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Each pair of Drayko Jeans is lined with a revolutionary combination of DuPont KEVLAR and Dyneema, the World's Strongest Fiber. Soft, breathable, flexible and non-allergenic - the Drayko Jeans lining is hugely superior to basic woven or knitted KEVLAR alternatives.
Drayko Jeans' patented positioning system ensures that each of the primary contact points are well covered. The revolutionary lining is specifically designed and positioned to keep skin safe at all legal speed limits and is secured with heavy duty stitching.
CE Approved armor is also included at the knees and hips to enhance rider safety in impact situations.
Full 360 degree Roomoto Liner provides excellent abrasion-resistance, providing 7.45 seconds of road-abrasion protection
Hip and knee armor included
Moisture-wicking, anti-bacterial technology to keep moisture away from the skin
Great protection in a traditional Jean form factor
Did a lot of research and these Drayko's came out at or near the top of the heap. CE 2 level protection, with hip and knee armor included. They come in a standard length of 34" so I had to get the pair hemmed. Also, if you are in between sizes, I'd go down a size. I wear 33" and got the 34". Should have gotten the 32". Had to get 1.5 inches taken out of the waist. Since you can only wash these in cold water and tumble dry in low heat, the jeans will not shrink over time.
The jeans wear warm so 75 degrees or cooler works best....can't imagine wearing them in 100 Texas heat. But a textile is probably better in that situation anyway.
November 10, 2014
High end equipment that offers high end protection.
Extremely well made. Heavy duty, thick material. Looks like jeans but protection like track leathers. Not for summer riding. Armor in the knees and hips.
October 8, 2014
Nice product but with a few drawbacks
Out of the package these are really well-built jeans. They have a full liner inside so they are very heavy and sturdy. The feel alot like those flannel lined jeans, including the additional weight and heat. They do not breath, especially in August traffic. I am looking forward to wearing them in the fall and winter.
The good is that they come with really excellent knox armor for the knees and hip, Both slide into pouches and with the full kevlar protection they are by and far the most protective jeans I've ever seen. The armor stays in place on the hip perfectly and provided your velcro placement is good, they seem to stay pretty well at knee level.
The downside, the armor pockets in the knees are not incredibly well thought out and the fabric opening is right in the middle of the pouch, so your knee ends up rubbing directly on the armor and not the fabric. Also, they do run a tad small, especially once you put hip armor in them. If you're a size 34 in Levis and your jeans are snug, then you might try a 36 in these. I wear a 34 in Levis but I guess I would be a perfect 35 in these jeans.
Otherwise, they seem great and the CE2 rating can't be beat. Hopefully, I'll never have to test them but its nice to know its there.
September 3, 2014
Great coverage. Traditional Fit. Least obnoxious design.
I'm quite happy with my Holeshots. The coverage is thorough and comfortable. Fit was dead on. I usually wear a Levis 501 34/34. These feel much the same although they appear just a smidge bigger to accommodate the full lining. These fit perfectly over my engineer boots
No stretch denim here. Jeans feel durable yet soft.
In the past, I've been turned off by protective jeans because of the style of the fit (usually too baggy) and the look (Obnoxious stitching, stonewash finishes). These jeans are the most traditional I've come across. There is a touch of intentional fading over the front upper thigh and knees that didn't really show in the promotional images
August 19, 2014
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Lee B: I needed a pair of riding pants for short casual everyday riding. These jeans fit that description perfectly with the comforting bonus of great protection. As soon as Revzilla has my size in stock, I will be purchasing the Rukka pants for the serious rides. Its all about protecting the "Quality of life".Nov 20, 2014
Abdulla A: CE rating for abrasion, 360 degree coverage, hip protection.Nov 8, 2014
Tuan Duc P: correct waist size for me, 360 lined, and armour for knee and hips includedNov 4, 2014
Kevin T: CE level 2 protection, also like the style and lookOct 13, 2014
Colin D: Fit and function. I was looking at the Rokker Raw Original as well, but they do not have hip pads.Jul 25, 2014
Patrick L: Cancelled order due to delay in shippingJul 11, 2014
Nicholas M asked:I notice that it says 360 protection, does this mean the entire jean have a protection liner? I notice it only has 7.45 second, how are these jeans compared to Rokker original?Feb 3, 2014
Alan C asked:I assume these are all 34" inseam like other Drako jeans. Can they be hemmed (like the Drift jeans) or does the full liner preclude that option? In other words, if you do not have a 34" inseam, are you SOL?Oct 30, 2014
Scott M:I guess it depends on how ambitious your tailor is. I've been thinking about bringing in the waist a bit and checked how the liner is attached. At the top it floats across waist like a regular liner but at the bottom its sewn all the way around the cuff. I guess someone could unstitch and restitch it, but it might be a little pricey. I'm taking mine to the tailor tomorrow to have them look at bringing them in on the waist, I'll let you know what they say.Oct 31, 2014
Yoshio K:I'm having these hemmed at a tailor right now. 2" shorter. Many tailors have specific experience working with motorcycle gear. The guy I use also alters leather jackets, etc. So it's possible.Oct 30, 2014
michael h:That lining is pretty thick, but the bottom leg seam is done with the lining so. I would imagine they could be hemmed. May need to go with a heavy duty or upholstery machine for the sewing.Oct 30, 2014
Blake W:Cuffs are not too slim at all. I'm wearing a pair, right now, w my Alpine Stars rain boots. I can't remember the model of these boots. But there not the slimmest. I have been using the elastic loop on the cuff to hold the jeans down. Seems to be easier to have band in front of boots to get them on. Then just slip them over the toe of boot. Hope this helps. BAug 11, 2014
brendan h:My riding shoes/boots are more high-top style than over-the-calf style. That being said, the jeans easily draped over the tops. I don't think it's mentioned in the description, but if you look closely at the pictures, the jeans have elastic stirrups to keep them from riding up.Aug 11, 2014
Tuan Duc P asked:How do you secure the knee guards? When i put in the mesh pockets, they seems to move around. suggestions wanted. no instructions included with jeans. also there is a black elastic band at the bottom of jeans... not sure what that all about..Nov 10, 2014
Blake W:The black elastic band is to put under your boots, so the jeans will not slide up, if you crash in them. The knee pads can move around, and you can use the supplied Velcro to hold them in place. Nov 10, 2014
Steve C:I wear a 34" waist these 34's fit great. A heavy jean but with the protection they offer, it's well worth it. Not sure if I'll ever use the included solid armor but it's there if needed.Aug 26, 2014