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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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Ordered 2" below normal size, WAY too big, legs long and non-adjustable Ordered these at 38" for normal 40" waist (losing weight so dropping in size) but they were still WAY too big and also leg length not adjustable and too long for me. Also knee armor was quite low. Returned and ordered another brand. I would call Rezilla before ordering to see if these might work - way too many deficiencies for me! If they fit right, they would be fine, but fit was a big issue. November 3, 2014
Very happy so far Reason for purchase- I bought these as a new rider to wear on my commute to work. I wanted an overpant so I could wear my work clothes underneath and then just shuck these when I got to the office. Honestly, I'm lazy, and I didn't want to put on riding pants, carry work pants to the office, then change once I got there, then change again to come home. I also didn't want to break the bank getting my gear. I bought these as my first riding specific pants and so far I am very pleased as they have done exactly what I wanted. Comfort- It has been in the 40s to the 80s during my commute in the pants and these on top of my work pants have been very warm on the cool mornings. On the warmer afternoons they are pretty toasty but not uncomfortable, and they aren't making me sweat. In addition, they are more than comfortable to sit in on my 40 min ride in to work, and my 40 min to an hour ride home. They don't ride up in my junk (hey that's important to dudes) and the knee protection is just right when I am riding. I've also worn these over jeans and over khaki shorts on warmer days. With just shorts underneath (I know probably not the smartest thing) the pants are still comfortable. The front and cargo pockets have zippers that you can unzip to allow some airflow. There is also a snap and a zipper at the ankle so you can unzip the pants but leave the snap buttoned which allows you to get air flow but not have them flapping around like a pair of torn bell bottoms. ** Note **I have not used these on the 90+ degree, with 100% humidity, hot as balls, days that we have here in the south during the summer. No matter what you do, or what gear you wear, it is a fact that you will sweat in the south in the summer. I don't know how a review of sweating in the south in the summer will really be beneficial to anyone. Sizing- I listened to the sizing and ordered a 36" because I am a 36". They are big enough to easily go over every pair of pants I have worn. I won't say they are too big because they are overpants after all, but the 36" waist is probably closer to 38". I could easily wear these to gorge myself at the buffet and not have to unbutton the front button to get some after dinner relief... Like I said I am very happy with the pants so far. Be safe. October 20, 2014
pretty good Fit is a little large. Leg openings could be longer so boots slip on easier. Would buy again seem to be a decent pant October 20, 2014
Function over form, good bang for the buck As a new rider who just wanted some good protection that I could slip on over anything, these pants fit the bill. They are plain black pants--a little baggy and quite long. I normally wear 32x34 and the length ended up being perfect, although I needed a belt for the waist. I also had to move the knee pads up to the highest pockets. If your inseam is any less than 34", I would advise against these. To be honest, they remind me of a fabric-version of ski/snowboard pants with knee pads, which is fine by me. If you just want something to get you on the road safely for a good price, these are perfect. October 13, 2014
Laughable fitment I am not sure who the pants were designed for. The waist fitment is right on, but the length is for Magic Johnson. I'm 6'1" and they covered my feet. It's too bad because they are nice quality pants otherwise. I chose to keep them instead of return them because I bought them for clearance price. I spent another $40 dollars to have 4 inches removed and keep the button/zip legs. gave them a poor rating on the features, because I ended up throwing away the knee pads, because they were more like lower shin pads because of where they were located. Once I spent the money to have them modified I am happy with them except that I wish I could have kept the knee pads. I just didn't want to spend anymore on them. October 12, 2014
good product for the price I'm overall happy with the pants, I bought a 32 as that's my jean size, there is definitely plenty of room in them with jeans underneath. So far seem to be durable, no quality issues. I've ridden with these on in temperatures in the 80's and they are a little warm but not bad, could always just wear shorts under neath. Zippers don't go very far up so do have to take boots off to get them off and they could use another snap or two at the bottom cuff to close them up better but otherwise a good product. October 6, 2014
Great purchase I highly recommend these riding pants. shipped fast didnt cost me an arm and a leg September 29, 2014
Excellent protective pants. I'm 59 and typically ride 500-600 miles a day on my Versys or ST1100. I needed pants primarily for protection from a mishap and the elements. The day after I got the Brawnson pants, I took off on a 500 mile trip. They fit perfectly over my jeans and are quite comfortable. They are also well constructed. I highly recommend them to anyone who needs inexpensive protective pants. September 15, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
A S: Close out price, preferred nylon to the polyester pants I was finding, looked casual enough to walk around in and had a belt loop in the back. Sold! Oct 3, 2014
"" ": price and size. I'm 6'6" and all reviews say the pants are long. We will see. Oct 3, 2014
Daniel H: Great price, not too flashy for my Harley, and reviews indicated a longer inseam (which I have). Will be nice for warmer weather riding, too. Sep 22, 2014
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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Paolo S asked: Arethe Icon Brawnson Textile Overpants waterproof/water-repellent to a some degree? Jul 31, 2014
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Marcus G: They are water-repellent, not waterproof. Aug 6, 2014
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Tom C: I bought these for cold weather riding and they have been very good for that purpose. I don't have experience with them in rain, but I expect that the tight weave would provide some protection from rain.
Tom C.
Aug 1, 2014
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Paolo S: thank you Tom Aug 1, 2014
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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 Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
28 800340 2821-0368 Out of Stock
30 800341 2821-0369 Out of Stock
32 800342 2821-0370 Out of Stock
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36 800344 2821-0372 Out of Stock
38 800345 2821-0373 Out of Stock
40 800346 2821-0374 Out of Stock
42 800347 2821-0375 Out of Stock
44 800348 2821-0376 Out of Stock