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Firstgear HT Overpants

The HT Overpant features refined cut lines to provide superior fit in the riding position. Extended side zippers make getting in and out of this superior riding pant easier than ever–even with boots on. Articulated knees feature CE-approved, adjustable armor, for exacting fit and comfort for your longest rides. And the removable insulated liner ensures warmth when you need and is easily stowed when you don’t.


  • Classic fit: A more tailored fit
  • 420-denier nylon Hypertex outer shell for lightweight, durable all-weather protection
  • Extended side zippers for simple, on and off
  • Articulated knees with fit-adjustable CE-approved armor
  • Removable-and stowable-insulated liner pockets with YKK rubberized zippers
  • Adjustable side waist tabs for a custom fit
  • 10" conjunction zipper for jacket connection
  • Heat-resistant material on inner calf
  • 2-year limited warranty

Firstgear Men's Pants

Size Waist (in) Inseam - Regular (in) Inseam - Tall (in) Inseam - Short (in)
30 30 31.5
32 32 31.5
34 34 32 34 30
36 36 32 34.5 30
38 38 32 34.5 30
40 40 32 35.5 30
42 42 33 35.5 30
44 44 33
46 46 33
48 48 33

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Firstgear Tall Sizes are 1" to 1.5" longer in inseam length.

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Firstgear HT Overpants 4.3 5 85 85
Once again 13 months is all it take for HT pants to start leaking . I ll see if re waterproffing works . Frankly 6 times I bought firstgear and 5 times then end up being sent back for warranty. 4 of them were TPG products . Warranty is no issue but the fact that they fail is. second pair of HT pants failing. 1 was from seam opening up . 2) zipper coming lose. At these pricing it s not worth it . Rather spend more cash now then latter. First gear sucks . November 18, 2015
Nice overpant I wasn't sure what to expect in this price range. Seems like stuff is either cheap or Klim-type price. These pants are very good and I am satisfied with the purchase. Easy on with the full zip legs. Everyday riding pants that don't take forever to put on or take off. October 12, 2015
This pair of pants are a great value . I would recommend them. I wore these pant for the BMW rally in Billings Montana and they were great. I did the iron butt challenge --1000 miles in 24 hours--and drove thru thunderstorms and high winds. They stayed dry and performed flawlessly. I would highly recommend them. July 27, 2015
Great for commuting I wear these overpants every day for my commute to and back from work. They're warm enough to keep my warm in the early morning, but not to hot for the afternoon return trip. Great fit and top notch quality. June 1, 2015
disappointing 1.) A recurring theme with this brand - the forms were not correct. In other words the material is not shaped correctly before sewing them into the garment. These are over pants. I'm a pretty normally shaped, fit guy. They fit over my pants completely normally at the waist and all along the legs. But at the hip (buttocks), they are FAR too tight. The result is smashed dude parts and wrinkled dress pants. 2.) Warmth and waterproofing - these were perfectly fine. 3.) Quality - poor. Another theme with this brand. They use good materials, but the craftsmanship is poor, so seems have a tendency to pull loose. The webbing behind the crotch zipper ripped loose while removing the pants after about 3 months. 4.) Ease of use - Compared to the pants I was replacing (from Joe Rocket), these were much more difficult to put on and take off over other clothes. a.) the side zippers do not continue very far up the legs. b.) the inner liner never stays snapped into place and slides freely within the outer layer, out of position, c.) the (relatively) tight rubber band at the bottom of the inner liner holds onto your socks, holding the inner liner in while the outer layer slides off. I recognize that this is probably an element designed to help with weatherproofing, but I noticed no improved all weather performance relative to the pants these replaces. I would not recommend this brand. I bought the pants, a jacket, and gloves, all from this brand. All three demonstrated similar issues. Good materials, poor design (as in, the forms for the material were not shaped correctly, not as in the visual design), and very poor craftsmanship. April 19, 2015
Great pants I used to just layer up prior to going out for a ride. Now that I live where the temps are from 30s to 70s year around and rains a lot, I wanted something that would keep me warm. These pants are well worth it, I order my pants size and it fit snug at first but broke in and it's very comfortable. Knee pads are adjustables and easy to get in and out of the pants. April 5, 2015
