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The Icon Hella 2 Textile Pant blurs the line between overpant fit and form-flattering shape - which is no easy task. Minimal pattern lines promote critical function while keeping the overall silhouette trim and refined. Inseam zippered pockets for low-key storage needs while hook and loop waist adjusters provide personalized fit adjustment. Internally the slightly pre-curved knees are bolstered with CE Certified D3O impact protectors.
Icon Women's Overpant Fit
Durable textile chassis
D30 CE Certified knee impact protectors (removable)
Giant shapeless chimneys
Ok, so I am well aware that most size 14 or 16 pants are not going to look as good as they do in the tiny sizes shown on the site or in the videos, but these pants were ridiculous! To say they were "Straight cut" would be an understatement. From hip to ankle these were just two big flat panels of fabric sewn together front to back. There was no curve to accommodate a butt and/or hips and this also meant that they were so wide at the bottom they covered my whole boot! The fabric was stiff and just trying them on at home I got swampy and sweaty so I am SURE they are not breathable. The Hella line, from the reviews, made me think these would be the answer for a woman with thighs but not at all. I kept them, chopped out the lining that holds the armor and sewed that lining into some more flexible waterproof ski pants for a touring trip. The abrasion resistance offered by the Hella 2 pants was not enough of a trade off to try to make these giant square pants work for me. Such a bummer. I had high hopes. I am 5'7", 180lb and usually a woman's size 14 jeans. I bought these in a size 14 (from my local shop - sorry Revzilla) and they fit over my thighs but literally could be the same on front or back except for a zipper on front and cut a little higher on back. They were for a completely flat booty! Save yourself the hassle if you have ANY junk in the trunk.
March 25, 2015
Does not have hip protection
Pant is OK, the only drawback is that it does not have any hip protection and has no removable liner.
December 8, 2014
Not Made for Women
The sizing chart was confusing (giving odd numbered size, but had to order in even numbers). I order a size larger than usual just in case. I'm pretty petite, but I couldn't even get these over my knees (with no pants underneath). However, holding them up, they would have been about a foot too long!
September 30, 2014
This is my first pair of riding pants and I love them. It's getting cold and these keep me warm and keep the wind out. The pads are comfortable and stay in the right place. The material is very durable and the zippers are good quality. I don't think these are meant to be overpants, but I wear a thin base layer or a pair of snug fitting jeans underneath and wish the waist was just a tiny bit more roomy or adjustable. I am 5'7" 115 and got the size 4.
Love them and ride comfortably for hours on cold nights!
November 13, 2013
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A S asked:Are these pants sized very large like the Hella Jeans? I have the Hella jeans and you have to order 1-2 sizes down from your normal pant size. Are the Hella 2 textile pants cut large like this?Nov 4, 2014
Kimberly C:These fit me true to size. I wear thin jeans underneath and the waist is a little snug...might get the other color one size up to accommodate a layer or two of gear. Size 4, 115 -120 lbsNov 4, 2014
Anaya J:Water resistant is likely more accurate. I've ridden home in the rain and stayed very dry- but my commute is short. If you were riding for a long time, they may or may not keep you dry.Jun 13, 2015
Kimberly C:There is no liner, but these pants are quite warm and keep the wind out nicely. I wear them with a thin base layer or a pair of snug fitting jeans underneath. FYI-They are a bit tight in the waist with jeans under them...may need to size up. I'm 5'7" 115lbs and bought size 4.Nov 13, 2013