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Scorpion Covert Jeans

Universal style and brazen protective capability make the Scorpion Covert Jean a uniquely versatile riding pant. With motorcycle specific features that include a Kevlar lining and a knee armor pocket, the Covert Jeans are as comfortable on the bike as they are on a Saturday night out on the town. For the fashion forward rider who doesn’t want to sacrifice good looks with real-world protective precautions, the Scorpion Covert Jean is a boutique item in its own class.

Features:

  • Traditional 5 pocket design
  • 14 oz heavy denim
  • Dark Indigo wash
  • 165GSM DuPont Kevlar lining from knee to waist
  • Knee armor pocket (fits optional Sas-Tec armor sold separately)
  • Mesh lining for comfort and airflow
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Scorpion Covert Jeans 4.5 5 36 36
Perfect option if looking for a regular looking jean I was drawn to these because they're one of the only normal looking pair of Kevlar jeans. No stitching in strange places, no big loud logos, just classic looking jeans. They have good coverage with the Kevlar and just feel really solid in general. My one gripe is with the pockets for the knee protectors. I got the D3O pads and they rarely seem to sit right on my knees. They usually end up a bit high or off to one side. Also the pockets open to the bottom with just a Velcro closure, I've already had a pad make it's way out on its own (not while riding). I'm trying to work out a solution for this, but overall I do recomend them. July 21, 2014
Solid Choice for Everday Riding Pants These are a solid pant at a solid pricepoint. Armor pockets may leave something to be desired, but not something I'm personally concerned about. The lining is extensive and covers more of the pant than some higher priced competitors. Fit is spot on if a bit tight; length seems good as well with a good break over my smx plus boots. (They even seemed to shorten a bit with the first wash and low heat dry). Easily pants that can be worn to the casual workplace or around town without feeling like robocop. And of course Revzilla's fantastic service and blazing ship time are the cherry on top. Thanks to Andy for the recommendation. July 19, 2014
Nice riding Jeans First... holy cow these got here fast! UPS ground to the West Coast and here in 1 day! How do you do that? Awesome Revzilla! Exactly what I hoped for. Look just like regular jeans and super comfortable. Fit is spot on. July 18, 2014
perfect ! Finally a company that did it right. Absolutely perfect size is true . I wear a 30 in most jeans, they fit good on the tighter side. I am going back for round two and buying another pair. I am considering wearing them as normal jeans in the winter on colder days. Finally a company made a riding jean that looks like a pair of normal jeans. Rode in 95 degrees and was comfortable when moving along. July 14, 2014
Good for the Price I have ridden for two months with these jeans. Overall the fit, style and comfort are good. My only complaint is that the pocket in the knee for the knee armor is accessed from the bottom of the leg and secured by a single small Velcro closure. I have had the knee pads fall out of the pockets while riding and had to pull over to keep from loosing them. I am planning on changing this myself but have not done so yet. It would have made much more sense to have it insert from the top of the leg. July 14, 2014
Good but too baggy for me. Price and quality wise, I think these are fantastic. However, I look like a rapper in these. They're huge in the legs. Long and baggy legs. Makes it so I don't ever use them because I look like an idiot. The whole point was to get something I can wear normally but which also protects. I really hoped they would fit the bill but I pretty much just threw away $. But that's me not returning a product I should have. I may get them hemmed but the bagginess will still be an issue. Now I ride in jeans again. Squid! I got the Klim D30 T5 EVO Pro XT Knee and hip pads that work well but the knee pads are too big. Looks like a tumor on your knee. July 10, 2014
