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these are the best water proof pants I have ever owned. I have had other pairs (gore-text nothface) that I spent hours sailing with that while they keep you dry you still feel wet. Not these though they both keep you dry and you dont feel wet or get too hot. I have spent hours in these during full on down pours hiking and sitting on the soaked grou... Read Morend and I never once felt wet anyone who says they aren't water proof is pretty full of it as far as i am aware. im buying a second pair because they are so great
A bit too short and snug at the cuff
I'd love the fit of these pants if they could come down long enough to fit over the top of my winter hightop riding shoes. The cuff is too snug and rides up over the top of the shoes. Give me another inch in length and some form adjustability at the cuff. I really like the non-elasticized waist. One of the few rain pants that doesn't end ... Read Moreup feeling like I'm wearing a diaper. The cuffs are the deal breaker though and I'll have to return them. There's no way I'll be able to keep the water out of the tops of my shoes.
Hello Tony, we truly appreciate your thoughtful review, We are sorry the pants did not work out, but the information will be very valuable for our other customers and product designers.
Poor, poor, poor design
Who ever is responsible for designing Patagonia mountain biking stuff needs to do A LOT more research. These pants are missing a lot of essential features: being able to fit a bib underneath, slimmer fit at the calves to keep the wet and wind out, elastic waist band, tougher material around high friction areas (especially at the bum, saddle to pant... Read Mores contact). The construction is top notch, but these are basically thinner ski pants. These pants are just as poorly designed as the 1st gen bibs. I was very excited to finally get a pair in my size but sadly I am thoroughly disappointed.
Pfiou, it fits great!
Got my pants today. I was concern about the size: I'm slighlty more than 6,1; 176lbs. I knew for sure that Large would be too large, so I went with Medium. Fits just fine! If I can get rid of just a little belly fat, it will be perfect! Thanks for the picture on the web site showing a 6'1" guy. The material is light and shuold be per... Read Morefect for riding.
Bit small, otherwise great
Bit small around the thighs and crotch area. I am on the upper range of medium for most clothes so this isn't too surprising. I'd exchange it for a large but below the knee they're already a bit baggy so worry that it'd be even more so. Guess like another review said I'll keep it refocus on target weight and eating fewer mu... Read Moreffins.
Great Riding Pants
The finish and tech on these pants are great. The long zippers on the lower legs are great. One negative is that they tend to slide down off my waist while pedaling. I have the waist cord cinched as tight as it will go but this does not solve the problem. I am size 32 waist, but wear 31 in some pants/shorts. Also, the cord knotted to the zipper on... Read More the left pocket disappeared on the second ride, the knot must have come loose.
Make cold weather biking enjoyable!
Really like that they are light and windproof. Have not worn in the rain but I stay dry from kicking up water when riding through the melting snow. Only complaint is durability if you fall. After wearing these 4 or 5 times I crashed my road bike. The whole right leg is torn up. Also the right side of the dirt roamer jacket I was wearing. Im hoping ... Read Moreboth can be repaired. They actually allowed me to slide and protect my skin from the pavement though!
Highly Focused Weather Solution
High quality & focus on cycling utility was apparent from the first wearing. The fit, taper, and pocket design is very much oriented toward cycling. Patagonia describes the fit as regular, but it may be closer to a slim fit especially at the waist line where the is no stretch. Keeping the medium with renewed commitment to target weight, and con... Read Moresidering a second pair a size up for use with base layers.
Amazing quality - runs small (for me at least)
Quality is top notch. Price is a little high. The sizing chart recommended a large. Being on the end of the large scale, 36 waist. They were too tight around the waist for me, so I had to return them. Im worried if I order an XL that both the waist and crotch area would be too loose. I guess that I need to loose some weight and then they would fit ... Read Moregreat:)
These pants have been quite the disappointment for the following reasons: 1. They are not waterproof, or snowprooof. You will get wet after an hour in the elements. 2. Pant material makes squeaking noise on bike seat. Think most annoying sound ever. 3. Wore two large holes in the butt after roughly 300 miles of use on the bike. 4. Pant cuffs are to... Read Moreo narrow to fit over larger fat biking boots. 5. Not very breathable. Would not recommend.
Hello there, we're sorry to hear that these pants did not keep you dry. They do have an H2No shell so it's strange that they didn't perform as intended. Please feel free to [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) them under warranty and receive a refund or merchandise credit. Your feedback has been passed along to the appropriate team.
These are the finest waterproof gear I have purchased. Living in a temperate rain forest, we ride year round with significant rainfall and weather variance, the Pisgah National Forest. These pants do exactly what they are made for, while being light and small enough to pack if needed. I wear them comfortably 50 degrees and less (Preferably less) wi... Read Moreth full size Poc Knee pads. I am 6'2 205, and I'd say the fit is perfect. I just logged in to purchase another pair for the closet in case they get discontinued, and sadly they are sold out. Great work on a mountain bike specific piece of gear.
Nice piece of kit
I bought these pants for rainy snowy biking in Ak. Totally worth it. Two hour ride tonight, fat bike ride started rain/snow mix. Changed to snow with gained elevation. Back to winter mix on decent. Made it home dry. Great fit. Just enough taper to not interfere with drivetrain while feeling comfortable to grab a brewery beer on the way home. Cheers... Read More.
Lightweight, great cut, weather resistant... but too fragile.
