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  • Rokker Red Selvage Jeans - Denim

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Rokker Red Selvage Jeans

The Rokker Red Selvage Jeans deliver a timeless style blended with superior protection that you can't find elsewhere. They are made from heavy duty 13.5oz stonewashed selvage denim and feature an internal layer of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec fabric for extreme abrasion resistance. An added benefit of Schoeller-Dynatec is its water repellency and wind-blocking properties to keep you safe and protected from the elements. The Red Selvage Jeans are hand washed and dyed and offer a slimmer fit and lower rise than the Rokker Original Jeans. Due to their slimmer fit, the Red Selvage jeans do not include pockets for knee armor.

The Rokker philosophy is style and protection without compromise, and the Rokker Red Selvage Jeans achieve both.

Note: We have found the Rokker Red Selvage Jeans to run small and suggest going up one size if you are between sizes.


  • Fits similar to a Levi's 510 or Diesel low rise jean
  • Low waist, straight cut with a slim fitting leg and button fly
  • Outer material made of the finest 100% cotton, stonewashed Red Selvage denim
  • Inner material made of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec
  • Schoeller-Dynatec is non-abrasive, wind resistant and water repellent
  • Constructed without rivets which could scratch the bike
  • Easy care (washable at 110° F, ironing after washing increases the water repellency)
  • Jeans ship in a wooden box with Rokker T-shirt

Rokker Men's Pant Sizing

Waist Size Hips (cm)
29 68-74
30 72-78
31 76-83
32 82-86
33 84-90
34 88-94
36 92-97
38 95-100
40 98-106
42 104-112
44 110-118

