Drayko Renegade Riding Jeans
Real Size Issue!
I wear 34 jeans. The Drayko Renegade 32 was WAY to small, and the 34 was WAY too big. The 34 did not shrink in a hot wash and dry. Be ready to incur tailoring costs.
April 15, 2014
Heed the warning, buy a size down when ordering these jeans. Great jeans, good fit, comfortable to ride in. I hope I never have to test the protection but they seem very well made.
April 9, 2014
Tough old school jeans
There are so many varieties of riding jeans these days, saying that, there are better looking designer style jeans, but they do not have the amount of abrasion resistance these do. The coverage of the Kevlar is impressive.
I wear these over large boots with the cuffs rolled up, there is no need to hem them if you roll like that, otherwise they will need to be shortened and hemmed.
The sizing runs 1 size larger in my experience, sent back the 36 for 34s. Of course no problem due to Revzillas awesome customer service.
Do not buy if you like to wear your girlfriends designer jeans, otherwise a very protective old school jean.
April 7, 2014
Needs knee and hip pads
They are great pants a little big and I am a big guy. I do wish that these jeans would have ce approved pads in the knees and hips. You will probably need to get them hemmed which is a extra 20 bucks or so. But they are a overall a good buy.
March 7, 2014
Mah first pair if motorcycle pants
Looks nice & feels good, confirmed that the sizing runs bigger than your regular pairs of jeans so order them a little smaller than your regular size. Plus the material is a little on the stretchy side.
February 10, 2014
I've got no real complaints, they're a good pair of jeans.
They are cut on the large side. I usually wear a 34 waist and a 32 in these jeans fits me just fine. They are long in the inseam, but I just roll them up. You do have to take a little care in washing them (cold water, low heat dry). They're comfortable, the fact that there's stretch in the fabric is a great feature. The coin pocket isn't too deep and it's on the left so you don't use your throttle hand to dig for coins. I haven't worn them riding in the summer yet, but judging from the fall and winter breeze that passes through them they should be plenty cool. Overall I'm happy with them, I don't even notice that I'm wearing gear when I have 'em on, they're just extra sturdy jeans (normally I would have worn a hole in the knee by now, there doesn't seem to be any abrasion on the surface of the fabric).
February 10, 2014
Look elsewhere for your pants! Read On
First of all, I don't know what got into me purchasing these jeans. They fit awful. They are nothing like your pair of Levi's you love so much because they fit annoyingly tight and they claim to be relaxed fit. I'm an avid jean wearer and I can tell you these aren't relaxed, not one bit. They also claim to be riding cut. They're extremely long, and be aware that they only come in one length size, I don't know who's smart idea that was. The jeans are long even with my boots on and I'm 5'11. With my boots I'm 6 feet+, and they drag on the floor under the heels even if I pull them up over my belly button.
For a riding jean, I think these things are darn ugly, I got the Indigo color which is this dark mucky blue color, not even close to what's pictured on the ad image. Since these jeans are ugly, they kind of defeat the purpose of a riding jean. If you're looking for protection, look elsewhere! These things won't protect you if you bang your knee in a fall or land hard on your bum. Looking for protection? Keep looking. Shopping for a good looking riding jean? Keep on shopping, don't waste your time with these ones.
January 15, 2014
Great price - great riding jeans
Good jeans for cruisers ... especially if wearing big size boots. Solid and comfortable with good pockets. No-frill jeans and seem to be tough and well made. Definitely keep out the wind chill on longer journeys. No pockets for additional armour.
December 2, 2013