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Rainlegs - raintrousers - protect the upper legs against rain, wind and the cold. The product has been manufactured from wind- and waterproof (5000 mbar) ripstop nylon and weighs only 140 grams. These "raintrousers" are open on the back of the legs, so that no condensation can take place and clothes will stay dry. "Less is more" and "more is less".Exhaustive tests to ascertain this have been carried out by bike couriers and by independent organisations. Many participants in outdoor sporting events like bikeriders, runners, rowers and Nordic walkers have expressed their satisfaction with this simple but great raintrousers.
The waterproof transparent Poly-Urethane (PU) coating on the inside has been replaced by a more durable white coating.
This new PU coating is more resistant for wearing and the waterproofness has been improved from 5.000 up 10.000 mm water pressure.
It would have helped if the sizing information had been listed on the description but I punted for a medium when I take a size 10/12 trouser and it was about right. I have only worn these so far when it has been already raining so have never had to 'deploy' at speed but I cant see it being an issue as long as you are fairly dexterous. I wore mine for a horse riding lesson and the heavens opened! Apart from a slightly damp bum from a wet saddle I was fantastically dry and none of the humid sweatiness you can get with waterproofs. Because they fit half leg there is still full contact with breeches and boots etc. Great product definitely recommend.
I bought the rainlegs for cycling when the weather isn't too cold (so I am wearing shorts) and the rain isn't too heavy and they are ideal. I've only had to use them once so far but they worked exactly as I had hoped. Starting the ride with them tied around my waist, as soon as the rain started they were easy to roll down and fix. As soon as the rain stopped, they were easy to roll back up ready for use again when the rain re-started. My shorts remained dry throughout. I would add that delivery was prompt and the price very reasonable.
I bought a pair of rainlegs for leisure cycle rides, they were so good I've ordered another pair in Black colour for commuting to work. I tested them out on a mountain bike ride in the Chilterns and it rained quite a lot, steady rain for a good hour then intermittent, they kept the rain off my knees and upper legs really well, I was able to keep cycling comfortably instead of the usual annoying soggy knees. They were so comfortable I didn't bother to take them off between showers. The bit across the knees is slightly thicker and the rain didn't get through at all and the design means that they don't drag across the knees either. The open backs stop you getting hot and sweaty in them and it also means you can still access your pockets. They clip on easily and it was great at the mid ride pub stop as they easily unclipped instead of the embarrassing hop around on one leg, fall over, to get them off or sit with regular overtrouser around your ankles. There was only one very slight drawback in that I had to be a bit careful when dismounting the bike in case the rear straps caught in the saddle. Would recommend to anyone.
Bought these thinking they'd be great while riding b/c of "no condensation" feature. In reality the bottom tends to flip up and ride up the leg b/c velcro does nothing to keep them down at the knee. Needs to be some sort of elastic to keep them down. And while walking, rain soaks back of thighs (my rain coat only covers my seat). Very disappointed.