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REVIT Campo Jeans

The Rev'It! Campo Jeans are so comfortable and fashionable you won’t just wear them on the bike. They’ve been designed following the Engineered Skin philosophy, which means the side seams are not on the side of your leg but have been repositioned to follow the contours of your leg when sitting on your bike. This makes these jeans extremely comfortable and safe as the seams have been relocated to less vulnerable areas. The 12.5oz Cordura denim is tear- and abrasion-resistant and the COOLMAX element incorporated in the denim helps wick moisture away and keep riders cool and in control. 

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: 12.5oz. Cordura Denim with Coolmax element
  • Lining: Cotton twill
  • Protective Layer: PWR shield
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 50% cotton, 30% polyester, 20% polyamide
    • lining: 100% cotton
    • protective layer: 100% Cordura
  • Protection: Knox Lite CE protection at the knees, prepared for Sas-Tec CE hip protectors (sold separately), PWR shield knit CE Certified level 1 protection layer at the seat and the knees, PWR yarn
  • Visibility: 3M Scotchlite reflection at turned up cuffs

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: Tapered fit
  • Features: Adjustable protector pockets, zipper fly, comfort seat, triple needle stitching at side seams and back rise, safety stitching at inseam and comfort seat, extra comfort by mechanical stretch of outer shell, moisture-wicking function by Coolmax element
  • Pockets: 5 jean pockets
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REV'IT! Campo Jeans 3.8 5 17 17
Tall, Skinny, Fashionable Guy First Impression Review I am abnormally tall and skinny, about 6'3 and 150-155 lbs. Finding clothes that fit me well is surprisingly easy, just always expensive. I wear mostly diesel, seven and Joe's jeans. In sevens and Joe's a 31" waist fits me like a glove. In diesel, I wear a 30x34 and that fits me well. I ordered a 30x34 in the campos and they fit very similar to how a pair of 31" slimmys by seven would. My actual waist size is 32-33". I'm used to every jeans mfg. lying about the size of their paints to make fatties feel good about themselves by lying to them about their waist. My knee inserts sit exactly where they should. The stitching along the sides creates almost a saddle sore line on the pant you can't fullÿ understand from the pictures and videos out on the web but I wou expect that to "break in" with wear right away. There is a very obvious tapering that takes place at the knee with all the extra stitching there for the insert and PWR shield, I also expect that to get better after break in, or a little less obvious anyhow. Fit and finish is overall very good and I do expect to keep these and like them going forward. Assuming I do keep them I will post any follow up observations after I've had a chance to wear them on the bike. March 5, 2015
Should be better for the price. I really like the style of the jeans. Even with a 32x32 the legs are super long so you'll probably have to get them hemmed. Waist runs a little bit big. You could probably go a size down if you want a true snug fit. Knee armor pockets are way to low. You can always adjust it after you get on the bike but they should definitely be higher. March 3, 2015
Euro fit jean Just picked up my Campo jeans from local BMW dealer on clearance for $175! Steal of a deal. (Supporting my local retailer paid off this time around). Disclaimer: These are my first pair of riding denim, so maybe my expectations need adjusting. Having said that, as soon as I got home I peeled off the Campo's (that I'd been riding in and wearing for 3 hours) and threw on my sweat pants. I've got muscular thighs, therefore these Euro cut jeans are snug on my thigh, yet the fit just how I'd want them to in the leg and ankle. Note: While riding I noticed material bunching up behind my knee causing significant discomfort, which may be the fault of the WP touring boots I was wearing (that I'll never wear w/ them again simply b/c they clash w/ the style of the pant). Fit: I weigh 185 lbs., 6' tall, with a 35" true waist. I ended up going with the 33W x 34L . The 34" waist was way too roomy, and because both the 33W and 34W were the same length and seemed to fit just as snug in the thigh, I went for the better fit in the waist. Once the tender feeling in my legs subsides, I look fwd to putting on the Campo's again with my vintage boots and urban leather jacket...at which time I'll have to post photos. February 25, 2015
Women need more choices in riding gear I am 5'10; 135lbs female rider. I purchased these pants in a 31/34. They are roomy, but not baggy. I wish there were wo extra belt loops in the back of the pant, they seem to be missing from this make of jean. I notice that the length of the pant comes a bit short when sitting on bike, and you also have to hike the knee pads up. That was the only issue I had with these pants, was that the knee protection falls below your knee when standing. So when you get on your bike, you have to kind of pull then up and put them in position. I purchased these pants because I want to be comfortable while riding, but also wear a tapered, stylish jean. I don't need my curves fully exposed, just a form fitting jean or pant that doesn't have unicorn pink sparkles on it or purple flames. Not that there's anything wrong with that. It's just want more serious gear and for a woman, that means more gear that looks AND feels like mens' gear. More brands should offer Tall sizes for women. October 13, 2014
