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Dainese D6 Kevlar Jeans

Features:

  • Denim fabric with woven with Kevlar® yarn
  • Internal reinforcements with Kevlar® jersey by knees
  • Belt loops
  • 5 outer pockets
  • Reflective details on rear of jeans and under back of cuffs

Denim with Kevlar Panel D6 version also available

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Dainese D6 Kevlar Jeans 4.4 5 66 66
High quality riding jeans. Have had these for few weeks and they still not broken it fully. But definitely a great product from Dainese. - Pros: Very sturdy material Kevlar is embedded with jeans material all the way through, not juts knees as most other brands do. Looks good Still totally usable as a normal jeans for work or getting around. -Cons: Fit is slightly tight. I had to go one size up to be more comfortable on the bike. No armor (I didn't want any anyway). April 14, 2014
Nicely styled riding jeans. After sitting on the fence for months, I finally went ahead and picked up a pair of D6 Kevlar jeans. The main reason for my purchase was to wear something that offers more protection than standard jeans in those situations where leather pants are not practical. So far I'm very happy with my purchase. I'm 5'10" and 160lbs with a slender/athletic build. Size 31 worked great for me. After a few consecutive washes (to get rid of the smell) the jeans really didn't shrink much at all. Even with a somewhat slim fit, I was still able to wear my Sidi Vertigo Corsa boots underneath. I currently cuff the bottoms, but might consider getting them hemmed so I don't catch a cuff on the pegs or shift lever. I only have a few real complaints so far: They have a very strong chemical smell when new. So much in fact, I didn't wear them to class the day they arrived. This has reduced somewhat with a few washings. Secondly- The reflective strip above the back left pocket has already started to detach. Lastly- for $200, these should include some form of knee armor. April 14, 2014
fit and finish is fine, not sure about protection I purchased D6 recently I guess for the same reason most folks would buy it - to get some protection during rides but also be able to walk around in the jeans. I use D6 mostly as my commute outfit. I am a very fit person and I got a little bit larger size just in case - size 30 while my normal size is 29. 30 is a little larger than a perfect fit, but this was my choice in case I need to add an extra layer here and there. While I am generally happy with looks I am not sure D6 provides a decent protection, especially in the knee area. But well, what can you do, for that you would need something different and less commute friendly. :) April 14, 2014
D6 Kevlar Jeans I was looking for something casual, jean material, and without the exaggerated stitching. The jeans are just that. They are so casual looking you could mistake them for regular jeans. The reflective logo on the pants sleeve cuff is pretty cool too. They also have a reflective strip near the belt loop. I wear 32x32 in Levi's so I went with the 32 size and they fit perfectly. If you like them a little loose one size up would be recommended. April 14, 2014
Good looking pair of jeans with some protection Sizing, I usually wear a 34 in jeans that have some stretch or a 36 in normal denims. The 35 fit me fine, if slightly loose. The 34 also fit my waist but not my thighs. Its been mentioned that these are extremely long but I just roll mine up a couple of times. They are very comfy and dont look like bike jeans at all and my friends provided good feedback. I personally dont like the Dainese logos on the pockets but I can live with them. I like that these dont have kevlar panels but instead a kevlar weave combined with the denim. I would have liked some pockets in the knees for armour so now I need to look at the RS Taichi knee guards. These go great with my newly purchased TCX X-Rap shoes and are perfect for a day in the city. If you're going to be doing faster rides, these are not the pants to wear. Overall, a good purchase and I am very happy with them so far. Way better than most of the other bike jeans April 14, 2014
worth the money; nice fit and finish and protection I purchased both the Dainese Montana 4D jeans and the Dainese D6 Kevlar jeans at the same time. This review covers both. I've owned all kinds of gear for various riding conditions. For my urban warfare commuting, I switch between Motoport Kevlar and Draggin Jeans. I feel reasonably protected in the Draggin jeans but wanted a more modern and stylish look. Montana 4D - these jeans are less expensive than other models, look great, fit great, and feel like tissue paper. I have regular jeans from 7 for All Mankind that feel sturdier than these jeans. The "protection" seems to be extra sleeves of material extending from thigh to the top of the leg. I absolutely do not feel safe riding in them, except perhaps for a trip to the store a few blocks away when I can't break 20 mph and there's no traffic. Do not buy these jeans. Spend a little extra on something better. D6 Kevlar - these jeans are expensive, look great, fit great, feel fantastic, and seem to offer the same level of protection as my Draggin Jeans, with armored butt and knees. They have some nice touches, like reflective logos on the butt, angled belt loops for a leaning riding position, and a zip fly. The dark wash is very nice. My only complaint is that they are long; it surprises me that a motorcycle apparel company would make a product with so much extra material because they can catch on pegs/shifter. I may get them tailored. Overall these seem worth the price. April 7, 2014
