When you hit the trail in your UTV, do you have dependable gear that can take a beating as much as your machine can? Nothing offers quite the durability designed for the unique requirements of trail riding as a good pair of UTV pants. When you drive a vehicle as strong and versatile as a UTV, it only makes sense to take along gear that is just as resilient.
Naturally, mobility and movement are an important part whenever it comes to picking out what you’re going to wear. These pants don’t sacrifice flexibility in order to offer you such great protection. They’ll allow you to comfortably drive your machine wherever you need to, but they’ll still make it easy to move about when you take a quick break on the trail.
Finally, you can’t forget about style. Any type of clothing carries a unique appearance – even if it is conservative – that serves as a complement to you throughout the day. The same is true for UTV pants, though you might have many more options in the style department than with most of your wardrobe. We have hundreds of choices in a variety of colors; there’s definitely something for everyone in this mix. Take a look to see for yourself, and pick out the option that best suits you.
CHRIS in CA
Do not buy these pants to ride a motorcycle or ATV. They will melt and burn your legs. I called RMATV and they said that they cannot warranty them and also said that Oneil includes a white paper with the package stating not meant to withstand direct heat. If the product description stated that info, I'd never bought these. I also called Oneil and the CSR I spoke with pretty much laughed at me and told me to kick rocks.Read All Reviews
Kyle in MN
From switching from fox years ago I only wear Fly, their products are very good and you cant beat the price. I like that the pants were a little larger in the knees for my EVS braces. They last a long time, and if the leather in the knee area gets dirt it comes out in the wash. Also stands up to multiple washing very well.Read All Reviews
RANDY in FL
These pants flow a lot of air. They have large enough room in the legs for braces. The leather on the inner legs seems to be larger than most pants. They are wearing very well. Sizing runs true and there is some adjustment in the waist with the velcro adjusters. Would buy these again.Read All Reviews
Doug in WA
Top quality pant. I had a what I believed was a predecessor to the current Klim Dakar and these pants are on par with quality and I think a better value at full retail 180. A couple of things, as noted on another review (where did it go?) there is a zip-out waterproof liner. You don't need to ride with this unless it is really cold, or raining. Appears to work as advertised, have only been in a light rain, but it does make for a warmer ride. Cuffs zip open wider, but are still connected, with two velcro tabs to protect the zipper from getting stressed. The two main pockets are great, very deep. I drop my wallet, cell phone and keys in there. Deep enough if you space and don't zip shut your stuff won't fall out. The two rear hip pockets are funky. More risk of losing things if not zipped. Good for lens cloth, sunglasses, etc. The waist/ belt system is excellent. These are true to size and you will be able to cinch down, don't order up a waist size. Only two, over the knee vents wish there was some more venting. Tabs and D-rings for hanging up etc. and leather inside knees. I do throw them in the washer and dryer on lowest setting (without water-proof liner) so far so good. The colors are a bit busy, but whatever, so many MX/Enduro pants are. I am looking to match this up with possibly the KTM Lite jacket the quality was so good. - Roost On.Read All Reviews