Drayko Cargo Pants
Good cargo pants
These size a bit long but perfect with my boots. Legs are flared so fit over my riding boots
June 24, 2015
Great looking pant for the price!
These pants fit just as described and being that my inseam is 32" I had the cuffs adjusted and they fit perfect. Very comfortable on and off the bike and great ventilation. Plenty of room to layer up underneath or wear pads. When you don't want to leather up for that trip to town these are a better alternative to jeans or Carharts.
April 29, 2015
Best Fitting Pants I've Ever Worn
First of all the price on these pants is amazing, not to mention they are extremely comfortable. I wore them to work all the time and worked very well for casual outfits. I say wore because I went down a few days ago and ripped them up but they saved me. Just a small rip but I slid for maybe 50 feet at 40 miles an hour and had just a scratch on my knee. Well worth the money and a great pant, thank you Drayko!
April 14, 2015
Great looking product
Great style, look like your favorite cargo pants.
Great for everyday riding. These pants have no impact protection, however these are loose enough for me to use the Leatt knee guards with no problem.
I'm a 40x30 on tommy hilfighers and these 42 fits just right, not too lose, not to tight. I had to hem them since they are very long, but I was able to do that trying them on on my bike and figuring how long I needed them in order to cover my boots while riding.
I'm very happy with the purchase and I also bought the drift jeans from drayko and they are also great.
January 22, 2015
Great product; skid protection and look better than jeans
I bought these Drayko cargo pants because I wanted something that provides great skid protection and looks nicer than jeans. These pants fit the bill, in all respects.
The waist fits true to your ACTUAL size (NOT your listed jeans size). If you find a Drayko sizing chart you'll notice that the inseam length is probably going to be 34" (or longer); that means lots of us will get pants that are a tad longer than we really need. Not a big issue when you're sitting on your bike, but I don't like the frayed and ratty "I keep stepping on my pants" look, so I had a co-worker take them up around 1" and now they fit and look great!
An aside: these pants are made for skid protection, not for impact protection. I would STRONGLY recommend getting armor to wear underneath. The pants are roomy enough for me to wear my Bohn armor underneath, so I get the impact protection from the armor and the skid resistance of these Drayko cargo pants. An excellent combination, methinks.
December 22, 2014
Great riding pants!
The pants are rather true to their size. The legs are kinda baggy which I like - works well in a riding stance and with boots. Airflow is pretty good - not too hot in the summer. When it was getting colder, I found it easy to layer up. There was still enough room under the pants to wear jeans; and personally I still found it comfortable.
They seem durable and padded in the right spots - I hope to never have to find out how durable or abrasive resistance they actually are.
I love the cargo pants style.
Unfortunately, these are my first and only riding pants, so I don't have much to compare them too, but I would definitely recommend them.
December 8, 2014
fiance things I look hot in these pants
And that right there is best thing you can say about these pants other than they protect you in an accident. Well, I haven't gone down in them yet so I can't comment on that. I am a 34 waist 32 inseam in pants normally and these are no exception. The one great thing is that I have very muscular legs and often I bulge the thighs out a bit in most jeans so I have to get relaxed fit and just wear a belt. These fit like relaxed fit jeans and they aren't tight fitting, which is fine I guess. I do still have to wear a belt and they do sit a little higher than my jeans. The belt loops seem sturdy and I bet you could loop them into a jacket if that option was available. They are not too warm in the summer in MD and now that I've been riding in upper 30's/ lower 40's temps, I can say they are just warm enough for that as well. The pockets are big and I can fit a lot in them. Even my kindle touch with the leather case on it. If I wear my big boots I can walk around in these pants without them hitting the ground. The other great thing about them is that my work has a no jeans policy and these technically meet the work requirements so I'm good there.Oh and I have gotten compliments from my coworkers about how good my butt looks in these pants.
November 3, 2014
I've been looking at a variety of Kevlar enhanced bike pants lately. These are positioned at a low price point, and the protection they offer shows it. The reinforced areas are limited compared to other products. No armor insert locations. If price is your absolute priority, and the alternative is wearing no protection, certainly these are an improvement, but they really didn't offer enough protection for me. Style and fit are personal taste. It looks to me like you could remove the tacky yellow label with a razor blade.
October 6, 2014