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Old 05-15-2020, 05:49 PM   #1
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Motorcycle Pants/Jeans Options....

Looking to up my safety game and buy pants/jeans for riding. I'm an odd size, 33x29 and have always had difficulty finding clothes that fit well.

I'm open to taking a good pair of jeans to a seamstress, if they need the length taken in a bit.

I'm looking for protection that pairs with style.
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Old 05-16-2020, 11:46 PM   #2
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Spidi, Rokker, and Resurgence have nice single layer jeans. I've got a pair of Resurgence cargos that I use occasionally.
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Icon makes some nice jeans, some have the little protectors with Kevlar lining
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I've got a pair of Scorpion Covert Pro jeans I scored on FB market place for half price, $60. They do not have armor, however are very thick with "padding". I'm very pleased with them. They are a tad warm, put that's expected due to the padding. They run a tad small in the waist. I'm typically a 36W x 32L guy in normal jeans which fit just a tad lose in the waist. These pants are a 38W x 32L and fit like a 36 in the waist and just a tad short for my liking. Other then that they are comfortable and been great jeans. Just a note, I'm new to street riding and these are my first set of pants/gear. So I don't have anything else to compare them to.

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you should consider something like FORCEFIELD armor...it is an armored top and/or bottom layer with arm thigh knee etc inserts ... you put it on and where regular clothes over it ... it's good in all weather ... it'll give you a little more protection than most bike jeans
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Thanks for all the recommendations

Has anyone tried the Maxler brand motorcycle jeans yet? I like their style, but I haven't heard of them before.
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Bought the Maxler Moto jeans on amazon. So far they are comfortable and pretty stylish. Perfect for cruising to a bike meet and wanting to look as civilian as possible, while offering good padding and Kevlar lining in the important areas.
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I'm still going to look for some leather pants and racing boots. Something with a little more protection for when I go riding in the mountains. I only have $350 left on my gear budget though, so I may be going to Cycle Gear for those things...
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Is Cycle Gear frowned on? I stopped by there the other day and found some of the Heat Out stuff that I'd seen on an internet site. They didn't seem to have a good selection of riding jeans/pants in store, but I was looking through their online inventory of pants not even an hour ago.
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Is Cycle Gear frowned on? I stopped by there the other day and found some of the Heat Out stuff that I'd seen on an internet site. They didn't seem to have a good selection of riding jeans/pants in store, but I was looking through their online inventory of pants not even an hour ago.
I don't think so. , I prefer going to one of their stores to try on gear before purchasing anything online... But then their prices are not that far off from online, I end up buying if the fit is right.
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