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The Drift from Drayko are low-rise, relaxed fit riding jeans made with Military+ Grade DuPont™ Kevlar® and DSM Dyneema®, The World's Strongest Fiber. Made to do one thing, keep up with you and your motorbike. Drayko Drift, keeping freedom extreme.

The Drayko lining features a world-leading combination of Kevlar and Dyneema, and is soft, breathable, flexible, non-allergenic and vastly superior to basic woven or knitted Kevlar alternatives. Drayko's revolutionary lining takes advantage of Dyneema's amazing strength to weight ratio to deliver unrivaled safety and comfort.

Note: The Drift Jeans feature a large Drayko D logo on either rear pocket, not shown in product images.


  • Hand distressed denim
  • 34" inseam allows rider to hem to length
  • Matching stitching
  • Loose fit with low waist
  • Modern street style fashion jean
  • Loose leg for comfort and fits over riding boots
  • Reinforced seams
  • Matching stitching
  • Wide belt loops
  • Zip fly and no rivets on the back for safety
  • Large coin pocket on left for easy access

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Drayko Drift Riding Jeans 4.4 5 101 101
Finally a riding jean that is what is claims These Drayko riding jeans are one of my favorite pairs of jeans. They have all day comfort, no rivets to scratch or tear your baby. The fashionability is spot on and yet still quite manly. I'd recommend them to anyone not wanting to wear leathers all of the time, but who still want safety. September 22, 2015
Levi's for riding Fit, style, comfort its all good. I'm a 34"x 34" and I didn't have to hem these (bonus). Like other reviewers I got rid of the bid old "d"s on the back and now they look like a regular pair of jeans. I forget I'm wearing Kevlar once they're on. June 17, 2015
Awesome Jeans These riding jeans are awesome. The waist size is a little bit small, and the length is very long, so its a weird fit when not riding. Also the front pockets are small, but have been fitting an Iphone 6 plus inside without trouble. June 15, 2015
Great buy I bought these jeans with money that was supposed to go toward a Wr400 but since i am riding on my dads shadow sabre 1100 i figured that i should invest in safety first. It was completely worth the money. I got these jeans 3 days after i ordered them and i flipped s$*t because of how fast it was. They are very good looking like designer jeans but much better. They feel very comfortable and have the most area of protection i could find. My ONLY complaint about them is that the knee armor could be raised one inch up, it doesnt cover my whole knee until in a riding position but i think it'll do. Over all these jeans are worth every cent. Love em. May 8, 2015
Pretty darn good... Went after a set of low profile looking jeans with some added protection and ended up with these. I normally wear a 32x32 jean but it needs a generous cut in the legs, for this I had to go to a 34" waist version of these to fit. They do shrink some when washed so wash them before you hem. The legs tightened up some as well when washed but loosen up quickly when worn. They are very comfortable. I've warn them going to work in 40* weather without feeling cold at all. In the warmer weather they are fine as long as you're moving. As soon as I get home, they come off if I'm hot. The big "S" on the back pocket is kinda lame. I liked the pants so much that I got my wife a pair so now we're cruising around with matching "S" embroider on our backsides, kinda goofy... The pocket are a little short for my tastes, but I guess it makes it easier to get your keys with gloves on. The belt looks are of good construction and wide enough for a 1.75" belt if needed. They some super long so you can hem them to pretty much any length you need. Based on my other pant sizes, they would be considered a 38" inseam as they come. I had them hemmed so that when seated they would cover my boot like a normal jean would when standing. I would have preferred some ability to add impact protection of some kind to the knees, but the fit was so good and they were so comfortable I didn't look at other options for that. May 4, 2015
No knee pockets The jeans look good and fit well however they do not offer any protector pockets for the knees. Looks like I made a mistake because I actually want knee protection in my jeans. I think I will have a tailor saw pockets for the knee protectors.. April 5, 2015
Almost perfect I like the jeans, and with a couple changes, I'd think they were perfect riding jean. 1. The rear pockets. The embroidery is just too much. I have to remove it. 2. The front pockets. Please try and put a pocket in that can actually be used for holding something larger than a squashed tissue. 3. I measured my waistline at my belly button as 40". I bought the size 40 jeans. They're too big. They're not huge and I'm really not too worried about it since I can wear a belt or layer armor under these jeans easy, but it would be nice to have a slightly smaller jean. I was in a hurry and needed the jeans now and wanted the comfort of mind that a CE rated jean would give so I couldn't send them back. Word of warning...if the jean says 40, the waist size is 42; 38 is 40; 36 is 38; etc. 4. They're a bit long but when riding, it is nice not having a jean midway up my shin. Not really a complaint for me, but some may not like that. If you want shorter, you'll need to have them hemmed. The denim is a nice stretch style denim which is very comfortable. The jeans, like all kevlar reinforced jeans will be a little warm on hotter days. These should be no different. All in all, I'm very pleased with the jeans. A little pricey, but they're certified for abrasion resistance which is better than most of the other jeans on the market. March 30, 2015
