Leather motorcycle pants are often characterized by a sporty look, although they are just as popular with fans of retro bikes or casual clothing. And not unimportant: they make you look rough as hell.
We admit, not everyone gets away with it, but men who prefer the highest degree of wear resistance, inevitably end up with leather. Leather isn't just the mandatory option on the race track.
Unlike (unchanging) textiles, leather is a 'living' product. It adapts gradually and has to "settle". Leather never fits perfectly right away. It always stretches a bit, so it's best to take this into account when trying it on. After an adjustment period, a pair of leather pants will fit like a glove and it will stay that way.
Leather has specific properties and requires specific maintenance products. Here you can find how to maintain leather motorcycle clothing, but it is always advisable to read the manufacturer's guidelines.