Fly Racing Evolution Pants - Green/Black

Fly Racing Evolution Pants - Green/Black

Brand: Fly Racing

MSRP: $155.50

Your Price: $139.95

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The Evolution line continues to push the boundaries of racewear technology, fit, and finish. The culmination of design experience and factory rider feedback, Evolution represents the pinnacle of FLY Racing design and innovation. The difference is in the details.

Pant Features and Materials:

  • ULTRA-DURABLE MULTI-PANEL 840D PERFORATED NYLON CONSTRUCTION – to withstand the rigors of track and trail while providing extra breathability
  • ASTERISK® BOOT-TETHER COMPLIANT – the first production pant with three-level eyelets for easy installation of Asterisk knee brace boot tether straps
  • HIGH GRADE KEVLAR® SEWN LEATHER HEAT SHIELD PANELS - located on the inside of each leg for durability and heat resistance
  • ERGONOMICALLY PRE-SHAPED & FULLY VENTED KNEE - generously contoured to accommodate all types of knee braces and guards, while a massive air-intake system cools and protects
  • STEALTH VENT – zipper located on each leg allows for customizable ventilation
  • FLEXIBLE DUAL WAIST BELTS - for maximum fit and adjustability
  • RATCHETING FLY CLOSURE – allows for additional adjustability and positive closure for a secure fit
  • YKK® MAIN ZIPPER – for maximum zipper durability
  • LIGHTWEIGHT INTEGRATED "SOFT-FLEX" TPR PROTECTIVE BADGING - is ventilated for increased airflow and cooling
  • PRINTED STRETCH ADVANCED INNER LINER - Lycra® seat panel sewn to a breathable mesh liner allows it to stretch and move with the shell and provides comfort with today’s gripper seats
  • FULL-FLOATING SEAT - surrounded by stretch-rib material, designed to move with you
  • RELAXED LEG CUFFS - for maximum in-the-boot comfort
  • INTERNAL POCKET - located inside the waistband
  • SUBLIMATED GRAPHICS - allow for the highest quality in fade-free graphics

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