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Polaris waterproof bike trousers £10.00 / £14 delivered @ Polaris

£10.00 @ Polaris Bikewear
Normally £30+, even if not used for cycling ideal for general waterproof trousers, big zips on legs to allow to get over boots Polaris Bikewear's fully waterproof and packable Surge Overtrousers ar… Read More
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Normally £30+, even if not used for cycling ideal for general waterproof trousers, big zips on legs to allow to get over boots

Polaris Bikewear's fully waterproof and packable Surge Overtrousers are a staple of any commuters wardrobe. They have fully taped seams, full-length waterproof zips and elasticated ankle cuffs with velcro fastenings ensuring you stay dry in wet and cold conditions. Design details include reflect print details for increased visibility in low light conditions.
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#1
Looks like a good deal. Cheers op
#2
Cheers been after some of these that don't cost a fortune.
#3
These are good. Roll up and take up minimal space. Good quality compared to cheap ones.
Have a few pair, some for cycling and a pair for pressure washing the drive.

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#4
Is the sizing accurate? I prefer longer length waterproof trousers to keep socks dry but these may be a tad short for me
#5
Bought the jacket on a previous HUKD and its like a bin bag, waterproof yes but not in any way breathable.
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Always think you'd sweat more in these type of waterproof trousers, that it would kinda defeat the purpose of trying to stay dry when your pedalling hard.
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Glesgabear
Always think you'd sweat more in these type of waterproof trousers, that it would kinda defeat the purpose of trying to stay dry when your pedalling hard.


Think you're missing the point, they for chucking on in deep down pours where you would get soaked to the bone anyway. They for carrying in your pack and you get caught out on an XC, stop you getting cold and wet. Slip them easily off when it stops. I agree they not suited for full rides when you pushing it, you need to be looking at goretex or similar

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