Scorpion Covert Jeans
Look and feel great.
Easily hemmed and fit great, Not too bulky or heavy, Happy customer.
November 20, 2014
Best bang for the buck
Great looking pair of jeans, I like wearing jeans when I ride my Indian. These look great and give me the protection I need. I would certainly recommend these jeans to anyone.
November 17, 2014
Good protection for casual riding
I gave these an excellent rating because they are well made, sturdy and offer a high level of protection for casual, around town street riding. You can also purchase removable pads for the knees and hip area. Fairly comfortable also and true to size.
November 12, 2014
one more way to keep you safe
these jeans are so much better then others in one simple way, they look just like jeans! the kevlar has great coverage but i wouldnt complain if it had a touch more coverage. but besides that little nit pick they are super comfortable easy to walk around in and a very stylish honestly if you want to be more protected while you ride then your normal jeans then these are the best option for you!
November 11, 2014
Great Kevlar jeans - skip the armor
These jeans are well made, comfortable, and the fit is spot - on, although shorter folks will need to hem them.
So why am I returning them? I want a pair of jeans that will provide most of the protection of power ranger pants, which means kevlar AND armor. The pockets for the optional knee and hip armor (which I ordered and am also returning) are made of flimsy mesh with only a half - inch velcro closure on the mesh. So, while the armor fits in the pockets and seems well designed, and sits in the right places, I have no faith in the armor's ability to stay put in a crash.
So, regretfully, I'm sending them back.
Bottom line - if you just want kevlar jeans, these are great. If you're looking for armor, pass. My ratings reflect just the jeans - with the armor, it'd be 2's across the board.
November 6, 2014
Protection doesn't fit properly when sitting on the bike
At first sight these pants look great. Lots of kevlar in the seat, knee pockets for armor, it fits very well for walking around town. The problem is the knee armor that fits when you're walking turns into thigh armor on a bike, and the kevlar knee protection is pulled well away from where it is needed. Sitting on a bike seat causes the legs to pull up and the seams to rotate inward, so there's only denim over your knees if you crash when riding, which is kind of the point.
If you want jeans, these are fine. If you want crash protection, get something designed properly. It really wouldn't have made much difference in cost for them to wrap kevlar around the knee and further down for proper protection, and the knee armor pocket is sort of pointless if it moves over the thighs.
November 5, 2014
Great protective jeans
I bought one pair to see how they worked out for a long road trip. I didn't and hope never to actually test the kevelar protection but I could not believe how comfortable these jeans are and don't look like protective riding pants.
If they live up to their protective advertising, these are great jeans and well worth the price. You feel more confident when riding in them without giving up the comfort and look of regular jeans.
I will be purchasing a couple more pairs in the near future.
I found my 1st pair to run small around the waist. True to their promise Revzilla exchanged them for a larger size and paid for the shipping both ways. The new ones fit perfect.
They do loosen up as they break in. So the original pair may have worked out.
October 29, 2014
Protective jeans that don't LOOK like protective jeans
The fit is slightly small but these are the least unstylish riding jeans I've seen, they provide good abrasion protection with more kevlar than many of their competitors and, though small have pockets for him and knee protection already sewn in.
September 29, 2014