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The ICON rider demands both speed of engagement and stealth of approach. No pant is better suited than the Overlord Resistance Pant. Attack fit, fit adjustment straps, and Unit-Fused construction minimizes weight & increases comfort all while adding multi-tiered layering. Internally, D3O CE Impact Protectors and external injected knee plates, are composited with Battlehide leather and Fighter Mesh. The Overlord Resistance Pant completes the uniform of the highly mobile street combatant.
Icon Attack Fit
Nylon chassis with Unit-Fused thigh and knee paneling
D30 CE Certified knee impact protectors
Leather panels and the inside of the knees and saddle area
Good pant, true to size, warm for summer
Overall happy with these pants, they fit true to my 32 waist. I'm 6' 175lbs, lean athletic build. Could imagine these being very tight on someone with large legs, kinda snug on me and as stated I'm in the thinner side. Certainly feel much more protected than a pair of jeans with the tough fabric, reinforced areas and some simple knee protection. Could be a little warm and uncomfortable on hot days. Perfect for ~70-75 degree riding temps in my opinion, otherwise you'll sweat, not that breathable. Still my go to pants for most days. I would recommend for (better than jeans) protection and a higher sense of safety for abrasion resistance and some minimal knee protection.
September 15, 2014
Sturdy, but a tad Clunky
First off, let me discuss the sizing of these pants. They fit exactly as you would expect. I normally wear a 32 jean and they fit excellently in a size 32. However, if you are short you may want to think of something else. I'm about 5'6 and these are pretty long for me. The knee adjustment pockets and strap along the knee make it easy to align the internal knee pads, but if you're much shorter than 5'6 its really not going to fit. They are just on the border for myself. If you are buying these as over pants then I would go a size up.
Stylistically, they look good. My only complaint is that they do tend to bunch up at the knees quite a bit. Not to the point where I would return them, but if your finicky you might. It's going to be painfully obvious you're wearing specialized gear when you're off the bike, so not the type of pants to wear to a cook-out or something.
Very confident in the protection these are going to offer. Not crash tested, but they knee armor feels sturdy and the hip armor will definitely help over standard jeans. My only complaint is that they lack any tailbone protection, so if you go down on your backside it's going to hurt.
With all this said, I would certainly recommend these to anyone looking to up the protection.
May 31, 2014
overall good quality
Received mine very fast. im 5' 9.5" 210lbs. bought a size 34 because my waist is 32-33. if you workout and have huge thighs, id recommend going to a 36. calves have plenty of room. also if your short, your knee pads are gonna be shin pads even when adjusted to the highest slot. also make sure you inspect the clothing. i received mine with the velcro on the outside knee area coming apart. looks like the glue didnt set completely or heat up enough when pressed together and pealed apart. but you get what you pay for and its worth the price.
April 16, 2014
Great product for the price, a few things to keep in mind.
Overall product is great! The pants and textile are high quality with good stitching and feel. protection is good for the price but the pants are on the small side. They recommend going one size up if your looking for overpants. I went two sizes up to be safe and they barely fit. If looking for a single pant these are great and slightly small. Go one size up. If looking for an overpant. Go AT LEAST two sizes up.
February 4, 2014
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A shopper asked:I would only be using these as overpants; Know they aren't designed that way, but Icon gear is always super baggy and I'm a scrawny dude (5'6" 140). If I order one size up from my normal jeans size (instead of a 30, which is actually kinda loose, just order a 32) do you think it's going to be way too snug or can I get away with it for an hour to and from destinations? The pants are slick, just don't think I'll ever want to wear riding pants all day and can't go commando in the shop...people will stare...Sep 25, 2013
Trevor B asked:Hi , I am 5'4 , I wear a 30waist and 30 inseam for jeans . Will 30 waist and 32 inseam on the overlord resistance pants fit me . I'm worried that if I go with 32 inseam that the knee protectors will not be in the right position. Any thoughts ? I really like these riding pants .Feb 25, 2015
Chris S:You can place the knee guards in three different positions (short, medium, and tall) it's a pretty good amount of adjustability. You should have no problem getting the knee pads in the correct position. Also, remember, these will be covering your knees while you're in riding position on your bike, so they may sag a little lower when you're standing straight up. I think these pants run a little small in the waist, so if you don't have much room in a regular 30 waist I would consider going up a size or two in the waist.Feb 25, 2015