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Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants

Designed to coordinate with the AST jacket, th Olympia Ranger 3 Pant can be worn as a stand alone riding pant or as a full over pant. Foul weather rides are never a problem as double waterproof protection is offered through Ranger’s coated Cordura® shell and waterproof/breathable seam sealed membrane.  Zippered front pockets and two oversized waterproof cargo pockets offer plenty of extra storage for personal items. Adjustable knee armor positions and EZ hem bottoms help riders achieve a customized fit. As temperatures drop, you’ll stay toasty by adding Ranger’s Thermolite® insulated liner pant that double as  great looking, stand alone sportswear.

Features

  • Outer shell constructed in coated 500 and 2000 denier Cordura®  fabric
  • Waterproof/breathable membrane adds double waterproof protection
  • Removable Insulated liner pant – Sturdy wind and water resistant rip  stop nylon shell,  Thermolite® insulation, belt loop waist, full side leg zippers and four storage pockets.
  • Full side leg zippers
  • Storm placket front fly detail
  • Removable and adjustable height CE Motion Flex armor at knees 
  • Cool mesh airflow lining
  • Removable EVA compression foam at hips
  • Custom Fit detailing at waist and bottom hem
  • 3M Scotchlite® reflective piping side leg detail
  • Relaxed tailored fit
  • 6 storage pockets
  • 8” connecting zipper for jackets
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Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants 4.6 5 50 50
Fits well, great protection, not so hemmable I ordered these pants to go with an Olympia AST2 jacket (which I love). They wear great and look great. The knee pads do feel low when standing, but they come right into position when sitting on the bike. They are easy on and off with a huge zipper on each pant leg. Great pants overall. The only issue I had was the hemming. It was mentioned that these are easily hemmable since the zipper stops further up the leg. Well, easy for industrial tailors. Most local tailors won't have the equipment needed to work on these caliber pants. I was charged $80 for the hemming, and she regretted it being that low... and she may never do another pair of motorcycle pants again! Find someone with an industrial sewing machine who has handled materials like this before. March 27, 2014
The fit is just right I like the cargo pockets and the liner fit is good,, with out the liner I can wear them over jeans or shorts February 10, 2014
great riding pants These are great pants and with the liners makes them very useable in the shoulder seasons of riding. The liners are easily removable and with them out you have lots of extra room. The pants have pockets in all the right places and the zippers seem large enough to grab with your gloves on. The zipper at the back of the pants to connect to the jacket and prevent opening is an added touch. I bought these for a tour through Europe starting in May where I needed some extra warmth and a rain proof factor. February 10, 2014
Good product, the sizing tips from Revzilla was great. No problem under heavy rain or cold days even without the inner pants. Excellent textiles, I drive under rain in Mexico, where the people do not respect any speed limits, and trucks are very fast, so you fight against water curtains like walls. The pants works perfect, no water inside. Of course, if you use this pants in the city, with a speed average under 35 mph, well, you will be sweating very soon. Excellent product for the highway. By the way, the delivery to Mexico, simply great!! December 2, 2013
Excellent pants You can't go wrong with these pants. I like Olympia's stuff. It's well thought out, and very durable. These fit like riding pants should, and the Cordura is very tough. You will want to ditch the knee pads and get some of your own, as the proprietary ones seem to end up on the inside of the knee. The fit is true to size - I would recommend going a size up if you want to wear them as over pants. I wear a 34 jeans size, and the 34 fits perfectly. Once you feel how tough these are you will never go back to cheap junky pants. For fall, winter, and spring - these are plenty warm, especially with the supplied liner. November 16, 2013
A good thick pant I like that these pants have two layers. During the fall I just used the inner layer and found it to be warm enough. now that the temp has really dropped I've been using both layers and not had a problem staying warm. The temp today for example was ranged from mid 30s to mid 50s and my legs were comfortable. You have to be wearing a tall boot or you will get a little draft on your ankle but nothing too bad. Con: The loops on the ankle for connecting the inner and outer layers are weak and i've already broken one. Also, as a result of the knee pads i think, when you bend your legs your knees seem Really bulky. November 12, 2013
