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Gary B: From what I have read and from what pictures I've seen these jeans seem to be not too baggy but not skinny either which is what I am looking for. I am also hoping that the leg opening at the ankle is small enough so that the jeans don't drag on the ground when you're off the bike walking around.Feb 16, 2015
Curtis W: looking for slim fitting casual jeans for daily commutingFeb 7, 2015
Gordon P: 2nd pair. Quality, comfort, style. Thankfully, a zipper instead of buttons now.Nov 28, 2014
James K: Wanted Kevlar jeans. I ride with them all the time. Feel great. I feel safer with them on.Sep 9, 2014
Alex F: Better protection than regular jeans for commuting and around town ridesSep 6, 2014
Steven K: I wanted some protective jeans for the days when changing out of my Joe Rocket riding pants at a destination isn't feasible. The Kevlar lining and some shin guards give me some peace of mind.Jun 20, 2014
Nathan T: The only kevlar jeans I have found that have a fit close to that of my regular jeans. Only wish they had some other colors.May 16, 2014
Bill B: Wanted a minimal protective pant.Apr 13, 2014
Pascal B: Bought a pair in 36x32 (I wear 505 in 34x32). They were too tight but they fit my son well (he wears 505 32x32). Since he rides too, I gave them to him because they are well made, have great Kevlar coverage and accept the Icon D3O Knee Pads very discretely. I am therefore now buying a second pair in 38x32 for myself. Beware Italian sizing! Order 2 sizes larger unless you have skinny legs, in which case you will be OK with 1 size larger.Mar 14, 2014
Theodore K: Look comfortable and once I received and get to use them, I hope to find out that they are comfortable.Dec 3, 2013
Fernando R: Best quality for a very good price.Nov 22, 2013
Donnie B: The value is tremendous, especially considering how much kevlar is sewn into the inside. These actually look like real jeans too, instead of denim baseball pants with separated knee areas.Oct 23, 2013
Gerard G: Good reviews and nice style.Oct 17, 2013
Fernando L: These AGV Sport Corsica Kevlar Jeans are low cost and of good quality. I've used mine for a few months and they feel great, the stitching is good and the jeans are sturdy.Oct 16, 2013
Fernando L:The AGV Sport Corsica Kevlar Jeans measure pretty much like any other regular jeans that I use. I wear a 32x32 and fit just like regular Levis slim fit, a little snug but not uncomfortably tight. If your regular every day jeans are a little short, then you may want to buy one size longer. Keep in mind that the Kevlar runs just below the knee but not all the way down so if your jeans are a little too long, they can be adjusted by a seamstress or tailor. The Kevlar in between the jean and an inside liner which has pockets for protectors, however, I have to use a base layer because the liner tends to be a little rough/scratchy on my legs. The base layer makes using the jeans much more comfortable. The jeans are well made, very good quality and look very good, very fashionable when using off the bike. The legs are tapered and look good with riding shoes and short boots but can be a seem a little tight with longer boots; I don't fancy the look with regular boots.Dec 7, 2013
Robert S:I usually wear a 36x34, went with a 36x36 to be sure. It is a great fit length-wise. The pockets for armor are there; but with a skinnier pant, there isn't much room to fit anything else. Otherwise, they are great pants, and I love the quick-dry material they are lined with. I rode in 100 degree weather and was certainly hot, but not stifled like I presumed I would be. Get em!Dec 8, 2013
George B:They have knee pockets for armor, but I don't think they offer the armor as an option. I cut down a pair of BMW knee pads to fit mine. I think the sizes run about the same as Levi's 501 jeans, or slightly smaller. Also, unfortunately, like 501's, they have a button fly, rather than a zipper.
George V:There no flaps on the back pockets. I love these jeans, if you have a slim build you will too. I'm 6'3 and 168lbs and purchased 32x36 size. They fit like Wangler slim fit jeans, but sit lower. They also have a button fly. Hope this helps, George V. Bend, OregonJan 23, 2014
JOHN T:Hi Matthew, I'm looking at them right now. These pants' back pockets have neither flap nor button. Also, be aware that they run VERY small. I've worn and still wear 32 x 32 jeans, and I could not fit into these pants. It wasn't just a little tight because they aren't relaxed fit, I literally could not my legs through them. I'm 5' 9.5", currently about 185 lbs. They were close to my wife's size, so I gave them to her. She's 5' 4", [redacted] lbs.
She doesn't like them because they're cut for men and don't sit well on her, but they'll protect her if she skids, so rather than go through the hassle of trying to exchange them, we kept them.Jan 23, 2014
Rodney M:There is no flap on the back. The pockets are like those on regular denim jeans. I'd also like to add, if you ride a sport bike, get a longer inseam than your normal jeans. They look fine when standing or sitting. When riding, the legs ride up, and if you're not wearing racing boots or boots that come up around your calf, your legs will be exposed.Jan 23, 2014
Erik C:John, they have not faded very much at all, not as much as my regular Levi's or Charhart's do. I wash them in cold water only so they really havent shrunk much either. I am still wearing them and i have unfortunately put on a pound or two but they still fit. I often ride up to the mountatns after church on Sunday and I wear the jeans to church. So they still look pretty good. I have been very pleased with them. ErikJun 5, 2015
Darrell F:I have only washed mine a couple of times because I am trying to limit the amount of wear and tear from the washing machine. Having said that, from the times they have been washed they do not appear to have shrunk. I would think fading would occur after many washes, but again I don't wash them after every time I wear them - only after they are bug splattered. Hopefully this is helpful.Jun 6, 2015
Michael R:Haven't noticed shrinking washing in cold, other than slightly snugger for the first few minutes I put them on, then they seem stretch out to fit like they always do. If they've faded it's minimal and not obvious to me.Jun 5, 2015