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Icon Patrol Waterproof Overpants

Anyone who has ridden in the rain knows it's your legs that bear the brunt of the precipitation. From tire spray to wind blast to passing vehicles - keeping your lower half dry has been a challenge. Until now. Introducing The Patrol Waterproof Pant. Built using the same materials and techniques as the jacket, the Patrol Waterproof Pant will go the distance with unmatched safety, comfort, and weather protection. To keep out the wind and rain, the abrasion resistant nylon chassis is fully seam-sealed and includes full-leg waterproof YKK zippers and quick action magnetic storm flaps. Housed within the chassis is a full complement of Field Armor CE approved impact protectors. Finally, the 3M reflective graphics package ensures you'll be seen on the darkest nights.

Features:

  • Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector knee
  • Removable Icon CE field armor impact protector hip
  • Waterproof seam sealed construction
  • YKK waterproof zippers
  • Magnetic storm flap closures
  • 3M reflective panels
  • Six storage pockets
  • Full-length side zippers
  • Removable suspender system
  • These pants are sized to fit as overpants. If you wear a size 34 pant-buy a size 34 Patrol Overpant if you intend to wear them over your jeans. If you plan on running commando-buy a size 32
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appears to be a good product . Have not logged enough miles to give a more detailed review on durability and airflow . My initial thought is these are a decent overpant . Only time and the elements will tell me how good they really are . January 21, 2014
Great Pant They are great just a bit big for me but great functionality and really rugged. November 11, 2013
Good pants for bad weather these pants are on the bulky side. I wanted something that would go over casual clothing so I am not stuck wearing riding pants when I get to my destination. The pants are a little on the baggy side for my liking on a sport bike. However, they really accomplish their purpose well with the warmth and waterproofing. I like the side zippers with the magnetic flaps. would be nice if all the pockets were waterproof though. The butt pockets are useless to me but are there. I am a 30 waist and about a 32 inseam and the mediums were wide in the leg but the right length when sitting on the bike, which was my main concern. Its also nice to have the option of attaching to the jacket or suspenders but I have found that for ease of use, the waist band holds them up well enough. If you are looking for a durable warm over-pant that makes you feel like you can ride through anything then these are perfect for you. August 21, 2013
Better option for touring than commuting I generally only use my Icon Patrol Waterproof Overpants when I know that I'll be riding for at least a few hours. They're just a little too bulky to slip on and off for my daily 15-minute commute to the office. But for cold weather touring, I think these overpants rock. They block out wind and rain very effectively, and the material is highly durable. I've literally worn these in a hurricane and felt completely protected from the elements. My only real complaint would be the lack of a better fit for shorter riders. I'm 5'3 and when I first started wearing these, the cuff of the pant would drag under the heel of my boot while walking. I quickly discovered that there is an elastic strap that snaps to the pant cuffs, and while I'm not sure if I'm using them the way they were originally intended, when I lay the strap over the tongue of my riding boot, it keeps the cuff from dragging underneath while I walk. If not for this, I would've had to return the pants. It does still cause the material to bunch up a bit around my ankles, which brushes together somewhat noisily when I'm off the bike. But it's a small price to pay for the incredible protection that these pants offer in cold and rainy weather. January 14, 2013
It's nice, I like it, but I wish it were better made. Here's the problem: the last snap on the left inner gaiter fell out. This is the inner sleeve that's designed to keep spray out of your jeans; there are three snap closures at the bottom, and the last one closest to the ankle just fell out of its enclosure in the fabric. So now I can't snap closed the inner sleeve all the way and have to make do with just the two snaps protecting my pant cuff from getting soaked. And I'm not going to return it because it's such a small defect that I can live with it, but I wish Icon, when they source these types of designs, would make sure that even the most insignificant snap closure isn't going to fall out or fail on first wearing, literally the first time I put them on. That sort of thing doesn't inspire a lot of confidence in the rest of the garment's design or construction. October 29, 2012
Good for light rain and winter riding - Heavy rain might leave you damp I’ve been using the icon patrol pants for a couple years and they have served me well. These are my fall and winter daily riding pants and they’ve taken a beating. They have a heap of Kevlar and nice CE armour which makes me feel like I’d be safe if I ever had an off. I’ve got the High vis-yellow and it’s just as bright in real life as it is over the computer. I certainly hope it makes drivers more aware of me. The side zips and magnetic closure are great however the zipper on these pants (just like the one on my frist Icon Patrol jacket) broke within the first year. I’ve been living with the broken zipper as I have jury-rigged it to work. They work great as a regular winter riding pant as they have enough insulation to really help you stay warm. For the price I’d think they’d keep me drier than they do. You won’t get soaked in heavy rain but I do eventually start to feel the slightest bit damp, I probably just need to stay on the bike longer to really get wet! They do seem to dry out pretty fast. I leave them hanging up in a dry area once I get to work or back home and they are dry by the time I leave. September 1, 2012
Not what i hoped for... NOT Waterproof. Firstly Revzilla your customer service and deliver to Australia has been great. I returned my first pair due to getting wet and you kindly replaced. Just tried out the second pair in the rain and again got damp. Not as much on this occasion however at over $300 I would expect this product to be bullet proof. There were not zips undone and a fully waterproof ICON jacket ensured not water from the top. I think the problem is water pooling between the tank and the crotch. IE a pond and this seeps into the pants. By the way I ride a Ducati 696. At almost $100 shipping to return to the US its best I cut my losses and put up with them which really sucks. I will be thinking twice on my next purchase. May 28, 2012
Great overpants. When it comes to rain pants, you can't do better than this. Great protection, great features (I love the magnetic flaps) and great looks. Don't think it twice. September 6, 2011
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Icon Patrol Waterproof Overpants
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Edgar C: I already bought the jacket and works really good for me. I'm buying the pants to have the whole suit and be all protected. The Icon Patrol Waterproof line is excellent, comfortable and worthy. Jul 31, 2014
Prasanna U: 1. Overall good customer reviews
2. Helpful video reviewing the product.
Feb 25, 2014
Michael C: Commute Nov 9, 2013
Ronald J: I ride in foul weather and I wanted a two piece design. the pants offer good fit and rugged construction. There are no vents on the pants, but it does not take away from the pants just don't get caught with them on during a warm day. The material feels bulletproof and they fit well for me (I'm 6'2, 34 inseam, 36 and expanding waist, and 195#) XL worked for me. Make sure if you ride in foul weather all the zippers are closed. Oct 20, 2013
A shopper asked: I'm a 40W/30L, which should I go with a xl or a xxl? These will be worn over jeans. Jan 23, 2014
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Ronald J: I am 6'2", 34" inseam, 195 lbs, and 36" waist. I guess tall and slim. I wear the XL over jeans. They are just long enough not to drag when I walk. When I ride, they are shorter than I like, but my cold / wet weather boots make up the difference. They swallow me in the waist. Overall I like the fit. Jan 23, 2014
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tregg l: I'm A 34 36 and I got the xl which fit just a lit5le too big so I would go with the xxl if I were you. Your gonna love em! Warm and dry. Drove 45 minutes in 30 degree temps and wasnt cold! Jan 23, 2014
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Christian W: I am a 40w/32l . I went with 2xl , perfect fit over jeans . Hope this helps . Feb 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello, size M is equal to 32? Sep 6, 2013
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Carlo-Edoardo C: I have purchased a Large. A Large fits comfortably over my jean. For reference I am a 32W / 33L.

