Icon 1000 Roughshod Pants
Really nice looking pants
Pants are great, the leather is beautiful. I am 6'2" tall with a 36" inseam. My waist in Lucky jeans is a 32. I originally ordered the 32 and could not get them buttoned. Sent them back and got 34's a couple of days later. The 34 fit nicely around the waist, but when you sit down, it pokes out in the back at the belt line a bit. They are supposed to be hemmed, but unhemmed they are just a little short. I asked if I could get them a little longer, because wheni sit down on the bike, they come up to my shins. I was told to get taller boots. Regardless, the knee protection sits just in the right spot on the bike, and they look really great. The nice thing about the look is that they don't look like ostentatious motorcycle pants. They just look like expensive leather pants, which is nice, because you don't look like the toolbag biker guy, but you still get full protection and comfort. I would totally buy these again, and would buy another pair now if they made them a couple of inches longer.
September 15, 2014
Amazing overall, definitely recommended
I've had these for a little over a week now, no long trips just daily commuting.
First, the only bad: the button popped the second day I wore them. However, I bought a 38 when I normally wear a 40, so that's on me. Even so, the way the button is made it separated in the middle instead of ripping out of the leather, so I was able to just pop it back together. Yes, I'm going to the gym so they fit better around the waist, otherwise they for fine. I just zip up and cinch my belt over the button, it's only about a half inch short.
The good: everything else. Out of the box the leather is gorgeous, thick, black, and soft. The construction seems solid, all the stitching is even and consistent. The liner is comfortable, and not too bulky so they don't chafe. They don't look like jeans to me like others have said, but I can wear them with at t-shirt and no one comments or seems to notice (I leave my helmet and jacket at my office, then walk to another building to change into scrubs for work).
My legs are short for my 6'1" height, I normally wear a 30-32 inseam in jeans, so my true inseam is prob'ly 34. The knee armor sits just at the bottom of my kneecap when standing and comes right up over the knee when riding. The knee armor is flexible, you notice it's there but it's not uncomfortable or distracting. There's plenty of length, I haven't hemmed them but I likely will in the near future. I'm wary of just cutting them because I don't want the seam to unravel.
All in all, I'd recommend them or buy them again. I've bought the same shirt in 3 colors before when I loved it, I'm sad I can't afford to buy a few of these to have backups for when they eventually wear out. Hopefully that's not during a test of their protective abilities, but if so I'm confident they'll do the best job possible.
Lastly, Revzilla is amazing. They arrived in 2 days, no hassles. I had to return a different item and it was painless.
August 13, 2014
this product is exactly what I expected
I can mention from the beginning that are very comfortable
Secondly I can add that just such a style diazain'm not even thought that I would find .. are unique
Minimalism from unnecessary cuts and stitches
just us motorcyclists!!!!
September 27, 2013
Great feel, great look
I'll be honest I haven't ridden with them yet so I can't give a complete review, but they look great and feel great. I've purchase leather in the past, and the high quality is definitely noticeable. A great pair of stylish pants for anybody looking to make the investment.
May 7, 2013
great pants but
these pants fit awesome.thay are very nice. But on my pair the button came off the second day and both belt loops on the front ripped off.I fix them and they have been fine ever since.
February 14, 2013
As awesome as they look!
these pants are a bit of an investment, but the minute you touch them you understand that they are super well made and buttery soft. Probably the only leather pants I actually think look pretty good not just on the bike.
February 2, 2013