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Comfortable, practical and stylish, the Dainese Arizona pants were designed to guarantee protection and safety. As always, Dainese use only the very highest quality materials: the trousers are finished in cotton with Kevlar a mesh lining which provides exceptional abrasion resistance for a garment of this type while soft, certified Pro-Shape protectors enhance the safety of the pants.
Pro Shape soft protectors certified to CE Standard EN 1621.1 included
Waist/Length. Have them hemmed. Pads very lightweight. Will they work???
Stylish, comfortable, and seemingly substantial. Will reserve true recommendation until (if ever!) I have an off wearing them. I am a 34-30 (got fat) and cuff up the pant legs for now until they get hemmed. Knee pads still fit in the appropriate location ONCE I GET ON THE BIKE as they should. Very comfortable for walking around. Waiting for some proper scorchers to see how they behave in hot weather. Big props to the sales floor staff at the Philly location for help with sizing and off the showroom floor gear!
May 27, 2014
Just opened the box and threw these on 15 minutes ago, here are my initial impressions.
1. I was just wearing regular jeans and just threw these on. These definitely feel thicker and don't breath as well as my jeans. I'm guessing thats due to the Kevlar. Still very comfortable.
2. Size; I'm 6'2 200lbs athletic build. I have muscular legs and these fit great. I was slightly worried that they would be too tight around the thighs but they are perfect. Also being 6'2 with a 34 inch inseam, I needed to fold the cuff of the leg. So another one of my fears that they would be too short was dismissed. I went with the size 35. This is a requires me to get belt but gives me room in case I hit up 5 Guys while out on a ride.
3. The color is darker than the photos online. Just something to consider.
4. As far as the material goes, it appears to be the kind that collects every little lint ball or spec of dust. Hopefully this is only because they are new and after washing a few times it will go away.
5. The CE inserts are barely noticeable. Super thin and flexible. I'm not sure how much they will protect in a crash, but still better than what I had with my jeans.
I had a hard time trying to figure out the difference between these and the Kansas 1C pants, as well as the Yamato EVO cotton pants. The only thing I could guess was the CE inserts that come with the Arizona's. I don't think the Kanas or the Yamato come with any type of insert for the knees. The pro-shape armor is $30 so, I guess it adds up with the extra cost of the Arizona's.
All in all I'm pretty happy so far with these. I saw what little protection (none) that jeans offer in a crash, so I decided to upgrade to these. I wasn't overly crazy about the Kevlar jeans, they just look weird to me. These fit the bill and I'd recommend to anyone.
May 16, 2014
These are great pants with decent protection. But they look like normal pants with no signs of otherwise. I'd get another pair if they had differ colors.
April 21, 2014
Dainese Pants kevlar
Fitment, comfort, material, is very good ... kevlar lining, pockets properly ergonomically situated .. color options a MUST... length in seams option a must, Boot cut, straight leg option a MUST ... Love the mOST the knee pads that comes with it..
March 15, 2014
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eliot d: they dont look too baggy like most cargosApr 11, 2014
Joshua A asked:How do cotton riding pants like these fare in a low-side-sliding-on-the-pavement situation? I understand the seat is reinforced in Kevlar but I would like to know how the rest would fare.May 7, 2014
Ryan T:Better than regular jeans or pants but not as good as a textile or leather pants. These should protect you enough for a single crash, obviously depending on speed. The main difference is that after one crash, these will be done where the leathers or textiles could probably survive multiple crashes.May 16, 2014
Mark S:They are much more on the green side, not brown. I expect the video shows an older version of the pants. I sent these back, by the way, and purchased Joe Rockets instead. The Dainese seemed not much more protection than my Levi's but since I have not crashed with them on, I do not have a basis to that claim except by the weight and feel when they arrived at my house.Mar 24, 2014
Gregory M asked:So are these more like the photos (slash front pockets, large level wrap-around bellows side cargo pockets, single center-back belt loop) or the video (vertical, forward-set front pockets, smaller angled forward-set thigh pockets, two center-back belt loops)?Jun 22, 2014
Eric W:more like the former... the cargo pockets aren't bellow-y though and the overall fit of the pant is less like a cargo pant and more like a khaki pant modified for riding, if that makes sense. they fit great on me (6', 200lb, a bit of a belly)... got 37 (wear a 58 euro size in Dainese).. just enough extra room in the waist and the knee pads end up in the right spot on the knees when seated. I will say I don't think these are going to offer the greatest protection should I slide but better than jeans in the Arizona summer.Jun 23, 2014
A shopper asked:My question is about sizing. For this product, size available are from 28-44 however from the size chart, the size are different, which are 44 to 60. My waist is around 33-34 inch. Which one is the correct size I need to choosespecifically for this product?Jun 14, 2014
Byoung-Ju M:I bought the pants size 30*34. My height is 5.7", body weight is 132.7lb. Waist size of the patns are similar as other pants or jeans. Fit and comfortness are usual as chino or cargo pants. But kevlar material makes some thight feeling on hip area. I think you can choose your size depend on your waist size. However, if your bodyweight, or hip size are relatively bigger than usual, you may choose 1 size larger than other pants. Apr 18, 2014