Great riding jeans I'm very happy with how these fit, look, and feel. They're comfortable and "normal" enough to wear while going out or meeting people. They are a bit thicker/stiffer than normal jeans, but not too much (and will likely wear in a bit). Comfortable while riding, I think they run just a bit small (I normally wear 31" waist jeans, these are snug at 32" size) and the legs are a bit long, but not too much with boots on (I am normally a 31" inseam). Only regret is there is no padding/reinforcement in the butt, only on the knees. April 6, 2014
Do Not Get If You Ride A Sport Bike I said that I don't recommend theses, however, if you ride anything besides a sport bike I would revoke that. I bought these to ride around the city without zipping my leathers up everytime I want to ride to the store or locally. I'm 6' 2" 205 and the pants fit excellent... Until you get on the bike! They cut off circulation on the inside of your knees when bent so bad I couldn't wear them after a 10min ride. I tried stretching them by stuffing bundled up shirts in the legs to sit overnight, but that hasn't really worked because of the Kevlar. Hopefully they will stretch over time, until then... March 18, 2014
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Dainese D6 Kevlar Jeans
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Artur Volker C: I work casual and ride all week. Increase safety and still look like casual office was my try. Let's see... Apr 10, 2014
Genady L: Commuting to work without the need to get in and out of "motorcycle" pant Apr 5, 2014
Alan W: The replace my not quite as protective Joe Rocket Victory. Mar 13, 2014
Jonathan W: price and good reviews Mar 11, 2014
Matthew L: I needed something more than regular jeans, and these looked like they would offer a bit more protection without looking like a spacesuit, or baggy grandma jeans. Mar 3, 2014
Adam R: I like the style Jan 6, 2014
Barry G: Comfort. Nov 14, 2013
Javier G: Style Nov 8, 2013
Tony V: I am a Dianese junkie!!!! Sep 18, 2013
peter t: Great design, loose fitting and great qualty Sep 17, 2013
andrea p: Awesome riding pants, and they look amazing too... they are stiff as hell but hey! they are 100% kevlar so it makes sense... they get better with a few washes and a few rides... Sep 6, 2013
Joshua T: I chose these because I wanted a denim look, but I wanted a technical pant too. The ratings aren't terrible, so I am going to give them a try. Aug 14, 2013
Richard P asked: Will these jeans fit over Dainese TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex Boots? Aug 15, 2013
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Cord S: Depends on how beefy your calves are! I am 5'9", 210 pounds and a distance runner - I am normally a 34 waist but the jeans fit tight around my thighs so I bought a 36 which fits better (with a belt!). I did have to get the length hemmed also - they were able to keep the logo on the cuffs by cutting a center section out of the lower part of the pants. The new stitching is inside the cuff and you cannot see it. The seam stress did say she went through three needles sewing it! Anyway my TRQ-Tour Goretex boots are nearly maxed in the calf adjustment and while the jeans will fit over, they just do not look right. I love these jeans but usually only wear them with my Dainese Asphalt shoes or Doc Martens. Aug 15, 2013
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Cord S: Depends on how beefy your calves are! I am 5'9" 210lbs and a distance runner. I am normally a 34 waist but the jeans fit tight around my thighs so I bought 36 which does me good (I had to have the length hemmed). My boots are nearly maxed in the calves and while the jeans will fit over - it's tight and doesn't look right. Also doesn't look right, or feel right because of the cuff, tucked in. I wear the jeans with either my Dainese asphalt shoes or my Doc Martens. Hope that helps. Ride safe - cheers!! Aug 15, 2013
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Cord S: Depends on how beefy your calves are! I am 5'9" 210lbs and a distance runner. I am normally a 34 waist but the jeans fit tight around my thighs so I bought 36 which does me good (I had to have the length hemmed). My boots are nearly maxed in the calves and while the jeans will fit over - it's tight and doesn't look right. Also doesn't look right, or feel right because of the cuff, tucked in. I wear the jeans with either my Dainese asphalt shoes or my Doc Martens. Hope that helps. Ride safe - cheers!! Aug 15, 2013
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A s: I can?t say for sure that these will fit over the TRQ-Tour Gore-Tex boots but they are more of a straight leg cut as opposed to a skinny jean and I wear them over a tall Red Wing boot with plenty of clearance left over. I think you would most likely be fine. Aug 19, 2013
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Residence Inn R: Jeans will fit over most of the boots or cafe racer boots. TOuring boots tend to be higher and rugged so will strugle fit it over the boot. Y use the Jeans with regular chooper boots no problem and Alpinestars Track boos, no problem either. Aug 15, 2013
Steve M: I don't own those *specific* boots, but the Dainese jeans fit over my Sidi roadrace boats without an issue. I'd imagine those TRQ's are a bit less rigid and so would not have an issue fitting. Hope this helps! Aug 15, 2013
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Deborah M: I wear these D6 Kevlar Jeans every time I get on my 1098S, and I also ride in a pair of Dainese Cafe Leather Lace Up Boots. Aug 15, 2013
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Vincent G asked: I spend half of the year in a pretty humid and cold location, and I was wondering if you can machine wash these? And for those of you have, even if you're supposed to do, does it do any damage to them?