I believe an M would be tight if the pants are used above another pair of pants like I do.
Sep 21, 2013
Jeremy M: As long as you use them as overpants, they'll probably fit fine. The Medium is just large enough to fit over my size 34 jeans. Sep 16, 2013
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turner p: I wear 32 x 34 and size m is perfect Sep 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can anyone comment on the outer shell and its composition? Is this going to hold up in a slide? I didn't see any specifics in the product description and just wondering about the safety features of this garment. Oct 8, 2012
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PDXgearhoarder: Great question. It's straight up denier nylon. Can't tell how many weaves per inch, but it's pretty dense. As to whether or not it would hold up in a crash, I don't think there's any way to tell if any garment will hold up in a crash. As these are overpants, you're likely going to be wearing jeans underneath, and it's the jeans that will or won't "burn" into your skin during a slide, and since the denier is going to take the brunt of the heat, I'd say the chances of a burn are pretty minimal and the only thing you have to worry about is consussive blunt force trauma in the event you hit something at speed. As to the garment surviving the crash, I would say one real off and these would be toast. Don't know if that affects your buying decision or not, but I still like em. They're decently made despite the one failed snap on my pants. Don't know how much precipitation Tennessee gets, but if it's anything like PDX, you'll wear them really just eight months out of the year. HAHA! Oct 31, 2012
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RevZilla: The Icon Patrol overpants feature an abrasion resistant nylon fabric, as well as reinforced material in the impact areas. However, Icon did not provide specific information about the level of protection of the nylon fabric, so it should be your basic nylon 600D construction. Oct 9, 2012
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Brian B asked: The size chart (waist inches) doesn't correspond to the sm, md, lrg size choices on the page.
How am I to choose the proper size?
Sep 3, 2013
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jonathan r: I have the pants in L. I'm a 34/35 waist and they fit perfectly as over pants. At this size the waist adjustment is most of the way out (so they could cinch down if my waist was a smaller) but I think they would be fine for 36. Bigger than that you would probably need to go up to XL Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: What are the elastic straps on the bottom of the legs for? Dec 6, 2012
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RevZilla: Good question! Those straps are designed to be used as stirrups. They attach to pant internally with several placement/height options. Dec 6, 2012
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Icon Men's Pant Sizing

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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 722541 2855-0072 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / MD 722542 2855-0073 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 722543 2855-0074 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / XL 722544 2855-0075 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 2XL 722545 2855-0076 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 722546 2855-0077 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Mil/Spec Yellow / SM 722547 2855-0078 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Mil/Spec Yellow / MD 722548 2855-0079 Available: Expect 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Mil/Spec Yellow / LG 722549 2855-0080 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Mil/Spec Yellow / XL 722550 2855-0081 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Mil/Spec Yellow / 2XL 722551 2855-0082 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Mil/Spec Yellow / 3XL 722552 2855-0083 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment