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Pack heat when it looks like rain.

When the forecast is calling for rain with a chance of not as much rain, pull on the Craft Bullet Rain Pant. The Bullet features Craft’s VentAir, which is a three-layer, highly water-resistant, highly breathable fabric designed to protect you from the weather while providing plenty of breathability for maximum comfort. The Bullet utilizes a mesh vent just below the beltline to help you blow off heat in critical areas.

  • Hook-and-loop fasteners around the ankle let you tighten the pant to keep it out of your drivetrain
  • Articulated knees and a reinforced seat make the Bullet bike-ready
  • Ankle zippers for easy on and off
  • Drawcord waist provides easy adjustability


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3 5

Good alone but not so good over other pants

I've had these pants for a couple weeks now. There are large enough to go over regular pants without being too baggy. However, I've found that even with the ankle zippers and velcro open all the way it is hard to get them off over my size 11s. Also, they are really warm. I've been wearing just these pants for my commute and changing once I get to work but wish the worked slightly better as an over street pants option.

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Can I roll up these pants to fit in the...

Can I roll up these pants to fit in the pocket of my cycling shirt?

Can I roll up these pants to fit in the...

Can I roll up these pants to fit in the pocket of my cycling shirt?

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You're probably gonna need a really big pocket, these pants are pretty thick! But, I suppose you could make it work, possibly.....

Unanswered Question

Can I roll up these pants to fit in the...

Can I roll up these pants to fit in the pocket of my cycling shirt?