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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.
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)
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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
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 BohnsMar 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
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
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
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
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.
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