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Icon Hypersport Pants
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Hypersport Pants
$235.00
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Icon Hypersport Pants1.2 - 1.4mm leather is the essence of the Icon Hypersport pants. A partner in crime to the equally aggressive Hypersport Prime jacket, the pants feature external TPU knee armor...
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Hooligan Denim Pants
$120.00
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Icon Hooligan Denim PantsTell-tale signs of mischief are all around, rubber graffiti, broken plastic and blurred images on the speed camera. And in the middle of this scene is something so sweet an...
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Overlord Riding Pants
$160.00
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Icon Overlord Riding PantsMost riding jeans these days try so hard to look casual that they lose their protective characteristics. The Icon Overlord Riding Pants definitely haven't fallen in this t...
Icon TiMax Denim Pants
Icon TiMax¬ô Denim Pants It's few and far between when you find a good pair of jeans constructed with the sport bike rider in mind. The Timax jeans deliver where others don't. Its durable denim chas...

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Simon (Clover )

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Badly Designed, Inaccurate Fit

If you want to buy a pair of these jeans, my advice would be to go up 2 sizes from your normal jeans or trouser size. Not only do they fit extremely small, they have a very low rise and therefore are more like hipsters than proper jeans. As a result they are uncomfortable to ride in, moreover they do not afford enough protection due to their low rise. I would not want to slide down the road on my backside in these whatsoever.

Peter (milltown )

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there OK

They fit decent and are comfortable to ride with but way too baggy on legs and too long when standing they drag on the ground and I'm 6'2" the size 38 are tight so there sizes run alittle small , but again very long

Edward (Inkster )

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R1

I initially liked the style of this jeans until I tried them on for the first time. I wear a 38" waist, however, the thighs were so tight that when I returned them for a 40" waist to adjust to the thigh discomfort. I was scared and ended up buying a size 42 waist instead. Needless to say, the thighs fit great now, but I have to wear my belt really tight to make the waist fit.

Josh (West Palm Beach )

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Worth it

These are great pants for any rider. In the Florida heat they are very breathable. I'm 6'2 and 150lbs and I picked a size 36. I'm normally a size 32 in jeans but I went a size up because I wear jeans under sometimes for the cold. The Fit I give 4 stars, Finish I give 5 stars, Durability I give 3 stars, features 5 stars, and cost I give 4. The durability on my pair are great just the only downside is that some of the stiches are frailing (which happens normally) but I'm not a fan of that. I wish it was a little cheaper but you can never go wrong with these pants. They WILL protect you if you ever fall and there is no doubt about that. The knee pads are adjustable so you dont have to worry about that. I have mine set on medium. There is leather on the pants on the butt area and on the inside of the knees where your legs touch the tank so that is a definite plus.

Darnzy (Carey Park )

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Great overpant

These are awesome overpants. I'm a 32-34 waist and bought the Large. Fit over my jeans with enough adjustment to make the perfect fit. Long zip makes for easy on and off with boots. A bit long in the leg when walking but fine on the bike. The only problem is the knee armor. It has three height options, but the flap with velcro can only be closed in the lowest position, which is too low for me. I have approx 33" inseam. All up though: Great overpant, huge airflow.