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Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants
  • Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants - Black
  • Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants - Black
  • Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants - Black
  • Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants - Black
  • Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants
  • Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants - Black

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Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants

Designed to coordinate with the AST jacket, the 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.


  • 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 4.5 5 69 69
Good value, good fit. After an exaustive search, I finally found these pants. I already own the Olympia jacket, and love it. I don't know why I did'nt just go with the same brand. The fit is just about perfect for adventure riding. lots of room in the legs, and crotch. The themal liner eats up most of the extra room. Without the liner, they have ample room for street pants. Quality of construction is very good, price is reasonable, based on the competition. I would recommend these pants to other riders. Size is accurate, and they have ample length for taller riders. Definetly a good over boot fit. March 31, 2015
Adjustablitiy of legs is a myth These pants run small with legs which run long so if you are tall and skinny they probably will fit. The adjustability of leg length by a tailor is possible because the side zipper doesn't go all the way to the bottom, however the complexity of the garment at the bottom of the leg will make this an expensive proposition if done professionally and daunting if you do it yourself unless you are a highly skilled tailor. Remember with the liner you have 4 legs to alter. I feel this adjustability is a ruse which saves the company money by offering fewer leg length options to the buyer. Better to spend the extra $50 to 75 you would give to a tailor and move up to a product which has better selection in terms of fit. March 16, 2015
Great Pants I bought these to go with my AST jacket and i'm sure glad I did. Great protection and good comfort while riding. I bought size 32 and I typically wear a 30-31 and they fit dead on. Now this is without the liner. If you are wanting to wear the liner then you must wear shorts. I tried the 34's but they was too bulky and I couldn't keep them up around my waist. Great purchase though!! March 9, 2015
Perfect for my needs With a 40" inseam and a 34" waist it is always difficult for me to find clothes that actually fit me - but these do (or at least well enough to work well with riding boots). I just got them in December (3 months ago) so I haven't worn them during the summer, but they've kept me warm and dry through snow, rain, and 25°F temps before the 80mph wind-chill. I gave a top rating for Air Flow because I've noticed no air flow that would chill my knees - we'll see what happens when the weather warms up. The pockets do an excellent job of keeping my wallet and phone dry, too. I would heartily recommend these Ranger 3 pants to anyone. Kudos to Ryan for helping me figure out sizing over email. March 5, 2015
No Need For Heat Combined with the layering I put on above the waist, this double pant system is awesome. I will ride in all sorts of cool and cold temperatures and, even after a couple of hours in the saddle, the only part of my body that may get cold is my toes. January 18, 2015
Great cold weather pants Got the Olympia pants as a Christmas gift. I have a Firstgear one piece cold weather suit and I like it but I wanted more flexibility in what I wear for a jacket in the cold weather along with the pants. These are my second motorcycle specific riding pants, the other being Tourmaster mesh pants for the summer which are great. These pants have lots of nice features but it took a little getting used to wearing pants with padding in them. Not a bad thing, just need to get used to it. Fit is just about perfect with the liner in, haven't worn these without the liner yet. I have pretty big quads in relation to my waist so I was concerned but these are roomy enough without being baggy. Putting these on is simple with the legs unzipped even halfway, makes putting riding boots on easy too. Lots of well made pockets, liner and lining very comfortable. I do use a belt with the pants since I don't want to zip these to a jacket, must use a narrow (1 inch wide) belt for that but no biggie. Ridden 200 miles in 40 degree temps and 100 miles in 35 degree temps using a baselayer and these pants kept me warm and comfortable. January 2, 2015
excellent versatile pants olympia may make the best gear for those who need versatility. this item is a great armored overpant, with useful features like full-zip outseams, oversized waterproof cargo pockets (which fold over the zipper to ensure bad stuff stays out), and a zipper to attach to an olympia jacket to keep your plumber crack hidden. then, there's a super-warm insulating layer, that attaches and removes easily, is wearable on its own (it just became my new backcountry wear-in-camp pant), and looks ok enough to not be embarrassing. attach the two, and you've got a pant you can wear for all four seasons. December 8, 2014
Great pants, comfortable, durable and good protection I've had the same pair of Joe Rocket over pants for over ten years. They were excellent at the time - warm, with a windproof liner, comfortable, with adequate protective padding. However, they were starting to wear out, and the zippers started to become ornery. Halfway home on a recent long distance road trip, one of the zippers failed while my son was wearing the pants, and we had to effect a roadside repair using nylon wire ties: It was time for new pants. I had been wearing (and loving) my Olympia Airglide 3 Mesh Pants in warmer weather for two years, so I decided to look at Olympia's offerings in a colder weather pant. I didn't have to look far: after trying out several different pants, I decided to go with Olympia's Ranger 3 Over Pants. I normally wear a size 34 in pants, and I tend to like my overpants to run a bit large, so I ordered mine in a size 36. When I received them, I was surprised - the upper waist and hips fit perfectly, but when sitting on my motorcycle, my knees were squeezed uncomfortably - and that's with the inner liner removed. With the liner installed, the knees were very tight, enough that I knew I would not be able to ride like this for more than a few minutes. After talking with the very friendly people at Olympia (I actually received an email from the owner of the company!) I decided to exchange them for a size 38. The size 38 was obviously too large around the waist, but the knees, while still snug, were fine. Fortunately, the pants come with a velcro-fastened belt which when snugged up, keeps my waist tight enough that the pants are comfortably held in place. I have very long legs, and the cuffs were just the right length for me. The legs of the pants can be easily altered by any tailor to fit a shorter leg, up to about 6 inches shorter. Features of these pants as published by the manufacturer: Outer shell constructed of coated 500 and 2000 denier Cordura fabric Waterproof/breathable membrane adds double waterproof protection Removable Thermolite insulated liner pant 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 I have now had these pants for a month and a half, having ridden approximately 2,000 miles through weather ranging from 40F (4C) to 85F (29C), bright sunshine and pouring rain. While they are billed as water resistant, I wouldn't use them in an absolute downpour. For that, I wore my Olympia Horizon Rain Gear on top of these, which kept me completely dry. That said, I did get caught in a few passing showers after I had removed my rain gear, and the pants shrugged it off - water beaded and ran off the pants. I would feel fine wearing them in light rain, but would want rain gear for heavier