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Good Value; fits true to size
I can't say how these will preform in a crash, but the material feels thicker and tougher than denim. They fit true to size in the waist but the legs are long in all sizes, so you'll need a tailor, unless you're a 34 leg. They are comfortable, though not very breathe-able, but that is to be expected. Except under close inspection the just look like normal jeans.
August 25, 2014
I finally picked up the pants after much deliberation and I am very happy with the fit and finish of these pants. They are euro style pants and do fit to size so please do check and wear them first.
I have ridden with them for about 300 miles and I felt they were comfortable and fitted me like my regular jeans but with huge peace of mind.
July 21, 2014
Inseam sizing poor
Nice jeans if you can get the sizing correct.
First stats: I'm 5'10" 210# typically wear a 38 waist. I ordered these pants in 39 with the thought i'd wear dainese's hard shorts under. Waist fit was spot on.
My issue with these pants and apparently all of Dainese's pants is their idea of "roving inseam" at least thats what im going to call it. In getting the 39 waist i got a pair of pants with a 38 inseam. In what scenario does that make sense?
If it was close like a 34 I'd have zero issue any hack tailor or the dry cleaners could make that a 30 inseam I usually wear but 8 inches?!!!? I regard my tailor as probably the best in michigan and theres no way he could lop that off and make the knee panel (the kevlar knee panel and the proshape knee gaurd) fit where its supposed to. You cannot sit there and tell me that making these with buyer selectable inseams is going to cut into your profit margin that much if at all on a 200 dollar pair of pants. Not impressed.
Also the color doesn't really do it for me but thats more of a personal gripe. I bought these due to kevlar throughout and additional kevlar in the seat and knees which is what i was looking for in a pair of riding jeans.
The inseam deal is mentioned in the product videos of other dianese pants so part my bad part buyer beware (although it is kinda downplayed on what an issue that actually is.)
That being said this is the reason I shop with revzilla. No hassle exchange is huge and they've earned my business for life between this and my other orders.
May 12, 2014
First pair of Kevlar Jeans. . .
You could say I went on a gear craze after my first major crash, which lately has lead me to these pants. While not perfect, I decided to keep them. It's always going to be a compromise of style v. protection.
I like the confidence that comes from knowing you have kevlar in your pants. I love the style of the Nevada pants. Slick dark denim and subtle stitching. Reviews of the pro-shape armor aren't so great but that doesn't matter to me--I took em out and wear Dainese Knee V Guards underneath instead. I can even fit my Dainese Hard Shorts under these. The waist is true to size. I'm a 33 but got a 34 since I'm usually all geared up. While the waist is true to size, these jeans definitely get tight at the knees and taper down. . .which brings me to the negative side of things.
What I don't like so much is the size of the opening at the cuff. I was hoping for a pant that I would be able to wear over a pair of Sidi ST's for when I need maximum protection but that is not the case with these. You'll have to tuck them into the boots. I considered exchanging them for another pair of pants but the style is so awesome I think I can live with them.
Haven't tested these in hot weather and neither have I gone down with them so I can't give a conclusive score on airflow or protection yet.
May 7, 2014
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A shopper asked:what is the difference between these and the 1K nevada besides the fitment of loose/skinny. I'm trying to see where the price difference is coming from and won't want to sacrifice anything just because of a few dollars. please advise?Mar 26, 2014
Joshua A:I have since tried the alpinestars hellcat and I would recommend them over the Nevada 0k. Kevlar panels are a bit larger in the seat and continue down the sides on the hellcat. The knee protectors are way beefier and hip pads are also included with the hellcat. There is an elastic panel on the back and a zippered hem so you can fit race boots under them without having a huge flare. The cut is more straight with the hellcat so it won't be as slim but still euro style. The wash is a dark indigo--not the black with stealth stitching that you'd find on the Nevada 0k.May 31, 2014
A S:Thanks Josh, I swung by the Philly store and tried them on and really like those, I ended up getting the alpine stars resist as they fit over my race boots without the zipper which would be a pain to tailor, and the knee armor seemed bigger. Thanks for the advice!Jun 1, 2014
A shopper asked:I am also interested in what the difference is between the 1K and 0K. Is the 0K a slimmer fit? Does the 0K come with the knee protectors? I know the 1K comes with the knee protectors.Apr 1, 2014
A shopper asked:Do they jeans have Kevlar throughout the entire pants and extra in seat and hips? I'm curious as to what listing the Kevlar twice would mean if not that. This is what I'm looking for if that's the case.May 1, 2014