Icon Strongarm 2 Pants
Poorly made and inconsistent sizing
These jeans are not a great product. They fit very small (I normally wear a 38 and that's what I ordered, I ended up giving them to a friend who wears a 34) and aren't particularly well made. Certainly not worth $100 plus, if you crashed in these you would definitely feel it.
I haven't had much luck with Icon as a brand; they seem to be more about style and image than quality and durability. I'll be staying away in future.
June 18, 2014
Good brand, bad product.
Just got these today and the jeans are just like another regular jeans, the video shows exactly what it is. I am very disappointed with these, just not what i was expecting from Icon. Great color, but not worthy $105 in my opinion. There is nothing that will make these worth the $105. I do not recommend these. I didn't get a chance to use them because is below 30 degrees here, but i would not be able to tell about the air flow, comfort etc. I would imagine they are good for the summer. You could get more protection for less $$$. Sorry Icon, you lost me with these. :(
March 25, 2014
Fairly nice pants that give you a little bit more protection and peace of mind than regular denim.
Aside from the aramid (kevlar) reinforced knees, these are basically just slightly beefier jeans than what you can buy down at the mall. Their main advantage is the cut and fitment is much better suited for a riding posture, and the knees include panels that are reinforced. Other than that, you wouldn't be able to tell that they are jeans intended for riding unless you saw the Icon name/logo. They do give a bit more peace of mind that just standard denim, but I'll go for something with a bit more kevlar reinforcement on my next purchase.
September 30, 2013
Not quite what I hoped for but good enough
I wanted to wear something more protective than just jeans but not full padded riding pants so i ordered these. Out of the package I was disappointed to find they were button fly. Not my favorite at all. They may have kevlar in the knees but so far I'm thinking these are pricey. I put them on and found the crotch a little tight. Icon didn't design them to have a gusset so you can spread your legs comfortably. The good news is the sizing is good. The legs are long enough and wide to easily fit over boots. I wore them on a 600 mile trip to the mountains (out and back) and was pleasantly surprised to find the jeans are densely woven with much less air flow then plain jeans. Kevlar is sewen in as backing at the knees and is a bit stiffer material then the denim. Be forewarned, wash separately because they bleed like crazy. I ruined the wash load. Bottom line - I wish they had a zipper.
September 14, 2013
I ride a sport bike with a tucked position, so most pants are going to fit "snug" in the crotch, and these jeans are no exception.
They fit below your waist, and as an older guy, I prefer pants that sit "at the waist."
They are nice looking jeans, and don't look like "motorcycle jeans" which is what I was going for. Despite my style preferences listed above, I'd recommend these jeans.
July 15, 2013
This is the second pair of Icon jeans I have purchased. My first pair are still going strong. I like these much better then the Drayko jeans, because after about a month, the Drayko jeans started to fall apart at the seams, and is now unwearable.
April 22, 2013
cool design and super comfortable. they ride a little low though
March 3, 2013
Great Christmas present
First time I have ordered from you and was really pleased. It arrived promptly and intact. When my son tried them on Christmas day and they fit beautifully. He went out riding that same day and reported that they were comfortable. All my worries were done. Thank you!
December 31, 2012