Perfect for the chilly/cold/wet riding utilitarian I've only had these pants for two weeks but I've gotten plenty of cold (25F), chilly (40F) and wet riding conditions to test these pants out appropriately. In short, they do well in all of these conditions. With jeans on underneath I find that even at 25F I do not need the thermal layer for my 9-mile, 15 minute commute, although at highway speeds for upwards of 20 minutes would require the thermals. I wear a 29-30 jeans size. After trying on these in size 30, it was a simple deduction that I ABSOLUTELY needed the 32. So the fit is small, but if you intend to have any flexibility with even thin pressed pants on underneath these pants WITHOUT the thermal liner in, then get the next size up. I tested the side-leg waterproof pockets in a rainstorm with my phone as cargo - not a drop inside the pocket. The pockets are ergonomically placed for easy access. The padding in the pants seems to be on the skimpy side, but that's fine considering my previous winter getup was running tights underneath jeans so this is a vast improvement. The positioning of the armor/padding is perfect for my 5'9", 140 lb frame - no modifications necessary. The pants fit well over riding boots but if you have really voluminous boots these pants may not fully velcro at the bottom which is fine since the booth is still covering that area. The style is ho-hum, but that's no matter since this is the only pair of pants that I've researched at this pricepoint with thermal liners, full leg zips, waterproofed outers and generally favorable reviews. The only reason I did not give these pants all 5-stars is because I have no baseline to compare with. I rated airflow a 4 because I bought these NOT to have airflow and they seem to do a great job with preventing airflow except my bum gets slightly chilly sometimes, but it's still warmer than the tights/jeans combo! November 11, 2013
Easy on, outer layer waterproof, and good feel I mainly got these pants as they have a waterproof outer layer and I didn't want to have to wear an inner liner to make my pants waterproof. Riding in the NW, I need to be sure rain keeps out. The full zippers are great and fit right over my riding boots. I wear slacks to work and they come out fine after a commute. I haven't tried the inner liner in them yet, I think they will be great for winter here, but three seasons, I'll ride without the liners over my street clothes. October 21, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Kevin S: I have an Olympia jacket that I really like and decided to give their pants a try. Mar 26, 2014
dennis b: I wanted to stay warmer and dryer when taking long trips. Mar 22, 2014
Paul F: waterproof Jan 21, 2014
Roger L: They appear to have great protection at seat and knees, adjustable height knee padding, can be worn at least 3 seasons and look more tailored that other over pants. Dec 22, 2013
Gary R: Had a larger pair - love them but lost weight. Purchasing a pair I can keep on without suspenders! Great pants. Nov 25, 2013
Wilson L: Needed a good cool-cold-wet-weather pant. Quality reputation, good reviews, recommendation from friends, and has belt loops on both outer pants and liner. Would have preferred hi-viz coloration, but only available in black. Nov 21, 2013
Brian S: Great over pants.. original purchased from a referral from friend, second purchase was a replacement from accident.. went down at 70+ pant held up great got up walked away minimal damage to me do to great gear..... Nov 18, 2013
Aaron E: I chose these pants in order to stay warm in 20-40 degrees F. I saw numerous reviews talking about how they were both waterproof and warm, probably the warmest in Olympia's line up. To top it off it had full zips on the outside of the pant legs in the outside AND the liner to put on over my boots and other clothing. I could care less how it vents in warm weather since (to be honest) I won't be wearing more than jeans if it gets that warm outside. Nov 13, 2013
Catherine M: Nooo lienahs to achieve complete state of dryness....grasshopah. Nov 6, 2013
Doug B: I have always been very happy with Olympia products. It's always top quality. Oct 31, 2013
LUIS ANGEL B: I need an "all weather" gear where I live. I already bought an Olympia jacket that has been superb. Oct 31, 2013
Jeffrey S: Olympia provides great features and quality. There is alot of value here. I needed an impervious outer pant for cold/wet weather. Already put these to the test and they work great. Oct 2, 2013
Mike S: I ride to work in dress pants, shirt & tie and decided that these pants would be a good addition to lengthen the riding season in the cool mornings. Hopefully, these will be better than the mesh wind pants I wear now for the 40 degree mornings that are coming. Sep 19, 2013
Chris D: touring across country this fall Sep 10, 2013
RICHARD F: quality and pricing Aug 9, 2013
John R asked: How's the fit on this as overpants? Do I need to order a size up than my normal waist size? For comparison, I use size 34 Rev'it Airwave as summer overpants for my normal size 33 pants, would a size 34 work here? And is this affected by whether the thermal liner is used or not? Dec 25, 2013
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Evelyn W: Hi John,
My Wife bought me these pants and I love them. I wear a 32 waist normally and the 32 rangers work out just great. I am 6'1" and weight 170 lbs. They are a snug fit but I would rather have them snug then flapping in the breeze. I have used them both with and without the liners. I have also used them in rain, hail and snow. They are truly cold weather pants. Even without the liners, you will be very warm above about 60 degrees. I used them on a 7,000 mile cross country ride and was very comfortable under about 60 degrees. Too hot above that. The liners will easily take you below freezing. No vents make for great weather proofing, but can get pretty sweaty when it warms up. A good idea to bring a second pair of pants for rides that include a variety of temps. I live in the mountains and can go from freezing in the am to 70s in the pm. Good luck and keep the rubber on the road and the shiny side up...
Dec 30, 2013
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John K D: I ordered one size up and I like the extra room to make them easy on and off. I put a pair of suspenders on the pants and they work really well. They are very warm even without the thermal liners in them, I can only see using the thermal liners if I double these pants as snowmobile kit.

