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The Rokker Revolution Jeans are made of 100% Schoeller Denim-Dynatec, an innovative combination of Schoeller Dynatec and denim which is extremely resistant to abrasion and offers a genuine jeans-look. What makes these jeans even more Revolutionary, is the integrated c_change membrane which helps to regulate body heat and is 100% waterproof and windproof. As soon as moisture is produced as a result of increased body heat, the membrane structure opens and allows excess heat and water vapor to escape to the outside air. As the body produces less heat and less moisture, the membrane structure contracts again to trap and maintain body heat.

The Rokker philosophy is style & protection without compromise, and the Rokker Revolution 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 waterproof zipper fly
  • Integrated c_change membrane reacts independently to changing temperatures and activities
  • c_change is 100% waterproof and windproof, it closes when exposed to cold and opens in response to warmth taking into account the prevailing humidity and body moisture
  • c_change ensures the ideal body climate by balancing out the ambient temperature and body moisture
  • Body armor pockets at knees and hips made of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec
  • Double layer of Schoeller-Dynatec at knees for additional protection
  • Removable CE Certified D3O knee and hip protectors are included
  • The D30 CE Certified protectors provide maximum comfort through softness and flexibility but when impacted the intelligent molecules inside lock together, spreading the force over the whole pad
  • 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 D3O hip and knee protectors

Rokker Men's Jeans Size Chart

Waist Size Hip Measurement (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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Denim / 29X32 968903 1030L32W29 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 30X32 960352 1030L32W30 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 31X32 968904 1030L32W31 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 32X32 960351 1030L32W32 Out of Stock
Denim / 34X32 954936 1030L32W34 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 36X32 960353 1030L32W36 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 38X32 968905 1030L32W38 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 40X32 968906 1030L32W40 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 42X32 949076 1030L32W42 Out of Stock
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High price , yes , worth it maybe Waited to post my review until I had a chance to encounter some serious rain. After a trip up the east from Orlando to New york and spent a day riding over to see Anthony at Reveilla then took the Auto train back to Orlando from Virginia there was still no rain. There Was HOT riding a plenty and stop overs to Niagra Falls IN GEAR showed the shortcomings of water proof jeans on a hot day . Not good , no breathing I've read so much about when you are not riding . That said this past weekend we did our annual trek to Iron Horse Motorcycle Lodge from Atlanta with our little group of Beemer and Triumph Explorer crowd and it rained down on us the entire time and the ride back would prove the jeans to be able to keep you dry in litterly ANY downpour for pretty much any length of time. They do get pretty soggy on the bottom ten inches or so and I'm not sure if that was how water got into my Revit water;proof boots but I think it was the boot toe box because the water and wet sock was pooled there. Caveat Emptor on Anthony's suggesting not washing them. These maybe be best not washed often but if you are traveling for twenty days in them you will need to wash them a couple of times as they're not going to have any anti microbial properties that I could discern. Talk about a rotten crotch smell after sweating in them for even two days they are rank and must be washed and there's the rub. If you are riding long distance you will need a whole day for them to air dry after washing. They take a LONG time to dry , minimum 24 hours or more depending on how humid the area is . One stop they took two whole days to fully dry after washing so bear that in mind. Comfort is excellent , the fit is tight for me and my legs are not that thick , and someone suggested the knee armor is punitive on long rides and I agree. Overall , I would give them a five if it weren't for the lack of breathing in the hot and the painful knee armor. ride safe. ray October 5, 2015