Thanks!
Apr 3, 2014
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Rob I: Hi Vincent,

I've washed mine many times without issue in the machine. I put them and my other jeans in a separate load in cold water. Hope that helps.

Rob
Apr 3, 2014
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Jonathan T: Yep. I wouldn't wash them after every ride but I've tossed mine in the washing machine on a delicate cycle a number of times and not had any issues.

Happy riding.
Apr 4, 2014
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Nathan N: I always wash mine in a front load washing machine using a cold wash without any concerns or obvious damage. Never washed it any other way. Apr 4, 2014
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Aaron S: i have washed them a bunch and still like new. I just hangdry them. no damage Apr 3, 2014
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Vincent G asked: How are these jeans during the spring and summer time? Are they cool/comfortable enough or would meshed pants be better for the Northern California summer? Mar 13, 2014
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Mark O: I ride in northeast summers. It get seriously hot a even more humid. They are thick jeans, don't get me wrong. But they're not to much if you can take the heat. They were a good buy. Mar 13, 2014
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Simon M: I ride year round in mine in Maine. I layer up in the winter, with long-johns underneath. In the warmth of he summer they are just perfect. Mar 20, 2014
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daniel S: They are great: fit a tad tight; European, but comfortable.
Good to 80's above that, I'll wear mesh.
Mar 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are these jeans tight on the calves and quads like slim jeans, or are they more like a straight legged fit? Different people have different sized legs, right! Chicken legs fit in anything, but tree trunk legs can be tougher to buy pants for! [6' @ 200lbs & usually rock a 34W/32L] Feb 4, 2014
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A s: These are very slim jeans and I wouldn't recommend them for you. I'm 5'11 and around 200lbs (normally wear 34W32L too) and I bought the 34's and had to sell them, they fit horribly. I mountain bike a lot in the summer, but my legs aren't huge or anything. I have been meaning to try the 36's and see if they are any better, but I'm doubtful. Great for the hipster crowd or those chicken leg folk, but I don't think you are going to like them at all!

Have been waiting and hoping for a less hipster version, aka "relaxed fit" but I'm not holding my breath.