Great Riding Pants I wear these over my jeans, and with a pair of Sidi Apex boots. The 32s fit me really well (5'11", 150 pounds, athletic build). Someone complained about the location of the knee armor but I was able to slightly reposition it on the velcro that holds it in place and now the armor lines up perfectly with my knees. The legs unzip all the way up and the removable liner automatically opens as you unzip each leg, so I've not had any problems putting them on over my boots. Although they look great in black, I would have chosen a lighter color if it were available. It would be cooler in the summer where I live (AZ desert). February 3, 2015
Well made, but poor design These pants are huge..! Very baggy and not easy to don on/off even with shoes, let alone riding boots. Not the best choice for the daily rider/commuter... too cumbersome. My main issue though is with the knee protection. The pads hang low and the top of the pad sticks under the knee making walking uncomfortable. When on the bike with knees bent, they cover the knees but are far from comfortable. They're worth the money but consider spending more and getting a more ergonomic design. January 26, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Lisa Y: My son loves them, they don't leak, they are durable and lasted for 5 years of hard riding, that's why I am buying him another pair. Nov 14, 2015
Tracy B: reviews online from previous owners Oct 16, 2015
David G: Best bang for the buck! Jun 29, 2015
gary t: I have done a lot of research to find rain gear for my up and coming trip, hopefully they will fit the bill. I will leave a review after I put them through the passes on my 4000 + trip in august out to Colorado. Jun 27, 2015
adam w: Good reviews, great protection and I've always had good luck with Firstgear products. Apr 1, 2015
Billy O: Needed a new pair of quality riding pants. Feb 10, 2015
thorick g c: I already have some Alpinestars overpants that have been working well for years. I want a backup pair of overpants. The alpinestars are baggy enough to fit over regular everyday pants AND a pair of asterisk knee braces over those. I hope the FirstGear pants are also baggy enough for this too. Jan 27, 2015
Stephen S: Firstgear makes great stuff, and I needed good four-season, all-weather overpants. Jan 1, 2015
Howard N: Strong reviews. Own other FirstGear products. Dec 29, 2014
Chris L: Not a big fan of my legs being frozen while riding. Really don't like the idea of being on the highway for 500 to 600 miles a day without some protection between my precious skin and the pavement. Seem like a good choice. Dec 24, 2014
Kimberley W: My husband picked it out due to the reviews. Dec 1, 2014
Raymond W: Stopping to put on rain gear is a pain and I never do it until it's too late. So I'm buying these pants to wear most of the time. I also ride a lot at night when it is cooler and just want something that I don't have to stop and struggle to put on. Nov 30, 2014
Mark T: I needed some cold weather pants and the reviews on these were good. I rode the entire summer in Firstgear HT Air pants and they fit well so I decided to stick with what I know. I did try on some Klim Latitude pants but they didn't fit and I considered Aerostich Darien pants but in the end I decided to save some money and give the HT Overpants a try. I only wish Firstgear would have included D30 armor in these pants. Oct 14, 2014
Torrey G: Great reviews, they say the sizing is true to your size, I hope so. Weather is getting cold here and I still want to ride in comfort. Oct 13, 2014
David F: Hope these babys aren't too warm in summer! Sep 16, 2014
Andrew G: I chose HT over pants for commuting to work. Difficult to find good over pants in Australia and HT over pants appear to have good reviews. Jul 15, 2014
Gordon H: Something that will allow me to ride below 45F and that is easy to put on and get off. May 25, 2014
Steve F: I purchased these for commuting to work. Mar 29, 2014
Steve A: Friends have them and like them a lot. Feb 16, 2014
Charles M: Bought the Kili jacket. needed pants to go with.. Old pants getting a little snug on me..as did my jacket. Jan 24, 2014
Kelby S: Excellent pants for the price. My wife has them and loves them. I wanted an overpant with adjustable CE armor. This fit the bill and the build is excellent Dec 28, 2013
M O: revzilla's video description and the price sold me. Dec 3, 2013
John Z: Two reasons: 1) I have heard read positive reviews of these, and 2) I have a very short inseam, and the other overpants were just too long. Nov 21, 2013
A shopper asked: What are the differences between this HT overpants vs the other HT overpants for $212.45 on your site? Dec 19, 2013
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eric p: I have actually owned the older pair and now use the newer pair. There are two main differences that I noticed.