Wet Coast Review Quality: The jeans are well made, & purpose built, for sure. I got these because I live on the wet west coast. On the one occasion I got caught in the rain, it was a friggin monsoon. I was thoroughly dry underneath, not a drop. The inner liner protects the wearer from water, while the denim skin gets soaked. Got to the motel at the end of the day, and the denim outer shell was dry by the time it came to depart the next morning. In warmer temperatures, the jeans don't breathe that well when walking around town, but they do breathe well enough when riding. I ordered mine an extra size longer than I normally would, and the jean covers well down my bent leg & over my boots. September 21, 2015
Good product but has some issues Overall review, good fit, waterproof and seem durable so far. Con, not very comfortable in hot/humid weather. I just got back from a 4 day trip to NC from FL with these. First, wearing them in FL and into GA was not to pleasurable. In hot humid weather these tend to stick to your legs and create tension on the skin as they aren't able to move when you sit or change seating position. This became an issue with the knee armor installed. I wore the armor the whole way from FL to NC (over 740 miles) and by the end my knees were in bad shape. Due to the inability of the pants to move when seated (mentioned above) the armor dug into my knees and when I finally got them off in the hotel I had divots in my kneecap until the next day. I rode locally for the next two day and the trip back to FL without the armor and the experience was much better. While riding in NC where the temps were much lower the jeans were much more pleasurable to wear. Felt like I was wearing a normal pair of jeans. I also rode through 2 severe rain storms and these things are definitely waterproof. Didn't get wet at all. I really do like these jeans. Happy I bought them but they are pretty expensive. Not to happy that I will only be able to wear the armor on short trips or in very cool weather (not to often in FL). Also the box they come in is a waste. Maybe my wife and kids can find a use for it. August 17, 2015
Unless you need waterproof or light weight jeans pass on these At $550 these are extremely over priced. You are paying a premium for that fancy wooden box that will most likely just end up taking up space in a closet somewhere. The jeans themselves are not very attractive. When I put them on and asked my wife how they looked she simply said "well they aren't going to get you laid". They are very thin though so if you are looking for a very light weight jean this is it. The flip side to that is that they don't offer as much abrasion protection as a more bulky Kevlar jean. They do come with the knee and hip protectors though which is a plus. They are built well and waterproof. Also they are machine washable unlike most riding jeans which should not be washed. Unless you really need a waterproof light weight jean and don't mind sacrificing protection skip these ones. There are far better jeans at a fraction of the price like the Klim K Fifty 1 or Scorpion Cover Pro. August 6, 2015
Pricey but hopefully worth it. These jeans are by far the lightest protective pants that I have come across. Luckily I have yet to test their protective abilities. Although they are described in places to be sized exactly the same as 501 jeans, they are about 1/2 size smaller and that's without the armor installed. For anybody buying them, I am sure that you will not be disappointed. August 3, 2015
knee pads the fit is very tight , I usually wear a 34 to 36 and the 36 are too tight with the hip protectors in so I had to order a 38", I maybe could have got away with 36 on a short ride however I was afraid they would be uncomfortable on a long ride, the knee protectors are too low as other people have commented on, even when sitting... I usually wear a 30 inseam but the shortest available is a 32. overall they feel pretty comfortable and if they can keep my legs dry in the rain then I will deal with the low knee pads July 22, 2015
Cafe racer style I have had the opportunity to test twice with heavy rains and have worked wonders . Comfortable and functional style cafe racer June 17, 2015
Great, multi-featured protective jean, but expensive! I highly recommend these riding jeans, despite the high price tag. They are extremely expensive, but if they meet your needs, then the quality and performance will be remembered long after the price is forgotten. I am not going to review the features because as usual Revzilla's product videos are outstanding and right on the mark. Instead I will give you my overall impression, experience with the jeans, and how they fit. This is a long review, so if you are looking for a short one you may want to move on, but if you are a customer who likes to gather lots of information before making a significant purchase, here goes… First, about me. Living in Wisconsin I am a three season rider but I ride almost every day. I am not an aggressive