Nice looking quality pants I'm 5'11" 170 lbs and normally wear 30 or 32" waist x 32" length. I got these as 32x34 and this gave me the length to cover my boots while riding. My normal length would ride up too high. The fit was good enough for me to keep them as they are comfortable. Legs around my knees are a little tight which is a good thing since it holds the knee armor exactly in place for me. the waist to thigh is a bit too loose though and I may have been better off with 30x34 (rather than 32x34), but they are super comfortable and still look good. I wear a belt anyways so it's ok for me. Cordura construction is heavier than I expected and they feel like they would offer good protection in a fall & slide. Fortunately I haven't test them yet. I would recommend them just for looks alone. September 16, 2014
Wanted to like them These are quality, well made jeans. I don't think they warrant nearly three hundred dollars, maybe $200, but they are well made. I question how protective they would be in a crash. The legs are extremely thin. I wear skinny jeans and have skinny legs relative to the rest of my buddy but these are very, very tight in the legs. Finally, the knee pad position is fixed. For me, it covered my shin and none of my knee. It's a shame because I really wanted to like these pants. September 6, 2014
Comparison Campo v Lombard So. If you are trying to decide on either the Lombard or Campo here are some tips from my perspective. I am 6ft with a 32 inch waist in Levi jeans. I have athletic build with lean but weight trained calves and thighs. I ordered Lombard in 32/34 and Campo in 32/36. For sure the 36 is the right length for me. This is especially true in the saddle where jeans will ride up on your boots. I don't mind them being a little long off the bike. You can turn them up inside or outside. Both fit snug in the thighs and calves. You might think too snug right out of the box. In my case. i thought too tight. But i wore them in for a few weeks and kept them away from a washing machine and they are stretching out a bit making the fit more comfortable. The waist in the Campo is a more snug fit than the Lombard which is huge and you will need a belt to stop them falling off. Great if you want to wear armoured shorts. Not great if you don't and don't want a belt. Campo has no such problem around the waist and feels more fitted. Both are very well made. Although there is one stitching flaw in my Lombards, i can live with it. Both are very cosy to wear in cold weather on and off the bike and i wear them all the time as casual jeans. With these styles no one is noticing they are motorcycle specific. My preference between the two is the Campo for sure. If you are trying to decide check the reviews for both. The biggest issue with the Lombard is the huge waist. Others seem to agree. With thequality, style, technical features and the price..Campo has my vote for best value MC jeans you can get today. July 29, 2014
Decent for their purpose I was excited about these jeans when I saw them reviewed. What I like: that they are discreet motorcycle apparel, you don't look all geared up when you are going around town; decent knee protectors; style is European. What I did not like after a few times wearing them is that they are pretty tight in the legs--and I am a thin, fit guy. On a hot day I feel like they totally cling without breathing room, and the dark color absorbs the heat. I'd say they are great for moderate temps, but feel pretty warm for those hot, humid, mid-Atlantic days. I also think the waist size runs large by an inch. I had to exchange my first pair. Overall, they seem like they will hold up to a lot of wear, but in retrospect I am not sure they are worth the high cost if you are not going to use them regularly. July 24, 2014
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Rich O: Good looking jeans, not perfect but very close, with a tapered slim cut. I wanted something beyond just kevlar panels, the armor and cordura fabric is important because I want full protection. The best gear is the stuff you'll wear (out with friends). Mar 12, 2015
S S: safety first Nov 19, 2014
Emile H: Sexiest looking riding pant around. Hopefully the fit works out. Aug 11, 2014
D A: after my second accident I started to wear gear all the time. I own 2 pairs of draggin from Australia. Very bulky, heavy, and warm. Too much for our hot summers. After a lot of online research Rev'it seem to the best out there. So giving them a try. My wife also rides so I am getting a pair for her. THanks. May 16, 2014
Stephen F: I returned them today..the waist fit well but the legs were so tight and I have really skinny legs. May 9, 2014
Paul H asked: do these jeans come with the knee, hip, and seat protection included or do we have to buy that separately? Oct 29, 2013
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David L: Correction...thought this was in reference to another set of pants...I do not know my answer applies to these or not. Nov 5, 2013
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David L: Protection is included. Knee protection is adjustable so it hits your knees correctly. Nov 5, 2013
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Alessandro C asked: Are these jeans "Sanforized" (pre-shrunk)? Apr 23, 2014
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Christopher M asked: How do you adjust the knee protector? I thought it had a 3 position pocket but best I can tell it only has one. This causes the armor to ride low on me. Sep 25, 2014
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G O: I never noticed it until this question popped up here and I actually checked.

