AGV Sport Women's Aura Riding Jeans
Out of Proportion Waist
Very disappointed in these pants. Size 14 was perfect everywhere but in the waist which was easily 4 sizes too big; making them impossible to even try to wear during my daily commute on my sport bike without having my "assets" hanging out. No belt was going to fix the issue of so much extra material. These are going to be returned ASAP.
September 15, 2014
I wish I could buy more of these!
Following the advice of other reviewers, I ordered these jeans in one size smaller. I'm normally a petite 14, so the 12 short ended up being perfect! These jeans are so comfortable, I wish that I could wear them every day. They do come up a bit high on the butt, but that is okay for long-distance riding. I put additional knee pads in the jeans for extra protection, and the velcro slots accompanied it just fine. I definitely recommend these!
August 17, 2014
Great for the price
The size chart is a puzzle, but Customer Service staff suggested going by waist measurement alone. If I doubled the hip and thigh measurements as suggested, they were a bit large for me but in the ballpark. It worked! I am 5'8" 130 LB and a 4Long is a pretty good fit....a bit short (my inseam is 31 but the jeans do not stay down over ankle-high boots when in riding position) and a bit loose (need a belt!!).
There is lots of Kevlar and these jeans are much more comfortable than other safety pants for summer riding. Overall they will do.
July 22, 2014
Riding in Comfort
These pants run large and I moved down an extra size for the best fit. They are comfortable and move well while riding. These pants are relatively flattering considering I have not found any that fit my athletic physique. I would recommend them nonetheless.
June 27, 2014
Good bang for you buck
I ordered these pants so I can have a little more material between me and the ground, just in case. Since getting these bad boys I've put about 500 miles on them and still dig them. They are not the fashion statement of the year but that's not why I got them. I got them to protect my legs in case of an accident. So as far as that goes they get the job done for a decent price. I have worn them in temperatures ranging from 50F all the way up to 85F and they did good in both cases. So overall, bottom line if you are looking for your first pair of riding pants, don't want to drop big bucks and aren't trying to make a fashion statement these are the pants to go with.
May 19, 2014
Good riding jeans
Ok ladies, you know how hard it is to find a decent looking and fitting pair of protective motorcycle pants that don't cost a billion dollars. I'm 5'6", 150 lbs, 44 yrs and I still got it going on. These are not perfect but they are good value and when I ride it is for sport anyway. I bought a size 6 and they fit well, especially after a wash and dry (yes, the label says you can dry these kevlar on low). I like the high back on these pants and the kevlar throughout makes me feel protected. The legs are slim and the fit is nice from my butt down to my ankle. I can wear them over my boots but not in because of the lining of my particular boot. If yours is not a water-proof boot you may be able to wear them inside the boot too. The waist is designed to be high in the back for protection in a slide but comes down right under my belly-button in front so I don't feel cut in half in the riding position. Because of this they seem to feel loose around the waist but they don't fall down or sag and you don't notice on the bike. My butt looks decent from the back and I feel fine walking around in them.
March 25, 2014
Great protection! Large fit
I am 5' 115lbs and I purchased these pants. I was looking for a casual riding jean that lots of Kevlar. I ordered the smallest size and they were huge. However since the price was so good, and I was tired of trying on bike jeans I got them tailored for $40. I'm thrilled with them. They have a good waist line, high enough for riding and low enough for when you're off the bike. They have great protection.
August 26, 2013
I recommend these pants only because I feel the value is good compared with other Kevlar jeans. I totally agree with other reviewers that say these jeans are way too big. I ordered a smaller size and I still need a belt to hold them up. They are high cut with wide thighs and a tapered leg. I call them my parachute pants. As much as I want to ride with Kevlar jeans, I'm going to stick to my regular jeans or riding pants until I can find some with a more flattering fit.
June 6, 2013