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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
  • Pockets for SAS-TEC Knee and Hip armor (sold separately)
  • Mesh lining for comfort and airflow
4.4 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.1 / 5
Features
3.9 / 5
Comfort
4.3 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
3.5 / 5
Fit
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Scorpion Men's Pant Sizing

Size Waist (in) Inseam (in) Inseam - Tall (in)
SM 30-31 33 35
MD 32-33 33 35
LG 34-35 34 36
XL 36-37 34 36
2XL 38-39 35 37
3XL 40-41 35 37

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

W Waist Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
I Inseam Measure from the highest point of your crotch down to your ankle, along your inner leg.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
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4.4 / 5.0
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LIVING PROOF!
I bought these jeans for a little extra protection in case of an accident and they did exactly what I wanted. Worth every penny! I was in an accident 3 days ago. A lady in a mini van blew a stop sign and I T-Boned her front fender at around 40-50 mph. I took all of the impact below the belt and was launched like a man out of a cannon over her van and down the pavement. I have road rash on my arms because I wasn't wearing a jacket, (it was a hot day sometimes I take my chances) but nothing below the belt no road rash. the inner crotch of the jeans ripped on impact because I sort of did a split into my handle bars and my jeans fit a little snug ever since my wife put them in the dryer one day. (hang dry only read the tags) I will definitely be buying another pair once I can ride again. Other than the ripped crotch, the pants look like the day I bought them. My bike is totaled. I have small scuff marks on my legs sort of like rope burn from the inner lining of the pants it barely broke the skin. It was a hot day and these pants are quite warm, but I am so glad I wore them.
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Stylish yet flawed
In town discrete style? -Check. Unfortunately that is where it stops.

I applaud Scorpion on daring to finally release a pair of jeans without obscene stitching lines all over the legs. Serious kudos to you and the design team. From the outside, these look and fit just like my favorite 501's. The Raw indigo wash is professional enough for the modern office and I can see them fading beautifully.

Unfortunately that is where the praise stops. The Kevlar liner is thinner than the actual jean and maybe a third of the thickness rivals like the Drayko Renegade use (in attached pictures- the Drayko is on the right). Even with the knee and hip pads (sold separately), I would be seriously concerned going down over 30mph in a pair of these.
April 10, 2014
Ride:
1999 BMW K1200RS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great product, especially for the price!
The Scorpion Covert motorcycle jeans are the first pair of riding jeans I've owned, and I can say from the start, these are quality.

PROS:
Great Kevlar coverage - They're not fully lined (from mid-shin down on front, and from back of knee on down in back they are a mesh lining), but I am 100% confident in the coverage they have protecting me in a skid.

Low-profile style - They're not loose and baggy, they don't have ostentatious branding, there's really no indication at all that these are Kevlar jeans unless you turn them inside out

Surprisingly comfortable - I've worn these so far in Temps ranging from 50F to 85F, and they're not as hot as I expected. As I write this review, I'm wearing them at work, and in the office I'm not feeling sticky or hot. The lining feels good on the skin, not itchy or anything.

Price - At the price-point these jeans sit, their value is tremendous. Many pairs of regular denim jeans cost more than these do.

True to size - I wear a size 34 waist, inseam 34, and the size 34 waist fits me perfectly both waist and inseam. If your inseam is significantly less than 34 (30 or less) you may want to hem these.

CONS - None, genuinely.

IMPORTANT NOTES:
Others have mentioned it, I'll add to the detail: these do fit slimmer than many cuts of jeans. I believe the technical style is 'boot cut'. The cut through the thighs is a little slimmer than a 'relaxed' or 'loose straight' cut, and could even be called 'tight' if you've got large thighs. They flare a little at the bottom to fit over high-top motorcycle boots.

These ARE warmer than regular jeans (to be expected) with a lined pair. They're cooler than I expected, but don't expect these to flow air like regular denim if the temps get high.
June 4, 2014
Ride:
2005 Yamaha FZ6
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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5 / 5
Biggest danger is wearing them out when I'm not riding!
These pants are so much more comfortable than I expected them to be. They were slightly large on me, but not overly so. My only complaint is that the velcro on my boots sometimes catches the inside, but it's rare, and it only is an issue when taking the pants off... definitely not a big deal.
September 8, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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5 / 5
Effective protection with casual appearance
I bought the Scorpion covert jeans because I don't want to look like a superhero every time I ride my bike. They do run long in the leg, though I assume that is because it's easier to roll up the leg/hem than it is to make it longer. They do feel slightly heavier than your normal everyday jeans, but that's to be expected due to the linings included.

