Built for a cyclist by a cyclist, the Overland Pant is true to its name. Outdoor adventures off the grid or in-town style, the Overland Pant is a pant that can fit in and perform in all occasions. The mid-weight stretch woven fabric is tough enough to take a beating while still having the street style that fits and forms to your shape.
Fabric | Full Dull Polyester Woven Stretch Fabric
Stretch | 2-Way
Fabric Content | 92% Polyester / 8% Spandex
Fabric Weight | 190 g/m2
Stretch | 2-Way Stretch
Finish | DWR Finish for Water & Wind
Articulation | Articulated Knees For Improved Range of Motion
Pockets | 5 Pockets, 2 Front & 2 Back Hand Pockets, 1 Drop In Hip Pocket
Visibility | Left Cuff RideLight Reflective Accents
Inseam | 29"
Chamois | This pant is not padded, padded chamois shorts sold separately
Fit | Sport
First, I want to say that this a wonderful winter fabric for mountain biking. BUT I should not be thinking about my pants when I ride. I don’t know who these were made for. They are too wide at the waist and low so when I’m riding they fall low and the snap keeps coming undone when I’m working on tough climbs. I curse that! I don’t want to think about my pants coming unsnapped. But maybe worse of all, the legs of the pants are short and taper out at the ankle so every time I pedal I feel my pant leg hitting my chain and frame. That’s disconcerting,
I want to love them because the fabric is great for Flagstaff winter. But it bothers me that while I’m riding I feel like I have to stop. Pull my pants up and button them. I also don’t like wondering if the tapered fabric of the pant leg is going to jam up my chain. I can’t go smaller because the legs fit me perfect, I just can’t figure out why the waist is so big and the pant tapers out at the ankle. The snap at a minimum should be more durable.
I thought these pants would fit more like the CR Imogene pant that I have.
Great pants for riding, very comfy
Love the pants!