rider, but will ride spiritedly at times. When I ride its for commuting, sport touring, or sport riding; but safety is in the forefront of my mind. That is one of the reasons I picked these jeans. I always rode with my helmet, leather jacket, gloves, and boots; but left my legs unprotected by just riding in cotton jeans. So I decided it was time to get some leg protection. I debated between leather pants and protective jeans. When it was all said and done I chose the Rokker jeans. Because commuting makes up the majority of my riding time, the jeans offered more practicality than leather riding pants. For what it is worth, if I had not purchased these jeans, I would have purchased the Dainese C2 Pony Perforated Leather Pants. I might add them to my gear down the road for times when all leather is more appropriate. About the jeans. My experience is that they are exactly as advertised in Anthony's video review. They are a relaxed fit style similar to a Levi 501 and they are very comfortable. I have ridden them in temps as low as 38F (short 20 min commute) and while my legs got cold, they were not unbearably cold. I have ridden in temps as high as 85F for the same commute and they were reasonably cool and not much warmer than regular jeans. So Rokker's claim that the Revolutions keep you warm when its cold and breath more air when its warm are true. I ride with the hip and knee armor in. I would have been fine with the Rokker Original but I wanted to be able to install hip armor and that feature is only part of the Revolution. The pants do not feel bulky even with the armor installed. To be certain, they are heavier and stiffer than regular jeans, but not so much that it is bothersome. These are motorcycle pants after all and for me, my goal was protection first and foremost combined with practicality, with a smaller nod towards style. They feel good on and off the bike, but I switch to regular pants when I get to work. I would not consider these all day pants for a commute day. You will probably want to switch pants at work. They are comfortable enough, though, for a full riding day. On top of my riding boots, the pants (due to the knee armor and long length) do bunch up at the shin, but that’s okay. That means they are not perfectly styled, but if you buy these jeans I would imagine function will carry more weight to you than style. On the bike, they ride perfectly on my legs (length, width, and comfort). Some reviewers have commented about the swishing sound these make when you walk. They probably do a bit, but it is very subtle and not anything that would keep you from choosing them. I have not rode them in rain, so I cannot speak to their waterproofness. I will take Rokker’s word for it. I do not intend to use these as rain pants, but now if I get caught unprepared in the rain…no worries! About the fit: I am 5’5”, 140 lbs with an athletic build (flat stomach, no love handles). For my regular jeans or pants, I will typically wear a 29” waist by 30” inseam pant. My waist actually measures 29.5”. Sometimes, depending on the fit, I might be as small as a 28” waist or as big as a 30”. For the Rokker’s I got both the 29” and 30” waist jean. The 29” was a bit tight and the 30” was just a hair loose (with the armor in), so I selected the 30. I could have got buy with the 29”, but the 30” was better. From a fit perspective, I would suggest buying the Rokker at the top end of the normal range you buy for your pants. Or from a measurement standpoint, if you are between sizes, go with the higher size. If you are right on a size, get that or size up. For length, I got the 32”. They are 2” longer than my normal length and you can tell off the bike, but they are perfect while riding. If you purchase two pairs with the intent to return the size that doesn’t fit, I would recommend you order your measured size and one size up. I would not recommend sizing down. About the price. Wow! These are expensive. You have to swallow hard when you hit the purchase button. They seem very high priced when you compare them to a leather pant such as the Dainese C2 Pony, but they do have a lot of technology in them and the imbedded features cannot be found in competitive products. So at the end of the day you have to decide if they provide you the value you expect for the price. I feel like they should cost significantly less, but considering the alternatives and MY purchase objective, I decided that they were worth purchasing and keeping. When I am still wearing them 10 years from now, the original price will have been long forgotten. Finally, hats of to Revzilla! They have won me over as a dedicated customer. Their video reviews are fantastic, customer service is knowledgable and top notch, shipping is super fast, and their return program is outstanding. They set the standard for internet sales and service, plus its great to know they have a brick and mortar store too. May 30, 2015
