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|Size Chart for Men's Wind Trouser|
96% Recommend this product (46 of 48 responses)
lake effect weather , mi.
November 30, 2017
Very windproof - too warm for 50 degree weather!- should be GREAT for very cold weather!
November 28, 2017
quick service, good product, reasonably priced
Goods delivered about 5 days after I placed the order. Needed these for the end of the fall riding season here when temps get into the low thirties. So far, they have met all my expectations. Have found that I don't need anything on my legs but these to stay warm--whereas I used to look like the Michelin man with all the makeshift apparel I used to put on.
November 20, 2017
Looser fit than tights. Nice and warm, comfortable. I use them for recumbent biking and fitness walking. On a recumbent, the wind gets to the back of my legs a little, but not bad. They would be perfect for an upright bike.
ProsLooser than tights. Very comfortable and warm. Light.
Best UsesBicycling, walks
By Lee Palmer
November 20, 2017
no more cold legs
Warm, comfortable, well made.... what more can you ask for? I like them. When they came it was 38 degrees and windy so took them right out for a ride. Just my chamois and these nothing extra and boy did they work well, they were too much for that temp. I'm looking for below freezing weather now. I'm very pleased with the way they fit and moved.
By Peter M.
November 6, 2017
Warm and dry
I bought these pants as a replacement for a pair of competitors pants that had started falling apart three months after I purchased them. Time will tell if these last longer, but so far I‚€™m impressed with the construction and overall quality of Aerotech‚€™s pants. I‚€™ve had them for about a month and already used them on a few cold, rainy rides and they‚€™ve worked great keeping my legs warm and dry. It took some getting used to the drawstring as previous pants utilized a belt, but it wasn‚€™t a problem. If I noticed anything that could use improvement it‚€™s the zippers on the ankles . They tend to start unzipping by themselves (probably the pressure of the elastic in the ankle cuffs)and there‚€™s no way to lock them in place. So far they stay zipped down enough to not let wind or water where it shouldn‚€™t be, but over time and use it could pose an issue.
ProsStops wind and water. Good fit. Dry out quickly after use
ConsZippers on ankle cuffs can‚€™t be locked down. Drawstring took some getting used too.
Best UsesCold, damp rides.
September 24, 2017
Used the pants today...38F degrees/wind/rain
Perfect day to test these new pants out...rode them on my local medium hill climb...excellent..dry, comfortable, warm....excellent product, fit well...
By Marv Mortenosn
March 31, 2017
The fit is great. The pants are long enough so they keep my ankles covered when my knee bends. I have used them on some very cold days in Northern Minnesota and they keep the wind off and are warm. I couldn't have been more pleased.
January 30, 2017
Well Made Roomy Fit Very Tough Fabric
Since I have only had these pants for a few days, I cannot comment on their durability but so far I am impressed. PRO: The fit, as others have mentioned, is roomy. I have a 34 inch waist and bought the mediums. I still have room for street clothing underneath. They are comfortable on and off the bike. They are warmer than my winter riding tights. During the winter I often wear high top hiking boots instead of cycling shoes and the stretchable ankles allow the pants to be worn over the boot tops. I expect that this will help my feet will stay dry. I think that the fabric is very tough. The left pant leg survived an energetic dog bite with only light scuffing on the outside and no puncture of the material even though there was a "healthy" puncture in me! They appear to be well put together. Last year I bought a pair of AeroTech Touring Shorts and proceeded to put them through a 26 day tour followed by three months of daily use and they have held up extremely well. I think that there is a good chance these pants will be equally durable. CON: One or more Zippered pockets cargo would be nice I would prefer belt loops to the drawstring NOTE: So far, I have not ridden with them in the rain
By Edward Dunlap
January 30, 2017
Great pants for cycling in northern Michigan.
Great pants for cycling in northern Michigan. So far I have ridden when it was 10 degrees with only an Under Armour layer under and I was quite warm. Sizing is pretty close, maybe a little loser than need be, and plenty long for a short guy. And YES, I would recommend these - no hesitation.
