Scorpion Covert Jeans
good compromise between looks and function
They're a little warmer in the summer than regular jeans, and the Kevlar blocks almost all airflow, but even on the hottest days I'm only a little uncomfortable when stopped. I haven't crashed in them so I don't know how well they'll hold up in that event, but they appear to be solidly constructed. The best part is the lack of weird trendy BS that often gets tacked on jeans. If you want motorcycle jeans without a bedazzled dragon or 75 types of acid wash then these are a solid option. I opted for these instead of the $400 Maple jeans and I'm happy I did.
June 29, 2015
Good price good fit and protectionI
After reading about many riding jeans I purchased the Scorpion
covert jeans and found them to be Jeans that are 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
June 22, 2015
Get what you pay for
First of, the price you pay for these jeans combined with the amount of protection they offer absolutely out weighs the negatives. The main negative with these jeans is the quality just isn't there. The zipper broke maybe the third time I wore them and the stiching is poor at best. I'm constantly finding threads coming out that need to be trimmed. Quality issues aside I feel absolutely safe in these jeans. They are thick and have an unbelievable amount of Kevlar for the price point. I would buy these jeans again but know that they undercut other more expensive riding jeans in price for a reason.
June 22, 2015
I've had these for about a year now. They are great jeans. To be expected they are a little warm due to the liner, but you get the protection without the awful looks of most other motorcycle jeans. My only issue is that the knee pad holders are not adjustable like other jeans.
May 15, 2015
Regular looking jean with added protection
They fit and look exactly like a regular jean. I wear them all day inside work comfortably but I wouldn't want to sit around outdoors in the summer wearing them if I wasn't riding. The kevlar and mesh lining means they'd get warm but that's to be expected. The amount of kevlar and option for adding armour are great.
Only minor complaints are that they need to be hemmed and I'd recommend washing them separately before wearing, the dye bleeds if they get wet. Not a big deal and it's something you'd have to do with most jeans anyway.
May 9, 2015
style is near perfect for me.
These are great jeans. I've worn them for over a year now, and they age very well. I've been impressed by them. They are now my most complimented pair of jeans.
April 27, 2015
First pair of riding pants. Definitely happy with them.
I had to have the legs hemmed, but I expected that being in the "vertically challenged" category. The pants are heavier than normal jeans, but they don't restrict movement in any way. The morning chill is blocked a little better. The mesh lining inside is soft and comfortable -- sometimes I have to remind myself I am not wearing pajamas at work.
April 20, 2015
Jeans are comfortable and look / feel like regular denim jeans. For the price and protection you can't go wrong. I'm a 33 in jeans and had to go with a 36 and get the jeans taken in.
April 13, 2015