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Drayko Holeshot Jeans

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
  • Mesh sports comfort liner
  • Level 2 CE approved

Note: Jeans may ship with tags saying Drayko or Draggin.

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Drayko Hole Shot Jeans 4.3 5 7 7
Great protection with a few flaws I wanted the best protection I could get without looking like an astronaut as I intended to ride to work and did not want to change pants every time. So I set out to do a bit of research. I narrowed down my results to four: Dianese D1 EVO, Klim K Fifty1, Alpinestar Hellcats and of course Hole Shots. I choose the Hole Shots for their Level 2 CE rating and the claimed 7.45 seconds abrasion resistance. They seemed by far the most protective of the bunch. I also looked at Rokker Revolution but additional $150 was too much even though I would love to have them jeans waterproof. When the pants arrived the first impression was great - they appeared very good quality and HEAVY! They weight or appear to weight as much as four pairs of regular jeans. I was immediately concerned they will be unbearably hot. So proceeded to put them on and after a few hours of walking around indoors I was pleasantly surprised - as thick and heavy as they were they sure breathe and wick as advertised - never I felt hot or sweaty! Wow. Unfortunately I also noticed that I did not like the cut of these jeans at all - unlike the nice European fit depicted in the picture they are on the baggy side. But what is really bad is that the waist does not appear to be much narrower than my bottom diameter. I am definitely 34 (I triple checked) and they were way loose. So much so that even with a belt their considerable weight was pulling them down off my rear. But I am persistent kind of guy so I solved the problem with suspenders. Next, I proceeded to install the protection or armor if you will. And here comes my second and third disappointment: the protectors look and feel cheap and not much flexible - they are pre-shaped to the knee curve and so in the standing/walking position they are rubbing heavily against my knees. So much so that after a few hours they chaffed my knees to the point I had to take them out as it became unbearable. The problem is exacerbated by the fact that to be placed properly while in a sitting position when they essentially go up a bit - they slide down when you stand up and walk placing the upper edge of the protector right in the middle of the knee. After a few hours I felt like I walked on my knees several feet on the 60 grade sandpaper. My second disappointment is the pockets for the armor - they are not an exact fit (both shape and size) so there is some room for the armor to move around and the mesh that supposed to hold them in place feels very delicate. I am very disappointed as that means the armor is not going to be held in place firmly when I go sliding or tumbling down the road especially considering the baggy fit that will certainly allow the pants themselves (along with the fairly loose armor inside them) to rotate or move around my knee. Bad, bad design. Unacceptable on $450 fancy pants! It gets even worse as the mesh essentially has a slit in it that allows the armor to slide in and that slit presents two additional problems - 1. It is an additional rubbing point right in the middle of my knee and 2. Every single time I put my leg down the pants my toes catch the slit and try to tear it open. Stupid design that has no place in a $450 package. To add insult to injury they literally ask you to go buy superglue and glue supplied Velcro straps to the inside of your pants! How stupid is that? That means that even when I pull out the armor cause I cannot stand walking in it due to unbearable amount of chaffing - I would be faced with chaffing from the Velcro straps glued to the inside of the pants! The pantyhose-thin mesh is not going to help as it didn't help with the armor. What a lot of baloney! Imagine buying a fancy Mercedes-Benz and manufacturer telling you in the owners manual to go to a hardware store for a screwdriver and bolts to attach safety belts. OK. Enough for the venting. Let's summarize: The Bad: 1. Bad armor - heavily pre-shaped, not very soft or flexible, looks like a cheap rubber-plastic - when I put it on my fist and punched the wall I felt pain - it did not provide as much protection as I expected 2. Poorly designed armor pockets - to much space for the armor to move around 3. Slit to install armor right in the middle of the knee 4. Slit catches toes when inserting legs 5. Pants too loose - will not provide proper placement for the armor during accident 6. Waist too large - super heavy pants keep sliding off. The good: 1. Enormous thickness and weight throughout the whole pants not just the dangerous areas like other jeans - combined with the claims of supper strong abrasion resistance of the insulation middle layer instill confidence that they will perform way better than all other jeans 2. Despite the above they do in fact appear to breathe and as hard as it is to believe it they do not seem to be running hot so to speak 3. Without the knee protectors they are very pleasant on the inside and very comfortable 4. The hip protection does not present the same problems as the knee pads - I could walk with them all day and didn't notice I had them after a while 5. Sitting on my bike and riding they appear much more comfortable than when walking in them (!) Even more than any of my regular jeans in which I seem to occasionally have a problem of sliding onto my jewels and need to keep shifting my bottom until finding more comfortable position. That problem did not present itself even once in three days of riding. 6. They also appear to provide a very good wind and cold protection as one of the days I rode was way below sixty early in the morning and I was very comfortable. I believe I may be comfortable down to forties - I will post an update once I get there. I intend to keep them for the super protective middle layer that does in fact appear to breathe. I will have to spend extra money for another armor for my knees - maybe D3O or Forcefield? And I need to find a way to immobilize them so they stay where they need to be when I crash. As it is I don't believe this is going to be the case. And finally, I need to wear suspenders so they do not slide off my rear. I cannot go a size down as they are barely long enough right now while sitting. I am 6'3" so I should have a tall size which is not available from Drayko. So, It's a mixed bag. I am disappointed that in such super expensive jeans there are so many imperfections. One would think that for this price you should get close to perfection. That is not the case. And yet I am keeping them as they sure look tough and no one else seems to have CE Level 2 in jeans. October 12, 2015
Heavy, protective, warm When you first receive the shipment and feel the weight you're going to think they messed up and sent 3 pairs. These are heavy jeans. BUT, that's why I got them - for cold weather riding. I noticed with some of my other kevlar jeans that I was a little warmer than normal jeans, so I figured with a full liner it would be really warm. I was right. These jeans are really 3 layers - denim on the outside (medium to heavy), the kevlar/dyneema liner in the middle, and a mesh on the inside against your skin (like the open mesh on the inside of a riding jacket). There is also a loop at the bottom of the legs that goes around your shoes/boots to pull the pant legs down. I get warm easily, but when wearing the jeans inside I do get warm, just on the edge of uncomfortably so. But when riding in 20 or 30 degree weather, these take the bite off the cold. Don't get wet though, they soak through as easily as any other denim. The knee and hip pads are OK. I ended up taking the hip pads out, if you want to wear them I suggest going up a waist size. The hip pads fit snugly and aren't adjustable, but I found they're in the right place, they just made the pants a bit too snug for me. The knee pads work as well as any other insertable knee pads in pants. The positioning is a little tricky and if you're slightly OCD like me you'll adjust them 20 times and still not be quite perfect. The knee pads have velcro that seems to stick to I guess the Dyneema liner, though Drayko provides 4 little velcro pads that I guess you can sew in if you were so inclined. But I didn't use them and they seem to stick reasonably in place. I haven't worn these on warmer days, I see some other people used them in warm weather but I think I'd be too hot in them. But I can't say for sure, maybe the mesh liner lets them breath ok when moving. Overall these are one of the most protective jeans you can buy, and should be almost on par with true riding pants other than not being water-resistant in any way. January 7, 2015
Perfect compromise. Initially surprised at the thickness of the jeans. After wearing them for a bit I was very satisfied with the look and the feel. Normally wear a 32" therefor Ordered a 32". Slightly bigger at waist and will need a belt when not on the bike. Very comfortable jeans with the confidence of "safety features" built into them, The perfect compromise for those short dry-day rides. Looking at the Rukka Armaxion pants for the long rides. December 9, 2014
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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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Owen C: They look great and feel great. However, when riding, I do feel that the denim restricts my movement a little. Not really recommended when going aggressive but this is great to be able to wear around and relax in. Feb 10, 2015
Greg B: Look to have very good protection which to me is paramount to how they look. Dec 6, 2014
David T: Best protection (kevlar + knee/hip pads). Great classic styling. Dec 5, 2014
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 included Nov 4, 2014
Kevin T: CE level 2 protection, also like the style and look Oct 13, 2014
Vinton K: Protection Level Sep 14, 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 shipping Jul 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
