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Rokker Revolution Jeans

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.

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
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Great riding jeans Jeans were extremely tight out of the box. Took three weeks of daily riding to break them in. Still a little tight in the crotch area. Armor fitted perfectly. Love the pants. 6'1 195lbs athletic build. June 23, 2014
Rokker Revolution Waterproof Jeans (Purchased on 05/27/2014) Hi All The main reason I bought this jeans was for the wind proof and waterproof. I wanted a pair that is for all season and not having to add on layers or different pants for winter, rain, summer etc. I really hesitated in buy this pair of Jeans as it is quite expensive. I can buy about 3 Kevlar pants for this price but I took a gamble as on paper this pair of Jeans has everything I needed. Bought this pair in May and I have to say, I am loving it. It is the start of winter in Australia which means about minus 2 in the morning so far. I ride to work in the morning and I hardly feel the cold! The wind protection is excellent! Usually my legs would near freeze over by the time I get into work with normal Jeans or I would have wear plaster went weather pants over my Jeans to have the wind protection. It feels comfortable just like wearing normal Jeans. I can say it wouldn’t be an issuing ride my bike during the middle of winter here as this jeans has kept me warm so far. I did feel a little cool from the ice cold bike fairing which is normal in the morning as the bike is left in the garage. I would definitely buy another pair when this one is worn out etc. Highly recommended!! June 16, 2014
Awesome Riding Jeans These jeans are just awesome. I was looking for a pair of riding jeans for quite some time. At first I tried a pair of Drayko Drift jeans. They were ok but felt scratchy against my skin and had no protection except for their claims of being abrasion resistant. I decided abrasion is just part of it and if I go down on a ride I want something to absorb the impact too. So I returned them and found these Rokker Revolution Jeans here at Revzilla. First off they fit just right. I usually take between a 34 and 36 waist size jean and a 34 length. I ordered the 36 waist X 34 length and glad I did. The waist is just a tad bit snug but certainly not uncomfortable in any way. I'm just glad I ordered the 36 waist and not the 34. The length is perfect and I love the D3O included armor and you can't even notice it being there. The pants are very smooth on you skin and feel terrific. I feel I really got my money's worth with these jeans from a comfort, protection and features standpoint. Yes they are expensive but look at what you're getting. C_change membrane which is water and wind proof, comfort, protection and just great overall construction and quality. Plus on top of all that they look terrific. June 9, 2014
Great style and features! Great for 15 - 38 deg C, rainproof! Love the fabric. June 2, 2014
Super comfortable, possibly across a wide range of temps For the past 15 years I have ridden both my Harley and sportbike wearing primarily a pair of BMW kevlar jeans with knee and hip pads. After over 200,000 miles in every kind of weather, the kevlar continues to look new, but the lining is torn to shreds. And I've had some concerns about the knee pads being too loose. When I bought them, those BMW jeans cost $300. A fortune for me 15 years ago, but they turned out to be the best money I ever spent on gear. So I saved my nickles, burned incense, crossed myself, and bought the Rokkers. So far I have ridden them in temps from 41 to 65 degrees F, in overcast and sunny weather, and in light rain. Longest ride has been about 3 hours. Biggest surprise so far has been the comfort. I have worn them with Hot Chilis long johns every time so far, since temps are still cool around here (Colorado). Only when it was 41 degrees and raining did I feel a little cool. Not cold enough to shiver, just a little cool. The rest of the time, with my legs in the open breeze because my Harley has no fairing, my legs were very comfortable. I felt no difference between 45 degrees overcast and 65 degrees sunny. That's what surprised me the most, and leads me to believe they'll still be comfy at 85. During the light rain, about 10 minutes of it, I did not feel any moisture through the pants, even though they did get pretty wet. If the temps had dropped into the 30's I might have gotten cold, though, since I've noticed that waterproof gear that gets wet on the outside has an effect similar to air conditioning. I ordered size 38, which fit great while standing and, according to my wife, transformed my middle aged self into a sexy beast, but when I sat on the bike they were too tight. So I exchanged them for a size 40. (Thank you for making that easy, RevZilla!) Size 40 felt a little roomy standing up, but was much more comfortable on the bike. (Not roomy enough to make a biker fashion statement by wearing them below my butt, but not country-western snug, either.) I did notice that they got a little roomier the more I rode in them. For reference, I normally wear size 36-38 jeans, depending on the cut. I weigh 235 lbs, have an athletic build, but have also eaten a few too many pizzas. The pads are terrific. Can't even feel 'em. The knee pads feel like they're too low until I sit on the bike. Then they're fine. And I'm not worried about the pads shifting around my knees. Will they last as long as my BMW kevlar jeans? I don't know, yet, but I'll update this review if I see any degradation in the material. I ride about 15,000 miles a year on average. Will they be comfortable in 80 degrees F, given the waterproof lining? I expect so, but I don't know yet. Ditto for 90 and above. As for cold weather, below 40 degrees they'll probably feel cold. But so did my BMW kevlar jeans. I wish they cost $300 instead of $550, but given how well my BMW jeans served me, I figured it was worth a try. Time will tell. April 7, 2014
No true abrasion resistance. Waterproof. Seem overpriced. I tried both Rokker’s Revolution Waterproof jeans and their Original non-waterproof jeans. I also tried Rev’It Lombards, but this review is primarily about the two Rokkers. Personally, the Revolution jeans look nicer to me with their ‘new’ medium blue finish (kind of like the Lombards), which is quite different than the ‘worn’ or stone-washed finish of the Originals. The fit of both Rokkers in the waist, seat and leg is the same however – similar to a 505 Levi jean and quite different than the Lombards, which have a more Euro cut: tighter in the leg, lower on the hip and much bigger in the waist (like two inches bigger in the waste than the same size Levi’s). Everyone will have their own preference in look or fit of their jeans. However, there are some differences between the two Rokker models that are important but not mentioned in the RevZilla video reviews. In particular: 1. The REVOLUTION MODEL weighs about 30 ounces but really has no special abrasion resistant features. It does have, as advertised, a lightweight waterproof membrane bonded to the inside of the denim for the full length of the leg. The Waterproof model also comes with flexible Rokker D3O hip and knee protectors that fit pockets built into the jeans (but see my comment 4 below). The point here is that the waterproof membrane is NOT abrasion resistant. 2. The ORIGINAL MODEL weighs about 46 ounces (1 pound more than the Revolution Waterproof) because, while it lacks a waterproof membrane, it has a heavy internal layer of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec fabric for the full length of the leg for abrasion resistance. The Original model has pockets built into the knees for Rokker D30 knee protectors, which are available from Revilla separately (but see my comment 4 below). 3. What this means is that the Waterproof model offers no more abrasion resistance than standard jeans like Levi’s, but is windproof & waterproof. For serious abrasion resistance the Original model is the way to go, but then you must forego the waterproof feature. 4. For both models the Rokker D3O Knee Protectors are a nice touch but are a bit problematic. If you look at RevZilla’s picture of the knee protectors you’ll see two stuck-on Velcro pads for adjusting the fit of the protectors inside the provided pockets. This may work as intended but unfortunately the knee protectors that came with the Waterproof Rokker jeans DO NOT HAVE the Velcro pads. The result is that the knee protectors slip down to the bottom of the deep pocket that holds them and thus, at least for me, don’t protect your knees, only your shins. A serious glitch in $500 jeans IMHO. Fortunately the pockets that hold the knee protectors are fairly large and deep, so other knee protectors or protective material of some sort could be inserted to offer true protection for the knees, I believe. Because I’m a new rider I decided to keep the Originals and return the Revolution Waterproofs, since I really valued abrasion resistance over a waterproof membrane. I do prefer the lightness and look of the Revolutions though. March 7, 2014
Good quality and comfortable pair of jeans but… Just received my jeans today. I was really looking forward for it. Thank you Revzilla for the excellent service. The packaging and presentation of the jeans is definitely top-notch. Overall impression of the jeans is the same as the other reviewers. It fits nicely and was really comfortable. My only complain is that the cut was too high on waistline and too loose from thigh to ankle for my liking. It would be perfect if Rokker can make a slim cut. January 9, 2014
Excellent quality, fit and look These are great pants. High quality, Fit well and do not look like armored motorcycle pants. Look good around town as well as functional on the road. December 28, 2013
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Rokker Revolution Waterproof Jeans
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
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
RODRIGO G: GREAT OPTION FOR RAIN SEASON ON THE CITY Jul 3, 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