Comfortable and well fitting at a good price point. I've had my eye on a few pair of kevlar jeans for a bit now, and the Scorpion Covert seemed to match what I was looking for. Having a little extra protection with jeans seems like a great idea, but most of what I saw was just awkward looking, ultra slim fit, or priced out of my interest. The Covert fits on the slim side of a 501 - I wear a 32 in Levis, and a 32 is spot on with these. The Kevlar is stitched in from the waist down past the knee, with mesh completing the lining. There are pockets for both knee and hip armor; I wouldn't be able to take the knees out while wearing the pants, but could probably use the armor comfortably. However, the hips - I have to wonder if they would make the pants a bit too snug. The cut of the inseam is long - at least a 33-34", which is fine as it lets me tailor it to just the right amount of break. Aside from the the main button/zipper there is no exposed metal. I was out for a ride yesterday - 91F, and pre-thunderstorm - rode home from work mid-afternoon, then sat to an early dinner and out for a night ride. The jeans were breathable and comfortable on the bike without looking out of place off of it. Sitting in traffic was warm, but it's July, so that's obvious with any layers. They're soft off the rack, they fit how they should, kevlar, no rivets, room for armor, and they just like jeans should, all for less than $150. Nice job, Scorpion. *On not giving top marks to Style, Protection, and Air Flow - I think they are styled wonderfully, but that's because they are completely plain jeans. Some may take issue with that. Protection - I'd struggle to get the hip armor in, so I question the value of that pocket, and Air Flow - they flow plenty good, but it's a double thick jean, not mesh pants. Coincidentally, I ordered these on a Tuesday afternoon from Revzilla, and they showed up by 11:30 the next morning. Awesome service. July 9, 2014
true to the reviews A great value. I am impressed with and very satisfied with the Covert Jeans I ordered. I tried them on last night when the arrived, a little loose compared to my 501's and long . This morning jumped the bike for a quick ride to work. After lunch went out for a ride,...125 miles later, 95 degrees to 62 degrees...a little warm in the heat and I like the extra length for riding. No wonder Revzilla can not keep them in inventory... July 8, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Timothy C: I need a pair of Kevlar Jeans that can accomodate armor. Based on the reviews and the good price these sound like a good deal. Jul 22, 2014
Mark B: They look like regular jeans with added protection. Jul 21, 2014
Rod M: Because of the video review that I watched and the customer reviews on your site.
It was very helpful to see the product on someone.
Sitting on a bike might improve the experience
Jun 27, 2014
George P: internet reviews. They seem to offer good protection while looking like normal jeans. Jun 25, 2014
Terrance B: Great price with fuller coverage Kevlar protection Jun 24, 2014
Ryan O: cause they didnt look to baggy like my icon victory Jun 21, 2014
Jeffrey B: Safety and style and great reviews. Jun 17, 2014
Chuck M: Price and Protection. Styling of normal jeans. Really hate looking like a storm trooper on a vintage bike. May 7, 2014
jessie g: Ordered these due jeans instead of the Icons for $80 because the amount of the yellow stuff (kevlar) in them. Also lots of positive reviews. Well see how true to size they are since a found mix reviews about being true or a bit big, either way I wear a 40 in jeans usually so well see. Apr 5, 2014
Wade T: ordered these to wear over Dainese Nosorex padded under leggings. Nosorex for impact and the jeans for abrasion,should be a great combination. Mar 29, 2014
Robert W: The reviews suggest that these pants offer protection compared to regular jeans and are a good value. All the reviewers and the video suggest they fit true to size. Mar 26, 2014
Gabriel T: Price was right. Initial reviews were good. Mar 25, 2014
Guy H: Looking for summer ride pants Mar 25, 2014
Marcus B: Extensive kevlar protection and you can add additional protection. Also doesnt look like a typical motorcycle pair of jains. Mar 24, 2014
Francis S: Convenient. Good looking and protective. Mar 23, 2014
Jim G: hoping for comfortable, fashionable mc jean to go over my Bohns Mar 21, 2014
Scott L: Looking for an armored casual riding jean. Mar 19, 2014
Eric G: Chose this based on recommendation from Rezilla gear geek. He convinced me these would suit my needs better than simply buying knee armor. In fact, he talked me out of spending MORE money on other stuff that really would not have worked. Mar 19, 2014