weather. Below 45F (7C) you definitely want the thermal liner installed, and you really don't want to wear these above about 80F (27C)- for that, I go with my mesh gear. The pants are constructed of a thick and strong Cordura, with much thicker and abrasion-resistant Cordura on the knees. There is highly reflective Scotchlite piping down the side of each leg. Two waterproof (lined) thigh-mounted pockets and waterproof (lined) hip pockets are on the front of the pants. The seat area also has thick, abrasion-resistant Cordura, and two more reflective strips cross each ankle. Don't discount these reflective strips - at night time, when in headlights, these strips glow extremely brightly! The seat also has two more waterproof (lined) pockets. Looking at the seat closely, you can see the heavy duty Cordura. The pockets are fastened shut with a single snap. The legs are lined with a very soft mesh which allows your legs to breathe. Note the zipper does not come all the way down, to allow tailoring of the leg length should you require it. There is a snap to hold the liner in place when it is installed. Once the zipper is shut, a weatherproof double flap covers the zipper. The zipper itself is a quality heavy-duty zipper - I don't think I'll be needing any roadside wire tie repairs with these pants. The zippers run the entire length of the pant leg. The cuff has a velcro adjustment to allow it to be snugged over your boots. This prevents wind from blowing up your leg. The knee armor uses Olympia's standard, unique adjustment pocket, which allow for adjustment of almost 6 inches up and down for height, to match the position of your knee. The inside of the pocket is lined with strips of velcro, you simply fasten the lower strip at the point you want the bottom of the armor to rest, insert the armor, then fasten the remaining velcro above it. It's ingenious, and works very well. Remember to adjust this armor for the position required when you are sitting on your bike, not when you are standing! The knee armor is a quality piece of CE level 1 armor. It moves and flexes easily, so it bends with your knee. It is of a shape and size such that it could be replaced with aftermarket level 2 armor should you wish - but honestly, this is a really decent piece of armor. The same can't be said for the hip protector, however. Just like my Olympia Airglide 3 pants, the hip pad is just that - a foam pad, and offers no impact protection whatsoever. I added a SAS-Tec Level 2 adaptive armor which I purchased. I insert both of them into the pouch on each side of the pants - the foam closest to my skin, and the SAS-Tec armor on the outside. The thigh pocket on each leg is quite large, lined with a waterproof membrane, and sealed with a zipper and two snaps on the fold-over flap. These substantial pockets will keep anything dry that is put inside of them, and they are easy to access while riding, even while wearing gloves. The hip pockets are also lined with the same membrane, however the pockets are near impossible to access while sitting on the bike. The fly of the pants is fastened with both a zipper and velcro, and sealed in behind with a gusset to prevent any intrusion of water. The waist is fastened shut with two snaps, as well as the belt that is included. The thermal liner pants are completely windproof and fasten into the pants both at the top and bottom. They also have zippers running the entire length of the pant leg. The inside of the thermal liner pants are quilted, and they have a warm, thermal lining. These pants are quite warm on their own, and when inserted into the over pants, are more than capable of handling temperatures down below freezing. The top of the thermal liner pants also have pockets, a zipper and gusset. Wearing the pants along with the matching Olympia Ranger 3 jacket and Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar Gloves, I am ready for moderate to cold weather riding. The reflective piping on the pants glows quite brightly in the dark when illuminated by headlights (or in this case, a camera flash). The reflective strips across the back similarly glow very brightly. Pros: - Very warm in cold weather - Completely windproof - Water resistant - Zippers can be worked with gloves on - Easy to get on and off, even when already wearing boots - Big pockets allow for lots of easily-accessed storage - Comfortable - Very good knee armor - Good adjustments to fit individuals - Strong, reinforced abrasion-resistant Cordura fabric Cons: - Useless hip padding (but easily replaced or augmented) - Narrow knee sizing - Thermal lining pants bulky to carry when not installed - "whiff whiff whiff" noise wherever you walk Overall I'm quite happy with these pants as a replacement for my old, worn out over pants. As I mentioned, I've got about 2,000 miles on these pants in varying weather conditions, and these pants have shrugged off anything I could throw at them. Recommended. Read more: http://goldwingdocs.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=24209#ixzz3JzJLrFhQ November 24, 2014
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Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Carl H: They matched the jacket and I needed riding gear for the cold and wet. They performed pretty well. They still do. May 20, 2015
C W: In prep for a trip to Alaska. May 9, 2015
Amakoe G: Perfect! Feb 22, 2015
Gerral S: Good for cold and wet weather riding. Very pleased with purchase. Feb 13, 2015
Marcio N: Great reviews. I already used several time. Very good indeed. Jan 15, 2015
Paul J: Need something to go with a Klim Latitude Jacket, the Klim Latitude pants don't have a full length leg zipper; I have Olympia Airglide Jacket and pants that I like; and these have a full length side zipper ; Dec 4, 2014
David S: Tired of wearing chaps :-) Nov 1, 2014
Jon H: Frequently ride at temp. below 40F and already own other Olympia products that have been good quality Oct 24, 2014
Donald R: I already have a pair of Olympia AirGlide 3s and am very happy with them.
Watching the video review just "sealed the deal".
Oct 23, 2014
Ruth L: I was looking for pants to go with my AST 2 Jacket that would be good most (if not all) of the year around. Oct 9, 2014
BENJAMIN C: These pants are great. I have an old pair I wear to school (7 miles) without the liner. This new pair is for my long trips. Oct 4, 2014
Albert H: Olympia gear is the best bang for the buck Sep 28, 2014
Regina C: Great thermal product. Great fit. Jul 22, 2014
Vicki W: My son chose these after viewing your choices and watching the videos you offer. He bought the motorcycle, so now I'm helping with all that goes with it. Jul 22, 2014
Gary P: Seem to have the best options of all the waterproof over pant options. Jul 4, 2014
Gregg G: I saw them at the Salem BMW Rally and liked them. I'm not disappointed. Jun 23, 2014
Erick B: Brand reputation, reviews, materials and price. I needed some waterproof, durable pants to wear with my AST2 jacket. May 16, 2014
James M: for any cold weather ride, waterproof, reflective piping best I've seen, Olympia quality Apr 30, 2014
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
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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Ginger B: are you saying that you wear them as an over pant? My husband wears a 32 and is not sure if he should get a 32 or 34. he plans on wearing them as a over pant. He mentioned that might wearing the pants w/ liner as a pant alone. Dec 17, 2014
john 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: Are the side leg zippers two way? Nov 4, 2014
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Dennis M: No, they are not, but they don't really have to be because they are full length so getting in and out of them is a breeze. Remember, these pants are going to protect you from rain and cold, and a 2 way zipper set would compromise that ability. So if you are looking to vent, these pants are not going to be for you. The Ranger 3 is for Winter use. I have a pair and they are fantastic. They are my go-to pant when the weather starts to turn.

