|Size||Waist Relaxed (Inches)||Waist Stretched (Inches)||Outside Leg (cm)|
super super sick for all movement. perfect amount of relaxed fit without being too baggy. top standard on durability, no rips or any kind of damage after 3 months of wear. Only criticism I could possibly have is the black colourway fades/bleaches very easily in sunlight (last couple months of sun in the UK for perspective) so I'd recommend considering getting beige instead.
I've always been a fan of cargo pants, and have used them through out all my years of training in parkour. the problem, they've always been on the shady side of mobility and freaking rip around the groin every single time. So kicks, jumps and deep landings were an issue clothing wise. Not so with the Motus Cargo pants, putting them on gives the nice feel of training in my favorite comfy joggers, and style wise they're off the hook. The're awesome for training and everyday use, I've even tried them for lifting in deep squats and they did not disappoint. They're on the fast track of becoming my favorite piece of clothing
First time buying cargo pants of any sort, and I'm glad I got my first pair from MOTUS. I can move well in it, which is a huge plus because I personally am not a fan of tight pants. For its quality, the pants are quite light too, which is something I've noticed. Big up for these pants!
Before I talk about the trousers, I have to give a massive shout out to the Motus team for their service.
Originally I bought these in a medium ... big mistake seeing as I'm 6'1" (186cm) tall. I didn't want too much material around my feet, but ended up with a very different problem. Since my thighs wouldn't let me wear them without busting the seams, I sent them back, and the Motus team happily sorted me out with a new pair in size L. These fit like a dream and I've taken them out training multiple times already! (even got a cheeky extra sticker out of it).
I love the material, it has a slight stretch but feels strong enough to handle my street-ratting. The zip pockets are a must if you don't live in Tokyo and can't just leave your phone laying around fearlessly. There's something strangely validating about wearing these, like donning my own little PK supersuit. I'm chuffed knowing that my money is helping other athletes push the discipline and the community forward.