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Womens Gravity Pants | Black

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Womens specific mountain bike pants for comfort and style

Ready for the toughest trails. The stoke with these is so high - made from water-resistant 4-way stretch fabric that's breathable and comfortable.

These MTB Gravity Pants look more like skinny jeans, but they’re ready for anything and with enough room for knee pads.

As a guide, our pants sizing are quite slim.

Our studio rider is wearing a size small. She is 166cm (5’6”) tall with a 90cm (35”) chest, a 70cm (27.5”) waist and 94cm (37”) hips.




  • 4-way stretch fabric that's quick-drying and breathable 
  • Water-resistant finish 
  • Articulated cut for freedom of movement
  • Room for knee pads
  • Three pockets for essentials
  • Standard Fit - Mountain bike specific


  • 95% nylon, 5% spandex
  • Made with Blue Sign approved fabric, meaning substantially fewer chemicals and water was used in the production - these pants are as eco-friendly as they come.


Easy 90 days return or exchange policy, full details here.

We have returns centres globally, so you can send back your parcels to: Australia, USA, Europe, UK, Switzerland or Canada.


Free Express Shipping on Orders over AU$100 / US$85.

We ship fast! Our average ship rate is 2-3 days. Full shipping info here.


Customer Reviews

Based on 120 reviews
Laura D.

I love these pants! Beautifully made with great attention to detail. They are a slightly snug fit but did not restrict movement in any way. I haven't yet tried them with knee pads or a warmer layer underneath so I'm hoping they still fit. Very well made!

Womens Gravity Pants - Black

After reading reviews and trying the males version on I was worried that these weren’t going to fit my calves that I was gifted. I can just fit my enduro knee pads and as they are too long on me they fit my calves. If I was longer in the leg and they sat at the correct length they wouldn’t fit my calves, they are also firm to get over your feet. Nice and lightweight but enough to provide extra warmth. A good alternative to my shorts on wet days.

good riding pants

I had a pair of the original women's pants - I think they have been updated with a newer, less stiff material which is great. The cut still works well for me as well - I like the skinny leg style, with extra room at the knees and waist. Only downside is I wore these pants riding/pedaling on a wet muddy day and there is already a saddle/seat wear mark on the pants after only one ride.

A Cooper
Pants are the best I've ever worn!

Absolutely love these pants. They are so comfortable - Perfect fit, perfect length, and stretch in all the right places. But to top things off, Dharco customer service is second to none. I can't rate the crew highly enough, absolute legends, thanks so much!
(I'm usually a women's 10, 67kg, 176cm, and wear a Dharco Medium)

Still Searching for a Usable Women's Pant

I've been on the hunt for a pair of pants for years now; and somehow, even after having high hopes with a lot of friends suggesting Dharco, the hunt continues. These pants ALMOST nailed it, but a few key things just didn't work, and so I ended up having to return them. I am 5'10 and 170lbs. I bike all summer and ski all winter and, like a lot of athletic women I know, am sturdy in the quads and glutes and smaller in the waist. I ordered a size large: the waist fit decently (glad there was adjustability there because it was very roomy before I sinched it down), and the quads, while very fitted, had enough stretch to make it work (though I didn't try them on with hip pads and that likely would have been too much). The knees, on the other hand, were SO tight there was no chance I'd be getting pads under there, and the ankles, too, were super tapered, enough so that I couldn't put on and take off socks while wearing the pants. One thing I will say worked was the length: I usually struggle with most women's pants being a bit short on me and these hit at a perfect spot. So, in summary: while I'm sure that for racers really concerned with being quite aerodynamic or for women without curves / muscles, this is a decent pant... but for causal and/or more free-ride and DH oriented riders, they just don't quite fit (literally) the bill. The search continues! On a slightly different note, DHarco customer service was phenomenal, so kudos there. They also suggested, when I reached out about this return, that I try the men's version of this pant since they are apparently roomier in the leg... I have a pair on order so we'll see if that solves my problem(s).