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Olympia Cruiser Riding Pants

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Olympia Airglide 4 Pants

Olympia Airglide 4 Pants

P3n15 - Bay area CA What more could you want? "I wear a 32 jeans, got a size 34 to wear as overpants Vent a ton of air Super quick and easy take off/put on Plenty of room for jeans/khakis underneath The rain pants really should be high vis, I have no idea why anyone would make black rain pants without any reflective piping I can't see myself wearing the rain pants underneath considering I've already got khakis on under there. Also, the rain pants make you look like it's 2002 and jnco jeans are totally rad bro"
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Olympia Women's Eve Pants

Olympia Women's Eve Pants

RideOn - Northwest So far, so good "How exciting... the first review! I Wanted a good pair of overpants without breaking the bank. I'm one of those obsessive shoppers who looks at everything forever before buying. Considered the Airglide but these looked to be the same style made with a different material for a little less $$. These are also pretty light weight, as in not heavy to lift, unlike other overpants I've owned. While I don't want to test the material durability in a crash, I think they'll provide better protection than what an everyday pair of jeans would. I have been comfortable riding on a warm, sunny day (as much as black material can) with a pair of shorts or yoga pants underneath. A little bit cooler day, I wore a pair of jeans. Temperature variance ridden in: 50-85F. They have also kept me dry in heavy rain. The rain pant is quick to pull on over the top. I like the options provided in the multiple layers. I'm an athletic build at 5'4" 130lb and wear a size 6 in everything. The size 6 Eve pant fit great, albeit a little long. I'm not really wanting to try and hem them shorter because once I'm sitting on the bike, it's not an issue and I'm not going to a fashion show. Only a couple of things I would not give rave review for on these pants; 1) the velcro at the bottom catches on everything and has snagged the inside liner. But then again, it's velcro. 2) the foam knee protection is pretty soft even though it's CE rated. Again, not something I really want to test in a crash but it has kept my knee comfortable when kneeling down to snap a photo (awesome motorcycle tour of Italy) and when checking the tire pressure before riding."
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