Is it time for new motocross pants? You’re going to love our selection at Rocky Mountain ATV/MC. We have hundreds of excellent options to accommodate any budget. We’ve got a fantastic inventory when it comes to mobility, comfort and style.
One of the great things about motocross pants is how they’re uniquely designed for the requirements of off-road racing. The knees are expansive and often reinforced, allowing you to slip in your knee guards for the extra level of protection you need. They’re designed to be loose enough that you can easily get on and off your bike in the heat of a moto, but they’re still tight enough that you don’t have to worry about them getting caught on anything while you ride.
Of course, if it were only about function, we wouldn’t have nearly 500 choices to pick from. Every option carries its own unique style; no two pairs of pants are quite alike in their looks. Whether you’re looking for a conservative two-color approach , a pair that matches the colors of your bike’s plastics, or a truly flashy appearance with a splash of hues, you’re sure to find a style that’s perfect for you.
With brands like Fox Racing, One Industries, O’Neal, MSR, Thor and many others, you can’t go wrong in the quality department. Every pair of motocross pants we carry is top notch, and you’ll be enjoying it for many rides to come. Pick up a pair today!
Brendan in AR
Tough material and good quality all around. Only negative is a very long inseam. Wore them ONE time. Took a slow speed spill and landed on my knee. So much for the brand new pants...hole right in the knee. Rocky Mountain talked with Fox about replacing these pants but was told no because it wasn't on a seam. Pretty big cop out from Fox. So, my message to you is: don't buy these pants or probably any Fox pants. Update. The rubber padding started coming apart. I emailed pics to Rocky Mountain and they finally were able to convince Fox to replace my pants. I have recieved my replacement pair and now hope these hold up better. Replacement pair have been flawless. The defective first pair seems to have been a fluke.Read All Reviews