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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
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Scorpion Covert Jeans 4.5 5 58 58
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
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
CHRISTIAN A: Personally recomemded to me by a co-worker. Nov 28, 2014
Jason M: had a pair already, they did pretty good in a slide and look and feel like regular 501 levis Nov 26, 2014
James O: Had both knee and hip armor pockets built in. Stylish and not incredibly expensive considering it also has kevlar lining for additional protection. Oct 31, 2014
Eric S: For in town riding and blue Jean Fridays at work. Good product. Oct 31, 2014
Brandon G: I wanted to have the same level of protection I have on my dirt bike while riding my street bike. Having my skin protected gives me peace of mind so I can focus on riding vs "what ifs". Oct 30, 2014
Patrick N: Good price and manufacturer armor add-ons making the whole package a better value/protection than higher priced riding jeans. Also no large ugly logos on the back. Oct 30, 2014
David M: I bought a pair in spring and find that they fit well (not too loose), look great, and are comfortable, though a bit warm in the Texas summer. I ride all year and think they will serve well during the winter. Oct 24, 2014
John W: Price was low but the company has so far made decent quality items. This item is very good quality for the price range and the cut fit me in a relaxed way without being baggy. Just need to hem the cuff-- they are mighty long. Oct 12, 2014
David L: Need new riding jeans for my daily commute. Want something with protection but doesn't look riding pants. Oct 5, 2014
Daniel K: Look like normal jeans and because they allow the option to include protectors. Oct 1, 2014
Frank N: Some protection while looking normal walking around town. Sep 29, 2014
Jason F: Cost, style and features (or lack thereof). Sep 5, 2014
Mark Y: Big size Aug 27, 2014
bill h: good reviews Aug 26, 2014
Robert H: For a little extra pice of mind on the days I'm ridding faster then I should�� LOL, Seriously though I don't always want to put on my leathers and just head out for a casual day out. Aug 24, 2014
Daniel P: In order of importance- 1) Protection, 2) Price, 3) Style Aug 20, 2014
Robert F: Past experience with Scorpion products has all been positive, so I thought I'd try their new jeans. Aug 4, 2014
hugh l: Appears to be good bang for the buck. Not too baggy. Good for everyday wear without the Robo Cop style. Aug 3, 2014
Jerem K: Consistently positive consumer reviews and video reviews, including Revzilla's. Jul 29, 2014
billy o: Has the look and level of protection that I am looking for at a great price. Jul 27, 2014
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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A shopper asked: 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? Oct 16, 2014
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Daniel W: 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. Oct 17, 2014
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Francis S: I found these jeans to be close to their stated size. I am a 33 and bought a 34. As a result, I have to dry them on hot to get a better fit. Overtime they did shrink a little but not as much as regular jeans. If you are putting pads in them then you will need that extra room. With pads, mine are a good fit. Hope that helps. Oct 17, 2014
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Timothy C: I haven't found mine to shrink at all, but they're not a loose fit to begin with. I'd say you should probably go with the 36x32 if you plan to wear the extra layer of armor underneath. Oct 18, 2014
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John R: very little shrinkage probably because i air dry only. not sure if there's enough room in the knees for good armour Oct 17, 2014
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John M asked: Got the 32x32. i'm a pretty slim guy with skinny legs and they fit very nicely. loose but not overly baggy. Got the recommended knee amour and they ride up way to high to be of use. Does REVZILLA or anyone have a solution to this? I assume the large wide end of knee protector goes to top and thinner tapered end towards bottom of knee pocket, even if I put in the other way, still way to high when I sit down. Sep 23, 2014
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"" ": John, the knee armor does tend to ride a little high. I have not found a fix for this yet, but haven't really looked into it. The other major issue I have is that the pocket opens at the bottom and I have had the armor come out and slip down my leg. I am going to look into changing the pocket around myself, again just haven't done it yet. Sep 23, 2014
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Mike P: I like these pants so much I bought another pair. The only bad thing about them are the knee pockets. They are too high and when sitting on the bike rotate to far inward. I tried a few different pieces of armor I had around and they all ride too high when on the bike. I've been wearing strap on knee armor under them. Works much better. Oct 3, 2014
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George S: I wear knee pads by Forcefield Body Armour. They do not fit into a pocket in the jeans. Instead they slip over your leg and cinch with elastic straps. Great protection, very comfortable and stay in perfect position. Price is very reasonable too. Sep 23, 2014
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John M: Thanks George, could you tell me which ones you got? I'm heading out on a very long trip and would feel better with good knee protection. Sep 24, 2014
George S: Forcefield Limb Tubes. Three sizes to pick from. Sep 24, 2014
John M: was the size you got right for you? I have 15inch knee, kinda skinny legs, always hard to tell if Small or medium is going to work......thanks for answering all my questions... Sep 24, 2014
George S: I got medium, but you are thinner than me. I recommend the small for you. The spandex backing has a fair amount of stretch. You wouldn't want them sliding down your leg. Sep 24, 2014
Marcus B: Had a similar issue and just used stirrups to hold pants and knee protectors in place when riding. Sep 23, 2014
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John M: stirrups? like straps that go under a boot? Sep 23, 2014
Marcus B: Yup. Strap goes under your boot and then clips on both sides of jeans. Great fix for any pants that tend to ride up when riding the motorcycle. Sep 23, 2014
A shopper asked: The size chart lists 32 for all the inseams. If I normally wear a 36 waist x 36 (or sometimes 34) inseam, do they have a size that will work for my inseam? Sep 12, 2014
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A S: My pant size is a 36x34 and I find these to fit me great if not even a bit long. They are designed with the "riding position" in mind so the bend in the knee is compensated by more length. When I'm riding the bottom of the pant does not expose the boot past the ankle.
I would say these would be a wise investment, especially considering RevZillas return policy and no restock fee. I purchased a second pair after my first ride because I was so pleased with the quality and fit.
Hope this helps. Ride safe
Sep 12, 2014
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Mark S: I purchased the 36". Although sizing and fit is inherently subjective, I found these jeans really long. I normally wear a 32" and had to have them taken up several inches. They are still a bit long. Sep 12, 2014
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Hugh M: The inseam on the Scorpion jean in my opinion does run longer than what they say is 32. With Revzilla anything over $39.00 ships for free and if you are not happy you can send them back. Sep 13, 2014
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Gary B: I usually wear 32 x 34. Scorpion covert jeans are big in the waist,narrow in legs and short in length when sitting on bike. Sep 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi everybody- The video for this item says that there are hip pockets for hip armor... what specific armor fits in there? Jul 25, 2014
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Alan M: Hi

