Cargo Pants

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  1. Jason Jurgens

    Jason Jurgens Ons gaan nou braai...

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    I bought a pair of these on ebay...they seem to be really good quality but unfortunately their sizing is off by about two sizes. I ordered a 46, which is my usual size, but I estimate its about a 42. The quality seems to be good. Summer pants. These are the grey ones. I have already ordered the bigger size.
    https://ebay.us/lHn0nG
    I wanted some pants for the summer heat here in Victoria...my usual pants are just too hot.
    If they don't take returns, I may post these in the classifieds.
     
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    barbagris Mad Scientist

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    Would be interested to see a better run down of the Kevlar covering.

    I prefer Cargo's to Jeans. I have my 100% PEKEV set which are brilliant, but as you say can be a bit on the warm side.

    btw - Discovered this on the mfr site


    Choosing your pants size:

    Since the Kevlar panels in take some spaceIts recommended to choose one size bigger then your current relaxed pants size.

    If you got some questions you are always welcome to contact us .
     
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  3. scot in exile

    scot in exile Living Legend

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    42 as in 42" waist :eek: I could get myself and a good looking another me in them, now warp could get four of himself in them
     
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    Steel Resident Coonass

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    I am looking for a good pair of cargo pants for riding. I was going to try a pair of Duluth cargo pants: Men's DuluthFlex Fire Hose Ultimate Cargo Work Pants

    These do have knee pads, but they are sold separately! They don't carry these at the local Duluth store, so I would have to order them. I hate ordering pants on the internet, because I like to try them on first. Anyone have these, and if so, how is the fit?
     
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    Ishrub Retired and loving it!

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    I see no sign of technical fibres. And I doubt those knee pads are designed for MC type impacts. I suppose you could wear armoured undies though. I wear cargo pants pretty much every day of the year. But for the bike I have these. Cruiser Cargo Trouser | Cruiser Cargo Trouser For Men - AFAIK still the only CE2 rated cargo pant.
     
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    FE_rex Bob Wills is still the King

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