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Rokker Revolution Jeans

The Rokker Revolution Jeans bring you the best of both worlds that blend style and protection together so you no longer chose one or the other. They 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 and protection without compromise, and the Rokker Revolution Jeans achieve both.

Features:

  • 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
4.4 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3.8 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.5 / 5
Features
4.6 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.5 / 5
Air Flow
3.7 / 5
Fit
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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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4.4 / 5.0
47 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
3.8 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.4 / 5
Features
4.6 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.5 / 5
Air Flow
3.7 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
NOT Waterproof
Pros:
+ Very stylish
+ Excellent build quality
+ Comfortable

Cons:
- Not waterproof

I purchased this item with the understanding its waterproof. I had the opportunity to test this claim during a week long ride in the Alps. I got wet two days (Arguably they were very wet and rainy days) out of 6 days ride. Its not a pleasant experience going through he alp passes while being wet.
Since the product is advertised as being waterproof, I cannot recommend it and that's why I gave it one star.
June 5, 2016
Purchased
10 months ago
Ride:
2014 BMW K1600GT
Closest Option to Levi's for Fit...but, Uber Protective
If you want a pair of protective Scholler Dynatec pants that fit like your 501s, then look no further than Rokker. Of course, for the same money you could buy about 12 pairs of Levi's denim. But, even if you could wear all 12 pairs at the same time they wouldn't offer the same protection as the Rokker's.

Fold the D3O knee armor and slide it into the interior leg pockets where it stays in the correct position while riding, no velcro necessary. There's actually a flap over the armor's pocket - I think the previous poster didn't realize this. The armor pocket is shaped like the armor and is narrower at the bottom to prevent the armor from moving inside the pocket, or sliding out - the pocket, itself, is what holds the armor in position. The hip armor pockets are designed to flip down inside the pants, ensuring the D3O isn't going anywhere when you're on your bike. The knee armor included with the Rokker's is thicker than the other sets of D3O knee armor I have from competing products, like Kyrano.

True to size. Wash in cold. Line dry. Be advised, the material is not cotton. In that sense, the Rokker Revolution aren't really "jeans". But, visually, they appear to be a high-end selvedge type denim, thanks to the subtle "washed" finish, which isn't overdone. I'm 6' 3", 165lbs, slim build. I wear a 34"x36" in Levi's, and ordered the same in Rokker. Perfect fit.
November 14, 2013
Ride:
2012 Triumph Speed Triple
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
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
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2013 Triumph Street Triple
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
2 / 5
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
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2012 Triumph Bonneville
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
High end riding pant protection
I bought these riding pants when I was in the process of achieving ATGATT protection. I compared numerous pants before choosing these. As far as protection goes, these pants have proven themselves. I crashed once wearing them. Crashed around 30 mph, and slid for a few feet. I landed hard on my left knee and the pant help up completely and didn't tear in the least, nor where my hip made contact with the pants on the ground. My knee was completely fine as well as far as impact damage. I know these pants come with their own D3O armor, and the armor is of fantastic quality, but since these are not a track pant and tight fitting, the armor will shift around placement wise on your knee as the pant moves. They also don't Velcro into place like other versions which is ok since they have a custom shaped pocket, but I was looking for more as far as armor protection.

While the armor supplied for the knees and hips is nice, I chose to look for something else. That product I found is Bohn's fully armored pant. It includes hip, tailbone, coccyx, thigh, and knee/shin armor in a spandex style pant that can easily fit under the Rokker pants. While I'm NOT knocking the Rokker's, I thought I would provide this info for anyone looking for the same type of set up or level or protection. I highly recommend them. Most I know call this overkill, blah blah, blah but it has protected me well and provides serious protection coverage.

Back to the Rokkers. The waterproof membrane I have not tested since riding in rain is not enjoyable to me. However, I can say that it provides a nice layer of warmth in cooler temperatures. It also breathes pretty well, but a lot of that I can't feel with the pants I wear underneath.

The fit is perfect, no need for a belt even though there are belt loops. No one ever knows I'm wearing such protective motorcycle pants since their styling is so fantastic.

I hope this helps anyone deciding on a higher end pant for various reasons including protection. I highly recommend!

