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Specially created by Alpinestars Women’s design department for an optimized fit for Women, the Kerry Tech Denim jeans feature highly abrasion and tear resistance DuPont™ Kevlar® reinforcement in critical impact areas and knee and hip protectors.
Regular/straight fit 13oz denim for excellent abrasion and tear resistance
Interior Kevlar reinforcement panels in the seat, hip and knee areas
Strong twin stitched main seam construction
Pre-shaped leg construction is anatomically optimized
Removable hip protectors with Velcro attachments
CE-certified knee protectors
Internal knee compartment allows adjustment of protection to fit various leg lengths.
Customized detailing on metal YKK zip, buttons and rivets.
Contemporary print design on inner waist and pockets
Leather belt patch and leather logos on front and rear
This was a gift for my daughter she loves them. She is a commuter rides every day.
July 7, 2014
The wife didn't like it
This was for my wife. At the time of purchase it was the best cost/benefit around. It fits very well and it is very padded. The wife didn't like the style though. Said the waist was too high and got her big hips. Well, that is her opinion anyway...
June 9, 2014
Not a good fit
I found the knee armor on these jeans were too bulky and square; they went to my ankles. I swapped them out for other armor that I had. Its a much better curved looked to the knee now. Also they do not fit over my boots and don't fit in either so they just sit above my ankle boots and look weird. I do intend to keep the jeans because they serve a purpose- riding jeans with knee armor. Will look for a more flattering pair of jeans.
April 20, 2014
The pants were very comfortable for riding on our Harley
They come with the knee and hip protection pads. I thought there would be more Kevlar lining but over all the pants fit great and the sizing was accurate.
March 19, 2014
Overall good, but could be better
Bought these in size 38Euro/2US for girlfriend who is 112 lbs, 5'0", athletic build, and normally wears size 0 Petite pants. The Kerry size 2 is one of the smallest moto jeans made for women, and they fit her OK -- not great, but good enough to keep them. If you are 5'2", 115 lbs, these pants in size 2 will be an exact fit.
The Kerry have a slight taper at the bottom, and the waist is normal-to-high rise -- this will provide greater protection to the lower back -- protection from the wind while riding, and from the asphalt while sliding.
The knee protectors are CE-certified soft foam inserts, without any hard parts. We may be upgrading these to Knox or Forcefield protectors. There are two knee protector pockets in each leg, one about an inch lower than the other, to adjust the position of the protector. Not much of an adjustment, but it's something.
The hip protectors are too slight to provide much protection IMO, and also they attach using a 1"x2" piece of velcro, which may not be able to hold the protectors in an impact. We will definitely be upgrading these.
October 6, 2013
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Bobby A: Look great. good for around town.Jun 24, 2015
JESSICA P: Got good review on another site. Protection in seat, hips, and knees.Sep 29, 2014
Richard D: Great level of protection and great fitJul 16, 2014
Melissa M asked:The jeans arrived today and I'm happy with the fit and the length--long enough for me at 5'8" even when sitting--BUT I'm stunned to see they are labeled hand wash and hang dry.........Most Kevlar lined jeans (without the armor of course) are labeled machine wash and tumble dry. Anybody have advice on the washing instructions? or experience trying maybe just a little bit of dryer on a low temp?Nov 5, 2013
Alysa R:I've found it's the dryer that does the most potential damage. But I don't have the time or patience for hand washing. I've been machine washing these in cold water, then hanging to dry. They dry pretty quickly (help from the spin cycle), and no shrinkage.Nov 6, 2013