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Charlie P: very good Oct 20, 2015
Patrick R: Wanted one pant that would do it all, fall protection & weather protection. This does it all Oct 5, 2015
Charlie P: Waterproof Jul 31, 2015
David D: I chose these pants because they are casual and comfortable without compromising durability and protection. It has every feature I want for daily riding in New England. Combined this with the Black Jacket for great weather and crash protection. They retain heat and moisture when not riding, I can't wear them all day at work. Jul 5, 2015
dan f: good reviews Jul 2, 2015
Tanju Tamer O: Loved the features compared to couple other riding jeans I bought. Lighter, more stealth, water proof while breathes. Will see in action and I'm sure it will perform as claimed, reading the reviews. Jun 22, 2015
Charles H: Protection and rain wear. May 26, 2015
Aaron L: A comfortable pair of riding pants that look good and have protection. Plus waterproof if caught in a rain burst. May 13, 2015
Basil C: Looks good and has both hip and knee protection. Feb 15, 2015
Jeremy R: Water Proof and good quality product. Feb 10, 2015
Chuc N: Style and Function Dec 25, 2014
AMY H: Need abrasion and waterproof protection for fall/winter/spring, but also like the jeans look. For the high price, hoping they are the best motorcycle pants on the face of the earth, and sure hope if I go down they do their advertised job of protecting me. Sep 26, 2014
Vinton K: Fit Sep 17, 2014
A S: waterproof blue jean design that cost about as much as a good pair of waterproof riding pants. Aug 22, 2014
A D: I wanted casual riding pants for riding around town and commuting to work without having to wear my touring pants. Since regular jeans offer next to no abrasion protection, I ordered these because they are abrasion resistant, water proof and aren't big and bulky and can be worn at work off the bike. Jul 28, 2014
David L: I was looking for a riding pant that had it all: waterproof, abrasion resistance, armor, and something I could wear on my bike, and when I got to my destination. The only thing I found that met all my criteria was the Rokker Revolution. If these pants live up to the description and the reviews I'll be a very happy rider indeed! Jul 20, 2014
Roberto C: I heard that are really good, and waterproof is important to wear for the places I ride, to much rain where I live. Jul 8, 2014
Mike V: Tired of scrambling for rain pants. Jul 4, 2014
Adam K: I wanted a do it all riding pant and this is it. I couldn't be happier with these jeans. They are waterproof (I rode in two days of straight rain with them and remained dry). They are warm (lowest temp ridden in was 48 so far... and I was warm). They can get hot (rode in 90 degree weather and my legs were warm). They seem to offer very good protection (so far I haven't fallen). They are very comfortable (comfortable enough to wear to work). And yes, they ARE expensive but worth it. May 10, 2014
Iwan S: Because it is waterproof and has knee and hips protection. Mar 7, 2014
Markus S: I had a pair of Rokker Revolution Jeans, but they were too small. It's the best on the market!!!!! Nov 22, 2013
Allan H: I've been using Kyrano w/ kevlar and, candidly, the rise is just too high, and I am not a fan of the denim color. Dynatech is a better material for the purpose, and these are advertised to fit more like Levi 501s. Oct 25, 2013
A S asked: Does the rokker revolution have as good of abrasion protection as the rokker original? Looking at the video of the original, it shows the full lining and claims 11 seconds abrasion resistance. But watching the video of the revolution, the waterproof membrane is on the interior. I have no doubt that they both protect, but do you give up abrasion protection for the waterproofing of the revolution? Dec 13, 2013
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Jim M: The Rokker Revolution Jeans are made of 100% Schoeller Denim-Dynatec

Mar 8, 2014
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Gabriel R: Is the kevlar built into the denim? Looks to be a different style vs. the rokker original which is a separate interior liner of kevlar. Dec 15, 2014
David L asked: Could anybody please comment how these might fit (true to fit, large) without the armor?

I have a pair of Forcefield Pro pants that I intend to wear under the jeans, and when I tried my regular jeans on (34x32) they were fairly tight around the hip & butt, so I intended to go up a size to the 36x32. Unfortunately, RevZilla hasn't had the 36s in stock for way too long and if the 34x32 with the armor pulled out would fit over the Forcefield Pros I'll go with them instead.

Thanks for any help!