Also, Revzilla has as many know, fantastic and speedy customer service. They are more than happy to talk on the phone with you for however long if you have product questions like I did.
June 1, 2016
Ride:
2013 Yamaha FZ6R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
All weather jeans
I purchased the jeans based on the product blurb expecting them to deliver maybe half of the claims. I would have been happy with that..... but they delivered on all of them!!
My ride is a clean skin, no fairings at all so I was surprised when I took off on a cold morning of 6 degrees Celsius that developed into a very warm 30 later in the day and the jeans kept me warm then stayed cool, comfortable, flexible and looked great! In typical Melbourne style a thunderstorm developed late afternoon and it rained hard enough to cause flash flooding. Guess who stayed dry, even with the 100% humidity the jeans allowed my legs to breath!
The armour is easy to insert and flexible enough to blend in with the jeans making them still comfortable long after you get off the bike.
This product is a true all rounder and delivers on its claims, they are the most expensive jeans I own but they are now the only pair I ride in!
October 25, 2013
Ride:
2013 Moto Guzzi California 1400 Custom
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Works as expected in the summer and the wettest winter Ever.
Purchased just prior to the 2015 summer putt through the NW states. Truly amazed at the comfort in temps ranging from early morning 40's to afternoon 90's. During this winters storms a wind/rain shell to helped maintain heat on some 300+ mile rides but wasn't needed to keep dry.
Of note: Online clothing size is difficult to determine and is one reason the Klim jeans, ordered at the same time, were returned. The primary reason was comfort as the Rokker's just felt better although the waist size of my next pair of Rokker's will be smaller, closer to my 35-36" Wranglers. The 38" waist, that a Gear Geek suggested, is quite loose when walking about unless tightly belted. That's a minor annoyance when compared to the waterproof and temperature gradient performance of these jeans. None better.
March 1, 2016
Ride:
2013 BMW K1600GTL
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
As advertised and described
Took me a couple tries to get the right size. (ended up needing bigger than I thought)
They are waterproof. Look like regular jeans, can't tell the armor is there. I do sweat a bit more under them than regular jeans. They are warmer than regular jeans. (but what do you expect?) Very protective. Love these jeans. Would not recommend for summer. (unless it rains a lot where you live)

Nit picks... they swish a little bit when you walk.
March 7, 2016
Ride:
2015 Ducati Diavel
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
2 / 5
Protection that does not look like protection
Fit: As everyone has said, go try on a pair of Levi brand 501 jeans and whatever feels best, order that waist. In terms of length, if you wear boots, order long. I use a 30" inseam in my everyday jeans, but the 32" length was perfect for the bike. The extra length covers a good amount of my boot when sitting and keeps the wind and rain from coming up my leg. when seated, the knee armor landed exactly where it needs to be. It does drop a little low when standing, but even then it is not uncomfortable.

Breathability: I don't find that these allow as much airflow as a normal pair of jeans, but compared to something like Draggin' Jeans with the extra layers of Kevlar, they breath much better. That said, I won't be wearing these in the heat of the summer.

Value: Yes, these are very expensive. But I've never worn protective gear that is as comfortable. I knocked it a little in value mainly for the wood crate. I really don't care for such expensive added stuff.

OK, so my riding has been mostly commuting. Lately fairly cool in the mornings (mid 40's) and warmer in the afternoons (low 70's). For that range, these are great. On the very cool mornings I can just begin to feel the cool air against the pants coming through the fabric. As the temps drop closer to and below freezing, I'll probably have to add a thermal layer under these. All things being equal, that isn't a big deal and I prefer it as I don't want to have a bulky overly warm pant when going home in the afternoon.

I do change out of these when at work - not because they are uncomfortable, but rather because they are so expensive and I don't need to wear them on office furniture. (^_^)

My bike is a cruiser style feet forward design, so getting air up the pant leg in cool weather is a concern. Have had no issues with the Rokker. The hip armor can sometimes make me think I have something in the pocket, but otherwise it is a non-issue.

Nobody I've shown the pants to have been able to tell me they could easily see any of the armor or even tell they were not jeans. At least, until I walk. The swish of the fabric is not like denim, so observant people will know that something is amiss. Most don't notice.

I have tried them on with polypropylene thermal underwear and while it is obviously more bulky in the leg, the jeans went on and moved fine with the double layer. This will easily carry me into the below freezing temps on my bike which has some basic wind protection.

Have not had any heavy rain, but the minor shower I rode through was fine. With a non-waterproof pant, I would have had a soggy bottom and that did not happen. In fact, the pants were hardly wet as they don't seem to absorb anything at all. I keep a microfiber towel on the bike to dry off the saddle and it was easily able to get the pants completely dry with just a few wipes.

They say that the price is long forgotten when you live with quality. Well, I think the price was high, but I'd buy these again. They are comfortable, work as advertised, and don't make you feel like you need to get out of them like many cool weather riding pants.

If I had one tweak, it would be to offer a relaxed fit version and spread the belt loops out a bit in the back.
September 25, 2014
Ride:
2015 Honda NM4
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Outstanding.
Pro - Performed better than expected in cold/wet weather riding. Looking forward to trying the jeans in the summer. Easier to care for than leather.

