Fieldsheer Adventure Tour Pants :: MotorcycleGear.com

Fieldsheer Adventure Tour Pants

  • Highly abrasion resistant 500 denier Maxtena-Pro outer shell with 1680 denier in the seat
  • Removable CE approved knee armor with 3-step adjustable armor pockets
  • SP Memory Foam panels at hips
  • Removable waterproof and breathable liner with Nanomax and Rainguard barrier technology and Exkin Air waterproof insulation
  • Full-length leg zipper with lower Velcro closure
  • Anatomically fitted for the riding position
  • Reflective Phoslite piping for increased nighttime visibility
  • Velcro and elasticized waist band for maximum comfort
  • Stretch panels above the knees, crotch, and thighs
  • Waterproof front and rear zippered pockets
  • 8” waist zipper and universal snap belt connector to attach to jacket

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MSRP:
$329.99
,  Our Price:
$145.00

Sizing Information

We measured a selection of sizes in these pants and compared them to the size chart provided by Fieldsheer and found them to be very accurate. I’d recommend you choose a pair based upon your waist measurement. Be sure and measure OVER the clothes you plan to wear under these overpants, and also take the measurement just under the navel, which will most likely be just about the waist belt on normal cut jeans.

The waist design in these pants provides a good deal of adjustability both larger and smaller. There is a combination of Velcro adjustment tabs on each side of the hips and there is stretch material under that.

Fieldsheer’s Size Chart:

Pant Size Waist Size Reg Inseam Short Inseam
Small 32 31 29
Medium 34 31.5 29.5
Large 36 32 30.5
XL 38 32.5 31
XXL 40 33 31
XXXL 42 33 31
XXXXL 44 33 31

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Our Two Cents

This is a special, limited time sale. The Fieldsheer products in our closeout department right now were all part of a new line of gear introduced in 2014. We really like the products (as you can see from my original review below). But about a year ago, these products were discontinued and sold by the Fieldsheer distributor for mass liquidation through limited channels (which didn’t include us). But through unlikely circumstances, some of the inventory has become available again and we are offering it at VERY GOOD prices. When this inventory is sold through, there won’t be any more, so make a choice while you can! :: Paul, 1-30-17

About these pants: The new Fieldsheer Adventure Tour pants for 2014 are made to work with the Adventure tour jacket. The materials and construction are much the same as with the jacket. But really, you could use these pants with any of the jackets in the Fieldsheer line (or any jacket for that matter). The overall design is that of an overpant, which is designed to be worn over your street clothes, but the pants are not overly-baggy as some overpants are, and they do have a good selection of pockets both front and rear, so you could just wear them over underwear as well. As an overpant though, you’ll find a long side zipper on the outside of each leg which enables you to step into the pants, even with boots on, so they will be convenient for commuting and touring. You won’t have to find a dressing room when you get off the bike! As mentioned above, there is a good number of pockets… two in front, two in back and one cargo pocket on the thigh. All are equipped with water-resistant zippers too. Also, the long side zippers are “two way” meaning they zip up from the bottom as you would expect, but they also zip down from the top, which will enable you to reach into the pockets of your street clothes easily (unless you are using the rain/thermal liner). And speaking of the liner, these pants have a combination rainproof and thermal liner which you can use (or not) depending upon the weather. The thermal insulation is plush and should do a very good job with heat retention. The liner has long side zippers just like the shell so the “step in/out” feature works just as well with or without the liner installed. I wore these pants for our photo shoot and really liked the way they fit. Even with the liner in, they weren’t too bulky and had a nice look to them. They are comfortable too. We were also impressed with the night reflectivity of the pants. Take the “View Larger Images” link above and see all the features and the night shots of the reflectives. It is easy to get a good comfortable fit in the pants because of the stretch waist design along with the Velcro adjustable tabs on each side. The knees have CE armor and that is adjustable for height as well (which has become sort of a “standard feature” on pants with armor in recent years). I think you’ll really like this new design and the styling is sharp also. It is just a personal thing, but I’d opt for the darker pants since the light grey will get soiled more easily. I’m a fan of hi-viz jackets, but in my mind it has less importance for pants and pants tend to pick up more grime from the road than do jackets… just MHO. :: Paul, 12-2-13

Update: Our friends at WebBikeWorld did a great review on these pants. The content focused on their experience with a men’s sample, but the review info is applicable to the women’s version as well. They had VERY nice things to say about this style! :: Paul, 10-27-14

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