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Designed to be functional and versatile, the Overlord textile overpant is fully loaded with removable CE approved knee armor inside its nylon shell. Mechanical stretch panels allow articulation without binding.  Icon's Loose Fit pattern gives plenty of room to comfortably layer up underneath. If you're in the market for a general purpose nylon overpant the Overlord textile has the qualities you'll need.

  • ICON loose overpant fit pattern
  • Removable CE knee impact protectors
  • Durable nylon chassis
  • Adjustable waist straps
  • Breathable panels for venting
  • Ribbed flex panels on knees
  • Zippered side pockets for secure storage
  • Ratchet waist closure

Note: Overpants no longer ship with hip pads.

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Icon Overlord Textile Overpants 4.2 5 62 62
Awesome Pants Before I bought this savage pair of pants I read the reviews here which made me nervous these dudes are saying they were to long personally I don't have that issue these monsters fit like a dream and I look like a warrior in them! Fantastic pants they are baggy so you can fit your jeans or slacks under them with no issue I also love the ratchet buckle very cool feature! August 25, 2014
A little baggy....but a little short when seated I'm 6'3" and found these pants to be a little short when seated on the bike. Otherwise, the waist and leg width was fine. Very comfortable pants. I have not crash tested these pants so I can't comment on that. While riding at speed, I never felt hot in these pants and even quite awhile at a standstill I didn't feel stifled. Recommend these pants (if they're still sold). September 10, 2014
Ok, not great I've had these pants for several months now and if given the chance, I would not spend the money a second time on them again. Pros: - Inexpensive - Adequate protection - Flows enough air to be comfortable Cons - Baggy and huge! (go at least one size down) - No hip armor - No access to internal pockets on the jeans/shorts you're wearing - Unable to put on over boots July 7, 2014
great pants I got these on closeout, was a great deal. They fit large so I can wear whatever underneath. They can also be worn alone just fine. They breathe very well and look great. June 30, 2014
Good over-all pant Purchased these because I was looking to bump up the protection. Pants have plenty of room in the seat and legs. Waist was just a hair small but still fit. My biggest concern with how baggie the legs are is if the armor is going to stay in place during a crash. I can speak to weather they will or not as I have not wiped out yet (knock on wood). The legs are fairly long and work well to cover your boot while on the bike. They are a little long to walk around in as they drag in the back. May 20, 2014
Good S**t fit great, sizing was on point, was exactly what i was looking for. i use them for colder weather to break the wind and they work good, but still would have good enough airflow for warmer weather riding. adds a layer of comfort in adding extra protection April 1, 2014
Awesome entry level overpant I wear a 36" waist pant and ordered a 36. I'm 6' so the length is just right when on the bike. They slip on over my jeans easily, though I do have to take my shoes off. If they were big enough to go over my shoes they would be way to baggy in the leg. For this price it is an awesome product. March 10, 2014
Working as intended, but weak durability They look great, feel great, and are easy to get in and out of. They fit like overpants should, but they're about 4 inches too long for my 30" inseam while standing. For riding (the sole purpose of buying them in the first place) they look and fit perfectly. Walking around, however, they look like snowboarding pants on me and I'm forced to walk funny to keep them from dragging. I suppose I could take them to the tailor, but ain't nobody got time for that! Protection and durability are the weakest links here. There is no hip, thigh or butt armor. It comes with removable knee armor, but it's worthless given how long and baggy the pants are. Even if I could get the armor at the right height, it would just move around in the event of a crash and your knees would hate life at that point. I strap separate knee guards on underneath. Durability. I have owned these pants now for four months and commute in them every day. After two months, an outer seam in the leg started to come a part (almost an inch long) and has started to fray. One of the inner pockets has a hole in it somehow. I now have 50 cents jingle every time I take a step. It sounds like I'm wearing spurs now. The only efficient way to get my money out is to cut it out, but I won't do that because lawd only knows what kind of damage that may lead to in the future. Lastly, one of the two fasteners that attach the front closure system popped out. If the other goes, there's no way to keep my pants up unless I gain a few inches in my gut -- which I refuse to do, as awesome as that process may seem. Despite its flaws, for about a hunnit dollas, I'd still recommend them to others (with a word of caution to be nice to them). As long as the front closure system holds up, I'm sure they'll last me a while longer. February 6, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Darren L: Winter riding with heated liners..... Sep 5, 2014
John L: I like the style and they were decently priced. But I ended up returning them because they were a little longer than i would have liked. Otherwise good overpants. May 31, 2014
Paul L: Mostly based on the price and size options. I have trust in revzilla and that helped in my choice. Thank you.