First being the weight of the fabric. The newer style uses a lighter fabric in the shell. 420 vs. 600 weight polyester.

Second is the cut of the pant. The newer model has a slimmer fit. The older model was much more baggy, which was kind of annoying.

I think the new style is much better. The weight of the shell is sufficient. I have worn these pants for short commutes this winter, coldest being 14F, with pants and thermal underwear and have been comfortable. And the cut is nice, they don't look like Hammer Pants.

Dec 20, 2013
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John A: I honestly can't tell you, I ordered a pair of close out HT over pants, it showed online they were in-stock in my size, but the Revzilla people let me know right away the pants I ordered could not be found in the warehouse, so I then placed an order for the new HT Over pants - If it helps the pants are great, they fit well and are easy to take on and off - Well as easy as can be expected for Over Pants....... Dec 20, 2013
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scott b: The other HT Overpant is the one from Fall 2010 I believe. This one is their current 2014 model. The one different I noticed was that in the 2010 model is that the thermal liner in it zips in to the shell. What this means is that in order to zip up the leg, you need to unzip the shell AND unzip the thermal liner.

Probably other diffs as well, but that was a decider for me.
Dec 20, 2013
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Arun P: i do not know. I am satisfied with the one i bought. Dec 20, 2013
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Matthew B asked: Do these pants vent?I'll be wearing them from 35 up to 75 degrees. Thanks. Sep 18, 2014
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Tom W: You can vent the legs with the dual zippers, but I wear these pants without the liner until temps get to the mid to upper 70's with no need, as long as you have the liner removed. With the liner I've been comfortable with temps down in to the mid 20's. Great pair of pants and fit great, just make sure you order your regular pant size. They are sized to compensate for you regular pants. Sep 18, 2014
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David P: Hi Matthew
These pants do not vent directly. But they should work well in the temperature range of 35 to 75 you are asking about. I have an old pair and a new pair. I usually ride in a pair of shorts with the over pants on. If it is to hot I just take the lining out. They have worked very well for me for the money. The old pair zipped higher on the side then the new ones do, I liked that better. The new ones have a large pocket on the left leg which I really like.
Hope this this helps
Sep 22, 2014
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Kevin D: No they do not vent. That being said I wear mine all year long going to and from work. Here in the south it can get very hot once you get going on the bike the heat doesn't bother me.
Sep 19, 2014
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Philip W: They do not have vents, but with the thermal liner out you should be comfortable at 75 degrees. If you spend a lot of time stopped in the sun you'll warm up, but riding is fine. Sep 19, 2014
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Gilbert L: These pants do not vent. Even without the insulated liner, they are quite warm when worn over a pair of jeans in temps past the mid 60s. Sep 18, 2014
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Matthew B: Thanks, Kevin. I ended up going w/ the Tourmaster Flex. Sep 19, 2014
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Matthew B: Thanks, Tom. Sep 19, 2014
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Matthew B: Thanks. Sep 19, 2014
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Kevin K asked: Liking the pants but looking for suspender options. What's available? Is there something that may use the zipper in the back? I see Revzilla has two Klim suspenders. Neither are zipper in the back and both seem to use different methods to attach.

