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Nathan W: Jeans fit true to size, I feel safe when wearing these, some slight binding at knees, but manageable, otherwise solid bomber riding jeans. I'm an athletic fit, large quads, yet, skinny below the knees, so these fit well for my physic (5'-11" @ 190 lbs); wear size 33/32 standard jeans.May 9, 2014
Charles B: Nice Jeans - would have liked the knee armer to be a bit thicker or tougher though. Going to buy the better knees at some pointApr 4, 2014
Daniel B: Like to have a fashionable look while still maintaining a certain level of protection.Mar 30, 2014
Paul V: I ride a Harley FLSTC and wanted protective pants but didn't want to go overboard to the point that I wouldn't use them. These jeans with built-in armor seem to strike a balance for street riding protection, comfort and style.Mar 17, 2014
Chadrick D: I like the cut and color of these jeans. They look "fancy". I hope the protection keeps up with the slightly over the top style.Feb 23, 2014
John N: Dainese is top of the food chain when it comes to quality and protection.Dec 21, 2013
valdon l: looks and protection. I have had a Dainese jacket for 10 years still get comments.Dec 5, 2013
Hugo G: To avoid looking like a power ranger. Great styling and fit, and woven-in Kevlar provides better protection than other jeans that only use Kevlar in specific zones. The knee protectors are nice too.Nov 6, 2013
Matthew M asked:So in the 1k review you mentioned the "K" was for kevlar but as far as I can tell these have kevlar woven throughtout the whole jean and additional kevlar in the critical areas like seat and knees correct? how do these differ then say the 1k series. Looking for the best combo of kevlar throughout and additional kevlar in probable contact points.Apr 16, 2014
Clay S asked:Hello I normally wear a 31X32 in American Eagle slim cut jeans, I'm like 5'8" and 150lbs and was wondering if I should order a size up with these if I'm wanting to fit something like the Dainese Hard Short underneath them?Nov 21, 2013
Rastko T:I have never tried hard shorts on so I don’t know how bulky they are. These jeans run pretty much true to size, if anything, especially in waste they run bit on the large side. They do get tapered below the knees but that wouldn’t interfere with the shorts. I was able to wear thermal underwear with them.
If you are concerned with being able to fit hard shorts maybe you should consider getting the Dainese D6 instead. They are cut little bit bigger (similar to Levi’s 501) but they are not ridiculously baggy like most of the other riding jeans.
Stephen R:I'm 5'9" and have a 30" waist, but wear my pants 32x32. I have these pants in a 32 and they fit just fine. They're a euro style cut, so they'll be snug around the thighs, and if you unfold the bottom you'll get an extra 3" or 4".Apr 16, 2014
Chuck F:I don't have any issue with the length and I am the same size. I guess it depends on your preference, but I like the pant leg a little longer to cover the top of my ankle high Dianese boot.Apr 16, 2014
Rastko T:Max, I don’t think that you will have any issues with the length. The jeans are fairly long so that they don’t ride too far up when you are seated. However they also have a folded cuff. Based on how they fit you can just fold your cuff further up or lower down. Also you can always have the length altered if you feel that they are too long.
Alfredo D:I am 6'0" w/ a 32" inseam. The jeans were overly long and cuffed as well. I'm guessing the extra length is to accommodate a rider in a crouch. I really like these jeans and highly recommend them.Apr 16, 2014
Bill U:The size shown should be the waist size. I typically wear either a 34x34 or 34x36 in regular jeans, but always go with the longer sizes when it comes to riding pants or jeans. I purchased the Dainese D1 jeans in size 34 and the length is perfect (I'm 6' tall). Hope that helps.Feb 19, 2014
houman g:My jeans size is 34 US and I bought same size. But, it didn't fit so I go for 36. I like this denim.
Revzilla gave me a exellent service on returing and sending the second pairs. I am 6.4 and 220 lbs.Feb 20, 2014
Brian M:I just have the D1's, but they seem to fit true to size. Example; I wear a size 34 waist in a Levi's 501, so I bought the equivalent size in the D1's and they fit fine. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.Feb 20, 2014
A shopper asked:Can you fit the dainese kit j knee guards in these? I thought the reason they were more expensive than the armor ready jeans was because they already came with the kit j protectors -.-Apr 21, 2014
Charles B:Exactly what I thought. Turns out, what they mean by knee armour is hardly armour at all. They are basically a flattened bit of perforated rubber , absolute crap so I'm planning on getting the additional J protectors also to replace the crap ones that came with. All in all the jeans are really nice in all other ways so overall I am happy with them. Certainly feel a lot safer than regular jeans.
one other thing to note is that the pockets that hold the armour (J type or the crap that comes with these is) is square essentially and looking at the J type these are far from being square in elevation... so im not too sure about how well these will fit into the pockets.... I will have a look to see if any reviews on youtube I think before I buy.