Scorpion Deuce Pants
- Ballistic nylon mesh provides cool airflow and protection
- A removable wind and waterproof liner can be zipped in to add warmth when needed
- CE-approved articulated armor in the knees and hips combines protection and ease of movement
- Big zippered pockets keep cargo safely stored and wide legs can be worn outside of boots
Read on for more details.
These pants are sold in alpha sizes and seem to be consistent to Scorpion’s sizing chart below. This chart is accurate when wearing the pants over underwear. If you plan on wearing them as overpants we recommend selecting one size larger than the chart would indicate.
|Alpha Size||Waist||Inseam||Tall Inseam|
Our Two Cents
The Scorpion Deuce mesh overpants are a really good looking pair of pants that should work great for cool to warm weather riding. The pants have a good fit to them and don’t seem as bulky as many riding pants do. The material used in these pants is an abrasion-resistant mesh which will allow a great deal of air to pass through. There is also a water/windproof liner that can be installed for showers or cool mornings. Full-length zippers on the legs make them easy to get in and out of over clothing. The knees and hips are equipped with removable CE approved armor. And the knee pocket design allows you to position the armor in a higher or lower spot to better fit your leg length. The pants feature two large hand pockets as well as rear pockets for a good amount of storage. The waist of the pants also comes with some side adjustment, so if you buy the pants large enough to go over jeans you can use the side adjustments to tighten the waist when not wearing jeans underneath (the adjustment can only make the pants smaller than the chart above shows, but not bigger). Take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see some good close-up pictures of these pants and their features.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
The Scorpion pants were purchased for touring purposes, however I did use them on a track day for small displacement two strokes. I also let a friend borrow them along with the Icon vest. My friend had a low speed getoff on the chicane and got right up - he was fine and glad to be wearing the gear. (Read more...)
The Deuce pants seem to run a tad small. I'm a 34 waist on all my pants and had to order the XL for a good fit. The length is good, but could be a little longer if you are like me and have a 36" inseam. Overall the pants are good and I would re... (Read more...)