DWR Finish for Water & Wind
BYOB Belt Loops (Bring Your Own Belt)
Articulated Knees For Improved Range of Motion
Zippered Pockets Double For Optional Vents
5 Pockets, 2 Front, 2 Zippered Leg, 1 Zippered Rear Pocket
RideLight Reflective Accents
S & M - 31 3/4" Inseam
L, XL, XXL - 32 1/4" Inseam
This pant is not padded, padded chamois shorts sold separately
Mid-Weight Polyester Double Woven Stretch Fabric
- Fabric Content
90% Polyester / 10% Spandex
- Fabric Weight
M's Fat Jack Pant
Technical and robust, our Fat Jack pant was designed for the epic fat-bike ride on miles of winter single track. Don’t have snow? Don’t fret, the Fat Jack performs in dirt and on pavement just as well. Our stretch, water resistant double weave fabric with durable canvas leg patches deliver the workman’s pant in a technical package. Reflective accents add night time security. The side leg pockets store all of your goodies securely behind a reflective bound zipper or open them up for full upper leg ventilation.
Bottom line, the Fat Jack did exactly what I was hoping it would: provide a warm, tough, water resistant external layer for fat biking expeditions. But as a bonus, with the level of insulation that this pant provides, I could easily see using it in both spring and fall weather as well, simply by dropping the thermal liner that I used beneath it for winter fat biking.
These are the most comfortable riding pants but on top of that, they are even better for daily wear. They are extremely comfortable and very durable as well. I loved these pants so much that I ordered them in all colors.
I bought these pants for winter Fat Biking about 7 years ago. They are so comfortable and then became my everyday Pant for spring and fall riding. I bought another for Trailbuilding and used them everyday for 5 seasons. Finally they need to be repaired. 2 thumbs way up for a great product!
I needed a new pair of pants for fat biking. These pants kept me warm (paired with winter running tights as a base layer) on a chilly 10 F morning ride.
One complaint I have is the packets! Why not have zip pockets in the hips for phone/key accessibility? That way the vent pockets can be utilized.
I also wish there was a built in belt!
The pants kept me warm by keeping wind off my legs and dry from blowing snow. I see them lasting several years, and that’s why the get five stars from me.
I really like these pants. I haven't had very cold temps to try them in, but in mid 30's-low 40's these feel great. I like the zippered leg pockets a lot. The length is a bit long for me, but I roll up the cuff and they stay rolled up during my ride and stay out of the chainring. Very comfortable.