Hope this helps.
Nov 6, 2014
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Peter V: No they are not but they are full length. Nov 15, 2014
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Jason D: Yes they are Nov 4, 2014
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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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Stephen F asked: Does this pant have a 2-way zipper on the side? Apr 23, 2015
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Kevin A: No, it is fixed on top, opens at the bottom. Apr 23, 2015
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A s: No Apr 23, 2015
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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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Ginger B asked: I'm interested in getting these pants for my husband. he owns the AST jacket. he wears a 31-32 waist in jeans. He is wanting to wear the Ranger 3 as an over pant. He might wear them alone if the liner is installed. My question is what size would you recommend to get him? He doesn't like loose feeling clothing but prefers well fit.

Dec 18, 2014
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Dennis M: Ginger, the 32 should work, especially if he wants to wear them with the liner in. The thermal liner is pretty substantial, so most guys go a size up to wear these pants as an overpant. But if he is a 31-32 and not a solid 32, the 32 should work. Now, with the liner out, these will loosen up quite a bit. But these are designed to be overpants.

The other thing I should mention is the leg. They have a fairly long leg, but again they were designed that way so that you can easily have them hemmed. I have long legs, so I found that these pants were perfect for me and no hemming was required. A pretty rare thing for me!

Over-all I love these pants. They are well made, very comfortable, completely waterproof and durable. They are also a great compliment to the AST jacket. Not really a pant you want to wear in the Summer because there isn't much in the way of venting. These are Fall/Winter pants for sure.

Happy holidays!
Dec 19, 2014
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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 than 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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