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    Riding Trousers & Storm Flaps

    Does anyone know of textile riding trousers where the inner waterproof liner does not have a rain gusset or storm flap behind the fly

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    Quote Originally Posted by DabDab View Post
    Does anyone know of textile riding trousers where the inner waterproof liner does not have a rain gusset or storm flap behind the fly
    The liner won't be waterproof if it doesn't have a gusset behind the fly.
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    Riding Trousers & Storm Flaps

    I agree. But I sit behind an RT 1200 fairing. In all but absolutely bucketing rain ( I get off the bike then because the danger from cagers multiplies ) I only ever get water on the chest and the outside of the arms & legs. I wear a touring type jacket which effectively sits on the top of the seat . I have never been drenched in the crutch area of the trousers.

    The mature gentleman riders will understand my reasons for my preference - its a matter of quick access in times of high demand, as they say

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    Quote Originally Posted by DabDab View Post
    Does anyone know of textile riding trousers where the inner waterproof liner does not have a rain gusset or storm flap behind the fly
    Olympia. http://olympiamotosports.com/
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