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The Women's Rev'It! Madison Jeans are so comfortable you could continue to ride for days with them. The jeans are made of 12.5oz Cordura denim with COOLMAX element, which means they are stiff and strong but will still wick moisture away and keep you comfortable. They are constructed with triple needle stitching, safety stitching and feature Knox knee protectors for safety. The Madison jeans are designed to capture the freedom and are the ultimate riding trousers.
Outer Shell: 12.5oz. Cordura Denim with Coolmax element
Protection: Knox Lite CE protection at the knees, PWR yarn
Visibility: 3M Scotchlite reflection at turned up cuffs
Fit: Regular fit
Features: Adjustable protector pockets, zipper fly, comfort seat, triple needle stitching at side seams and back rise, safety stitching side seam, extra comfort by mechanical stretch of outer shell, moisture-wicking function by Coolmax element
The most stylish jeans for women with the most protection on the market
I ordered these after a tough decision between one other pair of women's riding jeans and the REV'IT!s. Ultimately, I chose these because they had the Cordura in the seat of the pants, which is more useful than hip protection in the event of a lowside.
When I got these pants, which I ordered in 28x32, I weighed 138 lbs, and they were very tight on me. I'm at 127 now, and they're very comfortable, and probably just a bit loose. I usually wear a 27 in jeans, but these come up higher than my regular jeans do, so I'd probably go up an inch or so from your regular jeans size when you order.
I've been riding with these in the Texas heat, and coming from regular jeans on a ride, they're fantastic. No more denim bunching up and getting sweaty behind your knee. The moisture wicking thread makes hot riding very comfortable.
These jeans are less tapered at the bottom of the calf than it would seem from the pictures; when I tuck them into my riding boots (the mouth of the boots are really big so the jeans can't fit over the boots) I have to fold a lot of material either toward the front of my foot or behind my leg, which can get uncomfortable after a while. However, I would think that if you had boots that didn't flare out at the top like mine do, you probably wouldn't have any trouble getting them over the boots. They are also pretty long; if you are planning on non-boots with them when you're off the bike, you might need to go for the rolled-up look.
The knee protectors fit me pretty well. They're not super obtrusive when you're off the bike, but you can definitely see that these aren't quite normal jeans. There are actually two pockets in the knee area, but the one that's slightly higher up (about an inch higher) is kind of hard to find, but don't be afraid to fish around in there until you find it.
Overall, I think these are fantastic women's riding jeans. They don't scream "I HAVE A MOTORCYCLE AND I RODE HERE," which is what I'm looking for. They're much skinnier than most other women's riding jeans, and they're cut with a more modern style than a lot of the other ones too.
My full review can be found here: http://brassbike.com/revit-madison-jeans-review/
September 17, 2014
great style, dubious protection, poor armor fit
On a 5'3" woman, knee protectors worked well as shin protectors, but barely reached the knees. Due to the way the pants are lined around (well, below) the knees, this didn't seem straightforward to fix though tailoring.
Nothing about the jeans conveyed much assurance that they'd protect well in a crash. The inner lining, where present, seemed thin and soft.
In short, and perhaps particularly because the fit and finish is otherwise really great, these were quite disappointing.
July 3, 2014
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Vincenzo S P: The girl loves these paints and I am happy that she is starting to get into the protection on equipment and not just style. These just so happened to do both.Mar 18, 2015
Nina B: Ordered 2 pairs of jeans for choice. Already recieved a pair of these but they are to big, so returning them. I like the quality of these jeans and the knee armor will provide decent protection.Apr 18, 2014
A shopper asked:The size chart for this pant does NOT match up with the options available under the "Choose Size" drop-down menu. According to the size chart I would fit in a 34 regular, however, the sizes under the drop down menu are all in ## x ## format and the numbers do not match up. If I am a 34 regular (25.5 inch waist 28 inch inseam), which size do I go with? I'm guessing the ## x ## format is waist x inseam, or is it waist x out-seam? Would a 26 x 32 pant fit me?May 26, 2014
A shopper asked:Are these pants a mid-rise? they look like they are high-rise. I prefer low to mid-rise pants. also, do they fit true to size? should you order them tight like regular jeans or go up a size?Jan 14, 2015