What is easiest/best suspender option for Firstgear HT Overpants to keep them up on my big-belly-no-butt body?
Jan 9, 2015
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John W. W: Pants are very warm. if its not at least 50 degrees or below out, you are gonna sweat a lot. When I get home or to work I have to change out as fast as possible, I do wear under armor thermals also, when it drops below 40. as for suspenders, the material is a little slick so a pair with some teeth on or rubber grip I would recommend. I only wear these in the winter months by the way, I have not worn them as just the outer shell. Hope this helps Jan 9, 2015
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Charles M: I use some plain old run of the mill clip on suspenders. With attic ends and no teeth so won't wear on fabric. Works great. Still can use rear zipper. Jan 9, 2015
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Kevin K: Thanks for the quick responses.

"Attic" ends? Is that like a clamp-on friction end without the teeth (or pin) that most have? I mentioned the zipper because I thought it made an obvious attachment for suspenders. I don't wear a jacket that would use the zipper.

I'm thinking of the HT Air for warmer times but those seem far off right now.
Jan 9, 2015
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Bernard G: I am not aware of any suspender options. Jan 9, 2015
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A shopper asked: These pants water proof to any degree? I'm a big guy. 6-2 295 lbs. How slim is the fit in the thigh butt? Other recommendations for pant.

Nov 18, 2014
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Ari S: Hi Wally, I can't answer for the tight but :) but they've been totally water proof for me. Easy to put on and take off. The folks at Revzilla were very helpful to find the right size (I'm 5'5") so give them a call and I'm sure they'll give you good advice. . Ride Safe,
Nov 19, 2014
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Todd D: i have not used them in the rain yet but they are supposed to be water proof. I really like the pants and I do have plenty of room to where a pair of jeans under them. I am a small guy though. 5-10 160 lbs. Nov 18, 2014
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Michael B: I ride them in the rain all the time and have not gotten wet yet. As for sizing I'm 6'1" 255 - 260 and there's plenty of room in the thighs and seat. Nov 18, 2014
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Charles M: I'm 38 waist xl fits me. Works well in rain. Kept me dry. Love the pants. Go well with my Kilimanjaro jacket. Which I love as well. Nov 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the fly on these pants actually work for access (i.e., bathroom), or does it only provide room for the waist to expand? I ask because I have the Tourmaster Overpant and, the fly only allows for waist expansion. Mar 9, 2014
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Tom W: You hit on the only complaint I have about these pants. The fly! No access for when nature calls. The more annoying feature is the material behind the zipper to keep water out is seen in so close to the teeth of the zipper, it's all but
Impossible to zip without getting the material caught in the zipper........which I guess is better than getting something else caught........

Other than that, great pants! Comfortable down in to the 20's and excellent in the rain.
Mar 9, 2014
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Gilbert L: The fly on these pants won't provide access due to the extension flap in front. I believe that it's just there to provide for expansion. Mar 11, 2014
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David B: The fly does not open. There is fabric behind the zipper to prevent water for entering. The waist is adjustable. Mar 9, 2014
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Kelby S: It is space for the waist to expand. There is webbing/nylon that blocks the fly area (I assume for wind). Mar 9, 2014
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John T asked: I'm almost ready to order these pants, but I still have a sizing question... Im 6'8" tall and 205lbs. I usually wear a 36 waist and a 36 inseam. I cant stand short pants!! But the sizing chart shows I must order a 40"+ waist to get a 36" inseam?? Is this correct? Ive got long legs and dont want to have bare ankles while sitting on the bike. Any advise for a tall guy with a normal pants size of 36X36?? Jan 12, 2015
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Gary M: John T,

As far as sizing, There are velcro straps that will tighten down the waist. I am not sure if they will go as far down to 36". The inseam, I am 6'6" tall and the inseam fits is acceptable. The velcro strap at the bottom of pant leg snugs down around my boot at the ankle nicely. I wear these for daily commuting in Oregon as a all-weather rider.

I know the pains of being a tall rider and attempting to find tall sized riding gear.

Good Luck.