Best UsesCold weather below freezing.
January 9, 2017
Aero Tech Aero Tech Men's Thermal Windproof Pants, Size L
Our grandson is at college in upstate NY. He rides long distances on trails in the area, and these pants will help to keep him warm, dry and extend his riding season. The waist in the L was slightly big (he's a 36" waist), but the drawstring took care of that without creating too much bulk. He's 6'5", and the inseam will be fine with calf-high socks. Overall, he's very happy with them.
ProsWarm, wind resistant, with leg zips for convenience.
ConsNone so far.
Best UsesCold, wet, windy conditions.
January 9, 2017
super warm and good length
6'4" and about 220lbs. Normally wear a 36/34 pant. Bought a large based on the sizing chart. These pants are fantastic. They are very, very warm, especially on the lower legs. I've used them down to about 25 degrees with snow/rain and lots of mud and I was very comfortable. The waistband could use a bit more elastic as it's pretty baggy and the strings are long but don't cinch very well - but this doesn't detract from the overall quality of the pants.
Prossuper warm and very comfortable
Conswaistband is loose
Best UsesCold weather cycling
January 2, 2017
I received these recently, and I've used them twice for cycling twice in cold weather. They keep my legs warm, and they're comfortable. I'm 6'4" with long legs. The pants came long enough, but the lower part of the legs rode up my chins when I pedaled. To remedy that, I added Velcro (sewed) to the bottom of each leg like stirrup pants are made. That worked perfectly, and the pants stay right at the top of my shoes when I peddle now. I highly recommend these pants.
ProsComfortable, wind resistant
Chester Springs, pa
December 10, 2016
If you ride year round buy these
True to size....rode last night in 25 degree temp. Wore long padded bike pants under....very comfy. Highly recommend ....well made.
ProsWell made Very comfortable to ride in
ConsBetter draw string...thicker tie
Best UsesWinter ride
September 7, 2016
warm but huge
Normally I don't write reviews however...I took these on a trip without trying them on, when I needed them I found out they were very big. The knee hit me mid calf, the ankles so baggy they could get caught in the chain ring. Had to wear them one morning and put a ring around the ankle. They are warm and stretchy and I like the design. Guess I have stubby legs. I would order one size smaller. Tried an exchange but no go, so off to the tailors to spend a lot to get them to fit. boo. hope they work out later.
Proswide range of temperature
Consfit (for me) was a serious issue
Best Usesvery cold weather with a wide range of temperatures
July 21, 2016
Really, it's excelent. I usually use it. It's winter in Uruguay. It's cold and windy. This pants are very useful. In the future I'll try to get a jacket maybe.
Best UsesFor bike ride in winter.
La Crosse, WI
February 2, 2016
Excellent in every way!
Sizing was true per conversation with rep. I am 6"1" 205. Ordered a LG they fit very comfortably with UA thermal gear not to tight not to loose. i certainly could put another layer as well but is has not been necessary. I have been riding this winter with them, in rain, snow and cold. They do a superb job in what they have been designed to do. I am extremely happy with my purchase. They are very comfortable, warm and seem to resist the wind quite well. even though the outer shell can get wet, It seems not to penetrate to UA wear. I have used them in temps as low as 14 degrees w/ a wind and I have no issues of being cold. I would recommend these to anyone for the purpose in which I am using them for. Great Product !!
Best UsesAny mobile outdoor activity - walks in winter - cross country skiing etc.
By Chris Clinton
January 21, 2016
Bring on the fat biking season
These are my new go-to pants for winter riding. I've worn them on rides that range from 28deg to -6 and have been very comfortable. They fit loose enough to wear over other apparel yet are not baggy. Their form-fitting shape does prevent the crotch from getting caught on the saddle and it stays out of the drivetrain, a place where other pants tend to snag. Plus, the wind front really works without being overly bulky like some mostly spandex based pieces. I also appreciate the space in the upper compartment that allows my "lunch muscle" to fit without the pant being floppy in that area.
