Fieldsheer Slip On Pants
- 600D Carbolex® outer shell
- CE approved armor in knees
- Elastic stretch panel at waist
- Two cargo pockets
- Full side leg zip for easy wearing
Below is the sizing chart as provided by Fieldsheer:
|Inseam Inches||33||33 1/2||34||34 1/2||35||35||35|
We measured a selection of sizes in these pants and feel the above chart is accurate. They will work OK over light slacks or shorts, but if you plan to wear these over heavy jeans, you’ll need to get a size bigger than indicated. Or, if you commonly are between sizes, we’d recommend you choose the larger of the two sizes.
Our Two Cents
The Fieldsheer Slip On Pant is perfect for those who need a simple pant they can “slip on” for the morning commute. The material these pants are made of is not thick or cumbersome, but will provide better protection than a regular pair of jeans would. The full length leg zippers makes these pants very easy to pull on over your street clothes and boots. There are two cargo pockets for storage. The waist has some elasticity to it and belt loops are included also. There is CE approved armor for the knees which is held in a three way adjustable pocket. You can position the armor up and down about 3.5 inches. This allows you to get the armor into the exact right position. These pants do not include any type of liner so they will be limited to what you can layer underneath. In very warm weather they might get a little hot as well. Take a look at our custom pictures of these pants for a good idea of what you are getting.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
A very comfortable and versatile pair of overpants. I appreciate the roomy front pockets to easily access my wallet and cell phone while sitting on the bike. So far they have been just find for "chilly" to "warm" days worn over a pair of cotton sl... (Read more...)
I've been riding with these Fieldsheer pants for quite some time now, in all sorts of conditions. I've done 80 degree summer days to 28 degree winter mornings. Typically I use them over jeans. For short winter rides, jeans, boots, long socks and t... (Read more...)