River Road Taos Waterproof Pants (2013) Review


If you’re looking for a great pair of heavy duty textile, waterproof, breathable, motorcycle pants then the River Road Taos Waterproof Pants (2013) are a fantastic option to keep you safe and dry in all types of weather conditions.



These waterproof motorcycle pants are equipped with removable CE armor in the knees, upgradable/removable EVA foam armor in the hips and strategically positioned reflective material on both the front & back of the pants, so you can rest assured that you’ll have the protection you’re looking for.




With a multitude of built in comfort features, including stretch panels at the back waist & knees for flexibility, adjustment tabs at the waist for a proper fit and zippered openings up to the knee, which make the River Road Taos Waterproof Pants easy to slip in & out of, you will ride in comfort all day. These textile motorcycle pants also have a front storm flap with a velcro closure to keep the rain out, nine pockets to stash all your stuff and a full length, insulated, removable liner to keep you warm, which makes them a great choice for almost any bike journey.




To make sure you keep warm, safe and dry from head to toe, grab the River Road Taos Waterproof Jacket, with a zipper built in that attaches the pants to the motorcycle jacket and you will be prepared to face whatever Mother Nature happens to bless you with that day.







Check out the full line of Taos motorcycle gear, including our River Road Taos Leather Gloves, the Women’s River Road Taos Waterproof Jacket and the Women’s River Road Waterproof Pants to find your perfect combination of protection and comfort with all-season versatility.




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