ProsEasy to use zipper at each leg High waist that doesn't cut into my gut spacious gut room without being too baggy Lots of flex in the knee area so it doesn't pull when riding Warm without being too hot
ConsI'd prefer something other than a drawstring at the waist to keep the pant in place. When riding with a waterbottle or camelback, common for me on a cold winter offroad ride, the weight of the bottle and/or bag will push down on the pant. Not enough to cause saddle catching issues but enough for me to know. For the drawstring to be tight enough for this to not happen it feels very constricting. So, just don't ride with a bottle in your backpocket or deal with some looseness. I might try a set of suspenders to see if this helps.
Best UsesFat Biking (snow biking) Maybe winter road but I haven't attempted that yet with the ice we are experiencing in Madison
January 18, 2016
runs big and warm!
Fit real well over padded shorts. These kept me toasty in the low 40s with wind in the face. I like them and recommend to any big person that they don't have to be a 6x to fit!
Prosruns big, stops the wind and rain
Consruns a little to long!
Best UsesBike snow any out door use.
By Gary M
January 14, 2016
Buy these pants! They will keep you comfortable during the coldest winter cycling trip.
By Frank glasics
December 22, 2015
They are warm
But middle Atlantic weather this year is warmer than allows their use. But when it turns cold I am sure they will be wonderful
ProsFlexible knees, and Cleese lining. Seem to be wind proof
ConsCould be made as bibs which would make them five out of five pants
Best UsesI only ride bicycles so that will be their best use
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
November 16, 2015
Does the job!
Prior to purchasing these pants, I emailed Aerotech to see if they were sized to fit over my clothing. I was told that they were, but was advised to dress lightly as they are very warm. I commuted to work in 25 degree weather, wearing these pants over a pair of shorts and stayed very comfortable. I would definitely recommend buying these pants for your winter commute.
By Doug Chapman
May 1, 2015
And true to size. I called first being concerned to order a medium at 5'11" and 170lbs, but the fit is great, the legs generous enough for my relatively short inseam. Can't wait to try these against truly cold mornings. Think ski pants for a bike, but w/o having to resort to Craft's nordic ski pants at $30 more.
ProsSubstantial, stretchy, warm, quality construction
Best UsesWinter cycling, predawn dog walks
April 7, 2015
Used these on a 37 degree day with wind chill down to 25 degrees with nothing but a pair of bike shorts underneath. I was warm to the point that my legs were sweating by the time I got home - only did a 10 mile ride. The pants are great comfortable and give in all the right places. My only suggestion and it is not a complaint is that there should be some kind of pockets on the pants maybe j
April 7, 2015
Still toasty at 40mph and temps below 20
I wear these in temperatures from the high teens (Fahrenheit) to about 50F and they work well. Obviously you don't want to be riding hard and fast at the higher temps but these are good when you have hills to ride down and the wind gets chilly at 30-40mph. These are also very comfortable and breathable. I can just wear shorts under them when the temp is 30-40 and I stay warm an dry. I have yet to
By Bob the dog wal
fort worth tex
April 7, 2015
good enough for the dog
I bought these pants to walk the dog in...rain or shine morning and evening usually in the dark and its nice to cut the wind out. I wear them over a long john when its really cold and they work perfectly
April 7, 2015
Pants appear well-made although zipper is a bit difficult to close fully. I've only done a single ride in 25 degree sunny weather and felt comfortable (also had a thin tight under the pants). The somewhat stiff fabric does make a tiny noise when pedaling.
April 7, 2015
Fit well comfortable moved with me
Comforable waist was a little big could use a drawstring
February 24, 2015
Cold weather riding
February 24, 2015
Pants appear well-made, although zipper is a bit difficult to close fully. I've only done a single ride, in 25 degree sunny weather, and felt comfortable (also had a thin tight under the pants). The somewhat stiff fabric does make a tiny noise when pedaling.
February 24, 2015
I ride a motorcycle year round. I needed a wind proof garment for my legs. These work perfectly between my uniform and my chaps.