May 27, 2014
Jeffery M: Economical commuter pant Apr 27, 2014
Jon P: Protection, Price and to go with an Icon jacket Apr 18, 2014
Nicolas C: I'm a loyal Alpinestars fan, but they didn't offer anything like these for the price I was looking for at the time. After seven months, a couple seams are fraying and the front ratchet system has popped out of the fabric. I only have the waist adjusters holding the pants up. Durability isn't that great, but they did well while they lasted. I paid $100 for them at the time. Mar 20, 2014
Clarence S: I have an Icon jacket and wanted something to match. Feb 18, 2014
Christopher F: To commute to work Oct 26, 2013
Jay l: Great price & decent reviews . the pants look dependable Ill find out as soon as I get them & take a ride on a brisk NH am Oct 4, 2013
Khary M: Reasonable price, correct color, seems functional. Oct 1, 2013
David Ryan S: Needed some protection for week end ride and sometimes commute to work. Sep 12, 2013
Vishan P asked: Guys, does this pant have hip armour or not please? Aug 19, 2013
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MUCIO L: It does not, it has knee protection only. Aug 20, 2013
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Thomas H: No hip armor - only the knees have it. Aug 20, 2013
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william g. c: No they don't. Knee pads only. Aug 20, 2013
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Robert E: No - the black pair that I have does not have hip armor. Aug 20, 2013
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Stephen S: No. The only armour inserts are in the knees. Aug 20, 2013
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Joshua D: It has some soft hip padding, but nothing I would call armor. This was meant to be worn as an overpant for casual riding. If you want some serious protection look at their line of 2 piece suits. Aug 20, 2013
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Aaron B: Yes, it does. Nice and comfy too.
Actually the RevZilla video describes it (they won't let me link to youtube here)
Aug 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are there pockets for hip/seat armor? Jun 10, 2014
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DR. RICHARD J. L: Yes, there are pockets for the armor on the knees. I had to adjust them a little and now they work great - very comfortable pants and very effective for 3 seasons..... might want something a little thicker for the dead of winter. Jul 3, 2014
Konstantin I: Hi,

Unfortunately there aren't any pockets for hip protectors. Also the sizing is quite strange they are extremely big.

