Rokker Original Jeans
Take my money. Now!
Take my money. Now. All of it.
I tried the Rev'it Lombard against the Rokker Originals and there is no comparison. The Rokkers fit like normal jeans. Feel like you could take on the Terminator, and look (according to my girlfriend) sexy. Great knee armor. Hip armor. 11 seconds of sliding on my backside. What more can you ask for?
I'm 6'2, 195 and usually wear a 34x34. The Rokkers in that size fit perfect. I hate you. I didn't want to spend $500, but darn it it's cheaper than a hospital stay.
Go buy these. Now! You there. Reading this. Go do it!
May 2, 2015
Top notch materials, great style and fuction
Everything they advertise is true about this jeans, they are expensive but most likely worth it.
April 6, 2015
Big step up from regular denim jeans
Wasn't ready to go half way with riding jeans that only had partial liners (I've never fallen where I'm supposed to anyway!) so the full Dynatec liner is just what I needed. At 6'2" 215 the 40W 34L fit perfect. Remember, these are fully lined so it feels like a full winter weight liner under the pants - a touch heavy. Have not tested in full heat but I imagine they will be on the warm side, but so is my bike. I use A* SMX-5 boots and the gap between the liner and the top of the boot makes for a good fit - but probably better overall with shorter boots.
March 30, 2015
Great Riding Jeans for the Office and Weekend!
I debated between the REV'IT and Rokker Jeans. I ended up with the Rokker Original Jeans because they did not feel as heavy as the REV'IT Jeans, looked like normal fashion jeans, and are super comfortable..
I wear these jeans on casual Fridays in the office and on weekend rides outside of Denver. I have worn the jeans in the low 30s up to the high 70s and have never felt cold or overheated.
If you want the best in quality, style, and comfort in motorcycle jeans, splurge and treat yourself to the Rokker Original Jeans. You are worth it:).
March 28, 2015
I never thought I could get real denim what all these features. It is the quintessential motorcycle jean. I would recommend saving those quarters to get these pants. So expensive but conformable and well thought out. Even a free tea shirt.
March 7, 2015
Unfortunately, had to test the pant's safety, fortunately they performed excellently
I had a get off at about 60 mph on the highway wearing these jeans. I lowsided and landed in gravel and rolled and then slid to a stop. These jeans performed excellently. I did have a sprained knee (the one that hit first) because these lack armor. However, 10/10 on the crash test, the jeans did not even tear through to the lining, absolutely zero road rash or abrasion injury on my legs. I had one small tear on a seam on my knee, but that was it.
These jeans are pretty comfortable. Obviously they are heavier and warmer than average jeans, but I would not hesitate to wear them throughout the day. Also, they are very stylish. Perfect for the safety conscious commuter.
However, these jeans are incredibly expensive. I'm pretty sure these are the best abrasion resistant jeans money can buy (except I would opt for the pair with armor, at least in the knees). After extensive research I have not been able to find a pair of jeans with better abrasion protection, but I did find some jeans (hood and lean angle) that offer almost as good protection for half the cost.
I would still be wearing these if the stupid emt didn't cut them up. I am not sure whether I would buy these again. I'll either go with lean angle/hood (both of which come with armor), or buy the rokker armored jeans. Overall, 8/10 (minus 1 for price and no knee armor).
December 15, 2014
These pants look good feel good and look as though they are made well. If you can afford them buy them!
December 8, 2014
Excellent jeans, fits great even on a heavy guy
I was skeptical that these Rokker riding jeans would fit me properly. I am either a 42x30 or a 44x30 depending on the street jeans brand I try out. Height 5'10", weight 245lbs - most of my fit problem comes from tightness in the thighs, which I hate since I measure 28" at the widest part of the thigh. When I got the package from Revzilla (1 day after ordering, free shipping!) I was excited to try them on. They fit PERFECTLY and look stunning and stylish for sure. I could probably add a few inches in thigh thickness and still be more than comfortable wearing these jeans, but by no means do they look baggy on me. Very nice fit and great coloring / style. The interior protective lining is very soft against the leg, and though the jeans are heavy with the lining they feel very light after you put them on, soft and very flexible like thick cloth, no abrasion whatsoever. I wore them a few hours around the house sitting down and standing, excellent comfort and rear coverage to avoid the exposed butt crack when squatting. My Rokker jean size was 42x34 - I just have to cuff the bottom and it still looks great - no need to hem in my opinion especially if worm with motorcycle boots If you wear them with sneakers (why?) then you may have to hem at a tailor. Knee armor is sold separately and slides easily into position between the protective lining in the leg and the outside denim material. Thank you Revzilla phone support for helping me choose the proper size and getting the item to me lightning fast!
October 21, 2014