AGV Sport Willow Pants ::

AGV Sport Willow Pants Perforated (Sold Out)

  • 1.2mm( non-impact) to 1.4mm (impact areas) premium leather construction for optimum protection, durability and comfort
  • Teramid Kevlar fabric is used in the crotch
  • Permanent mesh lining
  • Multiple stitched seam construction for maximum tear resistance
  • World famous YKK zippers
  • CE approved knee and shin protectors
  • Extra padding is also provided via padded panels in the hip and tailbone areas
  • Vented and non-vented (solid) versions are available
  • Pre-curved legs for a perfect look, fit and for maximum riding comfort
  • Extra long zipper pulls are used on all zippers
  • Two front hand warmer pockets
  • Pleated leather panels are used above the knees, down both legs and above the buttocks area for the finest non-binding fit possible
  • Waist connection zippers for pant attachment, short and 360 degree
  • Replaceable knee pucks
  • Velcro strap at the waist

Please Note: We cannot ship AGV Sports products to Canada, Italy or Russia (per manufacturer’s restrictions).

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Sizing Information

We measured a selection of these pants and found them to run fairly true to size – perhaps just slightly snug in the larger sizes. If you are between sizes and are 36 or above, I’d choose the larger of the two. Under 36 seems to be right on. These pants are designed to go just down to the ankle bone with boots over the lower legs, which is why the inseams listed are on the short side.

Size Inseam Hip
30 30 34.5-36
32 30 36-37
34 30.5 38-39
36 30.5 39-40
38 31 41-42
40 31 43-44

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Our Two Cents

The Willow leather pants from AGV sport are a great value in a track-able leather pant. These pants have all the features you would expect in a race pant. Knee sliders are included, there is foam padding for the hips and tailbone, and of course CE approved armor for the knees. For comfort the crotch has some extra Teramid Kevlar material for additional room (where it’s needed), and the back of the legs below the knees are a nice stretch material as well. Above the knees and at the lower back there are accordion style stretch panels which help with flexibility in the riding position. There are also stretch panels that run down the side of the legs (skipping the knee area), which is a very nice way to make these pants comfortable for all day use. The perforated version has perforated panels in the upper thighs and behind the calves to help keep things cool. There are lower leg zippers which help make things easier when you are getting the pants on and off, and a waist adjustment belt allows you to tighten the pants up by an inch or so. There are both short and long zippers for connection to your favorite AGV Sport jacket, which would make up a great two piece suit. We have taken several pictures of the Willow pants here in our studio, so be sure to click the “View Larger Images” link above to check those out!

Note about zipper compatibility: The full zipper on the Willow pants is only compatible with some of the AGV jackets and it seems to be a problem with the newest jackets to the market for example the Photon is not compatible. We haven’t made a research project out of it to get a complete list together, so if you are planning the purchase of a particular jacket with these pants, we’ll be glad to pull some stock and try it. Just shoot us an email at and we’ll check it out for you.

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

From: Michael S.
Location: Illinois

I bought the AGV Photon and Willow pants and like them both. Of course Motorcycle Gear did a great job with descriptions and sizing recommendations as usual. This should be mentioned in the product details. (Read more...)

From: Colin L.
Location: California

The Willow pants are fantastic and I kick myself in the butt for not having gotten proper riding leather pants sooner. They are comfortable, provide good ventilation in 80 degree weather (I did get the perforated version) and combined with the Monza jacket, feels fantastic as a two piece riding suit. I had some small issue with the right shin but it turned out to be the velcro fastener holding the padding in place was slightly off center, causing it to cut into my shin. (Read more...)