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Christopher Blais
The mesh pants I would've designed

These are what I always wanted: a hot weather ITB pant with a knee panel that free-flows air while still being able to take impacts. When you're sitting on the bike, it's that knee area that gets most of the air - and now you'll get flow driving up your leg sitting or standing; plus the mesh seat should avoid most of the stickiness that a coated textile incurs. schoeller simply makes the best meshes out there, and while this new stretch version isn't quite as beefy as Dynatec / Keprotec mesh, it's more then sufficient for dual sport adventuring - and is just flexible enough to only be a bit boxy when worn (if you've tried the Klim Baja pants you'll know how stiff and boxy that mesh is, despite it being incredible). The stretch Cordura moves well, and allows for extra airflow while being more durable then most off-road pant's chassis.

While it's too cold right now to really test out the hot weather performance, I have no doubt it'll surpass the Mojave (which never did flow much air unless you were standing, especially on an adv bike with some wind blocking).

Fit wise: My actual waist measures out 32.5. I bought a 32, and there's more then enough space to get Forcefield armored leggings on and snug things down. Finally, the knee area is cut well for braces, and should work better then the Klim option.

Just fantastic pants.

Surveyor Pant

Color
Stargazer
Wild Curry
Dry Earth
Size
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Building from the foundation of the Woodsman Enduro Pant, the Surveyor Pant is our purpose-built trail riding pant made from durable stretch Cordura® ripstop for maximum mobility.

Highly durable, highly breathable micro-mesh panels at the knee and seat allow air to flow directly through to your legs getting the ventilation where you need it most. Two zippered cargo pockets stand by to stash your essentials. These pants hit hard and offer everything you need from a technical riding pant.

The Surveyor Trail Pant blends durable stretch materials with targeted breathability to allow freedom of movement and maximum comfort in a wide range of conditions. Articulated for an aggressive riding stance the pants feature an in-the-boot over armor, knee brace compatible fit to accommodate a wide variety of protection and reduce bulk in the back of the knee. Leather panels reinforce high contact zones to protect from heat and additional wear. Inside the boot, a low-profile elastic cuff and stretch mesh reduces bulk for a no-bunch fit.  A cinch waist closure provides a secure adjustable fit. When you put it all together, it becomes a streamlined, full-stretch technical trail pant for all conditions and unrestricted riding.

Weight (Size Large) = 0.7kg

Ethically Produced in Bangladesh

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Features
  • Durable Stretch Cordura® Fabrics
  • In-the-Boot Design
  • Perforated Vents
  • Micro Mesh Ventilated Knees and Seat
  • 2 Mesh lined Cargo Pockets with an internal phone/accessories sleeve inside the right-hand pocket
  • Over-armor Fit / Knee Brace Compatible
  • Adjustable Waist
  • Articulated Fit. Cut to go over armor
  • YKK Zippers
  • High-Performance C6 DWR (Durable Water Repellency)
  • Bluesign®-certified material
Materials
  • Main Body Fabric - 88% CORDURA®, 12% spandex, 195Dx195D, 304gsm *bluesign®-certified material
  • Schoeller® Dynatex Micro Mesh Knees & Seat - 80% Nylon, 15% Polyester, 5% Spandex, 400gsm
  • Pocket Mesh - Bluesign®-certified - 95% Nylon, 5% spandex 173g/sm
  • YKK Zippers
  • Pittard’s Sprint WR100X Genuine Full Grain Leather 1.2-1.4mm
  • C6 DWR (Durable Water Repellency)

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
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Christopher Blais
The mesh pants I would've designed

These are what I always wanted: a hot weather ITB pant with a knee panel that free-flows air while still being able to take impacts. When you're sitting on the bike, it's that knee area that gets most of the air - and now you'll get flow driving up your leg sitting or standing; plus the mesh seat should avoid most of the stickiness that a coated textile incurs. schoeller simply makes the best meshes out there, and while this new stretch version isn't quite as beefy as Dynatec / Keprotec mesh, it's more then sufficient for dual sport adventuring - and is just flexible enough to only be a bit boxy when worn (if you've tried the Klim Baja pants you'll know how stiff and boxy that mesh is, despite it being incredible). The stretch Cordura moves well, and allows for extra airflow while being more durable then most off-road pant's chassis.

While it's too cold right now to really test out the hot weather performance, I have no doubt it'll surpass the Mojave (which never did flow much air unless you were standing, especially on an adv bike with some wind blocking).

Fit wise: My actual waist measures out 32.5. I bought a 32, and there's more then enough space to get Forcefield armored leggings on and snug things down. Finally, the knee area is cut well for braces, and should work better then the Klim option.

Just fantastic pants.

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