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Dainese Montana 4D Jeans

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A modern, casual style and slim fit are two features of the Dainese Montana 4D Jeans. Combine the looks with excellent protection and safety, the Mont… Read More

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Dainese Montana 4D Jeans

A modern, casual style and slim fit are two features of the Dainese Montana 4D Jeans. Combine the looks with excellent protection and safety, the Montana Riding Jeans are made from denim interwoven with DuPont Kevlar fibers which provide exceptional abrasion resistance, and pockets for knee protectors (sold separately) to make a pair of jeans to keep you safe and stylish.

Protection:

  • Pocket for CE approved Pro Shape soft protectors on knees (sold separately)
  • Denim fabric
  • Internal reinforcements with DuPont KEVLAR® jersey

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Slim fit
  • Belt loops

Other:

  • 5 outer pockets
  • Denoted as Dainese P. Montana 4D in Dainese catalog
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A modern, casual style and slim fit are two features of the Dainese Montana 4D Jeans. Combine the looks with excellent protection and safety, the Mont… Read More
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4.3 / 5.0
26 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
4.1 / 5
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3.5 / 5
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3.7 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.4 / 5
Air Flow
3.6 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
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3 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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4 / 5
Saved my skin.
When these came in the mail, I was excited to try them on and I knew I wasn't going to be worried about carrying around heavy overpants when I went out wearing them. They fit a little tight for the size (especially around the legs and butt, so if you squat maybe go a size or two up) but nothing uncomfortable. Unlike most denim they have a bit of stretch, especially through the knees so they are comfortable to ride in but don't look like hammer pants. The button fly is kind of a pain, but it's probably a bit stronger than a zipper.<br><br>Unfortunately about four days after these came in, I low-sided at about 40 mph (always pull over for tailgaters, kids) The pants held up astonishingly well, with only a few surface abrasions. Nothing made it through. I wasn't wearing any knee inserts and got a minor scrape on my knee from the inside of the pants, but overall they saved my skin. Aside from a sprained ankle and hand from the impact I am mostly undamaged-- I'll be buying another pair soon.
September 2, 2014
Ride:
2009 Yamaha FZ6R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Great Pair of Jeans
I just received my black (dark) wash pair on Montana 4D riding jeans. I'm 5'8" 160lbs. typically wear a 30" waist. These are spot on fit (ordered 30" waist). My idea of spot on means I can fit two fingers in the waist after the are buttoned. The rise is some where between 8"-8.5" which makes it a lower rise jean (most jeans are around 10"-11" of rise). They aren't going to sit far above the butt on the lower back because of the rise. The darker wash is closer to that of selvedge denim. The leg fit is close to an original straight bordering a slim straight. The 34" inseam allow the length to cover my riding boots (TCX X-RAP). The cuff opening (6.5") slides over the boots with out hassle. You might have some trouble with a bulkier technical boot. The interior of the jean has kevlar protection in the butt, hips, and knees with pockets in the knees for soft CE pads. From the knee up you get a soft and supple cotton liner that makes the jean that much more comfortable. Dainese has finished the jean off with flat Dainese embossed rivets and Dainese embossed buttons for the 4 button fly. To be perfectly honest my first though was, "I should buy a second pair so I could wear them all the time." My second thought was, "Wow, that a big change pocket." My third thought was, "I'm glad I don't have larger thighs." I have 23" thighs and if you were closer to 30"+ you might have trouble fitting in this style of slimmer jean (look at the Dainese Kansas). Overall super thrilled with the craftsmanship and fitment of the jean. Thumbs up to Dainese, a great addition to your line up. As for Team Zilla, Thank You!
March 25, 2014
Ride:
2003 Honda CBR954RR
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Look Great, Very Comfortable, Protection Level Very Questionable
I just got back from a 1700 mile road trip, wearing these jeans the whole way. Overall, I'm very happy with them. But, the protection granted by these jeans is very questionable.<br><br>Pros:<br>- These jeans look great. They are slim, fit well, a little bigger at the cuff. The cuff is just barely big enough to go over some Alpinestars S-MX Plus boots, with a bit of tugging.<br>- They are very comfortable. The cut and fit of these jeans is great. I wore them for 10 hours straight, never felt any binding, pinching, or roughness.<br>- Well made, stitching looks good, nice details.<br>- Knee armor is flexible, barely noticeable, and very comfortable. It takes a little adjustment when you put the jeans on to make sure they don't slide and fold up. But, once the jeans are on, they stay in place.<br><br>Cons:<br>- The denim is some of the thinnest denim I've ever seen on a pair of jeans. I'm sure this contributes to the comfort of the jeans. But, I have a $20 pair of H&M jeans that have thicker denim than these. The product description states that kevlar is interwoven into the denim. Which is great, it just seems really really thin. And, kevlar fibers don't do anything to protect against those stray pebbles at 80mph.<br>- The knee armor sits way too high. On the bike, the armor mostly covers my lower thigh, top of the knee. If they dropped the armor about 3 inches it would be perfect on the bike.<br>- The armor itself is pretty negligible. If you come off the bike at anything more than slow city speeds, the knee armor will do pretty much nothing.<br>- The kevlar lining, again is really thin. It's very comfortable and looks like yellow cotton. Compared to some Hood jeans I have, I really question the protection level this provides.<br><br>I love these jeans, and would buy another pair. But, they are city riding only for me. I wouldn't trust them in a get-off over 45 mph, if that.
October 15, 2014
Ride:
2010 Triumph Bonneville T100
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
i just don't feel safe in these jeans
