Descent riding gear, usally always used Thor but bought a set of FOX i'd say it 's descent my only real complaint is after a day of racing or practice it hard to get your feet out of the bottom of leg cuffs they are kind of tight especially harder when your sweaty. Other than that ok gear
Fox Racing 2011 180 Pants - Race [obs]
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i have had these for about a month now a few good spills and no torn stiches or signs of wear. seem to be pretty good pants. only thing i have to complain about is the size. im kinda stocky built. 5'8'' 190 lbs wear 32 inseam which they fit great there just to long for my short azz legs!
my first pair of fox pants... construction is good and style is very low key, the way i like it.
the fit is a little funky tho. waist wise it is true to size, but tight in the hips and long in the thighs. removing the VERY stiff hip pads helped there, but the long cut thighs meant that in the riding position my knees were covered by the thin stretch panel, rather than the knee cups.
i have access to an industrial sewing machine, so i did a quick little modification and "hinged" the inner and outer areas of the knee panels to the thigh panels. Now the knee cups ride higher and cover my knees like they should, and the stretch panel is smaller but still effective. fit is much better now.
you could do this modification by hand, but it would be some work... why bother? so only an average rating for these.
I bought my riding gear as a package great savings and quality
True to size, I can fit my larger knee pads under them no problem. Side panels tear off a little easy if you fall just right. Overall I like them.
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