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A S: Neither are true, Rokker do not have a CE certified jean, neither at the lower 4 to 7 second level 1 nor the higher 7 seconds and above level 2. CE Certified jeans are about much more than just the abrasion time though, but that is one of the key measures, others are there to make sure the jean doesn't fall to pieces when it hits the road and that an object doesn't cut through it like a warm knife in butter, all important aspects of protecting if you come off. You might want to google for more details on EU PPE CE certification. There are only three level 2 jeans at the moment, the Holeshot at 7.46 seconds, the Bull-It VoloCE at 7.97 and the Resurgence Gear Voyager at 10.83 seconds.. Dec 8, 2014
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michael h: Entire jeans are lined. Lining is covered with a mesh. Mesh has pockets for hip and knee pads. Aug 19, 2014
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Ryan F: Only has 7.45 seconds? That's the longest on the market by a long stretch. These are the MOST protective riding jeans on the market at this time. Mar 4, 2014
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Nicholas M: Not true, the Rokker jeans offer 11 seconds. Mar 5, 2014
Matthew M asked: What is the inseam sizing going to be with these? I notice just about all of manufacturers seem to have a different idea about how tall you are based on a your waist size May 12, 2014
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Danya M: According to the Drayko website all the Holeshot jeans will be 34" length. May 21, 2014
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Colin D: Hi, when would these jeans ship if I bought a pair? Jul 24, 2014
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Brandon M: I am not even close to the 34" inseam. No issue at all. The coverage and protection is great.
You'll note all of their sizes have the same inseam.
Oct 30, 2014
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Steve C: I wear a 32" length jean and these fit me almost perfect. Oct 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will these jean fit over typical motorcycle boots, or are the cuff too slim? Aug 11, 2014
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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. B Aug 11, 2014
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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
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michael h: I wear larger, engineer style motorcycle books from Red Wing. The jeans fit over perfectly. Aug 19, 2014
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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
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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
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Tuan Duc P: spoke to draggin, they say to super glue the fuzy side of the velcro to the pants. Dec 15, 2014
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William H asked: If anyone has these jeans can you give your thoughts on sizing. Does the waist fit like a traditional pair of jeans or do we need to size up or down? Aug 14, 2014
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Scott M: I wear a 34 as well in levis and these fit but they are a little snug with the hip armor in. thinking about trying the 36. I think if your 34's are a snug fit I would go a size up. Aug 28, 2014
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michael h: I normally wear a Levis 501 size 34 waist. The Holeshot jeans 34 fit just the same. Aug 19, 2014
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Victor C asked: How do these jeans with some Dia Knee guards and FF armored underpants square up to leather protection. I want leather but its way to hot in my area in the summer to ride in them all summer long. Are there any where close to the protection level of real leather pants? Feb 3, 2015
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Luis C: I bought 3 other pair of jeans with these, and they (Drayko) are the more protective of them all. Happily I have not fallen with theme to prove it, but they are reinforced completly, and not just at the butt, hips and knees like the other three. They are a bit heavier and thicker, but they look like normal jeans once you wear them. I would say they are the best option for protective riding jeans, and they definetly look like they have protection similar to leather, but I could not say I have had the experience to prove it. Hope this is helpfull.
Feb 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: Will there be a video review of these Jeans? Curious how they stack up to others, Rokker, etc. Aug 12, 2014
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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
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A shopper asked: Do these Hole Shot jeans run ridiculously big like the renegade? Aug 11, 2014
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michael h: Nope. These fit like a standard boot cut in style. They are a touch bigger to accommodate the lining, but hardly noticeable. Aug 19, 2014
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CHARLES H asked: What is the included armor? D30? Force field? Proprietary? Brief description? May 11, 2015
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