They have decent reviews, and they're cheap. You can read reviews on Cycle Gear, and I watched a review on YouTube where the guy said he crashed and they held up well. They come with no hip protection, and velcro belt part at the top can tend to unravel - these were the cons about the pants. But I will probably buy shorts with protection later on, and the unravelling can be solved by a lighter, or my mom's sewing machine. They do have knee protection though. They come with a thermal liner for the winter, and a waterproof liner as well. Also Sedici has a lifetime warranty. I suggest Revilla for gear, because their website ROCKS! But I buy from Cycle Gear because I get a military discount.
I'll report more when they get here, and I test 'em out! Good luck!
So Luke, I test drove the pants today in 100°+ heat index weather (minus the liners), and they were great! My husband also wore his, and he loved them. They're worth the buy (so far)! They breath awesome! The knee protection will take some getting used to, because I'm not used to wearing knee protection. The liners seem like they'll keep you warm as well. They are a tad bit long on both me and my husband, but better than being short. Going on a long three day trip in October, and that will be the real test. I would totally recommend them to anyone though.