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Tour Master Flex Pants


  • 600 Denier Carbolex shell converts easily to an ArmorLink Mesh shell, and vice versa
  • Phoslite reflective piping helps to increase nighttime visibility
  • Heat resistant material panels line the lower inseams to help protect the pants from engine heat
  • Thigh length side zippers allow for ease of dressing
  • Double stitched construction throughout
  • Dual elastic panel waistband with adjustable waist belts and a 2snap main closure
  • Removable, CE approved knee armor with TourMaster's exclusive 3Position Knee Armor Alignment System as well as removable soft hip armor
  • Stretch materials in the calf, inseam and knees provide flexibility and a performance fit
  • Includes TourMaster's removable, 2Stage AquaTherm liner; the first stage is a waterproof/windproof liner and the insulated second stage can be easily attached for additional warmth
  • Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls, help to fine tune the fit
  • Features an 8" pant/jacket zipper attachment with the jacket side included
  • Can be combined with TourMaster Flex jacket
4.2 / 5.0
6 Reviews
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Bang for the Buck
5.0 / 5
Would Purchase Again
5.0 / 5
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Protection & Durability
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Would you recommend?
Yes (1)
Not waterproof w/o spray, but versatile
I've had these extremely versatile pants for over 2 years now. They're a true 4-season dualsport/adv garment. From FL summer heat and rains to Chicago winter snows, these pants can keep your lower body comfortable and protected from weather and road-rash, onroad or offroad. They fit well if you look at Tourmaster's chart before purchasing, and they have a bit of adjustment built in. They are NOT waterproof though, unless you regularly treat them with CampDry Heavy-Duty or similar. With treatment however, I rarely even need the rain liner to stay pretty dry. Only in heavy downpours is it required. I just zip on the outer panels, which is easy enough by myself. I rarely have to use the insulated liner in FL either. On trips, it comes in handy below 40F, but these seem pretty warm to me once sealed from wind, insulated liner or not. The mesh breathes great when you're moving, and only so-so when stopped...to be expected. On cool/warm-but-not-cold/hot days, I only partially zip the panels, so that I control the amount of venting. I swap the knee/shin pads for full guards when offroad, and these pants allow plenty of room for that. The Phoslite still reflects well after over 2 years too. I have yet to find another pair of pants as versatile, and I've been looking. I will buy another pair of Flex pants if they're still offered when these need replacement. As it is, I beat the tar out of these things from falling all over offroad, and these are still in one piece.

PROS: Abrasion Resistant, Breathable, Comfortable, Incredibly Versatile, Well Insulated, Stylish

CONS: Not Waterproof Wo Spray, Addremove Liners Hard

BEST USES: Long-distance Trips, Safety, Commuting, Street Riding, Off-Road, Bad Weather, Adv-touring
November 18, 2012
Excellent Pants
This is a very nice pant system. Considering the price almost perfect.

There are actually 4 different layers to this pant system. The innermost layer is the removable quilted liner and it is very warm. Using this layer I rode in freezing temperatures with a heated vest and my legs were fine- no cold air at all.

Next layer is the rain layer. I only used this once in a heavy downpour and it leaked in the crotch after about an hour. Not bad considering my tank bag concentrates water there.

Third layer is the mesh pants themselves. Wearing just this layer results in massive amounts of air on your legs. I rode in Death Valley in July (120deg) with these pants and survived. I could pour cold water right on my legs through the mesh. And this is the layer with the knee and hip armor. Knee armor is adjustable.

The last layer is two panels that zip on the mesh layer. These panels cover the mesh areas on the pants. These panels zip off easily while wearing the pants but putting them back on requires a close friend or you have to take the pants off. The panels are kinda confusing to put back on.

So the pants are really flexible and can go from extreme cold to extreme heat with rain thrown in.

Not perfect though....
If see rain ahead then you will have to stop and remove the pants to put the rain layer in. That means sudden downpours are trouble. I found it best to ditch the interior rain layer and carry lightweight rainpants that fit OVER the flex pants.

PROS: Very Flexible Usage

CONS: Rain layer troublesome

May 7, 2010
Good Value - Better than Venture Air Pants
I own 3 sets of Tourmaster pants:
Venture Air

The Venture pants are great for really wet/cold weather..not so good in the heat.
Venture Air, while versatile with the 2-stage Aquaterm liner and provide plenty of airflow as mesh pants, are too lightweight and the zippers are fragile. Had to have the fly repaired after 4 months usage.
The Flex pants are a good balance...heavier, sturdier than Venture Air, still has liners, MUCH better fly/side zippers....and all these pants zip together with my Intake Air and Caliber jackets.

The Flex are heavier than the Air pants, but provide good ventilation and protection...and I like the zip-off outer shell that exposes the leg mesh.
These are my new favorites!

PROS: Comfortable, Breathable, Weather Resistant, Well Insulated

BEST USES: Multi-season, Street Riding, Safety
July 28, 2015
Great Riding Pant
Got these pants with the matching jacket over a month ago. It gets warm in Tampa and I wanted something that would give me something safe to wear and still be cool enough for the heat of summer. These pants meet that requirement. I ride to work in shorts and a t-shirt underneath the jacket and pants. It will get a little sweaty sitting still in traffic but once you get moving things cool off rapidly and stay cool until you have to stop again. I bought pants that were probably at least 1 size too big (cycle gear did not have my exact size in stock), but, when riding the length is actually just about perfect, and the waist adjustment takes up the slack. You can move the armor around on the inside so that it syncs up with your knees. I could probably use them as overpants but have not tried yet. If you are caught in the rain and did not plan for it by putting in the rain liner, you might as well stay in the rain. It will take you too long to strip off the pants and put in the liner. Unlike the jacket, the rain liner is on the inside... Pockets in the front are easily accessible with gloves.

PROS: Comfortable, Great Fit

May 26, 2011
Bang for the Buck
5 / 5
Would Purchase Again
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Protection & Durability
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Would you recommend?
Great all around pants
Rode for 60 miles in 36 degree rainy weather wearing the Tourmaster Flex pants and Tourmaster Intake jacket which uses a similar layering system. Only thing cold or wet were my feet and hands.

The zippers take a little getting used to, and as an overpant with all three layers on I find it easier to take my boots off then try and unzip each layer and put on the pants while wearing my boots.
January 6, 2017
1 year ago
Would not recommend
Ok 3 in 1 design pant. Just would not recommend because of the cheap zippers. They bind and I tore one right off the pants removing vent cover.

PROS: Breathable, Well Insulated

CONS: Poor Zippers, Heavy

May 29, 2015
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