Crash tested! I normally where 32x30 levi. At the time of purchase 2 years ago the only size available was 34. I ordered 34 anyways. When I received them, of course they were too big. I spent the money to get them altered and hemmed as they were too long also. I commute on a motorcycle 95% of the year considering the awesome weather in the beautiful state of Hawaii. And each time I've commuted on the bike, I've worn these jeans. They've held up terrifically in all of Hawaii's weather, even in the rain. They also fit well over my sidi mag 1 race boots just to put things in perspective. Unfortunately, last week, I highsided my bike. After hitting the ground, I slid on my butt on asphalt for about 5 feet till I stopped in the grass. Fortunately, because of these jeans, I sustained only a friction burn (1st degree) on my butt. The pants did tear a little but didn't tear into my skin. I wear a studded belt with these pants and it also ripped the rear center belt loop. Considering how long I've had them and how I ride practically every day in them, these jeans really impressed me on how well they performed. They are thick yet comfortable enough for me. With that being said, I will be placing another order of these jeans again. I highly do recommend getting some hip armor and/or knee armor to where with these jeans as they are not impact resistant. March 28, 2015
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Camille M: Good, but zipper could be better! Nov 28, 2015
Mark S: Great reviews Sep 24, 2015
Andrew M: Needed a good pair of riding jeans with protection/piece of mind. Jul 16, 2015
F S: These look a lot closer to normal jeans than most and were a good value. Jun 25, 2015
Bobby A: very good pair of jeans for riding. Looks like great protection. More Kevlar weave than the average riding jeans. they also look great. You will have to add your own knee protection. there is no pocket for them on these jeans. Jun 24, 2015
H I: Protection that looks like regular jeans. Lots of reviewers rained all over the back pockets with the logo--looks fine to me. They are long, but never minded the long/baggy look over boots. Jun 16, 2015
Sally S. L: Casual riding jeans for weekday commutes,
have not gone down on them so cannot say anything about it holds when sliding
hopefully won't have to
fits great, comfy, but a bit baggy
May 27, 2015
george R: comfortable pants. decent protection. May 13, 2015
Joaquin R: "Quality and Price" Mar 31, 2015
Glen W: style & color. Mar 16, 2015
Joseph S: I chose these because I need a solid pair of riding jeans. With the exception of people reporting that they are warm in the summer, the reviews are nearly all positive. Mar 15, 2015
Chris H: I wanted something with solid abrasion resistance for commuting in the 100*F heat this summer instead of heavier overpants or full on riding pants. Mar 12, 2015
Gabriel P: Great price and good reviews. Feb 18, 2015
Tuan Duc P: protection... no way regular jeans give any protection... Feb 15, 2015
anthony b: low rise is a must for me Feb 10, 2015
GABRIEL M: Good reviews, CE approve de. Feb 9, 2015
Jennifer M: Because the Womens jeans in this style rode too low on my hips in the back. The Mens jeans ride just right and still look great on me. I've had lots of complements when wearing these jeans. Very happy with this purchase. Feb 5, 2015
Michael D. M: money well spend Feb 1, 2015
Mitchell S: Good protection. Jan 17, 2015
MICHAEL G: Wanted extra protection and comfort. Dec 28, 2014
Christopher W: decent looking pants for protection. not as solid as the Rokker but they look better Nov 13, 2014
Joseph A: I was looking for a pare of denim riding pants and these were recommended. I saw a pair of Renegades at a retailer and liked the fit and finish. Reading the reviews the Drift seems to be less baggy than the Renegade. Oct 3, 2014
Dan C: lotsa kevlar; good fit; had em shortened at dry cleaners Oct 3, 2014
Thomas H: It's hard to find jeans in 34' length with a 30-32" waist. Ordered these based upon other reviews and videos. Perfect fit, style, and comfort! Sep 29, 2014
Steve Z: protective but looks like regular jeans. Sep 20, 2014
Peggy O: I just ordered my women Drayko jeans based on www research, and I received then today. Oh wow it fits like it was made for me. Cannot believe these are protective jeans, i will wear them on my next ride, so my husband saw them and wanted a pair as well. Sep 17, 2014
Lonnie M: Very comfortable and lined with Dyneema. Great motorcycle riding jean. Sep 14, 2014
Alex d: The Drayco drift riding pants are a cool looking pair of pants with reasonable protection
If im out for a ride i know i can walk around town with out looking like I have just been riding a bike
Sep 11, 2014
Ramandeep S: safety and style. i have used the product before comfortable and has the protection all the right places. Aug 31, 2014
Rob L: Better reviews than other brands. Most said fit is good, a couple said just like 501's. A few said they were able to remove the logos from the rear pockets. The video on the mfgr. website showing a guy being towed at 85 MPH on his butt was impressive. Aug 29, 2014
eric s: These jeans sound like they give excellent protection, look good and fit good for a good price. Aug 5, 2014
jeremy b: these jeans are fantastic- super comfy - breath well- fit true ( little long - hem them) look like normal jeans Jul 24, 2014
Chad M: Price, fit, and reviews... hope they're as good as I've read about. Jul 18, 2014
Kym C: Great, stretchy fitting jeans with excellent protection. No complaints. They may seem a bit long at first, but try riding in them first, cause you will find the extra length useful when you are on your bike and they dont pull up over your ankles. Jul 9, 2014
N I: Best riding jeans I've owned, pricey but very comfortable and lots of kevlar. A little heavy, extra long so get them tailored. Horrible giant logos on both back pockets, had to put patches over them! May 5, 2014
Clayton H: I like the reviews and I wanted that extra protection just in case. I tried Icon and didn't like the fit or look. Apr 11, 2014
Alexander A: Very hot, very scratchy, no butt protection (weird). The fabric is stretchy which is good for comfort but bad for the looks.