There's a pocket half way down on the front inside where it sits, otherwise it can sit even further down on the bottom of the whole pocket.

You may already have it in the higher position.

Like I said, even the higher position is too low for me.
Sep 30, 2014
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Richard P: I had the same problem. I remember it having muliple levels inside the one pocket Had to return them. Because even the highest level was still too low. Sep 26, 2014
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G O: It has two positions. However even in the higher position, it still rides low, at the bottom of the kneecap. Sep 30, 2014
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Christopher M: Thanks, any recommendation on changing the position? I looked at them last night and still can't figure it out, I see only one pocket and no velcro or anything. Sep 30, 2014
A shopper asked: Anyone else experiencing the same problems in the knee-area of the pants? When standing, the knox protecter lines perfectly with my knee. When sitting on my bike, I noticed the protectors move a bit inward which feels kind of annoying. Jun 26, 2014
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William C: Yea I noticed the protector pockets are not really sewn in well. My issue is the pockets that the protectors fit in hold them in too low for the knee but then the higher, second pocket that's also sewn into that main pocket is too small for the protector to fit easily and it creates a very uncomfortable feeling while riding. Do you also have that second pocket sewn into the larger pocket? Have you tried using it to alleviate the problem? Jun 26, 2014
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Muris B: I have experienced the same thing. I have also mentioned it on the review I wrote. The jean twists inwards when you get on the bike. I try to adjust it before I get on the bike which makes it a little better but not perfect. Jun 26, 2014
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Michael S asked: Will those riding Jeans fit OVER and Alpinestars S-MX5 boot or will the legs be to narrow? May 12, 2014
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William C: I do not have that boot but I think they would be too bulky to fit the pant leg over the top. This jean is more geared toward ankle-high boots. May 12, 2014
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Niels M: It is an overall narrow cut jean. Unless you had very thin calves, I'd be surprised about going over a boot with any real thickness. Jul 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Anyone else experiencing problems around the knee area of the pants? When standing, the knox protectors line up perfectly with my knee. When seated on the bike, I noticed them sliding somewhat inward which feels annoying. Jun 26, 2014
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements.  REV'IT! sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone

REV'IT! Men's Pants Size Chart

Standard Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
XXS <27 <35 <28 <38
XS 27-28 35-37 28 38
S 29-31 37-39 29 39-40
M 31-34 39 30 40
L 34-37 39-42 31 41
XL 38-41 42-45 32 42-43
2XL 41-43 45-48 33 43-44
3XL 44-46 48-50 33 44-45
4XL 46-48 50-52 34 45-46
5XL 48-50 53-55 35 46-47
6XL 51-53 55-57 35 47

Long Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
M 31-34 39 32 43-44
L 34-37 39-42 34 45
XL 38-41 42-45 34 46
2XL 41-43 45-48 35 47-48
3XL 44-46 48-50 35 47-48

Short Length

Size Waist (in) Hips (in) Inseam (in) Outseam (in)
XS 27-28 35-37 26 36
S 29-31 37-39 27 37-38
M 31-34 39 29 38
L 34-37 39-42 30 39
XL 38-41 42-45 30 40-41
2XL 41-43 45-48 31 41-42
3XL 44-46 48-50 32 42-43

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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