As over pants, I would go one size up. Also, I didn't need to hem them although they seem long when standing they fit well while riding and again, suspenders to a great job of keeping them out of the way while off the bike.
Dec 30, 2013
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Dennis M: Hi John -

I wear a 38 pant and I like to wear these as over-pants, so I went with the 40. if you don't want to wear them as over-pants then order your normal size. The inner thermal liner is great and can actually be used as destination pants because they look pretty good on their own. These pants have been fantastic. Very good build quality, very warm and completely water proof. And since I have long legs the length is great! Hope this helps.
Dec 27, 2013
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BENJAMIN C: Hello, I wear a 34 and the same with these ranger pants. Fine as over pants with liner removed. You won't want regular pants under the liners. Dec 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: I read that the exterior Cordura fabric is "coated" which I normally associate with urethane which is very waterproof and not breathable. The description goes on to describe a "water proof breathable membrane" which I can describe as Goretex like but you can't. So which is it? Is the over pant coated in the waterproof breathable membrane or the simple urethane coating which is waterproof but not breathable ? Mar 7, 2012
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motopilot: There is no exterior coating on the outer Cordura fabric. The waterproof membrane (not sure of brand name) is a separate layer between the outer fabric and the inner mesh lining. There is a separate removable liner pant which is also water resistant and I use them only for really cold weather. The Ranger 3 pants do not breath well except for minor wicking due to the mesh lining. These are NOT hot weather pants but are very comfortable, durable and well designed/constructed and completely waterproof in my experience.
Sizing is a bit small for an overpant. If you want to use them as overpants I would go one size bigger. *disclaimer* I have thick cyclists legs and a 48 year old gut..:-)
If you are looking for HOT weather pants I would go with the Airglide pants.
Jul 13, 2012
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RevZilla: The outer membrane is made of Cordura fabric which is technically waterproof and breathable. Basically, a Gore-Tex membrane is guaranteed to keep you dry and will be at least two times as breathable. In that case, coated does not mean that it is not breathable but just that it offers an extra waterproofing protection to the Cordura fabric. May 2, 2012
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Russ: I purchased the Ranger 3 pant for wet conditions and/or cooler weather, where they work very well. They are waterproof, but I would not consider them breathable and that has never bothered me. For warmer weather I switch to a mesh pant with zip-in waterproof liner. Hope this helps. Nov 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: Does the zipper on these men's pants go the same direction in the mensAST2 and the women's AST2 jackets? Or does Olympia do a women's one way and a men's the other directions? Oct 29, 2011
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Russ: I just checked (my wife and I both have AST jackets), and the zippers are the same and zip in the same direction. Nov 19, 2012
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Stevan P: They will share the same zipper gauge and should be fine to use with any Olympia product. Nov 7, 2011
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A shopper asked: Just curious as to what the technical differences are between these two items. Apr 25, 2013
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RevZilla: Olympia, on the Ranger 3 pants, changed the configuration of pockets to be more comfortable and functional; added zipper to cargo pockets for waterproofing; added a cool mesh liner for comfort when thermal liner is out; added zippered side entry pockets; the bottom cuff opening has been widened to accommodate dualsport boots; and the overall design is made to be as compatible as possible with the AST 2 jacket. May 1, 2013
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Jacket Size Guidelines
We suggest you use these size charts as a general guide. Variables in weight distribution and height may alter the appropriate size range indicated. As a general rule Olympia Jackets are designed in America, with an "American" body in mind. As such, you will find that Olympia tend to fit more generously then European brands (such as REV'IT!, Dainese, Alpinestars and Spidi). If you are in between sizes, we recommend to you to err on the smaller side.

Pant Sizing Guidelines
Olympia pants fit true to size. If you intend on using them as over pants, please go one size up.

Inseam Lengths
Olympia pants are cut with generous inseams to accommodate various riding positions. Olympia EZ hem bottoms (can be hemmed up to six inches) and adjustable knee armor help riders achieve a custom fit

Olympia Men's Pants Sizing

Men's Waist Size Inseam(in)
30 32"
32 33"
34 34"
36 35"
38 35"
40 35"
42 35"
44 35"

Olympia pants tend to run true to your jean size. Olympia Pants and 1 Piece Suits do not come in "Short" sizes, however the knee armor is adjustable and the bottoms are made to be easy to hem. 

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

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Black / 44 760349 MP204B-44 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours