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Understated style that goes over-the-top is the best way to describe the Brawnson Textile Overpants. Icon's relaxed fit and ultra-tough 900 denier chassis is a no B.S. combination. What else would you expect from a pant called Brawnson? Remember the Brawnsons are an 'overpant' which means they are already sized up on size. Therefore buy a size 34 to wear over your size 34 jeans. If your plan on running your Brawnson's commando then buy one size smaller than your normal waist size.

  • Icon loose overpant fit pattern
  • Durable nylon chassis
  • Removable/adjustable ce knee impact protectors
  • Large thigh pockets with zipper closures
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Awkward sizing I would have loved this pant if it weren't for the legs being so long. I ordered according to size chart, but the armor still fit at my shins, 4in below where it should've been. July 14, 2014
Good product for the price!!! I am normally a size 34 and i ordered a 32. Still a bit large and very long. Will need altering. Still a great deal for the price. Excellent for commuting July 14, 2014
Huge bang for the buck! I commute to work on my bike and needed something to cover my dress and uniform pants. They're perfect for cool mornings and a little toasty when it's above 75 degrees but that's to be expected from overpants. I was skeptical, but they do run true to your jean waist size so don't buy the next bigger size. They're a little long walking around (34 inseam), but are perfect on the bike and the knee armor is right where it should be. May 26, 2014
For long legged fellow Extremely baggy in the legs and I am to short between the crotch and the knee. 5'10" and 182lbs. Usual size 33 or 34X32 in jeans. Bought 34 waist. Description in video and above very accurate. Wearing over jeans still plenty of room in waist and requires a belt, but appropriate and feels great in the butt. For me the length and baggy legs do not work. Armor sits to low even in highest position and way to baggy from the knees down. Other than zipper and one snap, no adjustment below knee. Great product for the price, but would fit gentlemen with longer inseams better. May 16, 2014
Good features I needed a pair of casual riding pants with the following features: -Knee armor -Cargo pockets -Black (not leather) -Cool and comfy These pants fulfill 1, 2 and 3, but they are rather hot and stuffy. To be fair, I ride in 80+ weather year round. My only other minor complaint is that they make a lot of noise, but that is to be expected. Overall I feel safe, the knee armor fits me well, and the cargo pockets are ENORMOUS. I am 6'2 / 200 and ordered a 32. The waist fits snug - I think I could have gone with a 34, but the 32 does fit and is not uncomfortable. Good pair of pants! February 24, 2014
(Charles) Brawnson Pants - PeeWee Herman Belt Loops Other reviewers commented on the snowboard-pants feel of the pant legs (and they are ridiculously enormous); but for me main reason to choose these riding pants over the others is the idea of having a regular back pocket for my wallet and belt-loops so I can chain said wallet to me. (Let's face it gear designers, for the 'road', the simple belt is the time proven way to keep your pants up; so whatever system you develop is simply never going to be as long-lasting as the Belt-Loop.) Icon has all the right ingredients: tough textile material, knee armor (with optional D3o upgrade), some venting, normal back pockets, but the belt-loops are so small a dress belt is about all that will fit through them; so I am going to have to give the Icon Brawnson Pants a "design-fail" rating. ps: yes I know it is "Bronson", but you see where I wanted to go. October 21, 2013
Sturdy "jeans" Most descriptions are right on the money: Order your regular size for over pants, and one size down to wear as jeans. I did not find the length too long while on the bike. Solid construction, good fit, not too baggy - "American cut" I would call it. I feel more assured/protected wearing these as opposed to regular jeans. Open all the zippers on the pockets for improved ventilation. Certainly not mesh-like ventilation, but better than the plastic bag feel of wearing waterproof/breathable riding pants. July 1, 2013
Solid pants These are some heavy duty pants. One of the things I liked from the description is that these pants have lots of pockets. What I discovered is that the front pockets have a mesh liner that goes straight to the skin. I don't know if they were designed to double as vents but they do let some air through. They are cut to be overpants, I wear 40x32 Carhartt jeans and these pants in a size 40 fit over them with room, I have to put on a belt to keep them up. In the summer I would feel safe wearing these on top of gym shorts just for riding. The are long too, I'd guess a 34 inch inseam. The only problem with the length is the knee pads sit low on me, even adjusted to the highest inside pocket. Dollar for dollar, these are a great pair of pants. If you don't ride in the rain (I dont), there is nothing better to spend your money on. April 15, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Silvestre C: It seems like a solid looking over pant for a great price! Jun 26, 2014
Christopher N: Value and design. Jun 17, 2014
Andy H: my normal gear spring and fall is a roadcrafter suit with a gebring vest. During summer I want to go 2 piece. I have an older hein gericke in great condition. My last pair of riding pants got shredded 3 years ago...saved my butt though! Jun 7, 2014
Charles D: On closeout, and look like good simple riding pants. Also-- the video helped me choose a pair of pants. May 21, 2014
Brian D: Good price. Work well with my commute. May 18, 2014
C M: I needed some over pants and couldn't pass up this price. $66 with a coupon! May 4, 2014
Azeez A: Great price Apr 2, 2014
Jacob K: first time rider neede some decent overpants that didnt break the bank. Mar 25, 2014
Chad H: price and style. but they were way too big and the knee armor was too low, so had to return them Mar 8, 2014
G R: Needed something to wear over work clothes on my commute. Have used them with jeans under them or with riding shorts only. Great pants for the price. Feb 14, 2014
Taylor O: Easy protection while commuting Nov 2, 2013
David S: Nylon pants with wimpy knee protection. Not really worth the money, but hey, we ride and we shop. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: Easy or difficult to put on over boots? Jan 6, 2012
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TheLuggage: Unless you have tiny feet (and tiny boots), don't try putting on the pants over your boots; there just isn't the space and you'll doubtless tear the mesh lining sooner rather than later. Since this gear is meant to be worn the entire time you're riding, just put them on after your jeans and before your boots. Oct 1, 2012
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foobar: As with most over pants, it's still a little chore to get these on over boots. There's always mornings where they will just glide over footwear but for the most part, you'll spend about 10 seconds pulling them around your favorite riding footwear. Jan 7, 2012
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HomestakeJake: I wear a size 13 boot and can't get them on and off over the boots. The side zips do make it easer, however to get boots on and off while wearing the pants. With a pair of side zip boots, I'm in and out in 3 minutes or less. Apr 15, 2013
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johnairhead: The zipper only goes up to below the knee. So they are next to impossible to put on over boots. I saw myself eventually destroying the mesh if I left my boots on. Jan 12, 2012
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mistermarcus: I put my boots on after I put the pants on like normal pants. Depending on your boot size you may have trouble putting them over your boots. Oct 16, 2012
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Edison: You'll have to put the boots on first Sep 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm I going to catch fire if I wear these on 90 degree days?

How about 30 degree days; will I catch fire then?
Mar 18, 2013
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RevZilla: Unless you douse your unmentionables is gasoline every morning, you probably won't burst into flames on a 90 degree day. There might be some sparks, but no inferno. And unless you go commando and work up some serious friction, you'll be safe on a 30 degree day too.

But really, these things are pretty warm. They don't flow a ton of air, so 90 degree days would be rough. You won't die of spontaneous combustion, but you're not going to be very comfortable. With a bunch of layers you could probably do 30 degrees, but it wouldn't be ideal.

Simply put, these pants are geared towards more mild temperatures.
Mar 20, 2013
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HomestakeJake: The front pockets are mesh backed and if you leave them open will vent some. I went riding just the other day in these over a pair of jeans with the weather channel telling me it was 78 degrees. Didn't get uncomfortable at all. Apr 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: My son has a 27-28 " waist and a 31-32" inseam, He is 6'0 tall , 140-145 lbs.
what is the best size pant for him?
May 21, 2014
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Icon Men's Pant Sizing

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
28 800340 2821-0368 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
30 800341 2821-0369 Out of Stock
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34 800343 2821-0371 Out of Stock
36 800344 2821-0372 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
38 800345 2821-0373 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
40 800346 2821-0374 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
42 800347 2821-0375 Out of Stock
44 800348 2821-0376 Out of Stock