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The Drayko Renegade Riding Jeans are the first and only technical motorcycle jeans proven to protect riders for a minimum 4.4 seconds of road abrasion resistance, Renegade Jeans by Drayko.

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.


  • The world's first CE approved riding jean
  • 34" inseam allows rider to hem to length
  • Heavy liner constructed of Kevlar and Dyneema is placed in key areas for abrasion resistance
  • Contrasting stitching
  • Relaxed comfort fit, semi boot cut
  • Heavy weight denim for durability
  • Traditional waist for rider coverage
  • Loose leg for comfort and fits over riding boots
  • Reinforced seams
  • 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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Solid Riding Jeans After reading other reviews, I ordered a 32" waist (I typically wear 32"-33"). They were really tight on my thighs. Even with the stretch fabric. With the fabric being, mostly cotton, I did not want to risk any shinkage during wash/dry. So, I returned for 34" (wish they were made in odd sizes too). The 34" fit much better in thigh area but is a little loose in waist. After a wash/dry, waist fit much better. Keep in mid that these are listed as "traditional waist" which is a HIGH waist compared to typical jeans. Overall, solid riding jeans. January 27, 2015
good stuff Great buy for the price, and it will save my butte....!!! January 5, 2015
Simple Protection Simple design, good feel. Jeans themselves have stretch material woven in. Fit a little large because of this. Buy the fit is great for someone that has large thighs (not all of us can fit typical euro style or current US style). I am 6ft, 215 lbs, with a 32” inseam, runner, alpine skier, have large thighs; these jeans fit well, comfortable, especially when on the bike. Had them hemmed at 32” inseam as they were longer than the 34” claimed. The jeans are a heavy weight fabric and with the Kevlar/dyneema areas can be warm if not moving. December 11, 2014
quite an average product The pair of jeans feel quite nice but if only they have the inseam measurement on the site December 1, 2014
WEAR THEM Buy these jeans. Wear them, or some other form of armor. ALWAYS. You've read the articles, seen the nauseating pictures on RideApart. Don't want to look like swiss cheese from a 20mph low side that shouldn't leave a scratch? Wear kevlar. Wear armor. Don't wear Levi's. These jeans are a great way to be protected while also looking like a normal person. I bought the black ones, and before they started to fade, I passed them as dress pants. They fit great and are extremely comfortable. They run a bit large, but i was happy for that as I can wear them alone, or over khakis. November 18, 2014
Neat and comfortable I'd been looking for some basic riding pants for some time and finally pulled the trigger on these Draykos. I'd seen them in person, but had never tried them on. They fit great, tho I'm a little short in the inseam so I had to have them hemmed. Otherwise, all good. First time out wore them in pretty cold weather and they did well to keep me pretty warm. November 10, 2014
Fits a size large. Style is great! Luckily, I have yet to test the durability of these jeans. I've been a sport rider for about 15 years and recently moved to South Texas where the closest twisty road is a few hour ride away. I wanted a riding jean, but was willing to sacrifice some protection for style as I don't foresee myself dragging a knee without planning a weekend trip. I do still have my leathers if the need arises, but they are very poor for everyday riding. These pants feel great and are very stylish. My wife complimented me on them, but she may just be happy I am wearing something other than my normal ragged jeans. I normally wear a 33 or 34 inch waist. I bought these in a 32 due to previous reviews and they fit very well. I am 5'8" 165lbs. I have larger thighs and butt. The waist fits fine and it is a little tight in the butt/hips, but not uncomfortably so. I prefer tighter riding gear anyways. The pants will need to have about 2 inches taken out of the length, but in the meantime I am just rolling them up and it works fine. Cut of the jean is slim without being too tight to look like a woman's jean. I am just old enough that skinny jeans would look stupid. Plus men around here don't wear that kind of style anyways. Cut of the jean fits over motorcycle boots easy enough. They fit over cowboy boots without being too loose to create flapping when riding. So far, about 600 miles ridden with the jeans on and I am very pleased. I would recommend these if you are looking for something casual, that will protect you better than Levis, without breaking the bank to do so. November 6, 2014
