In this review Chris tells us about a single-layer pant from Klim that is far more functional than, at first, it appears to be. When we originally saw the Outrider we thought it was a casual pant for wearing off the bike, and certainly it has that Carhartt, workwear pant look look about it. But it’s actually a pretty impressive motorcycling pant. Made from Cordura and Nylon, it is classified AA under the latest EN 17092, CE regulations. Bear in mind that there’s not a single textile pant on the market that achieves a higher level, however much you spend. You also get D30 protectors in the knees and hips. The knee armour can be removed via an external pocket, and can be adjusted up or down by a good three inches. The Outrider fits widish, as you would expect of an off-road oriented pant. Chris seems to like them more than he had expected to. Take a few moments to listen to what he has to say.
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