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post #1 of 5 Old Jul 10th, 2008, 5:21 pm Thread Starter
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BMW Summer Pants 2?

I'm looking at a pair of BMW Summer Pants 2. Any comments good or bad on them? Also can you wear them in the high 80s and low 90s?

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post #2 of 5 Old Jul 10th, 2008, 9:50 pm
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Re: BMW Summer Pants 2?

Got 'em...Love 'em! They are hot like anything else in 90 degree heat.

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Re: BMW Summer Pants 2?

Wore them today on a ride in the foothills of the Sierras in 110 degrees and they work well.

Suggestion: Wear them with the BMW "Airflow boots" without socks, toss a pair of flip-flops in one of the bags and when you get to your destination you can bag the boots, zip off the lower legs and put on your flip-flops and be very comfortable checking out the sights.

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Re: BMW Summer Pants 2?

I finally had a chance to wear them yesterday here in Washington...

Very comfy and love the ability to zip off and wear as shorts!

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Wore them today on a ride in the foothills of the Sierras in 110 degrees and they work well.

Suggestion: Wear them with the BMW "Airflow boots" without socks, toss a pair of flip-flops in one of the bags and when you get to your destination you can bag the boots, zip off the lower legs and put on your flip-flops and be very comfortable checking out the sights.

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Ditto on that! I luv my summer pants, much cooler than jeans and feel like they belong wrapped around a motorcycle. The airflow boots are great! Haven't tried them in the rain yet...but when it's hot, who cares?


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