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The Icon Overlord Riding Jeans represents the next generation in hardcore sport jeans. The fourteen-ounce denim is equipped with the requisite Aramid knee and seat paneling, and then significantly steps up the game with molded external TPU knee plastics - the same type as found on roadrace leathers. Internally, D3O knee impact protectors can be positioned in three separate pockets to adjust for rider leg length. The Overlord Riding Jean fit is based on Icon’s relaxed fit pattern: not too baggy, not too skinny, just right for aggressive sport riding.
I'm normally a size 36' but with these get the next size up (38) as they are tight, length wise they are long and being over 6 foot it's even long for me that they will scuff the ground with no shoes on. Knee pads are easy access with three (3) holder pockets all at different heights so they can be easily adjusted. great fit when you get the right size had to send it back for next size up and with Revzilla that was no problem at all.
January 9, 2015
Pre-Review of Pants, Review of Video
Saw these in a Cycle Guide ad, on first glance they are what I designed in my head, years ago... finally somebody's made a pant exactly for me. I'm the same 32" waist as the video, 6'0" and 165 pounds and have other ICON product. Only concern is the waist looks stretched and barely buttoned up in the video, zipper not even all the way up. I'm going to the order screens next and will report more upon receipt.
September 1, 2014
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Carlos P: Wanted a pair of looser fitting motorcycle jeans with protection. The Speed and Strength Rust and Redemption jeans run a bit narrow for those with larger thighs. These jeans are a much better fit.Nov 17, 2014
Scott M: Looks cool while providing protection.Sep 25, 2014
James K: recently seen a review and liked the features.Sep 16, 2014
Shayn E: Wanted to try out a riding jean.Sep 9, 2014
A shopper asked:I would like to purchase these pants but im 6'3" and they dont have a length option. I normally wear 36 length pants, would these fit me?Jan 9, 2015
Devin M:I think almost all of these come with a 36 inch inseam and are made to be hemmed but in your case you would probably be fine without hemming them. They should be long enough. I would order at least two waist sizes bigger than your Jean size. Jan 9, 2015
Scott L:Justin: I'm not familiar with the Scorpion product but I was very impressed with the Icon Overlord jeans. They are a new product and although I "bought" them on Sept 1st, they did not arrive until just today, Sept 25th. Everything was going great until I went to button up the fly, these babies are cut way tight. A 32 waist in regular jeans will slide right off my skinny butt if I don't have a belt on, but these pants I couldn't even button them up without a fight. Sending them back for 33's. As to the jeans themselves, the have a good "weight" to them and the knees and pads are in the right places. I'd read some comments about the pads 'floating around' the pockets in some of the Icon jeans, but that didn't seem to be an issue with these. I ride a BMW and saw some BMW armored jeans on a recent trip to Vegas; they looked really good but I'm sticking with the Icon brand. I have other Icon product, and have been happy with it all. The mesh jacket is over ten years old and thanks to getting caught in the N.C. mountains in a rainstorm, it is clean as a whistle now and looks brand new. So, I'd say buy them.Sep 25, 2014
Scott L:The 'slider' on the knee is part of the reason I bought these. If you want to be dressed for church, wear discreet armor under your khakis. Compared to one piece racing leathers, these are very low-key. Are you riding, or are you just RIDING TO...Sep 25, 2014