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

How To Measure

HP Hips Measure the circumference, from pelvic bone to pelvic bone, at the widest part of your hips below the waist.
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Rokker Red Selvage Jeans 4.7 5 13 13
Rokker better than REV'IT or Dainese jeans? To me it comes down to "do I want really good abrasion resistant material throughout the pant and no armor or do I want some level of knee and hip armor protection at the expense of less abrasion resistant material throughout the jeans?". Here is my thought process and experience...maybe it can help others think through the purchase. I own REV'IT (Campo, 2 pair), Dainese (multiple styles), and Rokker (Red Selvage) jeans. Motorcycle jeans are a tradeoff protection (vs leather pants). And, among motorcycle jeans there are further tradeoffs, typically between style and protection (and various levels of protection within each type of jean). Let's assume 'style' is equal among the pants or brands I've noted (even if the Rokker Red Selvage distressed look is nicer in my opinion...and the pics on on Revzilla are darker and not as nice as the stonewashed jeans I received). The REV'IT have been my go-to pants, primarily because of the SAS-TEC hip and Knox-LIte knee armor....which I like more than the softer, more flexible Dainese Pro-Shape protection. So, REV'IT and Dainese can give more hip and knee protection that the Rokker (which has no armor). But, even the armor protection on the REVIT and Dainese is limited to a few smaller (but important) contact areas, and the additional abrasion resistant material (PWS Shield for REV'IT and Kevlar for Dainese) is typically limited to an overlay area around the knee and the seat of the pant; the rest of the pant is typically Cordura or something much better than your standard Levi cotton. While the Rokker has no built in armor, these pants have Schoeller-Dynatec abrasion resistant material lining the entire pant (not just the knee and seat area). To make the decision harder, there is also a newer 'middle ground' between abrasion resistance and armor. Dainese has introduced the Strokeville jeans that increase the abrasion resistant material throughout the pant (weaving in a bit of Kevlar throughout the pant, and not just a Kevlar patch sewn into the knee and seat). And, the Strokeville has Pro-Soft knee and hip armor (I just bought these pants for my son and we both like the pant). Thus, the Strokeville seems to strike a balance between Kevlar abrasion resistance throughout with some level of knee and hip armor. In the end, REV'IT best armor and Rokker best overall abrasion protection. The Dainese find a middle ground with armor (while certified armor protection, not as robust as the REV'IT in my opinion) and a decent level of abrasion resistance (but, likely not as good as the fully lined Rokker). So, how do you plan to crash? Hit your knee and hip, go with the REV'IT. Take a long slide down the road on your back or side, then go with the Rokker for overall abrasion resistance. Not sure, maybe the Dainese are best in covering all the bases, but perhaps not doing any one thing as good as the others. The Rokker flame on the hip pocket is not to my taste...so I used a surgical scalpel and cut the threads and removed the stitching...the thread holes are not visible...there is a slightly noticeable darkness where the stitching was, but I think may fade after some wearing (just as regular jeans fade with use and washing). I prefer the post-stitching removal of a slightly darker flame pattern that is only visible close-up to the white stitched flame visible across the room. Fit on all three is spot on for me 33x34 (6'1", 175 lbs, 34.5" waist measured @ belly button)...the same jean size I wear in AG and other 'designer' jeans I own. Rokker does dry slowly (hang dry)...so I'm ordering a second pair so I always have one available for riding. August 24, 2016
Expensive but well worth it I was reluctant to pay for an expensive pair of riding jeans but having watched a few videos of slides and road rash injuries, I decided to invest in these jeans. They are made extremely well, I usually wear a size 34-32 in slim (not skinny) jeans, I tried the Rokker jeans and at first it felt tighter than my slim jeans, I even thought of returning them for the next size up. I'm happy I decided to keep them, after the first ride they stretched and broke in, now they fit great. Justifying the cost of these jeans is easy once you realize the alternative to not wearing protection is a serious road rash injury. I'm definitely stoked I bought these Rokkers! May 17, 2016
Rocker saved my booty For starters, I want to say Revzilla is wonderful. Now, to my review. I should start by saying, most reviews on here have not actually tested these jeans for what they are made for. I did, unfortunately. I received these jeans as a gift from a worry wart of a mom. Now, let me say, they were a welcomed gift, but ended up being a gift in a completely different way. A way I had hoped would never be needed. But they were put to the tes in a big way on 111415. I should start by saying, I buy a lot of stuff. I have never felt so compelled to review a product. But, the way this product saved me, it is most deserving of praise. First off, yes, they are pricey. Yes, they are heavy. But, from the day I received them, I was shocked at their high quality, and the super fashionable look that they have. I have 300 dollar diesel jeans from Saks, that don't even hold a candle to my Rokkers. And the diesels, well, in a crash will be worthless. Now, lets talk functionality. After all, we pay almost 500 dollars for jeans because, lets face it, its cheaper than road rash, and skin graphs, and a heck of a lot less painful. And now, I can testify to how wonderful these jeans are. Unfortunately, my girlfriend didn't have on Rokkers, and she is paying the price. Friday, November 13th, 2015. My girlfriend and I are home trying to decide what to do. It was one of the first cool nights of the year in florida, as winter has decided to skip us. We were choosing between fishing, and going for a motorcycle ride to have a nice dinner on St Pete Beach. She really wanted to go for a ride, so, that was what we did. We rode to the beach, over the skyway, on a beautiful fall night. It was perfect. We ate outside, at a beach bar and grill. It was about 1130 when we decided to ride home. As we rode south along the beach, to the toll exit, to cross the bridge, I was very surprised to find the toll booth closed. There was a sign, exact change only, and it was 75 cents. I had a quarter, and a bunch of bills. We sat at the toll for about 10 minutes, trying to decide what to do. We considered covering my tag and sneaking through, or just driving through and getting a bill in the mail. But I am a police officer, and my conscience would not let me do either. So, I found a side road and looped around back to the beach. My original plan was to go to a 7-11, and get change, but it was so nice out, I decided to drive to the next bridge, which I believe was Treasure Island, and cross at that bridge. Big mistake. I ended up getting lost in