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Icon Compound OverpantsHelmet, gloves, jacket, boots - the essential riding gear worn by every motorcycle operator who understands the game and the stakes associated. Too often riding-specific pants a
River Road Pueblo Cool Leather Overpants When you need to stay as cool as you look, check out the Pueblo Cool Leather Overpants from River Road. Specially designed to keep you cooler than normal black
River Road Bravado II Leather Overpants Premium leather provides protection as well as a great look and feel Leg openings feature snap closures and full-length side zippers for easy on/easy off Power
Great Pants so far
Rode in the worst rain we have ever been in and we stayed dry. We have not used the thermal part of the pants yet and we have been riding in 45 to 60 degree weather and we have not been cold while wearing jeans underneath. They are comfortable and easy to work with. The only downfall is that the zipper to connect to our riding jackets will not work because the zippers go the same direction rather than opposing, someone should look at that.
icon victory riding pants
Loose fit but I like them. Can wear underneath. Seem like good quality, though I've only worn them twice.
Fieldsheer Mercury 2.0
Great fit. Definitely worth the investment.
Would recommend them for sure.
Nice riding pants
The pants are very comfortable and look good. Like some of the other reviews say that you can really wear them all day and can't tell that its a riding pant. The fitment of these pants are a little small. I wear 32 to 33 on regular pants and decided to get 34's on these pants and they are right on the mark.
RR Durango Pant
Prior to my purchase, I found the reviews to be a mixed bag, however I recommed them.
First of all, I'm 6'3" about 250 lbs., so my first concern is always fit. These fit perfectly with sufficient leg length that when I sit on the bike they will not ride up. I bought these to wear as over pants one waist larger.
tour Master Caliber pants-- Fantastic.
The fit was almost perfect. I've used them one time so far and am looking forward to using them all summer long in the Pacific Northwest as I complete the Tour of honor sites. One thing I would suggest that Tour Master do is to add a stirrup to the bottom of the legs. I had a local Upholstery shop add heavy duty elastic (From Walmart) to mine. I did this because when I put my feet on the foot pegs the pant legs rode up a little past my boot tops. With the stirrups added the problem went away.