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!
GREGORY in MA
The Fox Nomad pants are OK for a budget pant. I have had mine for over a year now and the zippers are holding up and I have not had any seams split. The inside coating is flaking off inside of the lower legs, though, so I will be shopping for new pants now. The worst things about these pants are 1) They are a very low rise waist, so they always feel like they are falling off, and 2) They are very long! I wear 36W - 30L pants and the Fox Nomad pants in size 36 seem to have at least a 35" leg length. This makes them very cumbersome to put on, and it looks like I have an accordion on top of my boots. The extra leg material is unsightly and a pain to deal with. Budget pants rarely give you the opportunity to specify inseam length, so I will be shopping for more upscale pants this time.Read All Reviews