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Oxford Mondial Pants (XL Or LT Only)

Beat The Cold

  • WarmDry™ thermal Tech
  • Removable Thermal Insulation

Manage The Heat

  • Dry2Dry™ Breathable Membrane
  • Zip Open Ventilation
  • Mesh Ventilation
  • Direct Ventilation

Control The Wet

  • Dry2Dry™ Waterproof Tech
  • Water-resistant zips

Trust The Protection

  • CE Protectors
  • Reflective Printing
  • Back Protector Pocket
  • Nylon Outer Shell
  • Nylon Bonded Coats Thread
  • Hidden Structure Stitching
  • Reinforced Structure
  • Bar-Tack Stitching
  • YKK Zips
  • 360° & Short Connecting Zips

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Sizing Information

We measured a selection of these pants and found the basic waist and inseam measurements offered by Oxford’s sizing chart to be accurate. Please refer to the “natural waist” listing in the chart called Men’s Measurement guide.

Chose a pant size using Oxford’s chart that will be big enough for your waist and which approximates the inseam. Keep in mind that most jeans are “vanity” sized, meaning they measure out 1” or 2” larger than the stated sized. If you only know your jean’s size and don’t know your actual waist size, then I’d suggest you measure using our guide below. These pants aren’t cut particularly high so they’ll ride just below your belly button like regular jeans. These pants include an adjustable webbed belt which fits on the pants like a regular belt. You’ll be able to snug the pants down to get a comfortable fit.

When in doubt on the inseam, I’d suggest the longer since pants tend to ride up on your legs in the riding position. The knee armor in these pants is highly adjustable with Velcro so you’ll be able to put it into a position that hits your knee properly.

The leg ends are quite large much like other “adventure” riding pants so they will accommodate larger boot tops. They snug down some.. maybe a couple inches. If you only wear riding shoes, they won’t snug up a great deal, so you might not like the fit. Boots are recommended with this style.

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Our Two Cents

Oxford Mondial pants are a nice textile pant with a permanent waterproof liner for use in wet weather. The pants include armor and a removable thermal liner.

A few days ago, I did a review on the Oxford Continental pant, which BTW, I think are a terrific pant. This Mondial pant is almost identical to the Continental except that rather than having a separate and removable waterproof liner, the Mondial is made with fabric that has a bonded waterproof layer integrated into the fabric. A bonded material like this makes for a less bulky pant, but generally bonded fabric jackets and pants are a bit more expensive than comparable garments with a removable or non-bonded waterproof layer.

For cold weather use, you can use the included thermal layer, but in summer you can pull out the thermal layer and use the large front vents on the thigh to move some cooling air through the pants. The vent design seems very functional and will work better than a simple zip vent.

Suspenders as standard! A heavy pant like this won’t stay up on your waist easily unless you really snug down the waist. And who wants to be squeezed by a belt all day, right? A nice set of removable suspenders is provided as standard. The shoulder straps are highly adjustable and stretch so they’ll be comfortable. And the suspenders in the back have a tall fabric extension to overlap with the jacket too keep drafts and water out of/off of your backside. There is a short rear zip connector to zip to Oxford jacket behind the suspender so you can use the suspender even with the jacket connection zipper; two handy hand warmer pockets are located up top like jeans.

Personally, I’d opt for the Continental pants over the Mondial because I rarely ride in wet weather. But for those that ride in wet weather frequently, the Mondial pants might be better since the waterproof layer is always there. I think the Continentals might be a bit more comfortable in summer because the bonded/waterproof fabric in the Mondial is bound to be a bit less breathable than the standard textile fabric used in the Continental. So, I’d advise customers to choose between the two based upon the climate in which they live… those in dry/warmer areas would like the Continentals best and those who are in cooler/wetter areas will like the Mondial. Both are nice pants for the money and a very good value. :: Paul, 08-28-19

Oxford says: The Mondial pant is designed to provide unrestricted movement in extreme riding conditions, using technical laminated fabrics to minimize weight whilst maximizing protection against the elements.

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