Tour Master Mens Motorcycle Pants

Quest Black Armored Carbolex

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Tourmaster Quest Mens Motorcycle PantsAlthough I wouldn't recommend it, lots of folks like to ride without shirts, but nobody wants to ride without pants -- and no one wants to see that anyway. Now that we've established a baseline for PPE, let's take the next step to the Tour Master Quest motorcycle pants.

These Quest pants are constructed of 600 denier Carbolex with ballistic polyester knee panels. In simpler terms, this means they are strong, durable, abrasion-resistant, and comfy. A breathable, waterproof layer with double stitching will keep you on the road in all kinds of weather, and the ballistic polyester seat panel minimizes slipping and keeps you on your bike. Literally.

Tour Master has included CE-approved knee armor and soft, removable hip armor. So you can feel a bit fancy, the Quest pants are lined with taffeta material. Don't worry about maintaining your tough exterior; these black biker pants are made tough for the road and soft for the rider. No one will know you're not suffering for the sake of the ride.

Zippered, gusseted cuffs make these easy to slip on and off. The Quest pants will be as convenient as your favorite pair of jeans with their five pockets and adjustable waist. At around $70, you can get the Quest pants in extra-small or quadruple-extra-large, and everything between.

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