It's a shame too, cause the quality of these jeans is amazing and from what I hear, they work very well in a crash. My advice, go buy some "firehouse work pants" for 1/3 the price of these and have nearly the same protection.
Feb 18, 2014
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Richard M: I have had these jeans for more than a year and they are still my favorites. I'm a bit smaller- 5'8" and 168# . I bought 34" waist and length comes in about 36" so I had them shortened. The roomyness in the legs is perfect for me.
BMW F800 GS 2012
Feb 21, 2014
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Pascal O: they fir like regular straight cut . I wear normally 30/32 and had to go for a 29 waist
.cheers
Feb 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: The jeans look pretty tight fitting. Would I still be able to use my Dainese Knee gaurds under the jeans? Feb 19, 2012
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RevZilla: Depending on your build and how the jeans fit you, you should be able to wear the Dainese Knee V Guards underneath the jeans. If space is a concern or you intend on adding protective shorts, we would recommend going up at least 1 size. May 2, 2012
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silvercat: yes I wear Knox Cross knee guards ( size long) under it !!

keep it safe
cheers
Mar 7, 2012
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MTS1200guy: I would think you can wear knee guards. For me, they were not too tight fitting Apr 30, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can I add removable armor to these kevlar pants? Jan 12, 2012
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Chris K: To clarify regarding the use of Kevlar:

This is the first Kevlar jean to have Kevlar woven throughout the ENTIRE pant. It doesn't just use panels in the butt and knee, but rather has a consistent weave throughout the denim.
Jan 23, 2012
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VintageCB82: No pockets for armor. I think there is another version that does have pockets for armor, think its called the D1 jeans? Jan 27, 2012
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Chris K: There is no pocket on the D6 kevlar jeans, however, the Dainese D1 jeans do ship with knee protection inserts. Jan 13, 2012
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peter t asked: hi guys, thinking of purchasing these Dainese D6 Kevlar Jeans. Typically im a 33-34 in jean size and the size chart doesnt help. Just wondering if anyone usually a 33-34 in size, which size they purchased? Thank You Sep 4, 2013
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Anthony Edward B: Hi Peter-I am typically a 33-34 as well and found size 34 generous, however I prefer the fit to be a little generous for getting on and off the bike. If you prefer a tight fit, then definitely go with size 33. Trust this was helpful, Anthony Sep 25, 2013
Firas J: Hi,

