About The Product
ICON built the Overlord leather pant for the street*. They are not a race derivative track pant poorly repurposed for the urban environment. They are street specific and here's why. Crafted from the same 1.2-1.4 mm leather as our Overlord jacket, the Overlord leather pant is more than durable enough for the most brutal of street duty. The street specific pattern accommodates the aggressive ergonomics of modern sportbikes while greatly reducing the all too common butt sag when standing. Mechanical flex zones and integrated stretch cordura panels enhance on-bike mobility. Over the boot leg patterns eliminate the racetrack refugee look by allowing your boots to fit under the pant.The integrated plastic knee armor provides enhanced joint abrasion protection should you decide to put these pants to the ultimate test. A three quarter length zipper allows the pant to be connected to any of the Overlord leather jackets. *To nip your question in the bud - no, there is no knee puck. ICON built these pants for the street not track, and dragging knee on the street, as they were recently informed by an irate law officer, is frowned upon.
Features and Benefits
- ICON attack fit
- 1.2-1.4MM Premium grade leather chassis
- Removable CE knee impact protectors
- Integrated hip/thigh padding
- Gathered stretch panels for comfort and flexibility
- Breathable panels for venting
- Strategically placed perforated leather for ventilation
- Premium YKK zippers
About The Brand
Icon does not ask for permission form the motorcycle industry, they tell them what the next trend will be - always have, always will. They make gear for the die-hard motorcyclist, from tough as nails leather motorcycle jackets to Kevlar reinforced jeans, waterproof textile jackets and pants to mesh gear that covers the same parts, Icon is there to offer comfort, protection, and style. They didn't forget about your fingers and toes either. They make a dozen styles of boots each with their own personality, all of them ready to kick the butts of whatever you throw at them and more gloves that you can shake a well protected fist at. Oh, you want more? How about a line of protective vests with built in back armor or some knee and elbow guards? Bottom line is this. You ride a motorcycle because it matches your personality, why should your gear be any different?