Ed V: Based on the video and specs, it seems this is the best priced riding jeans with lots of protection compared to others. Mar 16, 2014
Alan G: These jeans look great: no seams across the front of the legs, and they have a relaxed, but not baggy fit. They also have a very generous lining of kevlar, and pockets for knee armor. I have tried some other kevlar jeans and was disappointed in the fit, look, and kevlar coverage. These look like they will be exactly what I want at a reasonable price. Mar 5, 2014
thomas b: I chose these because they are stylish, have great reviews and the ability to install armor in the knees. Mar 3, 2014
Jesse G asked: which armor goes on the knees and hips with these? Feb 3, 2014
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A S: my knee armor always rides up whenever i put my legs down at a stop, does anyone have a good solution? Jun 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Why is it that the jean in the picture looks nothing like the jean in the video? The video has a dark 'indigo' colour, and the picture features a 'blue.' So, which is it? Feb 5, 2014
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Daniel W: Just received mine last week and can say that they are a very dark blue. They look fantastic! I could never find any riding jeans this dark until these. And the Kevlar seems thicker than the norm as well. I would NOT recommend using sandpaper on these to fade them. Sandpaper actually rips the fibers in the pants and these pants have a nice smooth finish on them. Mar 31, 2014
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Chuck M: Dark indigo...a lot like selvedge denim. Very uniform dye. I put them on and took some light sandpaper and scrubbed the wear points, put them in the washer and they faded nice. Wear these for two or three weeks and then wash would give you a nice fade as well. They really are like the old 501 style dye. It will rub off on stuff if you don't wash them right away. Mar 5, 2014
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Christopher O asked: Can someone take measurements of the armor pockets? I'd like to see if any of the D3O will fit. Mar 9, 2014
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Mike P: I measure the pockets at 140mm wide by 180mm long and they seem they would stretch to 150x185. The MSR d3o pads fit (that's what I have) and I've read that the ICON d30 pads will fit also. Scorpion recommends the Sas-tec pads, but I've seen them listed as 8" (203mm) long. Since Scorpion recommends them I guess the pockets would stretch that far, but they don't measure that way to me. Apr 22, 2014
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William H asked: Are these jeans ce certified like the Rokkers or the draykos? Feb 26, 2014
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Samuel F: Scorpion's website does not list these as CE certified. Mar 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Which armor goes into the knees for this pair of jeans? I can't seem to find them under the Scorpion category on Revzilla? Mar 14, 2014
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BRIAN J: I do not know. Havent gotten that far. The velcro pockets are there but I doubt I will put in the armor. Good luck! Mar 18, 2014
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Jack W asked: Zipper fly or button? Mar 10, 2014
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EDWARD L: Zipper. Mar 13, 2014
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Omar K: zipper Apr 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: If I wear a 34X36 what size should I order? I looked at the size chart and it showed a tall option would provide a 34X36 however there is no tall option for these jeans. What are your recommendations to get a solid fit? Mar 11, 2014
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Omar K: I think a 34 on you would run a tad short. I would recommend getting a size larger, and then worst case scenario wear a belt if it's a little loose on the waist. Overall, super comfortable jean. Apr 17, 2014
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David S asked: Size 32 in normal jeans, but I've got skinny legs. Should I go 32 or 30? Apr 26, 2014
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Daniel G: Hey. I usually wear a 32 or 33 and bought the 34s. They are a little baggier than regular jeans but are great quality and comfortable at the waist.

