The FieldSheer Adventure Tour Jacket complements the jacket of the same name
perfectly. Unlike the jacket, though, these pants are going to perform better in
cooler weather, as they are not extensively vented the way the jacket is. They
are available in 3 colorways; all black, silver and black, and silver and blue.
They also cover a huge size range, with regular sizes small thru 4XL and short
sizes medium thru 4x. The fitment chart on our product listing offers waist and
inseam measurements, to help you establish proper fitment. Our model is 5’10’’
and 160 lbs and fits perfectly in the medium size pants. There is also a ladies
cut with the same features and available color ways in sizes extra small thru
extra large and plus sizes small to XL.
Let’s take a look at some of the features. Like the jacket, the first thing you
will notice is the material. The pants shell is made from a 500 denier nylon
that really feels more like a casual pant material then a riding pant material.
It’s softer and more flexible that you would expect in an all season garment.
The high wear and impact areas, like the knees and the seat, are reinforced with
a heavy duty 1680 denier ballistic nylon, and stretchy material is used for
increased mobility in the area below the fly and on the backs of the knees.
Adjustability is also a key element in a creating a highly functional pair of
riding pants. There are Velcro straps on each side of the waist that work with
these stretch panels to create a versatile fit that will move and flex with you
as you ride. I like the high level of adjustability at the cuffs as well. You
can cinch the cuff up snug enough to tuck the pants easily into your boots, or
loosen them when you want to wear them on the outside of your boots. Flexibility
is also improved by these stretch panels above the knees.
One of my favorite features of the Adventure Tour Pant is the storage. The pants
have a great amount of storage on the front with two waterproof zippered hand
warmer pockets, and an additional waterproof zippered pocket on the thigh. They
also have two waterproof zippered pockets on the rear, as well, which is an
uncommon feature on a riding pant. I like this feature not only for the extra
storage capabilities, but for the ability to put things like my wallet in a
Protection is also excellent with the Adventure Tour Pants. There is removable
CE approved armor in the knees and removable padding for each of your cheeks.
There is also fixed memory foam that is stitched into the shell on the hips and
above the knees. Visibility is also a big part of the safety equation so highly
visible Phoslite panels have been added to the shin area. The FieldSheer logo is
also reflective. To protect the small of your back and the top of your rear end
from the asphalt, they have added an eight inch zippered panel that allows you
to attach the pants to a jacket.
The Adventure Tours’ leg closures feature a full length two way zipper that of
course makes the pants easy to get on and off, but also makes getting your boots
on and off very easy. Opening the zipper up, exposes the removable, single stage
liner, that combines the waterproof and breathable characteristics of Nanomax
and Rain Guard on the outside, with the thermal retention of a quilted thermal
Exkin Air liner on the inside.