I took a fall in these sans armor inserts at around 30 mph. There was a roughly quarter-sized hole in the denim but as expected the kevlar was still together. My knee was still abraded through the material however, so I recommend getting the inserts.
August 2, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Best Riding Jeans for the Buck - With a Few Caveats
I ride daily and don't like the hassle of changing suits for work. I needed an all-day comfortable pair of denim to cover the less rash-resistant organs of my body. One that didn't look like Dickies, one that fit like classic Levi 506.

Options like Draggin Jeans or Dianese D6 promised the look but not the price, so the Scorpion Covert won out.

My pair arrived with the rear leather patch loose and missing stitches, random strings lined the sides as if the seamstress didn't care to tie off the loose ends. The armor pockets lining the inside of the jeans scratched my legs as I walked. Already a bad portent.

Overlooking the shoddy finish, these jeans fit perfectly on my 32x32 figure. After wearing them for the first day, I didn't feel overheated, weighed down or uncomfortable. Almost like my favorite set of 506.

After a few days of wearing and washing I haven't noticed any unusual wear and I can tell these will last for a long while yet.

Perhaps the final product is better on the others jeans, but if you don't mind these minor defects, these are a robust pair or full kevlar protection that should keep your precious skin feeling save and comfortable.
September 1, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
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Air Flow
3 / 5
Details on the fit
I want to give a more indepth review of the fit, since that was most important to me. I've read some reviews stating these were slim fit, some 501 fit, and some even said these were baggy. None of these descriptions were really accurate.

I'm 6'0" and 175 lbs, lots of leg. Typically wear 32x34 or 32x36 in normal jeans. The covert jeans have great fit through the hips and thighs (not tight, but the modern fitted look you see in most cities). The length is a little short at my height - my guess is these are 32x34 which looks ok walking around, but short on the bike. Knee pads fit perfectly over my knees at my height.

These are definitely not a 501 fit - 501s are a cut not really worn anymore in larger cities. You may find 501s being worn in places like the midwest, where slightly baggier cuts are still popular. This is NOT a skinny jean either. The scorpion covert jean is most similar to a 511 Levi's slim fit, but with a flare at the lower leg (boot cut).