Bewareâ??these are not kevlar lined, but they have huge patches of thick yellow kevlar on the inside. To me it seems like a better idea and better protection.

Overall I'm happy with these.
Apr 10, 2014
Russell B: Size and better protection than standard jeans. Apr 9, 2014
Alexander K: I chose this item because I was looking for something that offers protection but doesn't quite look like motorcycle apparel. That way I can wear the jeans out after riding and I won't feel like I'm wearing motorcycle pants that make me look out of place. Mar 18, 2014
Danny T: I wanted a pair of jeans made with highly abrasive materials and this CE pair of jeans fit the description. Mar 10, 2014
Carlos A: For cruising days they feel good Mar 7, 2014
Brian M: Looking for a protective pair of riding jeans that look sharp. Feb 7, 2014
sammidi a: style and comparitiveperformance feedback Dec 6, 2013
D J: I pretty much purchased these to take my first order over the 4300 dollar mark for overseas orders as specified on your site but also a great product. Oct 14, 2013
Patrick R: More protection with style Sep 30, 2013
Andreas S: Need something not too hot for summer riding and more secure as well. Sep 16, 2013
T R: Safety is always my main concern when riding. However I do not want to take clothes to change in to. I have tried the over pants and it just becomes a pain to keep taking them on and off. These jeans offer great protection over a regular pair of jeans. Sep 14, 2013
Andrew M: for the style and protection. Sep 10, 2013
John R: Looked like some of the greatest protection out there in Denim and style looked more natural vs Motorcycle.... Sep 9, 2013
scott v: protection & style Aug 17, 2013
John G: I chose this item due to all the positive reviews Aug 15, 2013
Eric S asked: How do these fit with knee guards underneath? Would they be noticeable when walking around or cause the jean to fit to tight around the knee area. These look like a much slimmer cut then my Sliders jeans. Apr 28, 2015
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Sang Hoon C: My experience with these jeans is, the fit well around butt crotch and waist. I'm 5'8" I usually wear Gap size jeans 34x30. These jeans are long so I cuff the ankles. The inner seam will melt if it touches hot pipes, but they are very comfortable and I don't feel like they look like riding pants. Knee is not really padded, as these are more made for abrasion protection with Kevlar.
Don't know about sliders, but I'm not a small guy and it fits like a "relaxed" or straight cut jeans.
Apr 28, 2015
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Paul A: Hi Eric; I do not wear them with knee guards underneath. They are a fairly slim cut, laid flat the jeans I bought are 9 inches across from seam to seam. I hope this helps some.

