Abrasion resistant ballistic panel reinforcements. Fixed polyester mesh lining for enhanced comfort. Detachable thermal liner ideal for colder days.Double and triple stitched seams for added strength. Removable waterproof and breathable SinAqua lining. Height adjustable CE certified knee protection.
Stretch panels for enhanced comfort and flexibility. Adjustable waistband for optimum fit. Advanced zip ventilation system for added air flow. Abundance of front and rear pockets. Large jacket to jeans connection zip.The RST Pro Series Adventure 3 Textile Jeans Silver has the following specification. Reviews for the RST Pro Series Adventure 3 Textile Jeans Silver. A robust well made product, got these to go with my ARMR Kiso jacket. Sizing was spot on, particularly like the large vents on the legs, only criticism is the tiny zips used, not easy to get a grip of. The removable waterproof liner works really well.
Sturdy and a bit bulky. I bought these for the Irish weather that often enough can be hot and sunny and suddenly 30 minutes later cold with heavy rain.
I love waterproof layer, the vents, and the level of protection. They are bulky for me as I'm a thin guy.
Other then that they work well. I'm 1'94m 90kg, XL fits OK.
Absolutely perfect trousers from design to colour. I've spent a similar amount on worse jeans.What I must stress, however, is that clothing being CE labelled doesn't mean that it is and so I wouldn't think that you're missing out on extra protection just because this garment is not CE labelled. In summary while this deal is available I'd take it. Before this I was riding in the RST Pro Series Paragon V Textile Jean so have a strong competitor for comparison. The jean has four pockets, all of which are on the front. The fact that the upper two are entered from the side make it much easier to get things in and out off when compared to the Paragon V.
Waterproofness, thus far, has not been an issue. The vent is not a direct air vent (meaning it has an entry point but not an exit to increase cooling down) and is the same fiddly design as the main vent on the RST Pro Series Adventure II and III jacket. I did think there was a vent zip on the back of the jean but that turned out to be a stretch panel type zip.
I much prefer the ease of a singular zip on the Paragon V for varied climates whereas this vent is more set before you ride and hope the weather doesn't change. This jean, however, is significantly easier to put on over the boots than the Paragon V. The waterproof layer seems to have been designed to stop at the top of the boot allowing the jean to slide down over the boot with ease whereas the Paragon V has tears internally because its been snagged on the rear of the boot while attempting to be put on. No hip armour is a pain in the rear given the price that you'd pay at full price.
I happen to have some anyhow but the last time I looked it was discontinued. Went out for a ride that lasted a few hours of about 7-9 degrees that felt more like 4-6 at speeds of between 30-40-50 and by midday I was starting to feel the cold and become distracted (applies to both these and the RST Pro Series Adventure II jacket). Putting the thermal layer in, however, solved the issue. In fairness my upper body suffers more than the lower but the cold, perhaps through wind speed, was noticeable on both upper and lower body. Multiple layering is a double edged sword.
Great for really warm or cold weather but a major pain when it comes to the variable day to day climate of commuting in UK weather. Hence some days I de-layer these, or re-layer, and some days I just chuck on the Paragon V for simplicity sake (and to save me ten minutes putting all the layers back in, or out). The Paragon V, in a heavy shower, seems to absorb the water (meaning that is need drying) whereas this jean seems to just allow the water to bounce of the external fabric and remain dry and for that feature along I'd predict it would last a lot longer in extreme weather than the Paragon V. The true test, however, is riding in heavy rain for a prolonged period at motorway speeds which is, sadly, something I haven't done so cannot provide a review on longevity. Overall I'd recommend them, while they're available, but would keep in mind the above points.
I've spent a similar amount on worse jeans in the past. Be silly not go for it. All images remain the property of SPORTSBIKESHOP LTD and may not be copied or used without prior written permission. SPORTSBIKESHOP LTD is registered in England No. The item "RST Motorbike Motorcycle Touring Pro Series Adventure 3 Textile Jeans Silver" is in sale since Tuesday, January 16, 2018.This item is in the category "Vehicle Parts & Accessories\Clothing, Helmets & Protection\Motorcycle Clothing\Trousers". The seller is "sportsbikeshop_ltd" and is located in Boston, Lincolnshire. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.