Crash Tested I bought my pair of Drayko's over a year ago and I've worn them just about everytime I ride. Recenty, I lowsided going about 50mph, I slid only a few feet on the tarmac before going into the grass. I was wearing a pair of long underwear underneath the pants when I crashed. The jeans held up pretty well, the road burned a decent sized hole through the kevlar/denim and started to tear up the protective foam underneath. The jeans are toast, however, I have minimum road rash on my knee about the size of nickle and not deep at all. These are made for skid resistance and not impact resistance. They did pretty well on the skid resistance part. The belt I was wearing when I fell did some damage to my hips though. Still feeling extremely sore from the belt beating the sides of hips. Overall, they held up pretty darn good for the price, I think any more skid time on the tarmac though... and I would have had a lot more road rash on my side that went down first.. October 27, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Lawrence B: Rated slide protection, casual look wherever I go. Mar 23, 2015
Javan V: Good everyday riding protection Feb 19, 2015
William T: Protection offered by Kevlar/Dyneema but styled very similarly to regular jeans. Feb 3, 2015
Katrina C: because they are ce approved Jan 6, 2015
Clifford H: style Jan 2, 2015
Randy S: I thought these were the best Kevlar jeans for the price. Dec 13, 2014
Ralph C: Needed a pair of kevlar jeans to wear casually instead of having to change out of my overpants everytime I ride. These jeans had great reviews so I'm hoping they do the job. Oct 26, 2014
Peter N: Beats riding in, or at least falling off in, regular denim Oct 17, 2014
Jose G: CE certified. Oct 13, 2014
Daniel K: They look like normal jeans, decent price and hopefully wide thighs. Oct 1, 2014
George L: Best price I could find. Sep 1, 2014
Andrew D: I wanted some riding gear that offered protection without having to put on my touring gear. These jeans are CE rated and seemed to offer protection for a denim product. Aug 15, 2014
James K: Solid reviews after looking at several sites to include manufacturers. The Drayko 4+second test and reviews about comfort in warm weather were advantages. Only concern is they might be too large. Jul 27, 2014
Chris L: Did some online research on protection/durability, style/looks, comfort, and price. Other than having to have them hemmed (which cost me an extra $8.00, and extra time), these seemed to be of better choice. Like most have mentioned, I ordered a size down. Jun 12, 2014
Ted D: Best price available May 20, 2014
ray e: price point May 5, 2014
Joseph B: Apparent value Apr 26, 2014
Zachary H: Was looking for good abrasion coverage for a good price. Apr 14, 2014
Marc N: I wanted to try out some "Motorcycle" riding pants. Feb 24, 2014
Sally S. L: Needed some riding jeans; these were CE certified Dec 13, 2013
Patrick R: More protection with style Sep 30, 2013
Patrick W: Because they don't look like something an astronaut would wear. Sep 19, 2013
Michael C: Had excellent service with revzilla. Bought these pants a size up as suggested by a previous review. They were to big and revzilla was great with the return and exchange. The pants are great, comfortable real happy with them.will buy another pair in the future. Aug 27, 2013
MARK J: Needed riding pants for commute instead of leathers. Aug 24, 2013
A shopper asked: What sort of armor have you used that works well with these jeans? Sep 2, 2014
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Alberto M: Alpine Stars Bionic Freeride Shorts and Dainese knee/shin guards. This pants have plenty room. Oct 22, 2014
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Roland H: I wear under body armor such as Alpinestars Bionic shorts or the strap on knee guards. Sep 7, 2014
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Stephen G: I've only worn the Dainese norsorex pants with them and they fit fine under the pants. Sep 3, 2014
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khalid i: I used the Alpinestars Vapor Knee Guards . They fit perfectly under the jeans. Sep 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: What about care, are they washing machine safe? Mar 31, 2013
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RevZilla: The care instructions for the Drayko Renegade Riding Jeans state: " Machine wash in cold water short cycle with all buttons and/or zips fastened and Kevlar inside. Tumble dry warm. Drip dry in shade. Iron hot. Do not bleach. Do not expose inside of garment to sunlight." Apr 4, 2013
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AArider: Both washer and dryer safe. I haven't had mine for long, so hard to say how well they hold up after multiple washes, but the tag says they are good for it. Apr 29, 2013
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