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Patagonia Women's Dirt Roamer Storm Mountain Bike Pants

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Patagonia Women's Dirt Roamer Storm Mountain Bike Pants

July 14, 2021

Loose fit

I bought these pants for farm work in a cool and wet climate. The fit is loose and baggy. I would prefer more fitted with some stretch.

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July 16, 2021

Hi Karin, sorry to hear about the disappointment with the fit on our Women's Dirt Roamer Storm Mountain Bike Pants. These run a little larger in the leg to accommodate for movement when mountain biking. We do have some great, breathable work wear. Try taking a look at our Women's All Seasons Hemp Canvas Double Knee Pants,

March 1, 2021

Best Cold Weather Bike Pant

Purchased these pants for cooler days, wet days, and fall riding and they did not disappoint. I've used them in wet Oregon downpours and crisp fall Colorado high alpine rides and winter desert rides. They are waterproof without feeling too stiff. The fabric is soft and moves well. I find the fit to be true to size. I'm 5'3" 115l... Read Morebs and my normal XS fit perfect with a chamois under. With a long base layer and chamois they are a little more snug, but didn't cause an issue because of the adjustable waist. I would recommend these pants to anyone who rides in either very wet conditions or cooler conditions. Bike season can last all year as long as you have these pants to help you dress appropriately.

December 29, 2020

Winter Fat Bike Gear

I have been looking for gear to wear for winter fat biking and mountain biking. Biking in 20 degree powder days, 33 degree slush, or rain - I wanted one pair of pants to ride in. These pants do the job! But if youre wearing layers underneath, and a pair of bike shorts for the chamois, they are a bit snug in the waist, especially when you are leanin... Read Moreg forward on the bike. I do like the way the waist is built higher in the back so it doesnt pull down when youre riding, but not so high waisted that you feel like youre wearing mom jeans. The leg opening is small enough to not get caught in the chain ring, and reinforced which is nice. Overall a good product for winter biking, provided you size up if you want to layer up in the cold.

November 6, 2020

Good performance but hard to get the fit right

Love the feel of the material and performance. Struggle with the fit. Im one of the few who used to fit in the old womens pants fits. The xs is way too right on the waist and the small is too big all around. But I kept both sizes as the pants perform well.

October 2, 2020

Length is an issue

Wow, these are great pants--I just wish I could wear them. The waist & hips do run small so I sized up from my usual medium. The legs are generously sized for freedom of movement. The fabric is *fabulous*-- very soft inside and not too "swishy" for waterproof pants. The issue for me, sadly, is that of length. I am 5'4" and ... Read Morea 32" inseam is just too long. The leg zips make the lower legs quite stiff, and all that extra fabric bunching and pooching around my lower legs would just drive me crazy if I tried to ride in them--so back they go. Pants with legs zips must be sized properly for height as there is no way to shorten them. Patagonia, please do not ignore the majority of women, who are NOT 5' 9" tall! If these are released in a 30" inseam I'll buy them in a heartbeat.

September 26, 2020

Fantastic fabric, cut for movement

I love the fabric used in these pants. It's soft, not stiff or "noisy" at all, it's actually buttery soft. I am 5'8" and 135 pounds, I am usually a small for Patagonia pants, but I need a medium for these. These are smaller in the waist and generously cut in the thighs. I have the opposite build--smaller legs and a thi... Read Morecker waist, so I needed a medium for the waist. The legs have a bit of extra fabric, as do the articulated knees. I wound up loving the fit and how they are cut for you to really move in them. The fabric is midweight-- heavier than an ultralight windproof, but lighter and more breathable than any sort of alpine pant, but I would use them to Nordic ski, or mountain bike, or walk or hike on a cool rainy day. They are extremely comfortable--rain or mud will never keep me home again.

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