Recycled Stretch Polyester, Hand Like Tough Cotton
DWR Finish for Water & Wind
Articulated Knees for Range of Motion
Reinforced Knee Panels & Cuffs
Heavy Duty External Belt Webbing and Hook Waist Adjustment
Snap Loops On Both Legs to Secure the Cuff When Rolled Up
Traditional 5 pocket with additional Zippered Leg Pocket
RideLight Reflective Accents & Cuffs
This pant is not padded, padded chamois shorts sold separately
Mid-Weight Polyester Double Woven Stretch Fabric
37% PET Recycled Polyester / 60% Polyester / 3% Spandex
M's Gold Rush Pant
Is there anything more fitting in the fall than technical riding work-wear? We think not, so we designed the perfect pant for the Ride and Everything After Built with rugged recycled post consumer poly yarns, the Gold Rush will cover you in all your outside and inside activities. We articulated the paneling for natural on the bike ease-of-movement, double paneled the knees for added abrasion resistance and developed a metal buckle belt system for waist adjustment. The fabric breathes, stretches and is durable enough to answer your biking needs while still looking perfectly at home off the ride. If your looking for a pant with as much personality as cask aged whiskey, the Gold Rush is for you.
We also want to shout out the surprisingly versatile Goldrush pant, a pair of action slacks that proved ideal for gravity riding and general wear.
The Gold Rush pants' fabric is heavier than what you'd typically find on a DH race pant, making them better suited for colder conditions, or maybe for a day of digging out on the trails.
Overall the Gold Rush Pant has a comfortable fit with a relaxed hip and thigh area and a straight leg. The pants could just be worn all day long if need be. They are tough, comfortable, and weather-resistant, all for a really good price. It’s tough at times to find such features in a gravity-specific pant for $100. With a warranty that extends for the life of the product covering any defects in material and craftsmanship, the Club Ride Gold Rush pant is a must for this fall season.
The Gold Rush pants have a relaxed fit with articulated knees that allow for great freedom of movement. They'll also look as good chopping wood as they do on the trail.
Like an "all season" radial tire, most "all around" garments sound great in theory but fall short in practice because so many compromises have to be made: meeting the obligations of one goal means limiting the obligations of other goals. I'm quite happy to share that these pants are the exception to that rule. "All around" - for me, anyway - means they are comfortable to wear, to work in, to ride in. The waist is ever so slightly tighter than my Levi 511 and 501 jeans in the same marked size. Not too tight, but it's a data point for those who like comparisons. The construction feel robust, and there are plenty of accessible pockets. The waist adjustment, should I lose twenty pounds, is excellent and would take me down comfortably and incrementally along the way. I like the cuff roll feature a lot: not every day is a technical ride; sometimes I just want to jump on a bike and roll down the road to wherever. I like that I can just cuff my pants and take off. On the other hand, these feel right at home on a trail too. I haven't yet worn them for cold weather riding, but I can easily imagine they'd work fine with long silks underneath. With some leg wear, I find bunching at the knee area distracts from the ride. The articulation of these pants, I think, will negate that.
Almost a perfect fit, just a tad snug but the work great. I'm 5' 11", 187 lbs, typically a 33"-34" waist depending on pant brand. Been riding with these from mid 40's and down into the mid 20's temps with just bib short underneath and so far so great.
I was skeptical, but these are great. A bit warm, and very functional. Work well with all Club Ride liners.
These pants are great! I've worn them multiple times and ridden with them once. They did a great job, it was a colder ride with a creek crossing that I had to do barefoot and the pants dried out pretty quickly. I got the Desert Sand Khaki and they were more Green than Khaki. That would be my only complaint on them.
These pants are super comfortable. I've worn them on a couple rides now and wear them to work everyday. They seem to be just a good all-around pant. My only complaint is that these pants are very loose even more so than I would have thought they'd be. Also I was expecting the espresso brown to be lighter than it was. They almost look black. I love these pants but if I were to buy them again I'd get them one size smaller and get them in the lighter brown