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The Original Rokker Jeans are constructed of 13oz medium blue, stonewashed denim with an internal layer of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec fabric for extreme abrasion resistance. Designed to fit everyone, the internal layer of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec fabric offers extreme abrasion resistance with the added benefit of water repellency and wind-blocking properties to keep you safe and protected from the elements. In addition to the Schoeller-Dynatec, the Rokker Jeans are designed to accommodate special D3O Knee Protectors (sold separately).
The Rokker philosophy is style & protection without compromise, and the Original Rokker Jeans achieve both.
Designed to fit like a Levi's 501
Classic comfort fit which includes a straight cut, high waist, wide leg and a button fly
Outer material made of the finest 100% cotton, light stonewashed denim
Inner material made of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec
Schoeller-Dynatec is non-abrasive, wind resistant and water repellent
Body armor pockets at knees made of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec
Protector pockets are height adjustable with Velcro
Double layer of Schoeller-Dynatec at knees for additional protection
Constructed without rivets which could scratch the bike
Easy care (washable at 110° F, ironing after washing increases the water repellency)
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Bob M: It's absolutely worth making the investment in protecting your lower body. you NEVER know when you'll go down.Jun 17, 2014
Jeff R: Seemed to be well made protective gear which could pass on the street for pants when running errandsMay 7, 2014
jay b: i hope these will be nice summer riding pants. will have to pick up all weather gear next time around.May 5, 2014
David Z: Your YouTube video convinced me too try it.Apr 13, 2014
Andrew S: I won them as a prize in the Pace Podcast's 2013 E2E rally contest. And an incredible prize they were. I love these jeans, thanks!Mar 19, 2014
Joseph B: For those times when a non-technical ride is desired, this looks like an awesome option to be protected, and maintain a semblance of fashion (e.g., you will not look like a complete bike-nerd off the bike). The fully lined protective, and option for the knee protection sealed the deal. Yes, it's expensive, but there are trade-offs with other options that make this a better choice for me.Jan 17, 2014
A shopper asked:I have a question about sizing. According to the chart, I would need a 38W36L. I would need to have the jeans hemmed to a 30 or 31 length. Is there enough material on the leg of the jeans to accommodate this size hem? Given the expensive of these jeans I want to be sure that I can get the fit right, Thanks.May 3, 2014
Luc C:I got the 33W34L, and the dynatec layer goes all the way down to about 31 inches down the pant leg. I personally like to have a cuff in my jeans, so hemming for me is a moot point.
Long story short; if you were to get the 36L pants hemmed down to 30 you would also have to cut into the dynatec lining. I don't think it would compromise the integrity of the dynatec lining considering, although I would make sure before doing anything to the pants.
Kristi A:I wear a 32/32 for my daily jeans (165lb,6ft 1in). I realized that when I ride that my jeans get hiked up about 2 inches. With that in mind I purchased a 33/34 and they fit great when riding. The internal layer is sewn in 3.5 inches above the outer layers hem. So it appears you would have at least 3 inches to safety alter the outer layers hem without affecting the internal layer. Hope that helps.May 3, 2014
Kayne R:No, these jeans do not come with hip armor. In fact, I do not think there is even a specific compartment in the jeans for optional hip armour. As you mention, there is a compartment for optional knee armour, and these work really will with the D30's. I used my RevZilla bucks to buy the D30's.
These jeans are awesome! They look like a cool pair of "street" jeans, even with the knee armor in. The fit is described really well in the review too. A fantastic product!Dec 13, 2013
A S:Thanks for the quick answers guys. Any insight on how you made a decision between the revolution and the original? I live in CO so rain isn't as big of a deal, and it just seems like the original is more protective based on the videos. Thanks in advanceDec 14, 2013
Cedric B:My jeans came with pockets that look like they are designed to hold hip protectors, and the Rokker web site in Europe sells d3o hip protectors, so I guess that you can buy them (but not from Revzilla apparently).Sep 10, 2014
Cedric B asked:There are pockets on the inside of the pants, right around the hips. Are these designed to insert hi protectors? If so, where can I buy these hip protectors? I don't see them on Revzilla.Sep 9, 2014
Rick K:The black pockets on the inside at the hip are the hand pocket liners only, there are no hip protector pockets and no knee protector pockets (contrary to the RevZilla description) on the Rokker pants. I believe this is due to the special full-length liner, which they didn't want to compromise. I suggest wearing a pair of protector underpants, like those made by Bohn or others.Sep 9, 2014
Actually my Rokker Original jeans do have knee protector pockets, they are located outside of the abrasion protection liner. I bought the d3o knee protectors from Revzilla and inserted them in the pockets: perfect fit.
Sep 9, 2014
Cedric B:I strongly suspect that the pockets in the hip area are designed for hip protectors because Rokker sells d3o hip protector on their European web site. But apparently Revzilla does not sell these. I wonder if anyone has used these pockets with hip pads from other brands?Sep 9, 2014
"" ":Hello -- Great pants. I feel much safer riding with them than I did wearing when regular jeans. I haven't worn them in temperatures above 50 degrees F yet so I can really speak to your question with any authority. I do know that I was wearing long underwear to ride over this past winter and I find I really don't need the long underwear if I'm wearing my Rokkers and it's not too cold. If I extrapolate that out then there is a chance that they may be warm when the weather's hot...especially when stopped.
brice b:I have ridden in these jean several times in warm weather but not above 85 degrees. They are thick (having two layers of fabric) so they don't breath like regular jeans but they so have great protection and look like regular jeans. My experience so far is that they are very comfortable in these conditions but I would think they will be a bit warm in 90+ degree weatherMar 5, 2014
Richard W:The originals appear to provide much more abrasion resistance than the revolution even though the rev. Has knee and hip pads. The original does not have pockets for hip pads and is a much heavier pant but the dual layers feel like they would provide allot more abrasion resistance. Both are best for riding in cool weather. I recommend also checking out the Klim K fiftyJun 5, 2015
Gabriel R asked:I see this jean is 100% Schoeller-Dynatec on the inside, yet is it much different than the Rokker Revolution? The revolution looks like the kevlar is built into the denim itself, with layers of Dynatec at the knees and hips...is the Revolution stronger or weaker than this pair of pants? I would rather have the additional seconds of slide protection over the Revolutions water barrier, if this is true. Can anyone confirm? thanks!Dec 15, 2014
michael G:These have a FULL length. Liner. With pockets for the knee pads. They are a heavy weight jean. Very strong. I live in Pa. Used them all summer. They are the Best. I ride a Repsol. Never in the rain. Buy them.Dec 31, 2014
Artemus G:I do not know which boots, but I wear a bates boot that is medium height. I am looking at new Sidi Boots and have tried on many medium height boots underneath and they fit. A Sidi Adventure boot would not fit due to height and thickness at top. Great pair of jeans and not any warmer than a regular pair of Levi's in the Hot Georgia weather here.Jun 22, 2014