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Fuel Sergeant 2 pants in colonial white Product Information

This is the single-layer version of the Fuel Sergeant pant; the previous version of which was aramid lined.

In essence, the Sergeant 2 is a take on a classic enduro pant; the kind of pant that might have been worn by riders like Gaston Rahier, who famously twice won the Paris-Dakar in the eighties on a BMW R80 GS.

The pants fit close to the leg, and are quite slim. They are too narrow to go over an off-road boot, but the fabric is probably too thick to allow them to be worn inside such a boot, which is a shame because this is a pant that cries out for an off-road boot. In truth, the boot that is going to work best is probably a short adventure boot like the Klim Outlander, the Icon Stormhawk, or the Adventure Low from Forma.

In terms of styling, you get two jean pockets in the rear, two more at the front, and a pocket for change protected by a waterproof zip! Above the knees, and in the waist at the back, there’s concertina stretch banding for comfort. You also get some small panels of quilted padding above the knees. Now on the Sergeant pants this is purely decorative, but it mimics what passed for added protection back in the day. Down the outside of the leg there’s a panel of suede for abrasion resistance. You get the same down the inside of the legs, both for added purchase on the tank and to protect the rider from the heat of the exhaust.

But the Sergeants are more than just an exercise in styling. They are also extremely protective. The fabric is not particularly high tech. The Sergeants are made from a polyamide fibre mixed with Elastane and cotton, but that is good enough to earn them the highest AAA accreditation under EN17092. They also come with Level 2 armour. For the knees, the armour fits from above and on the outside. It’s adjustable, and works well, but we would be tempted to swap out the armour for more comfortable D3O Ghost armour, which can also be Level 2. We would probably leave the hip armour in place.

The Fuel Sergeant may look like an off-road pant, but with no venting the reality is that the pant is aimed at the road rider who rides something like a BMW Scrambler, a Ducati Scrambler or a Triumph Scrambler.

The only issue we have with the pant is that it comes in only one leg length. And that is not enough. There are four versions of the Sergeant 2. There are three colours: white, tan and black. The fourth version is black, but has a wax finish to the fabric.


  • Single-layer pant
  • Two rear pockets. Two front pockets
  • Concertina stretch in waist at rear and above knees
  • Accredited AAA under EN17092
  • Equipped with Level 2 armour in the knees and hips
  • Come in one leg length only
  • Four versions, including one with wax finish to fabric

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