a bad part of town, and eventually found my way back to I275. I ventured southbound, and worked my way to the toll booth to cross the sunshine skyway bridge. I paid my 1.25, and started my crossing. It was windy, the wind was out of the east, and was pushing me towards the wall. I was forced to go a meager 65 mph on my fJR, but was enjoying the amazing weather and views. I was driving next to a white pickup truck in the left lane. Out of nowhere, a red Honda Accord was speeding up the left lane. My visual estimate would be 110 or more. The car was obviously upset that the pickup truck was in the fast lane, and not moving over. He also , obviously, didn't see me. He flew up behind the truck, and attempted to do a high speed. close call, A hole pass, to make a point to the truck that he was in the fast lane. I saw him at the last millisecond making this move. Instantly, I saw a headlight in my mirrors, and then, the most explosive, violent hit, that I could ever imagine, from behind. My girlfriend and I slammed the hood of this car, and then slid off of the passenger side of the car. She slid and flew at least 150 feet. I slid and flew at least 200 feet. It was the most helpless, terrifying, and brutal 5 seconds of each of our lives. I was waiting to flop over the wall and fall hundreds of feet to my death. I was also wondering when i was going to stop tumbling. She told me afterwards that she was thinking the exact same things. When I finally did stop, and surveyed myself, and realized that by some miracle I was in one piece, I then was overcome with the fear of either finding my girlfriend dead, or not finding her and realizing she had fallen off the bridge to her death. I worked my way to my feet, and stumbled down the bridge. I was shocked to find my girlfriend stumbling up the bridge looking for me. She was covered in road rash and beat up. Nothing was broken, somehow. I, however, was only beat to a pulp. I was wearing a V"""on Jacket, Shoei X12 helmet, Heavy Danner boots, Icon Gloves, and Yes, amazing ROKKER Jeans. I slid for a long way on my back and backside. My jacket was rubbed raw, but the back protector, and leather saved me. My boots were also rubbed good. Gloves also. MY jeans, however, were torn to shreds. In the knees and in the butt. But only the denim. The inner material, which I can only describe as magical, was unaffected, and looked as new. IT SAVED MY BUTT AND KNEES COMPLETELY. I am forever indebted to these jeans. I would not be sitting for months. Now, I am on percosets, and muscle relaxers, and in pain internally, but my skin is nearly completely in tact. I owe it all to my gear, and sadly, my girlfriend wasn't so lucky. She has lots of road rash. It is a miracle that we lived. We cant stop talking about it, because there is no way to convey the impact and violence that we felt. The car was going well over 100 mph. There is no explanation as to why I am still here. But, if my story can convince one person to wear ATGATT, that could be the reason. I have always believed you get what you pay for, and skimping on safety gear is not a good way to cut corners. If you are on the fence about Rokker Jeans, because of the price, DO IT. Worth every penny. You never know when a reckless driver may rear end you at 110 miles per hour. ATGATT November 18, 2015
QUALITY product I purchased these riding jeans a few weeks ago and logged over 500 miles. Great fit on the waist...a little long on the length. Overall a very well made product. August 10, 2015
Skinny Jeans I was swimming in Rokker original jeans, went a size down with these low rise jeans and could barely fit a leg. If you can get the fit right, these are awesome for protection, but maybe too heavy for high temperature riding. It is a full liner underneath heavy denim. When I lose some weight I will be back for this product. July 24, 2015
May Be The Best... ...overall single product I have bought from Revzilla. And that includes alot of stuff, I basically send Anthony my paycheck and he sends me Moto stuff... The Rokker Red Selvage manages the trick of being both extremely protective and cleverly technical, while, at the same time, being one of the best jeans, of any kind, I've owned. My usual jeans, by comparison, are Seven for Mankind Slimmy. That's not a cheap pair of jeans, and Rokkers are now my go to on the bike or not. The Red/Sel fits almost exactly the same as those. As Anthony discusses, these are a slim fit for sure. I have to do a bit of work to get them off, over my calves, for example. Fit is very personal but these are perfect. I will say that although they tell you that they don't stretch at all, due to the liner, my experience is that they do stretch...a bit. Something also great about these is the liner. It is brilliantly made, as it slides with your leg as you move, working far better, IMHO, than any jeans I've worn that do not have any stretch in them. Extremely comfortable on and off the bike. Yes, they will get hot in around +80 degrees, give or take, but if you're moving they're great. The quality of the denim is absolutely top drawer. And, at that price, they better be. The buy in is quite steep, but, ya know what...I'd buy another pair, no question. July 13, 2015
Great Product. Slim Fit. They are great riding jeans. The lining is comfortable and they fit similar to slim fit jeans. September 11, 2014
Low key protection I bought these because I just moved to Southern California and knew that I was going to be spending a lot more time on the motorcycle commuting and that my legs were my criticL vulnerability when it came to protection. I wanted pants that provided protection, yet I could walk into a restaurant or work and blend in. This fit the bill for the most part. First off, they don't look like the photo. The wash is much darker. One of the rokker videos Anthony says that he is wearing his rokker red selvage jeans and that's a better indicator of the wash and cut. The Levis 501s and the rokker originals fit like your dad's jeans. These are a more modern styling that I prefer, but I'm not a huge fan of how low the back pockets are on your legs or the little flame embellishment on the pocket, but that's minor. These jeans feel heavy, both holding them in your hand and when you're wearing them. It makes sense given that there are two layers cleverly disguised into one pant, but you can feel the weight and thickness when you try to throw your leg over the bike and the pants don't quite slide or give against your skin like normal jeans. Then again, you don't want normal jeans because you buy these things because of the liner and protection. I can't really speak for the protection, and hope I never will. As far as the water resistance, I was caught in a light shower and my legs never got wet through the pants, but it did seem like it took the pants significantly longer to dry than regular jeans. All in all, I think this is the best choice out there that meets my needs of low key protection, but it's definitely at a price. It's hard to justify the money at the time of purchase, but I know I'll be glad I was wearing them if I ever go down. August 2, 2014
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