I think it's probably worth buying a pair at 32 as the 30s will likely be uncomfortable at the waist whilst riding.

Also they're about the only protective jeans that look 'normal' without creases at the knee. You can always send them back pretty cheap postage wise.

Don't forget you will definitely need to get them hemmed... Unless you are well over six foot...

Happy riding :)
Apr 26, 2014
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Daniel O: I an size 34, but i purchased size 36 and it's very comfortable. I did go with a size up because I was gaining weight and stopped working out. But I plan to go back working out. The reason I went with a bigger size also would be in case I need to wear something underneath. Awesome jeans, definitely buy them. They are a dark blue, just so you know. Awesome product. I will look at scorpion on my next purchases. Apr 27, 2014
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George S: The size you choose depends on what you plan to wear underneath. Covert jeans are slim fitting; definitely not baggy. I wear padded shorts and knee pads under a size smaller than normal. I have a second pair in my regular size for colder weather when I need to add a few thermal layers underneath. The inseam is perfect on both pairs too. Apr 27, 2014
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David S: Pads under a size smaller? Did you mean larger? Apr 27, 2014
George S: In these jeans My size is in between (down are tighter, up are looser). I can comfortably wear a size DOWN with pads and UP If I need thermal layers. Apr 27, 2014
Hugh M: The jeans do have a little room at the waist as per my normal jean size but do run tighter in the leg like regular fit jeans. I normally wear loose fit jeans. Great looking pants with lots of protection. Apr 26, 2014
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Guy H: The waist size seems to be correct. The legs are like a relaxed fit. My legs are average and the pants fit them loose but not baggy. If you went down a size the waist wouldn't fit. Apr 26, 2014
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BRIAN J: Id say 32. Pant legs are straight. Other than that...damnifino. The only complaint is they are tight around my Alpinstars and tend to ride up the boot and get stuck. Apr 26, 2014
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Daryl P: The waist is true to size, if not a little smaller than advertised.. So, If you go a size down, the waist might not fit you. Apr 27, 2014
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Jaime G: 32, unless you think you can fit into a 30. They aren't kidding when they say they fit just like Levi's, though. Apr 26, 2014
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Daryl P asked: Need to know which Sas-Tec knee pads will fit in these pants? Revzilla, please help us out here. Thanks! Mar 31, 2014
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Vladimir j: The Klim D3O T5 EVO Pro XT Replacement knee pads will fit in the knee inserts..but in my case I had a hard time making them stay in place once on the bike. I ride a cb500f my knees aren't very bent maybe that's what creates a small gab that allows the knee armor to move. It may be different depending on size and position on your bike. If ever you want the hip pads the Klim D3O EVO Pro XT hip pads fit very well and are very comfortable.

Hope this helps
Mar 31, 2014
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Eduardo R: The SAS-TEC knee armor SC - 1/05 fits perfectly. I have them on my 34 scorpion covert jean Mar 31, 2014
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Daniel W: I spent quite a bit of time trying to find them as well, with no luck. I've given up.
I put a pair of Taichi pads in, and while they fit the pockets fine, they sit way to high to be of any benefit for me. These pants do feel very thick and strong though.
Mar 31, 2014
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John R asked: received the jeans today.. 2 questions where can i order armor and what are the washing directions .? Mar 27, 2014
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Robert S: I got armor on this website. http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/klim-d3o-t5-evo-pro-xt-replacement-kneeelbow-pads

I am actually going to return mine. The jeans are way too baggy for me and the armor looks ridiculous in them. I could never wear them in public. I look like an idiot in them.
Apr 1, 2014
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David S: What is your height/weight and what size did you get? I've heard elsewhere they're baggy and to go a size down. Apr 26, 2014
Ariel G: Robert,

you dress for the slide not the ride. I think you will look more ridiculous with broken knees :)
Apr 21, 2014
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Richard K asked: Has anyone tried any of the forcefield armor in these?

I was thinking the net flat stuff. Looks like it won't fit in the pocket, but shouldn't be too hard to velcro into place.
May 20, 2014
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Douglas H: I tried some other knee armor in mine, but just like most riding pants, they end up too high when I am seated on the bike. It bothers me when I ride, so I took the protection out. May 20, 2014
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Scorpion Men's Denim Pants

Waist Measurement (in) Inseam (in)
30 32
32 32
34 32
36 32
38 32
40 32
42 32

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