Freyah Wild Rye x Pivot Cycles Collaboration | Women's Bike Pant
Finally, a true bike pant for women! Thoughtfully designed and packed with features that cater to a woman's body and needs, these pants will take you from the sweltering summer heat of the bike park, to cool fall singletrack, or layer them for winter biking. Bonus: The Freyah is incredibly versatile, packed with breathability, durability and style. Don't be afraid to rock them wherever your high-impact adventures take you.
Constructed from our signature WRDuraStretch 4-way stretch nylon that you've fallen in love with in our flagship Freel and Freda shorts, these pants will be your go-to for years to come.
- If in question, we recommend you order the same size Freyah that you wear in our flagship Freel short.
- Our size 6 Freyah pant features a 31.5" inseam with the cuff fully extended. The inseam length grades up and down from there.
*this product is not eligible for discounts of any kind.
- Reflective Wild Rye script logo
- Double fabric over knees for extra durability
- Extra room for kneepads with elastic for extra stretch
- Perforated, breathable fabric strategically placed on back panels
- Two level roll-up cuff, with Velcro closure
- Wild Rye signature prints strategically placed on cuffs and back yoke
Wild Rye ships via USPS (yep, we’re buying up as many stamps as possible to do our part to save the US Postal Service) - please provide your PO Box address if that is how you get your mail (talking to you mountain town people!)
We offer a 30 day return / exchange policy from ship date. Final sale items are noted in the product description - these items cannot be returned for any reason. Full details here.
- Fabric Weight
- 220 GSM
- 88% NYLON, 12% SPANDEX
I've been so excited for these to arrive in the mail and I ripped open the package and threw them on immediately when they did. They fit great except in one area, which is the rise. These sit so comfortably on my waist but unfortunately they go up my butt and give me a camel toe when they sit where they should :( If I try to wear them lower than my natural waist, they no longer fit. Such a bummer because they are so comfy otherwise, the fabric is stretchy but seems tough and the terra cotta color/pattern is mad cute! If I wear these with a liner short underneath I think that'll eliminate the wedgie/CT, but I purchased these mainly to ride downhill at Killington bike park where there's no need for a chamois. For reference I measured myself at a size 4 (5'7, 130lbs), which is what I purchased, and they fit true to size. Perhaps a rise measurement could be included down the line so those of us taller lanky gals can avoid the dreaded CT!
I got a pair of these shipped over to Australia along with two pairs of Freel shorts. I already knew I was an 8 in Freel (from a previous season purchase), as per sizing suggestion I also bought size 8 in these. Upon trying them on, the shorts fit beautifully but these are one or two sizes too big!! Huge around the waist, so much so that I've taken them to a tailor here as it's cheaper than paying for postage for an exchange. If you buy these, SIZE DOWN!
I bought these pants for days when it’s rainy and wet in the PNW. They are super light weight but keep me warm without feeling like I am overheating. They also fit just right where they aren’t too tight and restricting my movement but very flattering. I get so many compliments on the trail and even when I wear them around after biking. If you are going to spend the money on bike pants these are the best! I am 5’4 and 120 pounds, I went with a size 4 and should have gotten a Size 2 but size 4 works still.
I was pumped to receive these as I've been waiting for size 18 to be available in these pants. The waist, butt, and thigh fits great! The problem is how large the cuffs are. I wouldn't be able to cycle in these without the pant leg getting sucked in the chain since these fit me like a boot cut pant. It seems like the size 18 was sized up with the same ratios of the smaller sizes which personally doesn't work for me. (Just because a waist band needs 10 inches added to it doesn't mean the bottom cuffs also have to get 10 inches added). Disappointing but hopefully this brand can take some input from plus sized cyclists (yes, we exist) and diversify the folks they choose to feature in their product photos as well.
I have been wanted enduro pants for awhile but did not want to have a mens fit. These are so great. Baggy enough to were my pads under, but still flattering and doesn’t get caught in the bike. I felt like they fit true to size. I have lost some weight and the belt fixed it just fine without too much bunching.