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I've got big powerlifter legs unfortunately, so while they fit me really well in terms of length, they're just too tight around my calves and thighs which inhibits range of motion. Nothing poor about the design, just not made for people with big legs. For reference, I have 27" thighs and 17" calves, usually wear a 34 waist and am 6'3"
Personally I feel these could be a little bit tighter, so going down a size may be a better option. However, the length of these are absolutely perfect for me. Fortunately the padded knee zones are as wide and lengthy as they are as the pants fit a little loose around that area, so they still provide the padded protection for your knees as you'd expect.
I've been using the Tierro 13 for 3 years now. I have the long ones and the 3/4. They are one of the best pants out there. I play 2 to 3 times per week, in turf and natural pitch and they last a lot. I'm a waist size 34 and the size M fit me perfectly. The padding is really good and even though it won't stop you from bruises or anything, it feels really good. If you want a hight quality pant if your starting to play or want to try a new one, be sure that this will be a great choice.
I'm 6'1 with a 34" waist and chunky thighs, background in contact sports which is what drew me to these padded "goalie" pants. It's usually quite hard to determine what size fits best for me when it comes to sportswear because a Medium can be too tight or a Large too loose. In this case, the Large fit like sweatpants which was very awkward given the solid padded sides which weighed the pants down as oppose to form-fitting to my legs. I'd recommend ordering true-to-size or even ordering a size down if you're inbetween like me, to ensure a secure fit. Unfortunately I never got to put these to the test [the Large being too big, was returned and at the time, Medium was not available] so I can't vouch for their durability, but in my experience, I feel the pads wouldn't last more than a couple months of regular use due to the thin material that holds them to the body of the pant. The knee pad was also quite awkward when you bend your knee, sometimes riding above or below the knee instead of cupping it - but this may well be due to the lack of a proper fit. Otherwise, black and white is always a classic, especially when showing off those 3-stripes and the pad design is interesting enough to help make you stand out from the other goalies / competitors out there.
I bought these pants for ultimate frisbee since there's a lot of diving involved and they're a must have when playing on turf. The knee and hip padding has significantly reduced the burns that I would normally get after practices and tournaments.
These pants are my daughters favorite goalie pants. She has tried several other brands and these are now the only ones she will wear. The knees finally gave in after 8 mos so I just purchased her two new pairs.