Dubinky. Enduro and Adventure Riding Apparel

Discussion in 'Vendors' started by COXR650L, Nov 7, 2012.

  1. fullmonte

    fullmonte Reformed Kneedragger

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    I wish I had waited for the upgraded 2013 pants. The build quality of my original Dubinky pants is great, but hip armor and knee pockets would be a welcome addition. Furthermore, the cuffs are a little too tight (even at the loosest end of adjustment)around my SG10 boots, causing the pants to pull down, resulting in a case of plumbers crack.:kat For those with Smaller boots and or calves this is probably a non issue. Maybe I'll have a rubberized waist band sewn in to them... Hint.:evil Other than that, great pants that are made in the USA. Good to see Cox has listened to rider feedback and revised them.:clap
  2. COXR650L

    COXR650L Long timer

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    I have a used Medium prototype of the current 2013 Colorado Pant for sale, $90 shipped.

    This pant was used to design the current 2013 Colorado Pant and has been used some. The is visible wear on the inner leather legs and some scuffs on the seat. Overall it is in very good condition.

    There are some differences between this and the production 2013 Colorado pant:
    -Seat is 840 Nylon vs 1680
    -Leather is 'naked' so there is no oil and it will show wear more than the high oil content of the production model.
    -The pant has 2 small pockets on top of the cargo pockets vs only having cargo on the production pant
    -Leg cinch straps vs none on the production pants
    -The knee armor pockets do not have any velcro so you have to watch to not catch your feet putting them on.
    -There is no logos or graphics anywhere on the pants

    Other then that they are the same as the ALL NEW 2013 COLORADO PANT with the option for CE armor, beltloops, reflective piping, redesigned crotch and added inseam length, etc, etc.

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    Paypal............

    Thanks
  3. Dan Alexander

    Dan Alexander Ride Far - Ride Fast

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    Good looking pants. My only nit pick would be the choice of white for the mesh inside the vents. Black would look more blended in.
  4. scoutguy

    scoutguy Been here awhile

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    Do you have anything in the works for Large/Tall, XL/Tall, you know-for some of us "man sized" riders. :D
  5. COXR650L

    COXR650L Long timer

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    Maybe in the next production run I will be able to add another tall size, but we'll see:huh

    Thanks for the interest
  6. scoutguy

    scoutguy Been here awhile

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    I'll be waiting with breathless anticipation :wink: Have waited this long and am in no hurry.
  7. rtadlock

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    Two days of good riding, and the pants did great. Can't say enough how awesome the vents are:

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  8. COXR650L

    COXR650L Long timer

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    Great, Im glad you like them. I think people deserve to see this photo from the regional forum:deal:lol3:lol3

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  9. 3pin

    3pin Adventurer

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    I ordered a set of medium tall pants on Friday morning and had them by Saturday afternoon!

    The pants fit perfectly, I wear 33/36 jeans. I haven't gotten to ride in them yet but the quality looks great.

    Ride report coming soon...

    Thanks Ben.
  10. DustyJohn

    DustyJohn Adventurer

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    Hi Ben
    Your Colorado pants look great. Are you able to ship to Australia?
    Regards
    John:ear
  11. COXR650L

    COXR650L Long timer

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    John,
    Sure, and thanks for the interest. Let me look at some pricing options and ill pm you later.

    Ben
  12. COXR650L

    COXR650L Long timer

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    I know buying new gear without seeing it can be hard, so I wanted to let everyone know that we have a:

    100% Satisfaction Guarantee. If you order any gear and after you get it decide it is not for you, I will pay for FREE RETRUN SHIPPING and a full refund.

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    Or Trail/Enduro:
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    Thanks
    ben
  13. 32x20

    32x20 Been here awhile

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    Ben,

    Wanted to chime in that after using the 2013 CO pants for awhile I'm really pleased with them. I got to ride them some in CO prior to moving and they worked great (usually zipped up) and now that we're back in the (hot & humid) southeast they're still doing great. Usually have the vents full open now, but they keep me cool when moving. Med-tall sizing is perfect for me over MX boots and knee/shin pads as well.

