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Motorcycle Jeans

Riding a motorcycle in denim jeans has always looked cool: think Brando, Fonda, Dean, McQueen et al. But a Levi 501 style jean bought on the High Street really doesn’t offer much protection if you come off the bike. A protective jean of some description offers significantly higher levels of abrasion resistance. Kevlar is the most common backing material for biking jeans, although other aramids like Pekev and Covec do a similar job. A biking jean will also have pockets for knee and hip armour, although this does not always come fitted as standard. Some jeans these days are so protective that they offer as much as three times the abrasion resistance of a leather trouser. But such jeans can be very heavy, and are not always nice to wear in the summer. One of the most technically advanced brands in the protective jeans market is Rokker of Switzerland. Their jeans  look like a standard Levis; other brands will often have panels and stitching that can make them look more like a motorcycle trouser. Some people like this; some people don't.

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Rokkertech Ladies Jean

Rokkertech Ladies Jean (ROK2410)


Rokkertech Slim Jean

Rokkertech Slim Jean (ROK1060)


Rokker Chino

Rokker Chino (ROK004)


Rokker Chino

Rokker Chino (ROK006)


Richa Nora Lady Jean

Richa Nora Lady Jean (RI288)


Halvarssons Yago Trouser

Halvarssons Yago Trouser (HAL370)


Halvarssons Curtis Pant

Halvarssons Curtis Pant (HAL531)


Halvarssons String Jean

Halvarssons String Jean (HAL146)


Furygan D02 Oil jeans

Furygan D02 Oil jeans (FGN443)


Halvarssons Blaze Jean

Halvarssons Blaze Jean (HAL598)


Halvarssons Leather Jean

Halvarssons Leather Jean (HAL144)


Halvarssons Ladies Leather Jean
Halvarssons Wrap Jean

Halvarssons Wrap Jean (HAL474)


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