Alpinestars Air-Flo Pants
- Multi-panel construction with durable heavy mesh
- Ballistic nylon reinforced knees
- Perforated foam padding
- Stretch fabric inserts
- Adjustable waist
- Convenient extra-long zipper closure from the outside ankle to the inside of the leg
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Use the chart below to choose a waist size. If you plan to wear these over your street clothes, choose a size about 2” larger than your actual measured waist size. These pants have a “sport” cut with tapered ankles, so the inseam is shorter than with jeans since the pants are only designed to go to the ankle. To compare the inseam of your jeans to the inseam listed here, subtract about 2” from your jean inseam. The pant legs could be worn either over boots or tucked in.
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Our Two Cents
A very impressively designed, and sturdily built version of the standard warm weather textile pant. You will immediately notice the different panels down the legs and the lay out of the zipper system. The leg zippers go all the way from the ankle up above your knee and then cross over the pant face. This makes it VERY easy to slip the pants over street clothes…great for commuters. It really is as simple as putting on a pair of shorts, even with jeans or slacks on. The stretch panels below the thighs help provide a comfortable feel when you’re in the riding position. Another feature you’ll appreciate while using these over street clothes—the vertical zippers on the side of the pants at the waist are set up so you can release them and reach in to the pockets of any pants or shorts you might be wearing underneath the Air-Flo pants.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
Hi very happy with service, several orders - just reordered Alpinestar A 10 mesh pants - winter fat, or more likely - Crashed at 60 on 4 lane divided rt 1, NJ - the Alpinestars did OK, reinforced knee melted a little, wore thru small area on hip... (Read more...)
The AlpineStars AirFlo is an okay set of mesh gear, but it's got a couple flaws that buyers should be aware of. The knee armor isn't real armor, it's just thin soft foam. The same goes for the back protector (but every jacket manufacturer does thi... (Read more...)