Comment: I have tried these pants in 30 degree weather and I have very pleased. I ride a Harley FLHT and these pant are a very good product. In 30 degree I use the low setting so I'm waiting for lower temps to test the pants more. They are very easy to put on and off. I would recommend this product to anyone, for the price you can't beat it. I'm one happy rider.
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got these for the wife. we ride year round GL1800.Was Tellico Plains 11/2/13 , 61 degree pants on low on the skyway it rained and started hailing temp was 32.Bumped paints up to med. heat. wife is having hot spots. spots are on top front of thigh at inner ..
Comment: pants keep you nice and warm on those long winter rides.
Best Answer:Yes you can, but these are not designed to be worn as an outer layer. You'll need a pair of pants to wear over top of these that are at least capable of blocking the wind. I'd recommend outer pants that block the wind and have some insulation for best results. Blocking the wind is the most important part. I've ridden with these in temperatures in the 20's with a pair of insulated coveralls overtop and they were warm. Something that blocks out the wind down at your ankles would be even more effective.
Lisa, I did the first time I wore them and then I learned that wearing a pair of leggings, mine were fleece lined, was the better way and heated well. If it's especially cold, then I wore a bigger pair of pants over them. Nothing too tight cause it seems to hinder the heating elements in the pants. Hope this helps and keep riding!!!
I don't. I use light weight sheer tights then the heated pants so that there is something between me and the heating coils. I wear regular jeans about a size up over the heated pants and remain toasty....so toasty that I usually have to turn the heat control to it's lowest setting. I love these pants. They do a great job.
yes you do...they work well, just try to order them in the correct size, maybe a little larger ...I have both, the jacket and pants...make sure your alternator has the power to support the extra load, so you won't have electrical failure down the road...