One-Eyed Jack (Louisville )
I bought the pants and matching jacket in neon yellow size x-small/small. As I am 5'6" / 170 I was concerned about the waist and length. The length easily adjusts with velcro and could fit someone much taller (5 or 6 inches anyway) but looks fine when the velcro closure is used for someone like myself. I am just at the waist limit for these pants - very comfortable but can't afford to gain any weight : ). Quality is good and delivery from MCSS was 4 days! Good buy.
Jack (Louisville )
I bought this and the rain pants in X-Small/Small. I am 5'6"/170 and usually buy mediums but this was my correct size. Color nice and bright to wake up the cagers. Fit was good and you should be able to wear over a reasonably sized jacket. The jacket even has one of those pouches inside that the jacket will fold into as a carry case. All in all I consider this a great buy at the price and would happily buy again.
Ethan (Athens )
I've been riding for 35 yrs and have gone through lots of gear, hot weather, warm weather, cold weather, heated.... For several years I have found the BMW summer pants the best for me but after several years of use (they last long) and gaining a few pounds I decided to see if there maybe something better out there and after much research decided to try these Olympia. WOW, they are very well made have good venting and are much more comfortable than the BMW, so much so that I also purchased the Olympia Airglide 4 Mesh Tech Jacket (and recommend it as wll). Whenever I purchase pants and/or jacket for warm/hot weather riding I'm not concerned with the wind/waterproof liner as its much easier for me to just pull over and throw my Frogg Toggs over (Reflective Frogg Toggs Kikker II suits, wow they have come a long way over the years, very well made - not like the paper like suits of years ago). But still I'm impressed with quality of both the pant & liner. FWIW with the Airglide 4 Meshtech jacket the 2 included liners are also very well made and appear to make the perfect all around jacket though I likely will continue to not use any of the liners. So short story long = purchase one or both of the products I mention you won't be disappointed!
Alex (Reno )
Rode from Reno, NV to San Jose, CA using the the jacket for the first time and was able to use all 3 phases in one trip. It was great. Taking CA 4 from Minden, NV where the temp dropped down to the high 30's, over to San Jose where the temp was in the high 70's/low 80's I was able to use the lining, wind breaker, and then just the jacket itself. Could not ask for a better jacket.
Chuck (Westminster )
First, let me say I love this suit. It's heavy at about 10 lbs, but worth it. I'm 5'8 and 195, 30 inseam. The sizing chart I saw recommended XL, so I ordered it. Had the legs hemmed locally for $35, and suit now fits. BUT, it's really big in the collar and pushed up my body, with the collar hitting my helmet collar. The back armor makes me look like a hunchback. Climbing on my cruiser took some effort because the legs were tight around my jeans. Still, once under way, it was great to wear and did the job. Lots of pockets, venting is almost too good for cold rides! Anyway, it's a nice suit. If I had a do over, I'd go a size smaller.
t (georgetown )
Bought these pants three years ago for a winter ride in Mexico. They are the most comfortable, warm, best made riding pants I have ever owned or seen. With six exterior and interior pockets they offer great convenience. Totally water proof!!! In the mountains with snow, ice and 30 degree temperatures I was warm dry and comfortable. The insulated liner can be worn separately when not on the bike which is a great traveling feature. Highly recommend these pants. From me they get 5 stars in all categories for performance.