Scorpion Medina Women’s Over-Pants

The Medina Women’s Over-Pants from Motowearhouse are for women who ride and ignore the weather forecast. These all new waterproof pants feature an Everheat liner to keep you warm and dry when its cold and wet. Remove the thermal liner and open the side vents for comfort in warmer climates. Durable 600D polyester and 1680D Heavy Duty Nylon combined with Sas-Tec CE rated armor in the knees keeps you protected. The Medina incorporates full length zippers on both the shell and inner liner to allow easy fitment over your regular pants and boots. Accordion stretch panels and hip adjustments help these pants fit right for long days in the saddle.

Features

  • Durable 600D Polyester main body fabric and extra heavy duty 1680D Nylon knees
  • Vertically adjustable Sas-Tec CE armor at knees. Pockets at hips have PE foam, but accommodate optional Sas-Tec armor if extra protection is desired
  • Full length YKK urethane coated zippers (zips both from the top and from the bottom)
  • Internal zipper gusset for added waterproof protection
  • Removable Ever-Heat liner with full length zippers
  • Dual waist adjustment tabs
  • Stretch rib gussets above knees
  • Two front waist hand pockets
  • Two grip panels in seat
  • Large areas of NightViz reflective for added nighttime visibility
  • Shockcord adjusters at bottom hem the help seal out elements
  • 8” Jacket to Pant zipper
  • Bottom hem can be raised 2”

Rain And Mud Don’t Have A Chance
Borrowed a pair of these Scorpion Medina Women’s Over-Pants from a friend a while back and really liked them. I purchased a size small for myself when I got my own bike. They were pretty stiff at first and I worried they would be too small. Definitely did not fit comfortably with jeans and thermal liner underneath. Took out liner first day and have not put back in since (I’ve stayed warm enough down to 34 degrees without liner). After a short time, they loosened up and now fit very nicely. Armor stays exactly where it needs to and I feel very confident in these. Rain and mud don’t have a chance.

CrossEyedCoyote - Shelton, WA