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I'm happy with these jeans but I didn't rate excellent due to a slight sizing thing. I have the D19 jeans in the same size, and these D25 jeans are cut slightly different. Not sure if it is unique to this pair but the crotch is a bit baggy on the D25 jeans. In fact, baggy enough that I double checked to see if I got a women's pair, which I did. I love the design and everything else about them so I decided to keep them. I might take them to a tailor to alter the fit in the crotch, but for now I'm just wearing them and they sag & poof a bit. I still think Dainese has the best jeans. I wish these fit as good as my D19's. If they did, they would be my favorite sexy pair. For now, they are just a pair of jeans I wear that I like but not love.
December 5, 2013
I really like the Dainese jeans. the cotton fabric with windproof is great for summer riding. The jeans have a great design, always look in style. I will recommend this jeans to any one. I am very happy with this product.
September 23, 2013
My girlfriend is very very please with it, fits great...
February 4, 2013
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Dashuri A: Style and versatility for short distance touringOct 5, 2013
Amber H: Style, product video & user reviews of other Dainese products. Hopefully they fit well.Sep 1, 2013
A shopper asked:Some pants have kevlar woven in with the fibers to make them much more tear resistant if sliding on asphault...does this item offer any such protection? Or do the onlything they offer above regular jeans is the knee pads and some minor wind proofing?May 12, 2013
RevZilla:The D25 jeans only have the Kevlar jersey in the knees. The rest is just the regular cotton fabric (no Kevlar weave) with the waxy, wind resistant coating. The D19 is the full Kevlar version.
And here's a free bit of info: While Kevlar weave does help tear resistance, the most important aspect of Kevlar is its ability to act as a heat sink. Denim itself is pretty strong, but when heat is involved the stuff disintegrates. Since road rash is just as much of a burn as it is an abrasion, the Kevlar soaks up a lot of the heat that would normally destroy denim.May 17, 2013
RevZilla:The Dainese D25 jeans are sized in waist measurements, so before you order, I suggest taking a waist measurement to be sure. If you normally wear a US ladies size 10, you are most likely a size 31. These also have a slight stretch to them and are sized slightly roomy. Inseam measurements are approximately 32 inches.May 2, 2012
ladyship:I ordered these. They look pretty awesome. I'm 5'9", wear a size 10 or 12 in US women's, and have an hourglass shape. These run true to size. I ordered a size 31 in these jeans and they're snug, but they do stretch a bit and fit around my bum.Apr 1, 2012
Soledad A:Hi! They do not have a space where to insert padding for the knee area. My experience while I had them on was the material is really strong. However, so much so that there is no room for stretch of any sort. My issue with these jeans, and all models of dianese jeans for women, is that I couldn't really crouch, the material was cutting off circulation in my knee area when I tried to. I bought one pair of each model, had to return them all sadly. They are a beautifully crafted pair of pants on the other hand. I found rev'it Madison jeans for women to be more stretchy, and overall fit better.Mar 15, 2014
I live in Australia and am having trouble sizing myself for your jeans. I am 162cm tall, 71com waist, 93cm hips and 81cm in the inner leg. Could you tell me what size I should order for these jeans? ThanksNov 23, 2011