Icon Insulated Canvas Pants
This product is very comfortable and stylish
So comfortable it feels like regular jeans. I enjoy wearing them even when I,m not riding.
February 18, 2013
Comfortable, and well built
I have owned a pair of these (2 actually, one in denim and one in black) for over a year as over pants and just decided to buy a smaller size to use as regular pants. I actually wear these even on days I don't take the bike out, they just have a nice rugged style and a wide leg that I find hard to find these days.
These pants are super comfy and with the weather liner in, feel like I'm wearing my pyjamas out in public, albeit with a badass canvas exterior.
Main downside is that there are no knee pads for impact protection, and with the weather liner in it's a bit tricky to fit any knee pads of my own.
November 5, 2012
Looks great in the photos but not that impressed.
I bought these because they looked great in the photos and being an Icon product I thought I cant loose.
Well they are humongous and about 5 inches too long. I understand that they are a loose fit, but these things are huge and the crotch area is far too low. Buy them if you're a big bloke but be prepared to take them in/up. Overall not a good cut/design...
June 11, 2012
Nice pants but too long
These are great pants except for the fact that they are at least 3" too long. You will want to hem them up if you purchase them.
March 26, 2012
Great for colder weather
Pros: Long so they'll stay over your ankles. Big so they can be overpants. Great quality denim. Look great.
Cons: Not windproof, so 40-50 degrees is their limit. Insulation seems to be simply pajamas. Expected a little more features for $125.
Overall, these pants are great if you want to look good and be warm in colder weather.
November 1, 2011
Light on in Kevlar.
Got these because they were cheapish and seemed to have what Bike jeans needed, going by the description.
I am 5'10 and these are insanely long. They are almost past the toe of my boot and until I get them taken up, I have to turn the 1.25 inch hem up three times and they still hang just past my heel when standing. Once on the bike they are just above the heel of my boot. I will probably need to have them taken up about 4 inches. Being a bit of a shorty, I expect to have to take up jeans by a bit, but 4"??
Kevlar in the knees is more than sufficient, but it is lacking in the seat and what is in the hips is only about 3" wide and just below the belt line, which in my opinion is fairly useless. There is no provision to add armor to the knees if desired.
These pants are a baggy style jean and I like the look and they are very comfortable, but the functionality for what they are supposed to be designed for is way down. I have seen much cheaper pants with a lot more kevlar.
November 7, 2011