Winter is on its way. Yeah, it’s true. None of us want to hear it, but nature be what nature be. With the cold weather on its way <insert sad face here>, it behooves us all to prepare with the right gear, right away!
For the impending chill, the new Scorpion Seattle WP Pants have been designed as an all-new waterproof option featuring an Everheat liner. As a followup to the Monroe, these pants are constructed of 600D polyester and 1680D heavy-duty nylon, with adjustable Sas-Tec CE armor in the knees for robust protection. For ease of entry and convenience, a full-length, two-way waterproof zipper runs along both the shell and inner liners. Additional adjustments can be seen in the waist, while a stretch pull at the bottom of each pant cuff has been designed to cinch tightly to your boots for an optimal and weather-tight fit.
Scorpion Seattle WP Pants Review:
The equivalent pant option for female riders comes in the form of the Scorpion Medina Women's WP Pants. These take the place of the old Empire pants, and feature the same removable waterproof and thermal liners, as well as overall construction and protection, as the Seattle. It is always good to be warm and dry, especially when everything else is cold and wet. For female riders looking to obtain all of the heavy-duty functionality, yet retain the feminine cut of a women’s-specific piece of gear, these are the pants for you.
Scorpion Medina Women's WP Pants Review:
Enjoy the warm weather while you can. Be out there soaking it up to the max. However, when it becomes a little more gloomy -- and it will -- look to the Seattle and Medina pants as part of the Scorpion Fall 2014 Collection to keep you on the road.
Have fun out there, be safe, and as always...
Enjoy the ride,
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