I have the jeans and wore them on a 4,000 mile trip earlier this summer. I wore a set of Bonarmor pants under the jeans and had no issues. Love the pants.

The pocket for the hip pads are slightly longer and wider than a dollar bill. The mesh pocket is open at the top and attached at the top and bottom of the pocket. The pocket is mesh and can be stretched. Hope this helps.
Jul 28, 2014
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George S: I can't imagine that any pad positioned in these narrow mesh pockets in the hip area would provide any meaningful protection in a fall. The real value of these jeans is in the kevlar inner liner and slim styling. I own several pairs. I wear padded shorts and knee pads underneath. Works for me. Jul 26, 2014
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Michael H: I put a set of Forcefield armor in the knees and a set of Sas-Tec hip armor in the hips. Both work/fit just fine. Jul 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: I just received these pants and the length fits me perfectly. Maybe slightly shorter than I'd like, but still pretty good. Will they shrink up and shorten after washing? I know I can't return them after washing. Jul 23, 2014
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BRIAN J: I've only washed them 2X. Dont put in dryer, hang dry by hanging on a hanger by the belt loop. No shrinkage experienced. BTW, why wash unless they're really dirty? The smelly-er they are the better I like em! Love these jeans but hot for summer riding. Jul 24, 2014
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Daniel O: No them wont. Mine hasn't. Just read the instructions on the tag and you should be fine. Mine stay the same color and size sfter washes. Jul 25, 2014
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John R: havnt noticed any shrinkage but also air dry only Jul 24, 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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A shopper asked: Just bought these pants and love the fit. Will they fit over the Sidi Adventure GTX boot and if not, what would be a dual sport boot that would fit?

Thanks
Oct 16, 2014
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Richard K: I have a pair of Gaerne Balance Boots and A-star S-MX Pluses.
These jeans fit over both sets of boots.
Oct 16, 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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Lee M asked: The size chart lists all 32 inseams. If I normally wear a 36 waist x 36 (or 34) inseam pant, do they have a size that will work for my inseam, especially while sitting on a bike? Sep 12, 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

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

Click here to see the full Scorpion Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Blue / 30x32 943588 2502-30 In Stock: Ships next business day
Blue / 32x32 943589 2502-32 In Stock: Ships next business day
Blue / 34x32 943590 2502-34 In Stock: Ships next business day
Blue / 36x32 943591 2502-36 In Stock: Ships next business day
Blue / 38x32 943592 2502-38 In Stock: Ships next business day
Blue / 40x32 943593 2502-40 In Stock: Ships next business day
Blue / 42x32 943594 2502-42 In Stock: Ships next business day