May 3, 2015
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Andy L: I have RSTaichi guards. The fit a little tight and can barely get my size 30 over them. Apr 29, 2015
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Eric S: I actually have the same ones, so that was a huge help thanks. Apr 29, 2015
A shopper asked: I wear knee pads under my jeans, curious how these fit with knee pads under them. Are they noticeable when walking around etc? I currently have a pair of sliders jeans and they are very baggy which is great for wearing knee guards, but these look slimmer cut. Apr 28, 2015
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Chase G: I suppose it depends how you get them sized, but mine are just comfortable loose, I think Id only get thin style pads under them. I don't wear external guards but that's always an option too?

At any rate, they are comfortable.
Apr 29, 2015
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Timothy v: They have been great riding pants. Although I do not wear knee pads under my jeans, they should have enough room for snug fitting knee pads that are not too bulky. Apr 30, 2015
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Zak W: I would say thin knee pads would fit but it would be snug. The heans are nit real baggy but they are stretchy. Apr 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: Do you sell these with the optional knee and hip armor? Sep 23, 2013
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Jeffrey G: Nope. These jeans don't have a place for armor. The hips and knees are reinforced with kevlar, but no armor pockets. I think of it as a compromise for hot summer weather riding. Sep 26, 2013
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Brian M: There is no optional armor. A layer of kevlar is sewn right to the inside of the jeans in contact areas to increase slide time. There are no pockets or slots to add armor. Sep 25, 2013
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A S: There is if you order direct from the manufacturert. Was just curious if RevZilla was able to provide that option. Oct 2, 2013
Michael C: I purchased the optional knee and hip armor but not use it. While I know it's safer, it is a bit uncomfortable and feel awkward to walk. I am glad that I have it so that I can use it if I change my mind. Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there a rule of thumb for the sizing? ie if I wear 38's, should I get the 36's? Sep 4, 2013
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Lemuel C: I wear 36 waist x 34 length order a 36. So for was on size for me. The leg is going to be about a 38, which for me, is perfect. The hem hits the top of my foot when seated on the motorcycle.

The hem is just regular jean material so you can do it yourself with a needle.
Sep 28, 2013
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Laura R: My husband is 38 waist 32 long so I got him 38. They did need to be hemmed though. He loves them! Sep 25, 2013
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JOHN N: I typically wear size 34 and bought a 34 Drayko. They fit well Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does Drayko have any other jeans with this cut and fit? ( because the "Drift" fits me well) Maybe in black ? Apr 9, 2013
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jamie b: Check out Draggin jeans Australia, they make these but have other styles as well. c-evo jeans come with armor Nov 24, 2015
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RevZilla: We also sell the Drayko Renegade, which have a very similar fit and come in Black and Indigo (dark blue). Apr 17, 2013
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Roberto R M: i dont' think so. i am waiting for a black in drift. May 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the drift also CE approved, similar to the renegade? So does it have the same sort of 4.4 second abrasion resistance? Aug 31, 2014
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Dane C: Yes it does. Sep 1, 2014
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Michael C: Yes. Oct 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are these Drift jeans pre-washed? Will they shrink after washing and drying? Oct 24, 2012
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JOHN N: They did not state whether they were pre-shrunk or not. I've washed them 3 times, with warm water and low dryer heat and did not see any shrinkage. I'd avoid hot water or a hot dryer thought. Nov 5, 2012
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RevZilla: The Drayco Drift jeans are pre-washed and the denim blend is not designed to shrink. If there is any shrinkage (as there could be with anything denim) it would be minimal. Oct 24, 2012
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A S asked: Ok, what is the difference between Drift and Renegade? I see that Drift typically runs about $30 more --- is this due to style, or does Drift offer more protection? Jul 2, 2014
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Jason D: The drift is a mid rise/ boot cut fit where the Renegade is more of a traditional/baggy fit. Both have the same level of protection. Jul 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between Drift and Renegade? I see the Drift runs about $30 more - is it just style or does Drift offer more protection? Jul 2, 2014
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Stelios A: I own the Drift's and love em! I think the point of difference between the Drift and Renegade is the cut and possibly the weight of the material is slightly heavier in the Drift (although I could be wrong). Also The Drift have more of a weathered/wash finish about them whereas the Renegade are more your typical blue denim jean. Jul 8, 2014
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A S asked: Okay, these or Dainese D1 Kevlar jeans for the most crash protection?? Sep 27, 2013
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Marcus G: Both are better than standard jeans, but do not offer as much protection as proper riding pants with armour...I would suggest that these are fine for riding around town. Sep 27, 2013
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