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naXsaX no feet lift, no boot removal, zip up wet weather pants...

Discussion in 'Pants' started by robsalvv, May 20, 2015.

  1. I scored myself a pair of these very versatile wet weather pants from naXsaX. Had them for about a year now.


    These are wet weather pants that you can put on in under a minute without lifting your feet off the deck and without taking your boots off.

    It is a little cumbersome the first few times, so practice a half dozen times in the garage and you'll see that the speed of fitting them on goes up markedly. There's even a youtube clip to help you.

    Given its design, the pants do have a bit of bulk so they aren't suited to a sports bike tail bag, but anyone with a decent venture bag, top box or decent panniers and who values being able to go from exposed draggins to weather protected draggins in minimal time, will love this product.

    I don't know why the designers have done this, BUT, the top part doubles as a kidney belt so gives long distance touring support... well, maybe that's why they did it. It seems like an extraneous feature to be honest.

    I can confirm that they are pretty water tight but I have not worn them in a serious heavy down pour. I can also confirm that when they are properly fitted, the wind chill is all but removed.

    Since we are heading into the midst of winter, I thought I'd share. Naturally YMMV, but I'm a fan.
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  2. They are very clever and well thought out. The price is excellent as well.

    It sort of reminded my off James Bond when he got off of a jet ski I think it was and he pulled of his coveralls and he had his Dinner Suit and bow tie on underneath :)
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  3. Ninja pants! I want some :)
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  4. my wife just asked if they come in the sexy fireman colour, she likes the easy removal.:rolleyes:
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  5. I know what you mean newbieacrossnewbieacross, first thing I thought when I saw it was "male stripper pants".

    Might get some for the anniversary.
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  6. hahaha you lot! lol
  7. Serious question: just how tight do they roll up? I like to keep emergency wet pants in a large-ish pocket in the back of my winter jacket - would these fit, or should I stick with the more straightforward basic types?
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  8. #8 robsalvv, May 21, 2015
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    It wont fit. Sadly the draw back with these quality pants is that due to the Velcro stretchy bit at the top, they take up some room when folded for storage.
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  9. Hammer Time
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  10. Can you post a pic of how big (or small) they pack up to??
    Mayne the wide hook n loop section is redundant ... but would keep dribbles and cold air out maybe ...

    For those with ordinary pant style wets using a plastic bag over your boot makes pulling them on easier :)
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  11. Why not wear the main part of the pants folded up under the 'kidney belt'? Think this was a suggestion in a video clip I saw a while ago .... all ready for that downpour....
  12. My father in law has a set of these. Clever design!
  13. My partner , Heather, bought both of us a pair of these, and they arrived last Friday, but we haven't had a chance to try them out in the rain yet.
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