I purchased both the Dainese Montana 4D jeans and the Dainese D6 Kevlar jeans at the same time. This review covers both.<br><br>I've owned all kinds of gear for various riding conditions. For my urban warfare commuting, I switch between Motoport Kevlar and Draggin Jeans. I feel reasonably protected in the Draggin jeans but wanted a more modern and stylish look.<br><br>Montana 4D - these jeans are less expensive than other models, look great, fit great, and feel like tissue paper. I have regular jeans from 7 for All Mankind that feel sturdier than these jeans. The "protection" seems to be extra sleeves of material extending from thigh to the top of the leg. I absolutely do not feel safe riding in them, except perhaps for a trip to the store a few blocks away when I can't break 20 mph and there's no traffic. Do not buy these jeans. Spend a little extra on something better.<br><br>D6 Kevlar - these jeans are expensive, look great, fit great, feel fantastic, and seem to offer the same level of protection as my Draggin Jeans, with armored butt and knees. They have some nice touches, like reflective logos on the butt, angled belt loops for a leaning riding position, and a zip fly. The dark wash is very nice. My only complaint is that they are long; it surprises me that a motorcycle apparel company would make a product with so much extra material because they can catch on pegs/shifter. I may get them tailored. Overall these seem worth the price.
April 7, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Stylish enough, get the job done, butt crack
OK. I am a NYC rider who normally wears dark or black skinny jeans (so now you know where I am coming from . If I lived on a farm in the midwest I would probably have a different style sense). So these are pretty stylish, not as nice as my regular jeans, but they are ok. They could be a little more slim on the lower legs, but it workable. The finish on the denim is only ok. But I love them. They are the best riding jeans I have found to date. I am 6 ft 200lbs..I am normally a 34 waist and these fit well but they are low cut...meaning that initially I put them on and they were totally butt crack jeans. But I had patience and they stretched out a bit and work well now.
June 2, 2014
Ride:
2001 Ducati Monster 750
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Straight cut, medium rise
Jeans fit a bit high, not really low rise jeans. I wear a 29 and bought 31 because i needed the jeans asap for a long trip and I wanted to have the option of wearing a thermal underneath in case i needed it.They fit true to their size and I don't find they really fit as skinny jeans. Over all they look great, I bought the knee pads as well and they fit just fine, they still give you airflow and some protection.<br>Definitely would recommend if you are looking for denims that you can also wear out to a bar or social event.
October 13, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Great for commute, general riding around.
Good pair of jeans, The normal Dainese quality that you expect is there however in comarison for USA sizes they run slightly small. As other have said on someone around 6'2 between 180 and 215lbs you actually want a 32-33 waist with a 36 leg but I don't think they make this. So the fit is 85% perfect.<br><br>They feels like a pair of upgraded Bilt Ironworkers Jeans. The denim is A+, where Bilt was a C. There is a generous amount of Kevlar and they also have flame resistant material which the Ironworkers don't have, which makes sense I guess because the Ironworkers are way too hot to ride in the summer. Also the fit on the Ironworkers is horrid, 34 leg wears like a 28.<br><br>The 4D is no problem to use in SOCAL summer or winter. Also there is slot's for knee pad but they don't come with it so I'm using the pad from the Ironworkers. If you compare these to Speed and Strength - Run with the bulls jean the SSRWTB fit better (actually the best on/off/riding fit I have found for 6'2 average/athletic male is the SSRWTB) But 4D has better denim and protection. Also I haven't fully broken them in yet so a wash/stretch/hang dry they actually might be perfect.<br><br>All in all these are very stylish and if you are a competent commuter rider going to work or going over a buddies house from time to time these are good. You can wear these in southern California summer/winter no problem, even the "chill" effect from day to night is okay. Most people would not know these are riding jeans.
February 24, 2015
Ride:
2011 Ducati Monster 796
Stylish riding jeans
I bought these for my husband and he's small framed and these were perfect! The legs are a slimmer cut so they're not all baggy and they look like a stylish pair of jeans. These are well made and worth the money. I ordered a size 29 for him and he weighs about 135 lbs
July 2, 2015
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Great choice for casual riding.
I bought these for casual riding, when I want to have some protection but not look like a power ranger. For low-speed or city riding, I'd say these do their job perfectly. Be aware that the the kevlar lining stops below the knee, so your shins have no protection. These are a solid boot cut, so I wear them over my riding boots and they look ok. The dainese knee armor fits well and is barely noticeable, but I wouldn't rely on it for protection over city speeds. The liner/knee armor makes these very warm, and they really don't vent well through the liner. If it's over 80 degrees, I usually switch to my dedicated riding pants or get prepared to sweat. Also the photos make it look like there is no stitching at the knee, but there are seams on the left and right side that stop before the middle. They're discrete, but they are definitely there. Otherwise they fit very true to the size chart, are very comfortable, and look stylish enought to go out in. And the build quality is top notch.
June 1, 2015
Ride:
1974 Honda CB450K
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Solid, well-built and nice-fitting jeans
I'm extremely happy with this pair due to the quality of the threads, the denim fabric itself and its color. They feel thick but not uncomfortable, and it's very difficult at all to tell that they are riding jeans. They have a nicer cut than many non-riding jeans. The optional pads which come with them are thin and lightweight, so you'll also barely notice they are there once you install them. They are definitely geared more for style than protection. Overall, the jeans themselves are great, and it's nice that they have an insertable knee pad pocket, though the pads themselves could be a bit more heavy-duty, but that's a separate review.
December 15, 2014
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Affordable with decent everyday protection
BGold on Apr 18, 2017
I wanted riding pants
gbose on Mar 11, 2016
Affordable with decent everyday protection
BGold on Apr 18, 2017
quality and fit
Alastair J on Oct 1, 2016
I wanted riding pants
gbose on Mar 11, 2016
decent price, subtle appearance.
LilSuzi on Jan 3, 2016
Because I don't wear leathers when I moto to work. This adds an amount of protection with jeans.
Scott B on Oct 11, 2015
My son asked for Dainese jeans
Diane S on Nov 26, 2014
The appearance and the brand
Matt A on Nov 17, 2014
Requested by my son as a gift for his birthday.
Linda B on Aug 20, 2014
Kevlar, Knee pads, fit, Dianese quality
Sean C on Jul 19, 2014
wanted less conspicuous riding jeans. not a fan of the baggy look or the seams above the knee and on the rear thigh.
Ty R on May 18, 2014
quality and fit
Alastair J on Oct 1, 2016
decent price, subtle appearance.
LilSuzi on Jan 3, 2016
Two questions:

1) Does this come with the proshape knee protection or does that need to be bought separately?
2) How does the sizing selector work? It seems that I can only select one size, which I assume is the waist size. How do I select or kno what the length is? I'm a 36/34 so if I select a 36 waist, what length am I getting?
A shopper on Aug 27, 2014
BEST ANSWER: You have to buy the knee protection separately. The jeans have Kevlar reinforced pockets sewn into the knees and hips so they'll protect you better than a regular pair of jeans from Kmart even if you don't use any additional protective inserts.

The length for all waist sizes is 34 (so that they can be tailored or cuffed) but in your case they should be ready to wear straight out of the box.
Do these jeans have a button fly or a zipper fly?
A shopper on Oct 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Button fly. I found the waist to be at least 2" larger than the stated size. My girlfriend and I each bought a pair and it was the same for both of us. And the waist didn't shrink when washed (but the rest of the pants seemed to...)
does the pants have hip pockets for armor?
A shopper on Mar 12, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately, I do not see any pockets on my for hip armour. The only pockets I saw were those for knee protectors.
Are the jeans in the video the black or the blue? Anthony says something about medium blue? but they look black.
Jorge D on Mar 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The jeans in the video are the black colored version.
I've seen these jeans in black, but everywhere I look, they're backordered. Is the black option new?
Kyle S on Mar 13, 2015
BEST ANSWER: FWIW I order the Scorpion Covert Jeans and returned them promptly. They were very heavy (good or bad depending on your perspective) and nice and neutral looking, but they were far too baggy through the thighs for me. I normally wear slim fit (not skinny) jeans. Good luck
Will The D30 armor work with these jeans? I know the proshape is recommended but I trying to use what I already have. Thanks
Naeem J on Mar 11, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Sorry I didn't read your question, honestly I'm not sure. I haven't purchase the knee armor as of yet.
Do these jeans have pockets for the hip protectors??
Christian L on Feb 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: THE HIP PROTECTORS ARE HELD IN PLACE BY A STRIP OF VELCRO.THIS STRIP IS INCORPORATED IN THE SEAMS OF WAIST BAND. I HAVE NOT HAD THEM SHIFT OR COME LOOSE.
Does anyone wear this with the Dainese Knee V E1 N Guards? Is it comfortable?
Garrett H on Jan 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I WEAR THEM......I LAY THEM IN THE SUN...OR THROW THEM INTO THE DRYER FOR A FEW MINUTES TO GET THEM PLIABLE. ..ONCE I PUT ON THE JEANS I MOLD THE KNEE GUARDS TO MY KNEES.....I LIKE THE IDEA OF A LITTLE EXTRA PROTECTION OVER MY KNEES.
I ordered the 31"x34". The inseam is perfect but the waist is too large. Does size 30 also have a 34" inseam — in other words, is the "30" a "30x34"?
Leif S on Oct 31, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I bought a 33x34. My waist measurement is 33 inches and it is a perfect fit in terms of waist and length.
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