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Monserat Announces Range of MTB Pants & Shorts

Dec 8, 2021
by Monserat We like to ride bikes  
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Press Release: Monserat


Made in Europe from 90% recycled plastics our mountain bike pants and shorts are meant to be used all year in almost all conditions. The main fabric for our pants is produced in Spain. Our sewing shop in Poland then produces the mtb shorts and trousers. The special surface texture of our fabric repels rain and splashing water. This makes it your ideal all-weather companion on rides during shoulder season and through winter.


The LP-series
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The LP-series comes in two colors. Graphit and grey.

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Thanks to our slip-on design you can dress up for your ride in a heartbeat. Simply tighten the ratchet fastener on the waistband and you are good to go. The two large zipper-pockets securely hold your phone and essentials - including some cash for a round of after-ride beers with your mates.

The lower legs we designed to tightly snuggle around your calves and ankles to prevent them from scrapping your cranks or being caught up when things go wrong. The knee area on the other hand we made fairly roomy so you can comfortably wear your knee pads - even the heavy-duty ones for the days you want to make no compromises and just send it.

For the overall clean and minimalist look we finished up our mountain bike pants with one small thus restrained print on the left thigh.



The LP-series features:

• Resistant fabric, water repellent
• 90% made from recycled material
• Two large pockets with zipper
• Wide-cut at the knee for knee pads
• Tight cut at the ankle
• Slip-on design with four-way stretch
• Clean look, restrained prints
• Sizes from S up to XL (European clothing size)
• Color options: graphit, grey
• Price: 149€
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The SP-series
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The SP-series comes also in the two color options graphit and grey.

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We designed the SP-Series shorts to be long enough to securely overlap with your knee pads. The two large zipper-pockets securely hold your phone and essentials - including some cash for a round of after-ride gelato and drinks with your friends.

For the overall clean and minimalist look we finished up our mountain bike shorts with one small thus restrained print on the left thigh.



The SP-series features:

• Resistant fabric, water repellent
• 90% made from recycled material
• Two large pockets with zipper
• Wide-cut at the knee for knee pads
• Clean look, restrained prints
• Sizes from S up to XL (European clothing size)
• Color options: graphit, grey
• Price: 119€
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All our fabrics are dyed through. So when you're grazing a thorn bush you'll never pull a white thread out of our products. This is an expensive process, but we want to offer you the very best quality! We also use an extremely stretchy and long-lasting foil for our textile printing. The foil we use is one of the few that is ecologically safe. This was tested by TÜV Rheinland 11/2010.

For more information click here.

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Visit us on ridemonserat.com or click here.


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36 Comments
  • 34 0
 White, too short pants.

Is this fencing or MTB?
  • 2 0
 yeah I'm not convince by "the white pants for winter" vibe
  • 23 1
 why are these "long pants" so short?
  • 2 5
 It's called fashun look it up
  • 2 0
 It does say they are "minimalist"...
  • 16 0
 OK I am soooo pissed off with this continuously overly baggy, stupidly short trousers. Why can't they understand if they are too long I can do something about it, if half mast, I just look like a moron.

Who here wants to go in on producing a batch of trousers that fit 30 to 34 waist but are long enough to cover your socks for anyone taller than 5ft11???
  • 4 0
 Alpkit offer their Floe trousers in a range of lengths for butch short and lanky riders.
  • 1 0
 SportHill has mtb pants in lengths. Like 13 sizes or something crazy. They ship from Oregon though.
  • 1 0
 @mustbike: and yet they are still too short if you are an average size 6' plus human...
  • 16 0
 Guaranteed not to fit anyone over 6'
  • 2 1
 Luckily I'm not 6' tall
  • 1 0
 or 5'6" either
  • 1 1
 @Jaylynx why do you say that?
  • 1 0
 @lejake: look at the pictures above. Pants are to short for the rider in the pictures.
  • 3 4
 @fabwizard: It's intentional so the bottom of the pants avoid get covered in chain grease.
  • 1 0
 @fabwizard: yeah, ok, I see it now Big Grin
But I could imagine me even liking that, I'm not quite sure though ^^
  • 3 0
 @Ajorda: isnt the point of pants so that they get covered in grease/mud instead of your leg?
  • 3 0
 I went to their website and it's only under the Mens mtn bike pants/short option. I find the ratchet waist closure is great for me as womens pants either gap too much at the waist and/are cut completely wrong for leg size/shape. Also, the pants I currently use for winter mtn biking have a snap closure at the ankle which I always use. Having a pant that tapers at the ankle is great, also advertised is a looser fit around the knee to wear knee pads underneath (which I do sometimes as well).
Maybe I'm a fashion dork, but function over fashion works for me.
  • 6 1
 Great! Another set of ankle exposing hipster riding trousers - just what the world needs!
  • 5 0
 still waiting on pants that fit someone that is 6'3 or taller... These might not even fit someone below 6ft
  • 4 0
 149€ for the privilege to wear recycled garbage? Thanks, but no thanks.
I paid 10€ more for a pair of bespoke jeans made of selvedge denim.
  • 3 1
 Are these PFC free? I don‘t know, I just feel some greenwashing-vibes around this company..
  • 1 0
 Definitely
  • 2 0
 White pants look good until you ride with them. Then you just look like you sh!t yourself.
  • 3 0
 oonga boonga
  • 3 0
 Capri pants
  • 3 0
 great when matched with a pair of Crocs or flip flops
  • 3 0
 I think technically they are clam diggers.
  • 2 0
 As per fuggin normal mtb pants that give you the dead cat look.
  • 1 0
 Being shorter than average and not a 28" waist these might just fit me... If you are tall not so much.
  • 1 0
 New brakes or pants that look cool?
  • 2 0
 These are great looking.
  • 2 0
 Stop. Hammer time!
  • 2 0
 That raww is so sick!
  • 1 0
 By far the sickest thing in this article
  • 1 0
 I feel monochrome.







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