A/C Elrod Pant - White

Select Your Size: 28
Style Number 4174

The Air Cooled "A/C" ELROD Series is our most breathable, top-of-the-line, feature-loaded racing gear kit!  These latest "A/C" ELROD Jerseys, Pants and Gloves feature maximum ventilation, lighter materials, slimmer fit and reinforced stitching to ensure superior performance and improved comfort for every race and ride.  Prefer less ventilation or racing/riding in colder weather? Check out our standard ELROD kit!


  • Air-cooled polyester construction
  • 450D reinforced panels
  • 600D saddle
  • Lightweight TPR embellishments
  • Articulated yoke rear panel
  • Air-cooled stretch calf panel
  • Full grain leather inner knee panels
  • Zipper fly
  • Ratchet closure
  • Hook-and-loop side adjusters

We suggest ordering one size up if you are in between sizes, prefer a relaxed fit, or wear knee braces & hip pads.

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
They are great.

I haven’t ridden with them yet. The MTB jersey was awesome.

Scott s.
Barcias tight thighs .

The pants feel very well constructed however the fit is a little gnarly im a 5'10" 220lbs thick boi and the waste and length size are perfect but I'm lookin like bartia when it comes to how tight the thigh area of the pants are , not quite as tight cuase that'd be rediculous but still pretty tight even though I bought a size up from what I actually run . Dope lookin gear though🤘

Austin Brown

There nice. But I sent you guys a email regarding if the jersey that goes with those pants will be back in stock the ac elrod white jersey

Steven Nuno
Fast house baby

Dope pants , even thoe they run small so go a size up since they have hip padding
Material is on the thin side but they have a nice design

Les Adams
A/C Elrod Gear

The A/C Elrod gear set was my first purchase from Fasthouse. I tested it out this weekend at Jeeps Cycle Club motocross track. I really like the gear, breathable, comfortable, and even durable. I know because I wrecked once in a high-speed corner and no rips or tears. Would you be willing to offer a support program for an amateur racer?