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Just one complaint
Having had the D6 kevlars for about a year and 10K miles (at which point there was a hole in the nether regions from sitting on the bike), I ordered the denim version because the kevlars were unavailable. The denim ones fit the same (which is to say, very well and comfortably). However, the kevlar lining is very minimal. There's only some right on the knees and the problem is that it's placed too high once you're sitting on the bike. It lines up perfectly when you stand though, so if someone rubs you with sandpaper on the knee while you're standing, you'll be protected. Not sure who they tested these on; your shins would have to be 70% of the length of your leg for these patches to line up correctly. That said, these jeans are really not about protection anyway and from a comfort and styling standpoint, I highly recommend them.
May 10, 2013
Those d6 are more comfortable than I expected. Before that, I used to wear and ride with APC jeans only, and this pair is my first Kevlar pair, so I was a bit wary of the comfort. I took them for a busy saturday of ride and gear shopping, and I was delighted by how comfortable they were. Great.
I only put 3/5 for the style, because, even though the cut is really good (could enter hip places without any issues), the color is clearly less dark/black than the pic would make you believe. The selector says "denim", and it really means BLUE denim.
Oh, and, the knee protection is "minimal", so don't hesitate to add some protective stuff inside.
November 12, 2012
Looks great but kind of expensive
Light feel. Not sure if they would hold up to sliding across the street.
May 28, 2012
Good style bad features
Style wise it is as good as it can get with a pair of motorcycle jeans. However they provide very limited protection and just at the knees. To make it worse, the position of the kevlar kneepad is totally off (too high). Knees are fully exposed when you are sitting on the motorcycle. I will have to have them altered by a tailor. I would not mind it for a pair of $80-90 jeans. Not for $180 ones.
May 21, 2012
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