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Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants
Olympia Ranger 3 Over Pants
Designed to coordinate with the Ranger 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 with 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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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.
- 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
- Very good knee armor
- Good adjustments to fit individuals
- Strong, reinforced abrasion-resistant Cordura fabric
- 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.
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Even without the thermal insert these pants are HOT, I mean NO ventilation at all. I knew that buying them. The outer material is very durable (I've not had an off yet in them) from the feeling of the material and stitching.
Features? Well, I'm 6' 5" and I bought the long version thinking that since I have long legs that I'd need the long version.. Not the case. I feel that although the knee padding can adjust to 3 different levels that I could easily adjust them to my length. Again, not the case. I've put them all the way up and it's still too low. So if you're considering features and fit I'd go with the cut that you would use for a pair of jeans.
- High-viz piping - I wish there was a little more on the sides. Currently there is just a thin strip along the sides and are visible at night if you look for it.
Belt - I bought these with the mindset that here in southern Louisiana it only gets cold (35 degrees) about 30 days a year kinda and I ride all the time. These would be a good asset for my seasonal riding gear. There isn't any waist tightening devices on the waistband but 2 little snaps and trying to find a belt to fit these small belt loop holes is a challenge (I can't find one that isn't a rope style, lol). The belt loop hole size is an 1 1/4 and not your typical 1 1/2. Good luck finding a belt that works.
Lower Pant Leg for boots - I ride with the Sidi adventure rain boots and the zipper on these pants area able to be zipped all the way down to create that barrier to keep the rain out. I'd like to see some sort of velcroing material to go around that ankle part to cinch down. (just a personal preference)
Comfort - Not too shabby thus far. I don't think that I'll be wearing shorts under these any time soon since the materail they're made of feels kind of rough on the skin. I knew that since I'm looking for protection and not really the looks and feel.
After all this I think the style looks pretty darn good.
I would recommend these to anyone wanting a GOOD water-proof, WARM, protective padding on hips, knees pant. Just be mindful of the size and belt.
1 year ago
Compared to the Calibers, I appreciate features like the heavier duty leg zippers that open all the way to the waist. All of the pockets come in really handy.
I wore them snowboarding today in spring conditions, and they kept me dry. They also kept me dry in heavy rains earlier this week on my commute. Without the liner in they were tolerable in 14(f) weather. I ride a Yamaha Super Tenere... and a Honda 250 Elite scooter.
I swapped out the cheesy foam kneepads for the hard shelled plastic ones from my old Calibers, and they fit perfectly. The Ranger 3's zip up to my Tourmaster Transition jacket.... bonus! If I get 10 years out of these pants, I'll be 71, so these might be the last riding pants I ever buy! Bob
9 months ago
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!
They fit pretty baggy in the legs and a tighter in the waist and seat. They are very long and the EZ-hem label is sort of a joke. There no way to hem these without some major surgery. For now, I just fold up the bottom 2 inches and they look great. With the reinforced knees and pockets they do have a tactical swat team look and the Cordura makes a zipping noise when walking. People notice you and move aside to let you through. So I guess that's a perk.
A few minor cons: There are no through pockets, so you have to remember to move your wallet, phone, etc. to the overpants pockets. It would also be nice to have some adjustability in the waist. I find the waist a bit tight, but I know the next size up would be too big. And finally, the interior mesh seems like it will get shredded over time from my boots going in and out.
On way in to work [today], laid the bike down. Went over onto the right side and did a 20 foot pavement slide. The pants have cuts and abrasions on them as would be expected. All I have is a small little mark on my right hip - this is from the fall as much as anything else.
I also have the Olympia Alpha Jacket and fortunately had that on today.
The product absolutely did its job - I am sold on Olympia and will continue to purchase their products..
1 year ago
I have to put this suggestion in however, don't just put them on and decide quickly if they fit or not. Wear them around for a bit in the house, sit at a table and eat a meal, something like sitting in a riding position for a period of time. I did not do this and based on a few minutes of wearing them I thought they fit well. The next day I took a 40 mile ride to work on the other side of my county and after a 24 hour shift I had to ride home the next morning in the rain. About 10 miles into the ride I started to notice discomfort around my knees, the pants binding in such a way as to cut off circulation to my feet. No matter how I tried to readjust I couldn't reduce this effect. The ride home in the morning was the same. Taking the lining out helped a bit the third day but still I had trouble finding comfort for any period of time in a (relatively neutral) riding position. I should have fit tested better because now I have a pair of riding pants that weren't cheap that I can't use or return (through my own actions).
Quality product but make sure you test the fit thoroughly.
1 year ago
The pants are very durable, well built and come with a pair of insulated liner pants that are very warm. My initial impression was that they were really long and I could have gotten away with ordering a size 38. I wore them on 3 days of the trip and found them to be very comfortable, they offered great wind protection and I have no doubt they would have performed great in the event of a "Get-off". On the last day of the trip riding out of San Antonio, I drove into a thunderstorm that lasted 2 hours. It was a torrential downpour, I had my Darin Jacket and the Ranger 3 over pants on. The pants kept me completely dry, not a single leak.
I recommend these highly with the caveat that these are cool weather pants. I wouldn't wear them in hot weather. They will be way to warm (even without the liners). Great build quality and great protection. These will be my "Cold weather" pants going forward.