I got these to use as my winter pants for aggressive trail and "enduro-style" riding. I have been extremely pleased with the general fit, including the waistband design and adjustment system. The weatherproofing is also impressive; they have kept me dry in some brutal conditions, shedding mud and water easily (while remaining relatively b... Read Morereathable). The pocket design is nice, and I like that they double as vents. On the other hand, I am NOT psyched on the durability of these pants. I have ripped them in 3 places within the first few weeks of using them. Twice in the crotch after snagging them on my top-tube-mounted GPS, and once on the knee by way of a pokey stick -- neither incident was one in which I would expect a pair of hardcore MTB pants to fail. Fortunately, these are easy fixes, and I know come spring that Patagonia will fix them up to better than new for me. I would recommend these pants to my friends who ride closer to the XC end of the spectrum, but for my more gravity-oriented friends who will be rougher with their gear, I'll be recommending that they look for something a bit tougher.
Versatile Cool Weather MTB Pants
Cool temperatures have finally hit New England and I've always struggled to find the right pants to MTB ride in, at least until now. The Dirt Roamer Storm Pant is perfect in so many ways. The articulated knees and generous overall cut make the transition from short to pants quite comfortable. These pants also provide excellent protection from ... Read Morethe brisk autumn air and chilly puddles/stream crossings, yet breathable enough so that I'm not soggy from sweat after a few hours navigating hilly terrain and the local enduro course. The only thing I would change is to put a a more 'sticky' bit of material in the butt, as I find myself sliding around somewhat when on the saddle. Other than that, perfecto. Oh, and the M fit me well at 5'11", 168 lb, and 32" waist.
Fall/Winter/Spring Great MTB pants
I was apprehensive about these pants, but have no regrets since purchasing them. I've field tested them on my bike three times now, 43 degrees and windy, 38 degrees wet and windy and 50 degrees wet and windy. At 5'8" with a 36" waist, I was worried these pants would be too long and would interfere with pedaling performance, or t... Read Moreoo tight to prevent layering underneath. The fit is great. The pant legs are tapered with zippers long enough to allow the user to put them on/take them off without removing their shoes. The zippered vent pockets on the legs helped keep me comfortable on a day I debated shorts, tights or these amazing pants. There is no question for me anymore, when I'm riding in the Fall/Winter/Spring I will use the Dirt Roamer Storm MTB Pants.
Not for riding hard
I snagged these pants looking to get something a little more technical than some of my DH pants that I occasionally use on trail rides. Having had expectations of the sort of durability that DH pants typically have, I am somewhat disappointed in these pants. On my first ride, I made a bobble that caused me to end up riding on my top tube, where I k... Read Moreeep my GPS. I heard a rip, and looked down to find two holes in the crotch of my pants, under remarkably unremarkable circumstances. I was surprised by how light and fragile the fabric felt when I first opened them, but held out hope that theyd hold up; I was let down on that hope. Additionally, the knees of the pants do not provide enough space for robust knee pads. (I wear Seven IDP Sam Hill pro knee pads.) They are a little snug at the top of the pedal stroke, and do not stretch enough to allow a free and full range of motion. Out of the saddle, this restriction is less noticeable (if at all) but its annoying while pedaling. Also annoying while pedaling is the squeaking the pants make on my saddle. I have this issue with no other shorts or pants that I own (including Land Farer and Dirt Craft shorts). Its forgettable when youre in the zone, but when you can hear the sound or feel it, its a bit bothersome. Im giving them three stars because despite my annoyances and lack of trust in the knees, crotch, and butt, they have a lot of nice features. Pockets are awesome, waistband is comfy and nicely contoured with great adjustment, and the fit is spot-on for a full-coverage pant. Even though I was concerned about the inseam length being too long, they bunch up in an uninhibiting way. I just wish the knees, crotch, and butt were a different fabric! Less of a lightweight hardshell, and stretchier, more robust, and more durable. I would be happy to sacrifice and waterproofing in those places for breathability and durability.
Light and Contoured
I purchased these pants to replace a pair of Patagonia waterproof biking pants I purchased in 2002 for adventure racing in bad weather. These pants feel great to the hand and while on BUT mediums are too tight and the large is too loose. The waste band is smooth and flat BUT it has absolutely zero elastic stretch. I could have purchased a medium th... Read Moreat fits perfectly everywhere BUT in the waste. The waste was ever so slightly tight and would have been perfect if it had a small elastic patch in the band somewhere in the waste band. I was concerned that even though it fit ok standing and stretching at home it might be uncomfortable while climbing up the mountain on my bike. I wear as size 33 in the dirt roamer shorts. I am also surprise that the pant does not have the snaps to faster the pant to the inner dirt roamer short liner. The large allows me to tighten the waste band to achieve the perfect fit there BUT the rest of the pant is a little baggy and I am concerned that I might one day catch my crotch on the seat in technical terrain and rip it like I did with its predecessor. I went with the large and hope not to regret it. The pant construction and fabric are excellent. I have not yet tested the waterproof aspect of the pant but totally expect to this winter riding the soggy North Shore of Vancouver, BC. The lower leg construction seems tight enough to avoid snagging on the chain ring which was a problem in the old version. The old pant also wore our in the seat and crotch due to mud on the seat grinding into the fabric and wearing out the threads in the seams on long wet and muddy rides. I am hoping this new pant doesnt suffer the same fate but have also started using fenders to reduce the amount of mud that sprays up on the pant and the seat. I will happily post another review once I have a chance to truly test them during their intended use this winter in harsher conditions.
Perfect for the rainy muddy ride
I picked this up for the rainy and muddy rides I figured I'd be taking this winter. They arrived just in time. They were comfortable, didn't get in the way and kept me dry. And as an extra bonus at the end of the ride my friend and I were covered head to toe in mud, except for these pants.
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