Jul 3, 2014
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Devin W: No, only armour spots are in the knees. Two tier knee location for minor adjusting. Jul 4, 2014
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Benjamin R: Unfortunately there isn't any pockets for hip armour, but there is knee armour. Jul 2, 2014
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Scott M: No, there don't seem to any pockets in the hips to seat for armor. Jul 6, 2014
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John L M: No Jul 2, 2014
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A S asked: They look very baggy. Do you think the knee armor would stay in place in a crash, or would it just slide out of place immediately? Mar 1, 2014
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Thomas H: They are baggy and would likely shift on contact with the pavement - they are "tightest" to the skin in the sitting position. That said, I like this product and they're better than jeans by a long shot! Mar 1, 2014
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Andre W: I think it depends on your frame. I purposely purchased a size bigger than recommended due to having bigger legs and the only time the pads are out of place, is when I was standing. If you're standing, you probably don't have to worry about crashing much.
Seriously though they are fine. Maybe a little loose at the ankle even though you have a adjustable snap button but I used additional straps during the winter to prevent cold air in.
They are very snug with jeans or shorts in the seat area. They ventilate well. Look into how to prepare for a fall as well and maybe that can help optimize the use of these pants should you ever have that unfortunate experience. Good luck and have fun riding.
Mar 2, 2014
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David B: Yes, they are very large. I use them as true overpants. I wore them over my jeans and long johns down an back to Daytona Bike Week last year and was comfortable all the way into the low 40s.
If you're looking for knee dragging street bike pants, these probably aren't for you. But they are very comfortable for long rides and are perfect for over my nicer pants when I ride to work.
Mar 11, 2014
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George S: I low-sided at about 35mph after being run off the road by a driver and the pants and knee armor protected me perfectly. The pants hardly even showed any signs of wear-and-tear. Mar 1, 2014
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Omar R: They are very baggy and honestly I think the knee armor would not stay in place in a crash. The armor in my opinion would slide out of place immediately. Mar 1, 2014
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Kisco E: They are baggy. The knee armor moves around bit but I think it can secured. I like them for warmth and that fit well over jeans. Mar 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Wear jeans with a 36" RELAXED FIT waist, what size do I get? Wear 38 in Firstgear and Olympia overpant. Nov 18, 2011
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Michael T: Just order true to size. I wear relaxed fit jeans and ordered true to my jean size and they fit great. Lots of adjustability in the waist between the ratchet lever waist and the adjustable velcro on the sides. They also stretch very well along the lower back and all allow the vent/stretch panels in the inner leg/crotch. Sep 17, 2012
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Benjamin P: Switchback, get your regular jean size. These pants are relaxed to say the least.

I wear a 32/32 jean size. I bought the 32s and they're super baggy, even with the waist 100% cinched down. Even over jeans they're baggy.
Mar 26, 2013
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Richard L: I wear 36 Levi's and the 36 Icon over pant is the right size. They have generous side adjusters, so they can move out to go over a belt or something on the regular jeans underneath. Mar 26, 2012
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Litoweapon: Get what your pants size is. I wear loose fit and these fit nice, just a lil long, but made that way so your covered when in riding position. Mar 25, 2013
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WhiteFeather: Order 36 to wear as an overpant or 34 to wear without pants. These things are ridiculous baggy but really nice. Nov 20, 2011
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Thruxton: I wear similar jeans, and I bought a 36 in this pant. Aug 24, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am female with large hips and thighs. My waist is 40, the biggest part of my thigh is 28 1/2 and I have BIG knees 24 inches and 49 inch hips. Oct 2, 2012
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Michael T: I'm a guy but wear a size 40 pant and also have but thighs. I ordered the Overlord in size 40 and they fit great. There is plenty of adjustability at the waist and all of the stretch panel areas are very stretchy. The stretch panels run on the inside of the thigh all the way to the crotch area and there is another large stretchy area starting in the lower back and extending 1/3 of the way down the butt. Apr 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: what size inseam do these pants have in the waist size 36 or 38? Aug 28, 2014
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Icon Men's Pant Sizing

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 28 764628 2821-0404 Out of Stock
Black / 30 764629 2821-0405 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 32 764630 2821-0406 Out of Stock
Black / 34 764631 2821-0407 Out of Stock
Black / 36 764632 2821-0408 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 38 764633 2821-0409 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 40 764634 2821-0410 Out of Stock
Black / 42 764635 2821-0411 Out of Stock
Black / 44 764636 2821-0412 Out of Stock
White / 28 764637 2821-0413 Out of Stock
White / 30 764638 2821-0414 Out of Stock
White / 32 764639 2821-0415 Out of Stock
White / 34 764640 2821-0416 Out of Stock
White / 36 764641 2821-0417 Out of Stock
White / 38 764642 2821-0418 Out of Stock
White / 40 764643 2821-0419 Out of Stock
White / 42 764644 2821-0420 Out of Stock
White / 44 764645 2821-0421 Out of Stock