Tour Master Caliber Pants ::

Tour Master Caliber Pants (SOLD OUT)

  • 600 Denier Carbolex┬« shell with 600 Denier Ballistic polyester knee panels for comfort, durability and abrasion resistance
  • Rainguard┬« waterproof/breathable barrier
  • Removable insulated liner with rib knit stretch inseam and knee area
  • Removable CE-approved knee armor with TM’s 3-position Knee Armor Alignment System
  • Removable soft hip armor
  • Padded hip and waist panels
  • External, 600 Denier Ballistic Polyester EVA padded hip and waist panels
  • Phoslite┬« reflective material panels and piping for increased nighttime visibility
  • Double-stitched construction throughout
  • Dual-elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts
  • Accordion-style expansion panels at the rear waist and above knees for increased flexibility
  • Stretch materials in the calf and inseam provide a performance fit
  • Two zippered hand pockets with waterproof lining
  • Waterproof side-entry leg zippers and zippered insulated liner allow for ease of dressing
  • 8” pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket sides included

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Sizing Information

The sizes offered by Tourmaster for these pants are accurate for wearing the pants over underwear or light clothing, but if you plan to wear them as overpants over heavier clothing, and if you are at the upper end of the waist size range listed below, you will need to go one size larger than indicated here:

Pant Size Waist Range Regular Inseam Short Tall
XS 28-30 30.5 - -
Small 30-32 31 - -
Medium 32-34 31.5 29.5 33.5
Large 34-36 32 30 34
XL 36-38 32.5 30.5 34.5
XXL 38-40 33 31 35
XXXL 40-42 33 31 35
XXXXL 42-44 33 - -

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Our Two Cents

Tour Master’s Caliber pants are a great looking, sporty overpant for any type of street riding. The pants have sort of an “adventure rider” look to them with the contrasting stitching and multiple raised padded areas. Take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see a good group of close-up pictures of this pant. The overall design is an “overpant” which means these pants have features that make it easy and convenient to wear them over your street clothes (although if you prefer to wear them just as they are they’ll work fine too). Down the outside of each leg there is a long side zipper. Sort of like chaps, this allows you to take these pants off without having to find a place to change clothes. With the zippers raised, you can step right out of them… even over boots. The shell is an abrasion resistant nylon material and beneath that is a waterproof/breathable liner to make them waterproof (although with the zippers, pockets and such I doubt they’d be completely waterproof). The breathability of the liner will help somewhat to keep them from feeling clammy (like plastic pants might). But even with a “breathable” liner, a pant like this will be hot to wear in hot weather, so consider this style for mild to cold weather. And the hearty commuter that goes out in very cold temperatures can take advantage of the removable quilted thermal liner. The armor in the pants is very good. You get CE armor in the knees and a foam pad in the hips. One neat feature is that the position of the knee armor can be adjusted up or down an inch or so in the pant to suit each rider’s leg length. Also with the short and tall inseam option, this pant should work for just about anybody. For connection to jackets, there is a short rear zipper that connects to Tour Master and Cortech textile jackets. But if you don’t have that brand of jacket, you can use the mating half of the zipper (included with the pants) and visit a tailor to install the zipper in the jacket you own.

Happy Customers Who Bought This Product

From: PETER C.
Location: Illinois

Ordered the XL Tour Master Caliber Pants and returned them for XXL fits well over my jeans, I like the quality of the zippers, and stitching. Fall riding season in Chicago is 45 degrees and lower, these pants kept me warm. Give your self and extra two minutes to hit the bathroom! (Read more...)

From: James L.
Location: Wisconsin

I wore the pants out yesterday in 55F degree weather. No liner, on top of jeans. They are very good at keeping the wind out. (Read more...)