Jul 13, 2014
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Joseph F: I find the Rokker Revolutions fit like a pair of Levi's 501's. I usually wear a 32x33 in most jeans but on Levi's 501's it is a 34x33 fit due to the cut of the jeans being higher in the waist. I'd suggest going to a local store, trying on a pair of 501's and using those as a reference to decide what size you need. Jul 15, 2014
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David L: Thank you Joseph - really appreciate the suggestion Jul 15, 2014
G N: I wear a 31/32 in a normal jean depending on the cut. My Rokkers are a 33 and I wear the Alpinestars Comp Pro short underneath and they are perfect. I also have some Forcefield Pro shorts. There is no way I would get my Rokkers on with the Forcefield shorts. I have a pair of size 36 Draggin Kevlar jeans to get my forcefield shorts under. My forcefield shorts are four layer but I have just taken one layer out as they are too bulky and have to go up multiple sizes in jeans to get them to fit. I know that not as protected with 3 layers, but they do sell a 3 layer version which I wish I had bought instead of the 4. Hope this helps as the Rokkers are a big investment but they are fantastic. Jul 15, 2014
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David L: Thanks for the detailed response G N - much appreciated! Jul 20, 2014
Marcus W: This is true. I wear a size 33-34 jean and I recommend going up two inches on the size since these jeans sit high (right below belly button. I ordered the 34" and I couldn't button the pants so I had to send my 34" back and get the 36". Hopefully these fit. Jan 12, 2015
jay c: I normally wear a 34 x 34 in RELAX fit jeans because of my thighs . I ordered the 34 x 34 in the rolkker jeans. they were way too snug in thighs and snug in the waist and butt.
there was no room for hip pads on me. also when seated it was uncomfortable in the crotch area.
so I returned and reordered 36 x 36. thighs were fine, waist and butt were loose but not sloppy(I prefer a fitted look) and length was good when seated...need to take into account of hike up when legs bent in semi sport bike stance.
can't go wrong with revzilla...good return service
Jul 15, 2014
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David L: Thank you Jay. Really appreciate the help! Jul 20, 2014
Joel R: David,

I wear 34 sized pants and ordered those in 34. In my case, there's no way I could fit motorcycle pants under there, even with the armor removed, and be comfortable. As mentioned in the product description, these fit like Levi's 501 jeans, and that doesn't leave much room for anything more than underwear. In my case anyway. I'm 5'11' 205lbs, YMMV.
Jul 15, 2014
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David L: Thank you Joel - really appreciate the help Jul 15, 2014
Iwan S: The size is true fit just like Levi's jeans. Somehow the armours do not really affect the size. They snug nicely inside. I use heated pants inside and yes it feels tight around hips but not too bad. I would've chosen one size biggerif I did think that on summer it would be flappy
Jul 15, 2014
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David L: Thank you Iwan - this information is helpful. Jul 20, 2014
John B: I bought mine a size larger than I wear in street jeans to fit over a full set of Bohn Body Armor. That works fine. I wear them with suspenders. The size fits just like street jeans fit, true to the size. Jul 16, 2014
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David L: Thank you John - this helps since I'm familiar with the Bohn armor. Jul 20, 2014
Tony F: I originally ordered the 34"

Sent it back for a pair of 36"

They are European cut jean.

( not relax fit)
Jul 15, 2014
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Chris S: Hi. David,
I have the 34 x 32. With the inserts the pants are firm but comfortable. With them out, there is plenty of room.
Jul 16, 2014
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David L: Thank you Chris. This is very helpful. Jul 20, 2014
David L: Thank you Jul 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: I've been told that these trousers make a 'swish' noise as you walk, like most fabric riding pants do. Is this true, or are they just like regular jeans? Jun 5, 2015
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Jeremy R: They do sound a little swishy but honestly its nothing to be concerned about unless you are trying to sneak up on someone. The main thing I regret is that Revzilla will not take them back after you have worn them out on the bike. I found that they run super small in the waist and should have went with a 34 instead of a 32 which I wear on a daily basis. I saw a few posts saying after a few washes they loosen up but have not found that to be the case.
Maybe I just need to go on a diet.