Color is a very dark blue, just like in the video review, NOT the pictures. The pictures are also not very flattering and make this jean look pretty old-manish but they're actually pretty sleek looking. Denim is nice and thick. Not sure if these are raw denim or not but I'm leaning towards normal denim.
June 17, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Some of the best reinforced jeans I've tried, with one major flaw.
I have tried several models of kevlar-reinforced jeans over the past couple of years, and am always looking for good protective pants that look like clothes instead of safety gear. These fit as described (apparently Scorpion didn't use a fit-model with the physique of Jabba the Hutt like many manufacturers seem to do) and the quality of the heavy-weight denim seems excellent. The Kevlar lining seems more extensive than in most others I've tried as well, and the armor pockets are just the right size to fit the Forcefield armor I like (though for the hip armor it takes a little stretching of the pockets.) The only flaw is the position of the pockets for the knee armor. They are too high up on the leg, so the armor is right over my knees when standing, but is over my thighs, leaving the knees exposed, when riding. That should be fixable with some tailoring -- but it would be nice if that wasn't required.
April 21, 2014
Ride:
2002 BMW R1150R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Spot On
Scorpion hit a home run here. These are nothing like the baggy, poorly fitting, ugly jeans I have tried before. The fit is perfect. I wear a 34x32 in jeans and these are a tad long but the waist is exactly what I was expecting. If you didn't tell anyone, they'd have no clue these were kevlar lined. The Kevlar is nice and long in the front and back of these. Havining a bit extra in back and on the sides of the legs is confidence building. Good Job guys. Offer this same cut in a selvedge or dry rigid fabric and I will buy another pair...maybe two!
March 5, 2014
Ride:
1978 BMW R100S
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
These jeans fit and feel fantastic
This is the second pair of kevlar jeans I have owned and by far the best. They look and fit like regular jeans but have a (completely hidden) protective layer of kevlar. An inner mesh layer keeps the kevlar from making direct contact with your skin and this makes all the difference in comfort. I highly recommend this product.
September 2, 2014
Ride:
1989 Honda NT650 Hawk GT
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Casual styling, good reviews, pockets for armor.
Gabriel R on Nov 25, 2016
they look as the jeans I like, why not to be protected, a Little bit.
Fernando Z on Sep 1, 2016
Casual styling, good reviews, pockets for armor.
Gabriel R on Nov 25, 2016
Thinking these will hold up a bit better than my other jeans.
Jared T on Sep 19, 2016
they look as the jeans I like, why not to be protected, a Little bit.
Fernando Z on Sep 1, 2016
ratings and price
Mark A on Aug 24, 2016
Kevlar pants fit well to my scrambler rebuild cafe racer mongrel
Marius M on Aug 22, 2016
Unlike other motorcycle jeans of the same price bracket, Scorpion didn't skimp on the kevlar coverage on this jeans. As per Revzilla review order your normal street jean waist size. I wish Revzilla sells them in black so I can wear them everyday to work.
Dennis O on Jul 23, 2016
Affordable price and full Kevlar from basically the shin up. i was specifically looking for Kevlar in the crotch area. Gotta protect the goods too.
Alex C on Jun 27, 2016
Top rated by Revzilla - and when not. They protect and look like normal pants. I've not found better options, especially for the price.
Eze W on Jun 23, 2016
My friends suggested I get a pair of riding jeans so I wouldn't have to wear my overpants during the summer. I chose the Covert jeans because they really do look like a pair of normal jeans. They fit really well over my boots (combat boots, no less, which are definitely bulkier than purpose-built motorcycle boots). They're a little bit thicker and hotter than regular jeans, but the peace of mind that comes with a kevlar liner is worth it.
Nicholas R on Jun 23, 2016
seems to offer good protection from road rash
Joshua L on Jun 22, 2016
They have all the features i'm looking for at a good price.
Rene G on Jun 17, 2016
style
Sahel U on Jun 12, 2016
Favorable experience with Scorpion, good reviews and "covert" appearance.
Keahi on May 25, 2016
I needed to buy new jeans anyway might as well be Kevlar lined.
M I on May 13, 2016
As a MSF Instructor, I needed something to wear when I'm doing demos on the range.
Bruce B on May 12, 2016
Price point
Don R on May 10, 2016
Because the only thing worse than horizontal seams is road rash.
Daron R on Apr 26, 2016
Cross Country Trek from CA to FL.
Rudy S on Mar 30, 2016
Affordable, more protection than regular jeans.
Steve57 on Mar 27, 2016
durable, good looking for right price.
Antony K on Mar 21, 2016
Price, supposed color and fit (just ordered so let's see what happens)
Raymond S on Mar 14, 2016
Comfort, price, look. I'd buy them again.
Mortis65 on Mar 9, 2016
protection price
moto42 on Mar 1, 2016
Recommended in best of 2015 article.
Dharma B on Feb 21, 2016
After suffering from severe road rash when I wrecked my second motorcycle last year, I realized regular denim jeans simply don't cut it when it comes to abrasion resistance. These Scorpion Covert jeans have a very high abrasion resistance, with added protection in the knees and hips once you purchase the SAS-TEC armor. They also look very casual, on the bike and off! For the price, I couldn't argue the added benefits of protection and appearance. A must have if you like looking casual.
Colten G on Feb 20, 2016
Protection, it cover almost all areas of the body.
Mateus F on Feb 9, 2016
Will be ordering another set shortly my stompgrip tank pants have worn out the inner section of the jeans.
Herminio R on Feb 4, 2016
awesome video and they look very great!
Shaun R on Feb 1, 2016
I canceled the order, I plan to get covert pro jeans.
Chad H on Nov 21, 2015
Need a denim pants that doesn't look bulky
Meryl F on Oct 9, 2015
Because I wanted to get some jeans I could ride with for casual friday at work. One less day per week I have to change in and out of my textile pants.
dernemax on Oct 2, 2015
I own some Scorpion WP over pants and am happy with them and the name brand. I chose these jeans because of how satisfied I was with my WP pants. I liked the denim color on these and the Kevlar shown in the photos.
ERNESTO C on Sep 22, 2015
Looked great and helpful videos sold me.
Tae L on Sep 20, 2015
Good reviews on something (when combined with over-the-top knee guards) to make spur-of-the-moment rides more convenient.