It's similar to diesel jeans sizes

Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: This is sewn throughout the jean right? So, is there a percentage on the tag? Jun 10, 2012
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manu: tag:
58% cotton
35.5% polyeste
6.5% aramid
Jun 22, 2012
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RevZilla: We are not supplied with a specific Kevlar percentage. However, we can tell you that Kevlar is woven throughout the denim, thus all parts of the pant contains Kevlar. Jun 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: I normally wear a size 32w x 34l jean. I am 6'3" tall. I have seen in Q&A that this jean runs true to size, and then in Anthony's video that is runs one size larger. I plan on wearing the dianese knee and shin armor underneath. What size jean should I go with...a 32 or 31? Thanks. Jun 8, 2012
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Noxx: I'm 6'6 and usually wear a 38 - I got 37's and they are indeed tighter than any 38 I've ever owned. If they ran a size larger, a 37 would've felt like a 38. They are true to size in my opinion. I'd order a 32 if thats what you normally wear, especially considering you will be wearing extra layers/armor underneath. Jun 11, 2012
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Winstonc: I'd recommend going with your true jean size because I wear 34x32 and also bought these with the size and fit and it works great in size and I also use a dianese knee pad underneath. Aug 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: is the pants leg wide enought to fit alpinestars smx plus boots Jun 8, 2012
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manu: They are quite baggy. The circumference at the opening of a size 31 pair is 16 inches. Measure your boot to see if that is wide enough. Jun 22, 2012
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RevZilla: The pant legs of the Dainese D6 Kevlar Jeans are wide enough to accommodate the Alpinestars SMX Plus Boots Jun 8, 2012
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A shopper asked: I wanted to know if these jeans would stretch over time like a normal pair of jeans? Apr 12, 2012
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Thruxton: I've had them for a while, washed them a bunch. I don't think they've stretched too much, but they have softened up a bit. Aug 24, 2012
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RevZilla: These jeans will stretch slightly, but not as much as normal cotton jeans. Apr 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: Are they vanity sized or run true ? Feb 3, 2012
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Chris K: The Dainese jeans run almost perfectly to your jean size. To clarify, if you wear size 32 jeans, order size 32. They don't run to your actual waist measurement, or the measurement of your jean, but rather, just the jean size. I wear size 36 jeans, and a 36 Dainese fits me perfectly. Feb 10, 2012
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MisoFine: They run true to size. Whatever you wear in jeans would be the size to get. Feb 6, 2012
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Glenn B asked: I just received my D6's in the mail & I'm on the fence about exchanging them for one size smaller. Do these jeans shrink at all when washed? I would like to know before washing & committing to keeping them. Thanks Apr 2, 2014
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Miroslav N: They didn't shrink much for me. As all jeans after a wash they shrink and tighten a bit but after wearing them for a few hours they relax again. Hope this helps. Apr 2, 2014
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Frank N asked: What is the length difference between sizes 30, 31, and 32? I ordered a size 32 and found it to be a wee bit roomy at the waist and too long on the legs. I do not want to lose the reflective Dainese logo, so I'd prefer to order a smaller size if the length is shorter. Jan 23, 2014
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Anthony Edward B: Hi- I ordered size 34 (my usual fit), also roomy that came with a standard 36" length. I had to take the length up to 33" due to the cuff getting caught in my shifter. I plan to order a size 33' for the summer and will use the 34" pant for the spring & autumn where I have room to tuck in layered clothing. Trust this is helpful. Anthony. Jan 29, 2014
A shopper asked: I notice there is a cheaper D6 Denim pants (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/dainese-d6-denim-pants) which looks identical to this jean. What is the difference between these two SKUs? Mar 21, 2013
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RevZilla: These two jeans may look the same, but looks can be deceiving. Much like my best friend and his twin brother, one is strong and protective, the other stylish and meek. Actually . . . they're both kind of stylish, which works because both of these Dainese jeans look pretty awesome. In short, the D6 Kevlar has a bunch of Kevlar in it, the D6 Denim does not. Now, this may seem confusing, but let me lay it out for you:

The D6 Kevlar has Kevlar panels throughout the pant, while the Denim version only has Kevlar panels on the seat and knees. The rest of the jean is just normal denim. In motorcycle apparel, Kevlar acts more as a heat sink than as bullet proofing, which is a TOTAL let down. You see, road rash is just as much of a burn as it is an abrasion. The Kevlar fibers dissipate heat, but don't change the overall integrity of the garment much.

In the end, Kevlar is expensive. The full Kevlar version is more protective, so it's bit pricier.
Mar 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hey, will you be getting more D6 kevlars in stock any time soon? I only ask because the D1s that are available for pre order look kind of dumb. Mar 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am really just wondering whether or not it is leather? May 31, 2012
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manu: The label on the backside of the waist line is suede leather.

The daemons on the back pockets are rubber ink.
Jun 22, 2012
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RevZilla: The logo patch at the waist on the Dainese D6 Kevlar jeans is leather. Jun 5, 2012
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Men's Jeans Size Chart

US 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44
Euro 44 46 46 48 50 50 52 52 54 54 56 58 60 60 62 62 64

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Dainese Size Chart
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30 808692 1755043-P67-30 Out of Stock
31 808693 1755043-P67-31 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
32 807395 1755043-P67-32 Out of Stock
33 808695 1755043-P67-33 Out of Stock
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35 808697 1755043-P67-35 Out of Stock
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38 808700 1755043-P67-38 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
39 807402 1755043-P67-39 Out of Stock
40 807403 1755043-P67-40 Out of Stock
41 807404 1755043-P67-41 Out of Stock
42 807405 1755043-P67-42 Out of Stock
43 807406 1755043-P67-43 Out of Stock
44 807408 1755043-P67-44 Out of Stock