I’ve been using Mosko Moto’s luggage for the past year and decided to try out some of their rider clothing. These are the most comfortable riding pants I’ve ever used. My knee armor fits perfectly under the clothing. Great breathable material! I’m starting to look like a walking Mosko Moto billboard!
Recently purchased the Woodsman OTB and put them through 8 straight days of riding. 2 days of dirt biking out of Kamas Utah and straight to WYBDR. The materials used in these pants has a certain amount of stretch and not stench to them which equated to comfort and ease of movement and positive interactions with the folks you cross path with....you look and smell good even after 8 days. In the high wear points such as knees, saddle, upper thighs and inside of the leg the material is robust, doesnt snag, and seems durable as heck. Super stoked with this recent purchase. In the past i've worn Klim Dakar and Mojave pants and while those options are fantastic these pants are one level up in terms of comfort and function. One point to note....i typically wear a 33 jean and would order a 34 in Klim gear. I swam in 34 Mosko, had to make an exchange which went smoothhly and settled for a size 32 which fits great. So one size smaller for mosko works for me. 6' and 170#
there are plenty of good reviews from these pants, and they are true. Actually, I´m planning on a 3 month trip from Chiapas Mexico to Patagonia, and i decided to take 2 woodsman pants instead of 4 regular pants and 1 motorcycle pant. It's like an all purpose pant, which is also a bike pant. Now, I´d love to see a new iteration with 2 upgrades:
1.- zippers in the sleeves, so you can turn the pant into a short (ie. Shift Squadron pant... no comparison!)
2.- small/large hip and coxis pouches, so you can add your preferred protective pads, instead of wearing from the smelly, sweaty padded shorts.
Is the best way to describe the Woodsman pant is that's it's like wearing nothing at all? In all seriousness I hunted around for the "perfect" Dual Sport/ADV pant to replace a more ADV/Touring style pant I had been using for a long time. Read many reviews as well. I even went the dirt bike pant route for a little while but it didn't quite have the fit I was looing for. Finally landed on the Woodsman pant and I couldn't be happier. Even got a buddy to hop on board as well! Tossing your leg over a tall dirt bike with full under armor on is a breeze, the pant stretches in all the right areas. With the vents open it really breathes well. I never feel like I'm baking in the temps I have tested it in (95F). I've had a few tips and slow speed on dirt wipe outs, nothing serious and no damage to the pant. I can't imagine that this pant would hold up to a medium to high speed on road crash, but it's also not what it's design for. Materials are premium, pant is comfy, fit is true. Will buy again!
Picked these pants up just before riding the Idaho BDR, I was immediately impressed with the build quality.
Well thought out too, during the BDR we had temps up into the triple digits and these pants handed it well, the zips on the outside of the thigh flow a lot of air while you're seated while the zips on the cargo pockets keep the air flowing while standing. The elastic pockets inside the cargo pockets are really nice and prevent your phone from turning sideways, something that happens a lot with my ski pants.
Can't speak to the water resistance as I've only worn these in dry weather.
I'm 6'2 195 And the 34s fit true to size and have enough room for my Leatt dual axis knee guards.
Really impressed, if I had to I would 100% buy these pants again no hesitation.