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The scorched earth stands weary. A crumbling infrastructure suffering from decades of neglect fractures under the weight of your knobbed tires. Even the dirt hisses for relief, but there is none. The ICON 1000 Beltway Pant stands tall amidst this decay. Highland coated canvas chassis with Brazilian cowhide overlays, relaxed fit, and a staunch call to duty define the Beltway silhouette. D3O® knee impact protectors provide impact force dispersion while large articulated leather knees help resist the abrasive quality of toothy tarmac. In a world of throwaway excess, the ICON 1000 Beltway stands for persevering quality and rugged individuality.
hope Icon improves the stitching.
When I first received my Beltway, I was really impressed with the look, fit and quality-feel. Overall I like these pants but mine did have some issues....
The stitching on the pockets and belt-loops just fell-away after a couple of weeks of riding.
Knee protectors sit a little low.
what I'd like to see added:
Hip protectors would be welcome especially at this price-point.
These used to be my favorite riding-pants but given how easy the stitching collapsed, I no longer trust them.
Hopefully Icon will improve on these as I really like the style and would buy them again.
March 1, 2014
excellent but no length option
excellent product fits so well except for length, as there is no options there.
is very comfortable and i can walk around in them very easily.
due to the length the armour sits a little low in there pouches but will be fixed by stitching the bottom of the pouch up so it sits a bit higher.
November 25, 2013
Alright Icon! (but a problem with D3o knee armor)
Icon's Beltway pants rock. Made a weekend run from Baltimore to Atlanta: Weather started out in the low 50's with occasional drizzle and warmed up into the high 60's going down; then low 50's down to the mid 30's for the return run. Icon's Beltway pants worked perfectly. Pant material is thick and promises to be long lasting. Cut/style is right on with the pants working with my Sidi On-Road boots and, unlike Icon's Brawnson pant, the Beltway's pants have belt loops wide enough to hold a man sized belt.
I did feel some compression in the knee area when wearing these and for the review wanted to see how well Icon's Stryker Knee Field Armor fit underneath... That is when I discovered that both of the D3o armor pads that comes with the Beltway pants has split apart. I am attaching a photo so you can see it. I would haggle for a replacement, but I don't think the armor pads are defective as much has the tearing is a result of the armor pocket design causing twisting torque on that area of the armor.
The other nagging issue is wondering how well the resin coating will hold up, and what to do about it when it wears off. (Think of how you can re-treat Filson's waxed cotton hunting clothes.)
All in all those two problems are secondary to the how impressed I was with the substantial quality of the materials Icon used to make the pants and the cut/style of the design. I highly recommend these, but would like to see Icon examine the D3o issue.
November 11, 2013
Fit and workmanship - first class
The only issue I found with these pants is that the relaxed fit is a bit too relaxed depending on the type of bike you ride. I'm on a sport-tourer and the legs are a bit wide at the cuff for me; they tend to flap as speed, enough to be annoying, in spite of having left the pants with a substantial break when hemming. My recommendation is that you take them in at the cuff when hemming. I skipped this step due to the fact that I was awaiting shipment on a new pair of boots and wanted to wait and make sure that cuffs would fit correctly over the boot tops so I'm making a second trip to the tailor.
Beyond all the above, the fit and workmanship are first class. These pants are not immediately noticeable as motorcycle pants in spite of offering significant protection when wearing, which is the effect that you are probably going for. i commute to the office daily and on most days wear a pair of overpants to keep my dress clothes in good shape. But I am able to wear the Icons on casual Fridays and feel better dressed than folks who show up in denim - very comfortable and relaxed both on and off the bike.
July 26, 2013
Stylish cross-over leather pant.
Breathable leather pant. Excellent for summer riding in mountain climate (hot days with rapidly cooling evenings). Comfortable fit. Looks good on and of the bike.
July 15, 2013
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H I: When I commute to work, it's a 60 mile one-way, and the weather in Maine is mostly cool and wet often, so I need protection and some warmth. And it's nice to get that without a dedicated bad weather pair of pants. And they look rugged and cool!Dec 11, 2013
Matthew L asked:Is there any feedback/input from staff or customers on the water resistance of these pants? I've never come across this material before.Oct 7, 2013
Yesenia C:It has already rain/snowed here in the Rockies. I ride 30 min including interstate, to and from work. These pants stay dry and warm at 42 degrees with rain. No complaints thus far.Oct 7, 2013