Con - Lack of adjustability in the armor pockets.
November 18, 2013
Ride:
2003 Yamaha XVS1100 V Star 1100 Custom
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I have never used them ,but people say they are the best motorcycle jeans out there. I'm sure I will be more than pleased with my purchase. It will be nice to have the added protection and not have to dress like a spaceman or change once I get somewhere.
A U on Sep 4, 2016
Best riding pants I've ever owned
David L on Jun 26, 2016
I have never used them ,but people say they are the best motorcycle jeans out there. I'm sure I will be more than pleased with my purchase. It will be nice to have the added protection and not have to dress like a spaceman or change once I get somewhere.
A U on Sep 4, 2016
Trying something new and heard allot of the Rokker
Khai Chuan L on Jul 19, 2016
Best riding pants I've ever owned
David L on Jun 26, 2016
Best protection and best style
Jerry M on Jun 10, 2016
Review in Motorcyclist Magazine
John P on Jun 4, 2016
3 pants in one ! Quality efficencies
Charles S on Apr 6, 2016
Great features and protection
MassimoGRF on Mar 22, 2016
Took a couple tries to get the size right. (first two times, I ordered too small) but these are crazy high quality and protective. Waterproof. They are all they claim to be. If there is a downside to them its that they "swish" a little bit when you walk. But you get used to it quick enough. (I am nit picking here) They look like normal pants. I highly recommend them and if I ever wear them out, I would buy them again.
Mitch R on Jan 26, 2016
Ideal solution to dry protection without being bulky.
David G on Jan 15, 2016
good lookin', waterproof, knee/hip armor, fancy box, rave reviews. sold!
isaac w on Jan 7, 2016
For casual look and rain protection
Noel D on Dec 15, 2015
very good
Charlie P on Oct 20, 2015
Wanted one pant that would do it all, fall protection & weather protection. This does it all
CopperM109r on Oct 5, 2015
Waterproof
Charlie P on Jul 31, 2015
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.
David D on Jul 5, 2015
good reviews
dan f on Jul 2, 2015
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.
Tanju Tamer O on Jun 22, 2015
Protection and rain wear.
Charles H on May 26, 2015
A comfortable pair of riding pants that look good and have protection. Plus waterproof if caught in a rain burst.
Aaron L on May 13, 2015
Looks good and has both hip and knee protection.
Basil C on Feb 15, 2015
Water Proof and good quality product.
JeremyR on Feb 10, 2015
Style and Function
Chuc N on Dec 25, 2014
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.
AMY H on Sep 26, 2014
Fit
Vinton K on Sep 17, 2014
waterproof blue jean design that cost about as much as a good pair of waterproof riding pants.
A S on Aug 22, 2014
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.
A D on Jul 28, 2014
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!
David L on Jul 20, 2014
I heard that are really good, and waterproof is important to wear for the places I ride, to much rain where I live.
Roberto C on Jul 8, 2014
Tired of scrambling for rain pants.
Mike V on Jul 4, 2014
GREAT OPTION FOR RAIN SEASON ON THE CITY
RODRIGO G on Jul 3, 2014
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.
APK59 on May 10, 2014
Because it is waterproof and has knee and hips protection.
Iwan S on Mar 7, 2014
I had a pair of Rokker Revolution Jeans, but they were too small. It's the best on the market!!!!!
Markus S on Nov 22, 2013
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.
Allan H on Oct 25, 2013
Trying something new and heard allot of the Rokker
Khai Chuan L on Jul 19, 2016
Best protection and best style
Jerry M on Jun 10, 2016
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?
A S on Dec 13, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The Rokker Revolution Jeans are made of 100% Schoeller Denim-Dynatec

www_schoeller-textiles_com/en/fabric-groups/protection/schoeller-dynatec
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?
George T on May 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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!
David L on Jul 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
A shopper on Jun 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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.
will the legs fit over tall riding boots?
A shopper on Mar 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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!
Can these be considered a replacement for more touring oriented pants, or are they just for around town and urban riding?
Allen E on Mar 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Last summer I wore these on a four day ride through Southern British Columbia. It rained heavily "on and off" one day and I stayed dry. I would consider them touring capable! So much so that I'll be using them exclusively on a 4 week trip through the States and Canada this spring! I wear light merino wool long underwear under them.
How much will the Revolution shrink?
A shopper on Jun 10, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
Simon B on Jun 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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.
Basil C on Feb 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: 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
can these jeans be hemmed to size?
A shopper on Sep 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.