Jan 13, 2015
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Daniel B: I'm 6'2" 180. I wear a 33 or 34 waist and 34 inseam for jeans. I ordered the 34T (tall) and think they're perfect for me. My first reaction was they were way too big and I wanted to send them back, but they seem to fit much better with the boots (definitely not short pants). You can buy a 36T, no? If ordering a 36T is equivalent to my 34T, I would say the pants will be plenty long (based on my experience). I usually wear the pants over jeans on my winter commute. Jan 13, 2015
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Albert C: When I first ordered the pants I requested a waist size 34 which was my jean size,they didn't fit,not even close.You have to measure around u'r belly,they fit high.On reorder I ordered a 40 & they fit great.The length worked fine based on my normal jean length.I would suggest you measure 'round u'r belly & go with a 36 length.Revzilla was great to work with,I really like them.They are easy to find if you ever have a problem or a question. -AL,Helena,Montana- Jan 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: Have not had good success with overpant inseam sizing bottom of jeans almost always gets wet. I am 5'-11' , 196 lbs and wear size is 33''-33'.jeans. RIde Harley bagger. Leg when seated on bike is right angle with foot on floor boards. not forward controls. Does the HT Overpant cover the entire boot in this type of seated position? If yes do i purchase the 34 -34 or 34 -32

Oct 21, 2014
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David B: I wear a 38x30 jeans and per the instructions, I got the same size over pants. They fit a little snug with the liner in and baggy with the liner out wich is how I wear them. The leg length is generous, slightly dragging the floor when standing. It's hard to say if the bottom of your cuff will stay dry in a hard rain, but your ankles will be dry Oct 21, 2014
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Bernard G: Sorry for the delay but I needed to check. I'm also 5' 11" and wear a 34x33 or 34x34 jean. I have the 34" and the coverage is great. I ride a BMW 1200 RT so my riding position isn't quite the same but I think you'll have plenty of coverage. Oct 27, 2014
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Kevin D: I ride a Valkyrie and a Vstrom; the pants work great. The best I can rember I went up one size.
Oct 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do these pants have pockets for hip armor or padding? Feb 14, 2014
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Arun P: Do not recal seeing these pockets. Not really how the hip armor works so could have missed them
Suggest you post your question to the manufacturer
Feb 14, 2014
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Roger E: they already have a light hip pad. Feb 15, 2014
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Charles M: Just padding. Feb 14, 2014
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Charles M asked: Do these new pants have an internal storm cuff like the older pants??? Jan 17, 2014
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David C: Yes they do. Apart from the outer Velcro closure there is an elastic cuff with snaps and velcro inside. I never had a pair of the older style but I'm almost positive it's the same storm system. Jan 17, 2014
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Tom W: Yes. Did a 4 hour ride in 40 degree rain a couple of weeks ago and stayed dry and warm! Jan 17, 2014
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Gordon H: Yes, it does. I ride with it in the mid 40s without any problems. Jan 17, 2014
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Caine B asked: I have the older ( first Gen) with hook and loop liner. They came with standard removable EVA soft foam for knee and hip. Can I purchase CE rated knee and hip armor ( 3DO?) for the HT overpant? Jan 1, 2015
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Steve H: I love these pants. Got one for me and one for my wife. Easy on and off. I know the knee pads are removable. They are on velcro so you can adjust them to hit your knee right when riding. I honestly have not checked to see if the hips are replaceable, but I don't think that would be necessary. I am happy with the stock protection. Jan 15, 2015
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christopher g: Yes you can. I don't know about the 3DO armor in particular but the supplied armor does come out easily and I feel that the 'CE-approved armor' that comes with the pants are quality enough not to need an upgrade. Jan 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will the HT overpants attach to the Kilamanjaro jacket by zipper without modification? Dec 28, 2013
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Johnmark M: I'm not sure what the Kilimanjaro jacket zipper looks like, but I can tell you the HT Overpants zipper is 10 inches long - fits my joe rocket jacket (different brand) perfectly.

I hope this helps.
Dec 29, 2013
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Ari S: I don't know the answer. I don't have that Jacket. Sorry. The pants are great! Dec 28, 2013
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