Rev’It Airwave 3
Revit Airwave 3 Pants
In the Revit Airwave 3 Trousers, we’ll see a lot of similar design features to its jacket companion. Like the jacket, it’s mainly meant for adventure riding and comes in black and grey and in men and women’s styles. The Rev’It Airwave III pants come in at nearly 170 Euro or 190 USD, so they will compete with Dainese Drake Super Air Tex, Dainese Galvestone D1 Gore-Tex, and the Alpinestars AST-1 WP pants.
The Revit Airwave Three motorcycle pants are made of a blend of high-density polyester in the seat and inseams, PWR mesh on the thigs and back, and some Ripstop reinforcement at the top of the knees and the back of the waist to prevent tearing. It also comes with Suregrip material to on the bottom to keep you from sliding back if you lean forward.
For hard protection, the Airwave 3 Trousers also come with CE-level 1 SEESMART armor in the knees and hips to help protect these high impact zones without leaving the pants feeling or looking to bulky or uncomfortable.
The PWR Mesh will give you some good breathability, in addition to a few vents at the top that should give you some good cooling. The pants are done up with a zipper in the front with a sliding lock at the front to just make it a bit more secure. In terms of style, this zipper placement is much better than the Airwave 2 since it’s now hidden and is a bit less prominent. The pants can be attached to the Airwave 3 jacket with a zipper and loop here in the back. Finally, you get some adjustability on these pants with Velcro straps on the outside of the ankles. Underneath these straps is also a zipper that goes up the calf, which should make putting these trousers on easier with a pair of touring boots.