Skip to main content
Your Basket 0 Items

Alternative Views

Resurgence Khaki City Chinos
Resurgence Khaki City ChinosAlternative Image1
Resurgence Khaki City ChinosAlternative Image2
Resurgence Khaki City ChinosAlternative Image3

Resurgence Khaki City Chinos (RSG006)

£193.00

Please select a size.

Product Information

The City trouser has a military cut, straight leg. It’s made from crease-resistant cotton twill that is 60% lined with Pekev. Like all Resurgence trousers, the Chino comes with adjustable D3O, CE armour for the knees and hips. And there’s a comfort mesh lining to keep you cool, and to wick moisture away from the skin. It’s the perfect trouser for those who want to jump off the bike, and go directly into some kind of meeting, or in fact any kind of more formal environment.

Specification

  • Lined with PEKEV to the mid-calf
  • Soft crease-resistant cotton twill
  • D3O CE Knee and Hip Pads included

Reviews

Pete: Product Review

Now I've four or five pairs of kevlar/aramid jeans of different makes, styles and fits. I just want to say that for comfort, style and functionality, short of throwing myself down the road to test them, these Resurgence City Chinos I bought from the actual shape and your actual no pressure at all guv'nor of Motolegends are the best of the best. The sizing and cut is as per "normal" trousers or jeans (I wear RM Williams size 38/34 in street wear) and these Resurgence won't be my last pair. They're well made, properly stitched, a big one button waist fastening and have a comfy lining and smooth internal seams that make you feel really comfortable when you're riding your bike that some other brands just don't have. They are discreet (the pair I bought don't have any Resurgence logo like the pair in the photo), have two deep front pockets and two deep rear pockets. I've been wearing them on all dry days down to the current 10 degrees and they've been warm and comfortable. As they're lighter in weight than some denim aramid jeans, they are much more comfortable to wear on hotter days too! In fact I pair them around London with RedWing Boots and a brown Segura jacket and they look the business (so my wife says). They simply look and feel like quality fashion chinos and not biker wear at all. With a white shirt and polished shoes or boots, you could sport them in an office all day. Truly for Distinguished Gentlemen that ride! The fact they're lighter khaki coloured makes any rider wearing these chinos more visible to other road users than black or dark denim trousers too. I'm a fan and will buy more. Can you get them in navy blue too?

Nicholas Palliser: Superb

I don't like to leave reviews until I have worn an item for a while. These trousers are outstanding. I wear them to ride to work. I am a consultant and therefore visit clients at their place of work and I have nowhere to change. These are ideal. Not once has anyone noticed they are not ordinary chinos and yet I feel a lot safer on the bike. I wore them on hot trip around Slovenia this summer and they were perfect. Don't get me wrong, they are pretty warm when not riding, but never too uncomfortable. Highly recommended.

Richard R: Not as comfortable as other reviews

Working in an office and having read the other reviews I thought these would be perfect. However, there are some issues with the lining that despite numerous adjustments I seem unable to resolve. Don't get me wrong they look great, a bit bumpy around the knees but that is being really picky. The main issue is the Velcro holding the internal lining in place manages to free itself and ends up rubbing up against various parts of the leg. As a result wearing them for any length of time is not particularly comfortable. The external material is very soft and the quality of the stitching is excellent so I don't regret my purchase but if they could improve the lining / positioning of the armour then this would definitely shift to a 5 star rating.

Leave us your review

You need to log in to submit a review. Please click here to log in or register.