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    MTB Pants with protection from Chain

    Hello, are there any baggy fitting MTB pants that come with drive chain protection. They do not have to be water proof, just durable. I can't seem to find any. I see Endura mentioned but hard to see on Amazon how the chain protection works. Thanks

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    I ride with long pants and was having issues with my right leg getting caught. I don't know about pants with drive chain protection. But my co-worker (former military) gave me a set of velcro garters and they work like a charm.

    Amazon.com: Black Velcro Blousing Garters Set: Clothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissJackson View Post
    I ride with long pants and was having issues with my right leg getting caught. I don't know about pants with drive chain protection. But my co-worker (former military) gave me a set of velcro garters and they work like a charm.

    Amazon.com: Black Velcro Blousing Garters Set: Clothing
    Thanks for the suggestion. I found a similar product with a buckle so you can latch the Velcro back. Works very nice.

    Amazon.com: Jandd Ankle Strap Black, Each: Sports & Outdoors

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    You could look at it another way - do you have a pic of your drivechain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissJackson View Post
    I ride with long pants and was having issues with my right leg getting caught. I don't know about pants with drive chain protection. But my co-worker (former military) gave me a set of velcro garters and they work like a charm.

    Amazon.com: Black Velcro Blousing Garters Set: Clothing
    Same thing I use, not for work but for rides around town while wearing jeans. Simple on and off, I take them off if I park and walk or chill. I actually do both sides, I had my lt side catch the other day .

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