ATGATT, so my other option is the full riding suite.
KristopherD on Sep 18, 2015
Like the regular jeans look (no horizotal lines). Went with Covert instead of Covert Pro since both are kevlar lined, decided did not need cordura abrasion resistance of the Covert Pro too for the money.
Captian on Sep 6, 2015
I like that these are very casual and look like regular jeans!
Daniel B on Aug 19, 2015
Look like regular pants but has kevlar protection.
Vincent V on Aug 15, 2015
I chose these pants to wear around town, looks more comfortable to walk around in
Marshall . on Aug 10, 2015
best value, look normal
scott o on Jul 8, 2015
Fiend refered, fit well, the most Kevlar for the buck. I hope the color fades though. I would rather have a lighter color pants in the hot weather.
George B on Jun 24, 2015
Great pair of pants for riding, and they look like normal jeans. They are a bit of a slim fit, otherwise they are perfect.
steve f on Jun 18, 2015
Anthony's review
William F on Jun 9, 2015
Their cooler in Hawaii and theres a little more protection then regular jeans.
James L on May 23, 2015
Good riding jeans. I bought the armor and it feels good. I normally wear a 38 waist by 30 inseam. These are usually rolled up a little and I may eventually have them hemmed and the knee pads lowered. The knee pads, as I read in another review, rides a little high; even though the legs are pretty long. I've often joked that I am shaped a little like a six foot dwarf, long body, short legs. I just ordered a second pair and these will be my everyday riding pants.
Gary S on May 12, 2015
I made my choice based on Anthony's video presentation and rider's reviews, seeking protection, style, and comfort, and am very satisfied with my choice. Thanks everyone.
richard k on May 9, 2015
wanted jean riding pants with protection at a good price.
P A on May 4, 2015
I chose these jeans based on the positive reviews. I also wanted to have another pair of jeans that I could wear that don't look like motorcycle jeans.
Carlos P on Apr 26, 2015
Good Kevlar coverage, reasonable price and they fit like my preferred regular jeans, though a tad long.
David J on Apr 8, 2015
They look like normal jeans.
Saad M on Mar 25, 2015
I don't want a full set of leathers and wanted something that looked good for when I am off the bike. I ordered the 42 x 32. We'll see what happens. I'm beefy, not leafy so we'll see if they fit.
A S on Mar 24, 2015
Thinking these will hold up a bit better than my other jeans.
Jared T on Sep 19, 2016
ratings and price
Mark A on Aug 24, 2016
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?
A shopper on Feb 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Can someone take measurements of the armor pockets? I'd like to see if any of the D3O will fit.
Christopher O on Mar 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
The washing instructions were lost for my scorpion covert jeans. Can you help me out?
A shopper on Aug 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: My tag says machine wash short cycles in cold water, then line dry in the shade. NO dry cleaning or strong detergents. Hope this helps
Are these jeans ce certified like the Rokkers or the draykos?
William H on Feb 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Scorpion's website does not list these as CE certified.
Which armor goes into the knees for this pair of jeans? I can't seem to find them under the Scorpion category on Revzilla?
A shopper on Mar 14, 2014
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?
A shopper on Mar 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Zipper fly or button?
Suby555 on Mar 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Zipper.
Size 32 in normal jeans, but I've got skinny legs. Should I go 32 or 30?
David S on Apr 26, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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 :)
I am an in between size, 35x32 in regular jeans. Will these jeans shrink any after washing a few times as a normal pair of Levis would? I plan on using a pair of Forcefield Action Shorts and slip on Leatt or Forcefield knee guards under these when I want to "up armour" before going out to the canyons. Otherwise, I will just wear them with basic pads for daily riding. Should I go with a 36x32?
A shopper on Oct 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The care tag inside the jeans states "Machine wash short cycles in cold water, Line dry in shade, No dry cleaning." So, if you follow their specs, you won't see any shrinkage anyway. I believe that the high heat has a negative effect on the Kevlar. But - I dry mine on low in the dryer and have not seen much shrinkage at all. A little bit when you first put them on after drying, but the waist stretches back to normal right away. I take a 36x32 in Levi's and I bought these in a 36 and they fit good. Not too tight, not too loose. I also wear knee guards and these jeans fit fine with them also. These are great jeans. Hope this long winded response helps.