Jun 5, 2015
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Warren C: No, they don't make a noticeable swish. They are a little stiffer than jeans, so if you rub your legs together when you walk, you may hear slightly more noise than with jeans, but nothing like cords or most rain or textile bike pants. Jun 5, 2015
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Richard W: I don't hear a swish when I walk with these jeans on. I would recommend these jeans for a wet-cool weather as they are very warm when the sun is out. Jun 5, 2015
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Richard D: They do make a bit of a swish noise. Not as bad as my other riding pants but more than regular jeans. I don't find it to be a problem. Jun 5, 2015
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Aaron L: They do make that sound because of the waterproof, but as you wear them they break in and the sound get quiet. Jun 5, 2015
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Frederick P: I have not noticed any "swish" noise. The jeans are five star! Jun 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: will the legs fit over tall riding boots? Mar 13, 2015
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Joel R: Yes, they should fit over pretty much any kind of riding boots. The legs are straight but not slim. I wear mine over tall, 10 eyelets Dr Martens boots which have twin belt bucle style closures, so the boot is pretty thick at the ankle and up, and everything fits well, with room to spare! Mar 14, 2015
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Paul R: The legs will fit over my riding boots with no problem. I really appreciate the feel, look and function of the jeans. The only complaint that I have is minor -- the knee pads are a little lower than I would like. Although they are pricey, they are worth it. Mar 13, 2015
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Richard R: Unless you have ginormous calves, yes. I wear mine over Aerostich boots, and my calves are pretty wide to begin with (18.5 inches). The pants drop over them without any problem. Mar 23, 2015
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Jamie B: Yes they will fit over tall riding boots.
The legs are basically straight cut so they should fit over just about anything.
Mar 16, 2015
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Denis D: Yes no problem Mar 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: How much will the Revolution shrink? Jun 10, 2015
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RODRIGO G: I have used my Rokker Jeans for over a year and I have not noticed any shrinking at all... Im a big guy (260) so this is a big concern. Keep in mind the washing recommendations (wash them as little as posible) save riding. Jun 10, 2015
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Iwan S: I don't feel the shrinking even after a couple times washing them. Jun 10, 2015
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Adam K: Not at all... if anything they've streached. Jun 10, 2015
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Eli G: Very little or none. Jun 10, 2015
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Simon B asked: I've been told these pants make a 'swish' noise as you walk (like most fabric riding pants do). Is this true? Or are they like regular jeans? Jun 5, 2015
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Daniel B: Hi Simon, I have worn these riding jeans four times now and have not noticed a swishing sound as I walk. I always wear light weight merino wool long johns under them as the waterproof material does not breath well. I have found them very comfortable. Knee protection could be a little higher but that's probably because I ordered a larger waist size for my middle aged body. I normally wear a 32 leg inseam and ordered a 34 in these pants. On the bike (bent knee) they fit well. Jun 5, 2015
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Gordon C: Yeah they do make a 'swish' noise when you're walking.
I personally wouldn't wear these all day or as a regular wearing jean.
I'd probably carry pair of jeans to change in to upon arriving at my destination.

They are like regular jeans in look and sizing only. In every other way they aren't.
Jun 6, 2015
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Noel D: It`s heavier, but not so munch noisy, and yes it`s like a regular jeans. was ride under light rain, work great, it need break in, at this moment it`s comfortable. Jun 5, 2015
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Andrew P: Sorry. I have not worn mine yet. Jun 5, 2015
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George T asked: The knee armour, once in its pocket, sits below my knee (standing and sitting). Anyone else have this problem, and would you please comment on your solution? May 7, 2015
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Daniel B: The knee armour fits a little low for me as well. To date I have not bothered trying to raise them as they still give me protection from debris flying into my leg. If I were to try however, I would make a pocket the same size as the one that is there out of a stronger material like polyester reinforced cotton. I would sew this pocket on top of the original one (without sewing through the waterproof material) except move it up the necessary amount (pants are inside out when this is done). I have not tried it but pretty sure it would work. Jun 5, 2015
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John M: It's a shame, but I'm not surprised. Rokker, being a Swiss company, is not used to catering to heights where the inseam is less than 32". Swiss/German guys are relatively tall and the fact that it's a niche/expensive product also plays into their reluctance to create more sizes. Maybe you can have them sewn into place at the highest point in the pocket? May 21, 2015
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Khai P: Unfortunately I don't have this issue with mine, however I don't use the knee armour because the pants fit a bit snug and limit my movement. May 22, 2015
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Noel D: in ride position, it`s in right place, i`m use 34x36, i purchase for a 2600 km trip, very comfortable Jun 5, 2015
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Basil C asked: The knee pockets are open at the bottom unlike the hip pockets which are open at the top. How do you keep the knee protectors in place if they are open at the bottom? Mine keep slipping out of the pocket and falling down to the ankles just walking to my bike after putting them on. No problem keeping the hip protectors in the pocket because they are closed at the bottom.