    Different subject (slightly): what size jersey do you wear over a pressure suit? I think we're ~same size and I have no idea what size would work over the pressure suit. I passed on the jersey when I got pants, but it's hot down here so sometimes pressure suit + jacket is just too much.
  14. DustyJohn

    DustyJohn Adventurer

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    Hi All
    Have had my Dubinky pants for a couple of months now. I'll put it in simple terms - they are fantastic. Ben's attention to customer service was great and they arrived by standard postage to Australia within a week. Looking forward to some warmer weather to test the venting. Wish you made Jackets to match Ben!
    Cheers
    John


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  15. COXR650L

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    Thanks for the feedback guys Im glad you are enjoying the pants:clap Good to hear they work in the outback:deal:lol3



    So regarding the pressure suit....

    I am about 6'2" 210 lbs and I dont ever wear a pressure suit, but I did have one just like this one at the house I tried on....
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    and the XL jersey fit "OK", but I would consider it too small and tight around the shoulders.......This pressure suit is fairly bulky though so if it was a slimmer pressure suit it would fit better.

    For reference I wear a L jersey wich fits about perfect for my preference without anything on underneath.

    Sorry I wish I could get some more jersey sizes added, but probably not any time soon.

    Ben
  16. falcn

    falcn Squidless Soul

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    Saw your ad in the AdvMoto magazine for Nov/Dec. And went to check out your website and then came over here looking for reviews. Should have known an AdvRider would be behind a versatile pair of pants.

    I have a rain suit to wear over my gear, so this question isn't a deal breaker, but how do the pants do at keeping out water in a light rain?

    I see you have last yesrs model on closeout, ant big difference to the 2013 pants? Your prices are fantastic for the dernier of your material and actual leather patches on the inner legs! The pants I have now promptly ripped on my foot pegs the first time I fell!

    :)
  17. COXR650L

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    Hey thanks for the interest.

    So regarding the waterproof qualities, they will keep out a light rain, but if it is sustained you will start to gradually get wet. See this POST for an in-depth explanation about the waterproof (resistant) qualities of the Colorado Pant

    The 2012 pants are a great option at a great price. I only have mediums and smalls left.

    There are a few changes between the 2012-'13
    -The 2013 have additional inseam length in all sizes. See the sizing chart (note these are all true measurements and not "jean sizing")
    -The 2013 did away with the leg him cinch strap and small "ID/credit card" pockets on the '12
    -The '13 have a redesigned, more U-Shapped crotch.
    -The '13 use 1680 Nylon in the pant seat vs 840d
    -The '13 have reflective piping on each leg for night time visibility
    -'13 can use Forcefield Knee and Hip CE rated armor as an add-on.


    Also remember all ADV'ers can use the coupon code "advrider" at checkout for additional savings:deal

    If you have any more questions let me know

    ben
  18. falcn

    falcn Squidless Soul

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    Thanks for having the patience to point out information already covered in the past :D

    Good read - and that is exactly what I expected from the pants - I was more curious about the type of zipper used on the leg vents - in my experience that is the main source of water ingression on any garment - waterproof or water resistant. That's why I have a Frogg Togs suit for over my riding gear if needed.

    I'll help you clear out the 2012 stock :D I believe I just need a medium size (5'10, 32 inseam, ~34 waist) Might be worn over my street clothes for commuting (or I would wear my other gear for that duty). I've already taken out the knee armor in my suits and started wearing my strap on knee/shin protectors as I feel they will stay in place way better than the floating armor in the pants that I have.
  19. 2 SPOT

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    i would really like to see what you might come up with for a matching dubinky enduro shell jacket, hint, hint.
  20. falcn

    falcn Squidless Soul

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    Got paid today... 2012 Pants ordered!