Get Going, Water Can't Stop You
Whether riding through the city or heading out on the trails, the POC Men's Motion Rain Pants are the natural choice for versatility and weather protection.
Constructed using a 3-layer waterproof Nylon with Ripstop, and featuring a fluorocarbon-free DWR treatment, the rain pants gives durability, comfort and freedom of movement for a variety of riding styles.
Functional features including long leg zippers stretching to the knee make it easy to get the trousers on over shoes. There's no need to worry that small valuables will fall from your pocket on a long ride, as zippers keep everything secure.
It's easy to find a secure fit for riding the trails or through the city thanks to the inclusion of easy to use Velcro adjusters on the waist.
- Waterproof - Lightweight 3-layer Nylon 66 combined with a fluorocarbon free DWR treatment ensures water stays out.
- Durable - A Ripstop construction enhances durability.
- Secure storage - Zipped hand pockets ensure belongings stay secure.
- Long leg zippers - Zippers from the ankle cuff to just below the knee make it easy to get the trousers on over shoes.
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POC Motion Rain Pants
Finally had a chance to put these to the test. I did a three hour ride in continuous light to medium rain where the high temp hit 37 f. I wore these over insulated bib tights and was comfortably warm and stayed absolutely dry. I did not have excessive perspiration buildup. They are easy to get on over shoes/shoe covers with the side zippers and zipper at the waist. I am 5ï¿½11 and 195 lbs. the XL fit great over tights. They are a bit baggy in the knee area which should allow for knee pads and had plenty of length.
Only drawback I could imagine is that they are heavier than say my Gore paclite but the more substantial material seems like it will wear better in my opinion. If your goal is super light and packable there are better options but if you want to stay dry you canï¿½t go wrong with these.
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