Any help appreciated…thank you.
Feb 19, 2015
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tom c/o robert r: look for the smaller opening at the bottom of the knee pocket material. the pad does not go between the pocket material and the jeans but in the pocket "flap".
almost have to roll the pad to get it in
best of luck
Feb 20, 2015
Khai P: I actually bought them to fight like regular jeans so I can't use the additional pads. However I belive its a double pocket (overlapping). I'll check and get back to you. Otherwise Velcro. Feb 20, 2015
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Ludovic F: Hmm this is strange, mine are not opened at the bottom and they stay very well in place. Feb 20, 2015
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Basil C: Thank you for your responses. I was able to figure it out by folding the pad and placing it in the correct pocket. Thank you. Feb 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: can these jeans be hemmed to size? Sep 16, 2014
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Iwan S: I have mine shortened. The professional tailor had it cut and heated before sew it back. So far no problems with the stitches. Heavy rain once and a couple days do not do any damage. Sep 16, 2014
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John B: Hemming will place the knee armor pockets lower relative to the hem seam. To avoid this, the pant needs to be tailored shorter above the knee which ruins the advertised look of the pant and costs more. Best idea is to only buy correct fit and nothing else. They are true to size so just buy your pant size and nothing else. I had to press Revzilla a little to get my size. I sent a note directly TO Anthony at Revzilla and I even contacted Rokker to insure that they made my size. Anthony responded to me and my size was ordered. I would not hem the pant because it will change how the design intended to place the armor. You need to get the factory built correct size. Having said all that, I did get the exact size I ordered, they fit and look perfect without hemming, and Revzilla was awesome in the fact that they made it happen for me. Pricy but the finest casual riding pant in the world has a right to be. Strongly recommended as long as the size is correct. Hope that helps. Sep 16, 2014
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Eli G: Not really, the c-change membrane liner runs the entire length of the legs... Sep 16, 2014
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Gabriel R asked: How is the length on these?
Most mention the waist size but I am curious if I need to order a longer length. I normally wear a 32x32, so I am considering a 34" length for the ride.
Feb 3, 2015
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Joel R: I wear 34x32 for normal jeans, and my Rokkers are 34x34 and fit perfectly when *on* the bike. Feb 5, 2015
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alan s asked: One of the reviews said hemming Rokker jeans is not recommended. Is this true? I'm a 30 inch inseam, the 34s would need to be hemmed. Any advice? Dec 7, 2013
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Mariane A: I did the hemmed with a profesional to keep the seems water proof, the knee armor pockets will have to be lifted to position also. Dec 7, 2013
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Benoit G asked: I usually wear 42 waist jeans. Is it the same size? Nov 1, 2013
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Mariane A: Yes, I buy them the same size I usualy weare and they fit very well, even with the hip protectors on. Nov 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: I am an older rider with a 46" waist. I like to ride in Jeans and something like this in my size would work well. Why cant you make them this size? There are many guys in sizes 44-50 who ride and would like something like this. All we have is standard jeans and I for one would like to have just one pair of pants for wet weather riding. Changing into rain gear at my age and size really SUX, so help us bigger guys out. Sep 1, 2015
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