FirstGear Women's HT II Textile Overpants (Women's 12 or 14)

  • 100% waterproof 330 Denier Hypertex w/extra panel on rear
  • Sheltex membrane for breathability
  • Abrasion-resistant Dynax material on knees
  • Removable, zip-out insulated liner
  • Full-length, 2-way leg zippers for easy on/off
  • Removable Temperfoam armor in the knees and hips
  • Spandex waist and adjustable belt
  • ZIPS pant-to-jacket attachment system

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Sizing Information

Select a pant size based upon a US ladies dress size. These pants are made to be worn over street clothing, and they are oversized just a bit (no need to order larger than usual). You can refer to First Gear’s sizing chart for more sizing information.

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Our Two Cents

These HT II Overpants are the best, fully-featured textile pants we offer. The basic design allows for use over regular street clothing (but you can wear them on their own if you wish). The two full length side zippers allow you to put them on over street clothes (and take them off) like chaps without finding a place to change clothes. Also with commuters in mind, the pants are made waterproof by virtue of a water resistant shell along with a breathable membrane. And the side zippers have the extra flap over the zipper to help prevent leakage. One feature unique to this style is the removable/zip-out thermal liner which extends all the way down the leg. I can’t think of a better arrangement for riding in cold or cold/damp/wet conditions. Be sure to take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see a great series of photos that show all the features I’ve described here. For crash protection the pants are supplied with removable foam armor in the knees and hips. This armor is not a “hard” type armor (which would not be the most appropriate thing for a loose fit pant like this), but rather it’s a softer, more pliable design which will provide some impact protection without being bulky or uncomfortable.

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