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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
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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
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
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.
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
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
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