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The Rokker Red Selvage Jeans are made from 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 & protection without compromise, and the Rokker Red Selvage Jeans achieve both.
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)
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Markus S: Great look, max protection, awesome riding pantsDec 15, 2013
Sol F: They look like they'd be comfortable plus the video really ramped them up compared to other jeans! I also like the fact that they don't have any seams above and below the kneeNov 6, 2013
Lee L asked:Do you guys have your pictures backwards on the Red Selvage and the Rokker Original?? In the video, the Red Selvage version has a very dark appearance, but the picture listed with the item on your site shows a much lighter color. The opposite is true for the original... the product page shows a dark jean, but the video shows a much lighter jean. Could it be that the product page images are backwards???Apr 14, 2014
Eric M:I received the Red Selvage Rokker jeans a couple of weeks ago and thought the finish of the jeans was much darker than the picture on the website. I didn't like the finish, was actually quite disappointed with the jeans and preferred the faded finish the picture showed. I was not sure if washing would achieve the same finish of the jeans as in the picture and the fit of the jean was tight in the crotch and seat area.
I decided to return the jeans and RevZilla was really good about returning and crediting my account.Apr 14, 2014
Sol F:Hi David, these jeans are a pretty snug fit around the thighs and I find the crutch to be a bit tight as well, though saying that these jeans are really comfortable while riding. Being in Australia and in a regional area I didn't have the luxury of trying these on before buying so I went through all sizing options that I could find before I purchased these. If you have a retailer somewhere close to you that his these I suggest trying them on first. Hope this helps!Mar 3, 2014
Good advice, Sol. Unfortunately, the brand doesn't seem to have any brick-and-mortar retailers in the US, where I live. The pants are so expensive, it might be worth a trip to Europe to try on a pair.
Mar 3, 2014
Yusef S asked:I love the look of these jeans. Do you think I can fit the klim tactical shorts and some knee & shin protectors under these with out it showing to much or the forcefield protector pants? They look kinda slim but not that slim.Nov 29, 2013
Anthony BStaff:I have thin legs and probably could pull it off, but if you have an average build they may be a little tight. These are the most narrow. They don't include armor in the knees for that reason.
Side note, I wear them every day - all year. I love them. Amazing riding or just premium denim.