www_schoeller-textiles_com/en/fabric-groups/protection/schoeller-dynatec
Mar 8, 2014
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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
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
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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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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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.

Click here to see the full Rokker Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Denim / 29X32 968903 1030L32W29 Out of Stock
Denim / 30X32 960352 1030L32W30 Out of Stock
Denim / 31X32 968904 1030L32W31 Out of Stock
Denim / 32X32 960351 1030L32W32 Out of Stock
Denim / 34X32 954936 1030L32W34 Out of Stock
Denim / 36X32 960353 1030L32W36 Out of Stock
Denim / 38X32 968905 1030L32W38 Out of Stock
Denim / 40X32 968906 1030L32W40 Out of Stock
Denim / 42X32 949076 1030L32W42 Out of Stock
Denim / 29X34 918665 1030L34W29 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 30X34 918666 1030L34W30 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 31X34 918667 1030L34W31 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 32X34 918668 1030L34W32 Out of Stock
Denim / 33X34 918669 1030L34W33 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 34X34 918670 1030L34W34 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 36X34 918671 1030L34W36 Out of Stock
Denim / 38X34 951692 1030L34W38 Out of Stock
Denim / 40X34 952472 1030L34W40 Out of Stock
Denim / 42X34 952473 1030L34W42 Out of Stock
Denim / 34X36 918672 1030L36W34 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 36X36 918673 1030L36W36 In Stock: Ships next business day
Denim / 38X36 918674 1030L36W38 Out of Stock
Denim / 40X36 918675 1030L36W40 Out of Stock
Denim / 42X36 918676 1030L36W42 In Stock: Ships next business day