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Gold Rush Pant
Technical riding pants can make all the difference for getting out in cool weather, and the Gold Rush Pants from Club Ride are specifically designed to keep you warm and dry without interfering with your riding. If you work up a sweat, snap closures on the cuffs allow you to roll the cuff up securely and continue riding into the afternoon with added ventilation.
- Cool-weather riding pants keep you out long after others hang up their bikes
- Articulated knees and gusset enhance range of motion on and off the bike
- Reinforced knees and cuffs stand up to years of abuse on the trail
- Integrated waist adjustment offers a secure fit for multiple body types
- Item #CLB005D
- midweight polyester double-woven stretch fabric (37% recycled polyester, 60% polyester, 3% spandex)
- hook adjustment tabs, heavy duty external belt loops, button-zip fly
- traditional 5-pocket with additional zippered leg pocket
- RideLight accents and cuffs
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- mountain biking, commuting, casual
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
January 25, 2020
- Runs small
These are perfect for trail riding. Plenty of room for even bulky knee pads under them. They run a little small - size chart says I should be in a large but I needed an XL to fit my measurements with an athletic build. Would be 5 stars except there's maybe a little extra material down by the ankle that could have been avoided by tapering them down and that they aren't true to the size chart. Still - an awesome item and seem super durable. Recently rode a very muddy cold night ride in them and they were top performers.
December 7, 2019
This is a great product for cold wet weather. It fits well, is very comfortable, and is well thought out. The belt attaches to little loops outboard of center, preventing discomfort from something stiff in the midsection when crouching for descents. The appearance is very casual and doesn't call attention to itself when off the bike. The one thing that could be improved is that the cuff is large enough to snag on the drive side. I have a chain guide which prevents it from getting into the sprocket but I can feel it briefly catch occasionally. I suspect someone without the guide would get it in the chain. A smaller cuff or better yet, a simple snap that allows it to be pinned back would take care of the problem.
October 30, 2019
Where's the inseam measurement on these? And will pads fit under them? Seems like basic info to include here...