The Forge motorcycle trousers are very decent motorcycle trousers with an tempting price tag. They can be used just about anywhere and anytime.
The exterior is a combination of wear and tear resistant Durylon and Fybrex. The waterproof membrane is integrated into the outer layer of these motorbike pants. A second, additional layer in these motorcycle trousers are removable: just unzip the thermal lining et voilà.
Depending on what’s on at the moment, there are a number of adjustment options as well. The adjustable straps in the waist, a press stud just above the knee and Velcro at the bottom are the most important ones. The zip at the bottom, obviously for getting into these Forge motorcycle trousers, with or without motorcycle shoes on your feet. Another asset is the readiness to use the Macna suspenders.
The ‘Waist lock’ closure consists of a strong slide-and-click system. It means that the pockets can take quite a load. Literally, because there are cargo as well as slash pockets to store things in. A heat shield at the low side of the legs prevents you from burning a piece of pants or skin on the exhaust. This will get hot either way, because the Forge motorcycle trousers can take you a long way comfortably. The Grip print on the seat keeps you firm in the saddle, in varying circumstances.
We can be relatively short about the protectors: the level 2 knee protection is ventilated, flexible, smells fresh and functions properly. You can opt to add a set of hip protection to that as well. The reflective material is worth mentioning here too.
All combinations can be considered thanks to the long and short connecting zipper. Candidate number 1: the Rancher motorcycle jacket.
There is maintenance clothing and then there is clothing maintenance. Good, solid motorcycle clothing is an investment in comfort and personal safety. So invest in its maintenance after your purchase and enjoy your gear for longer.
We put the best tips & tricks on this maintenance page.