REVIT Outback 3 Pants
- Polyester 600D
- Polyester ripstop
- Softshell 3L
- Detachable thermal liner
- SEEFLEX Level 2 CE
- SEESMART CE-level 1 type B hip protector insert – version RV33
- Laminated reflection
- Detachable hydratex|mesh G-liner
- 100% Polyester
- Tour fit
- Adjustment straps
- Adjustment tabs
- Stretch panel
- Short connection zipper
- Adjustable protector pockets
- Calf zippers
- Grip panel at seat
- YKK slide lock front closure
- 3D mesh protector pockets
- Slit pocket
- Stash pockets
More info: This document explains some of the features and materials listed above. (Not all REV’IT! products have all the features or materials listed. Use your back button after viewing.)
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Read on for more details.
We measured and tried on a selection of these pants and we developed a size chart to help you choose a size based upon your waist and inseam. The size chart below is partially ours and partially REV’IT’s chart. The largest waist size listed in the chart are with the waist adjusters full open. The waist size adjustment straps work pretty well to give you size adjustability… we estimate about 2” as the range indicates.
As you can see in the chart, the pants are available in regular, short and tall inseam sizes, so choose the inseam you normally wear in slacks or jeans. The pants also have adjustability of the armor height (independent of inseam length) which can be accessed by pulling each leg inside out (see our photo gallery for a pic of this). Velcro allows you to set the armor in different spots and you can check how the armor feels on your knee when you are sitting on the bike and decide which position seems best.
|Pant Size||Waist Range||Inseam Reg||Inseam Short||Inseam Tall|
Measurement tip: With a style like this that MAY be used as an overpant, you’ll want to measure your waist over the clothing you intend to wear under the pants. And measure yourself fairly high up the waist because protective style pants like this are cut to ride higher on your waist than a lot of modern jean styles (so relying just upon the size jeans you buy might result in motorcycle pants that are too small). Right below the navel is about the right height on the waist for measurement.
Our Two Cents
The new Outback 3 pants by REVIT are made to work well with the Outback 3 jacket. These pants will be great for the everyday street rider. The styling is straightforward and there is a great deal of built-in flexibility to handle your commuting weather conditions. These pants are available for both men and women. Take the link below to the other gender version.
Note: The functionally these pants are VERY similar to REVIT’s Offtrack product. The Offtrack has styling that is slightly more “adventure” where the Outback 3 is more “street”. There is some cut/paste text in the description below from the Offtrack Pant review to describe similar features.
Most street riders live where there are four seasons and this pant starts with a basic shell made of abrasion resistant materials and adds liners to handle varying weather conditions. This pant has a dual liner setup which is useful in mild or cooler temps and also for wet weather too. You choose whether to use the thermal liner, or the rainproof liner or both together depending upon the conditions you have at the moment. You can experiment in different temps and conditions and see how each works singularly or in tandem. With both liners in use, you can wear these pants down to some pretty cold temps.
In warmer weather, you’ll remove both liners and open the zip vents on the thighs to let some air flow through. With a setup where the waterproofing comes from a removable liner, the air passing through vents goes directly to your skin so it’s pretty effective. Keep in mind though that a relatively short thigh zip vent really won’t compare to a pant that has significant mesh panels in it, so I can’t say this pant will be comfortable when the temps really rise, but for all of the months except the hottest summer months, they’ll give you a lot of control and comfort.
CE 2 armor is supplied for the knees and level 1 armor is supplied in the hips, so there is nothing else to add to these pants. The waist zipper is set up to zip to any REVIT jackets either with a short rear zip or an all-around zipper. The all-around zipper is more secure and also it will keep water out better, but it takes a little longer to put together, so you also have the option to just use the short rear zip which is quicker.
The two large patch pockets on the thighs will give you a lot of storage and there is also one zip close front pocket up by the waistband on the right side (phone maybe?). Night time reflections are included on the sides of the legs. The leg ends have the usual zipper that rises from the end of the pant about 18”. You can use that zipper to help put the pants on. And then there is a Velcro tab you can use to fit the leg end around your style of boot. :: Paul, 03-15-19
REVIT says: The Outback 3 trousers are a versatile pair of pants to meet motorcyclists’ everyday riding needs. They offer protection, ventilation, and significant storage space. An abrasion-resistant outer shell with SEEFLEX™ CE-level 2 knee protection and SEESMART™ CE-level 1 hip protector are your armor on the road. During inclement weather, the detachable hydratex®|Mesh G-liner and a detachable thermal liner will keep you comfortable. When opened, the VCS zippers at the upper legs allow air in to cool you down. Pair it with the Outback 3 jacket for an ideal riding suit.