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post #1 of 5 Old 12-11-12, 00:28 Thread Starter
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Thumbs up Fox Pants for short rider.


Hello everyone, I am gonna buy some pants to ride on my bike which is the Daytona 675 09. However, I don't want to buy long pants because I am a short rider (5'2). I am interested in Fox brand because they have some nice ants with reasonable price. What is your advice on this? Can I cut the pant or sth like that to make it shorter?
I am looking forward to get your opinions and experiences on this.
Thank you in advance and ride safe. :)
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tailor it to the length so that it still covers your ankles in the seated position
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The Icon Automag pants are made to be cut to length for people. Or as said above get them tailored to your length. Also some brands make a regular, long and sometimes a short version. Get the regular and then cut to fit right.

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A lot of good riding gear is available in both long and short.
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Thumbs up Thank you very much.


Thank you guys very much for giving me your advice and opinions.
Now, I am confident to spend my money for riding pants.
You guys ride safely and have a wonderful day. :)
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