MSR Xplorer Summit OTB Pant

MSR Xplorer Summit OTB Pant

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MSR Xplorer Summit OTB Pant

The new Summit OTB starts with the RIGHT features: sturdy fabric, big vents, well placed pockets, and a good basic fit and chassis. More importantly, there are no zip-off legs. The pants feel strong, and look nice in person. We like these pants.
  • Two Large 15" thigh vents with 2-way zippers
  • Back exhaust vents for optimum airflow.
  • Two zippered cargo pockets for small items.
  • 600 denier polyester main construction.
  • Ballistic-grade fabrics in high-wear areas.
  • Ratchet-belt closure and Velcro® brand hook-and-loop side adjusters.
  • Heat-resistant premium leather inner knees.
  • 3M Scotchlite accents increase visibility.
  • YKK zippers with glove-friendly pullers.
4 Stars
XPlorer Summit Pant
I am happy with my purchase. The size 34 pants fit quite well on my 185lb, 5'10" frame. When I am seated on the bike, they ride up my ankle slightly but that should not be an issue with proper boots. The venting is great and the pockets in front are nice. When listening to music with my phone in the pocket my headphones where just long enough that they didnt pull on my ear due to the lower pocket. I would have preferred a bit more lower leg cinch room as I wear hiking boots on some rides and there is not quite enough closer to accomodate that. I have also already burned the inner left leg on my KTM 690 as the leather on both legs only protects the knee area, and not the ankle/calf area where most exhausts are passing when feet are on the pegs. The colors look awesome especially when sitting on a KTM! Material feels quality and I have no craftsmanship issues. I chose this pant over the Klim dakar because I wanted something under 200 dollars with similar qualities. The only other think I could wish for would be a zip off leg for the times you get back to camp and desperately need to cool down with flip flops and beer!
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