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REVIT Lombard Jeans

Using an unbeatable combination of Cordura, 12.5oz denim and Coolmax, the Lombard Jeans are a moto enthusiasts dream come true. The modern slim cut means you can leave those Levis 511's in your closet and suit up with a pair of technical riding jeans that are tough as nails and super comfortable on or off the bike. That rugged Cordura Denim exterior is lined with PWR | shield panels in the seat and knees and, together with the included Knox Lite armor, gives you solid protection in key areas. 

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: 12.5oz. Cordura Denim with Coolmax element
  • Lining: Polycotton plain weave
  • Protective Layer: PWR shield
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 50% cotton, 30% polyester, 20% polyamide
    • lining: 80% polyester, 20% cotton
    • protective layer: 100% Cordura
  • Protection: Knox Lite CE protection at the knees, prepared for Sas-Tec CE hip protectors (sold separately), PWR shield knit CE Certified level 1 protection layer at the seat and the knees, PWR yarn
  • Visibility: 3M Scotchlite reflection at turned up cuffs

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: Regular fit
  • Features: Zipper fly, comfort seat, triple needle stitching at side seams, safety stitching at inseam and comfort seat, moisture-wicking function by Coolmax element
  • Pockets: 5 jean pockets

Sizing Note: RevZilla has found that these pants fit generally 1/2-1 size larger in the waist than the size chart indicates, yet taper through the leg resulting in a tighter overall fit than a straight leg or boot cut jean. 

3.4 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3.5 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.6 / 5
Features
3.9 / 5
Comfort
3.4 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
3.5 / 5
Fit
Small
 
Large

REV'IT! Men's Textile/Mesh Pant Sizing

Sizing Notes!

Inseam for Short sizes are 2" shorter and inseam for Tall sizes are 2" longer than the regular sizes.

Size Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm)
SM 76-83 94-98 80-82
MD 84-89 98-103 80-83
LG 90-95 103-108 81-84
XL 96-102 109-114 83-86
2XL 103-110 115-120 84-87
3XL 111-117 121-125 86-89
4XL 118-123 126-130 87-90
5XL 124-129 131-135 88-90
6XL 130-135 136-140 88-90

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.
HP Hips Measure the circumference, from pelvic bone to pelvic bone, at the widest part of your hips below the waist.
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
Dark Blue / 32X34 1222608 Out of Stock

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3.4 / 5.0
46 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
3.5 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.7 / 5
Features
3.9 / 5
Comfort
3.4 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
3.5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Tightest jeans I have ever put on
I had really high hopes for these jeans. Here are my requirements for a riding jean:

1. Look like high quality, raw, heavy denim, normal jeans
2. Look fine off the bike, can wear to office, dinner, etc.
3. Protect me in a crash during commutes, weekend rides, etc.
4. Cost less than $350
5. Allow me to walk without knowing I have on a pair of tights

These jeans are really, really close to meeting all of the requirements. They miss number 5. These are the tightest jeans I have ever put on.

I'm 6'3" and 250lbs. The size 38x34 fit my waist just fine, and I even had plenty of room in the seat. It was my legs that didn't fit. They were skin tight the entire length of my leg, even to the ankle. They would not fit over boots, and would even fall behind the tongue of tennis shoes. For what it's worth, I have muscular quads and muscular calves. The actual definition of my quads and calves was visible in the silhouette of the denim. I struggled a lot to get them off of my legs.

The Revzilla review video confused me before I ordered. Raf in the video is obviously a smaller & thinner guy than me, but even in the relevant smaller size, the jeans fit him completely differently. Notice how he has room to bend his legs, there is some slack from mid-thigh to mid-shin. Then, they get super tight around his ankles.

Also, the description of the jeans says "Fit: Regular Fit". This is just not even remotely accurate. If you walked into Brooks Brothers or something and tried on a pair of regular fit jeans, they'd be extremely baggy in the thighs and shins. Again, in Levi's land that'd be a 501 or maybe a 505. Here, these are skinnier than a Levi's 511, which is Levi's skinny leg cut.

Possibly more amazing is that these are the regular fit, while the Rev'it Campo and Carnaby are even slimmer! The Rev'it Nelson jeans say they're the same cut, but in my opinion look bad with so many seams (e.g. on the front pockets).

If you are Raf's exact dimensions, or somehow have a 38 waist but weigh 200 pounds, and can handle the very small leg opening at the bottom, then these are great jeans. The quality was excellent. The armor was excellent. The stitching was perfect everywhere. The fabric was thick and stacks well on Raf. The pockets were sizable enough for a Google Nexus 5 in one, a wallet in another, and a knife in the coin pocket. That is, if the jeans aren't so tight in the front part of your upper thighs that you can fit flat items in the pockets.

Questions to ask yourself before buying:
- Muscular legs? Look elsewhere
- Need to wear boots underneath? Look elsewhere
- Bigger guy? Look elsewhere
- Don't want to look super hipster in the tightest jeans in San Francisco? Look elsewhere

What's sad is that this means there are essentially no fashionable and functional motorcycle jeans for less than $500. I want jeans like Tellason Denim, Levi's 514 Slim Fit for Brooks Brothers (made in USA, much better than Levi's you buy at Macy's or something), Lucky, 7 For All of Mankind, etc.

Find out for yourself the lack of options here. On Revzilla, go to Riding Gear > Pants, then click Denim on the left. Most of the results just look ridiculous (black patches, brand logos painted onto the front of the denim, random seams on the front & back of the legs, way too baggy, etc.)

This leaves two potential options for jeans that I've found:
- Rokker Original Raw ($500 on Revzilla)
- Maple Motorcycle Jeans ($405, not sold by Revzilla)

I cannot understand why I should have to pay that much money for motorcycle jeans. We're talking the same price as some leather one piece race suits on Revzilla!

I suspect the reason those manufacturers are charging so much is that at some point they realized that motorcycle apparel manufacturers absolutely suck at jean design.
November 27, 2013
Ride:
2008 Honda CBR600RR
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
1 / 5
Style
1 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
When Great Tech Goes Bad
I ignored the other reviewers describing these pants as tight in the legs and a diaper in the seat thinking these are just fat guys with no butt and purchased anyways. Rev'it has a long standing making some of the best looking gear on two wheels so why should this be different? Plus the tech sheet on this sounds like the holy grail of duel purpose (on/off the bike) jeans.

Unfortunately, the other reviewers were dead on. I will let the pictures speak for themselves. -Super tight in the legs (to the point where removing them with the pads in was stressful) and my big butt did nothing to fill out the seat. The knee pads are also squarely on shins.
June 29, 2014
Ride:
1999 BMW K1200RS
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
I prefer skinny jeans
I love these jeans. They are well made and very stylish. I usually wear tighter fitting jeans. If you like your jeans slimmer than give these a try.

The denim is heavy but breathes well. Very well built. I imagine they will last a long time. I bought the hip pads which fit perfectly. I really love the style of these jeans. I wear them without the pads all the time. There's a decent amount of stretch for comfort too.

The only negative is that the knee pads are very low. I sewed them higher in the pad bag. But they could be even higher. I have to pull the waist way up and bunch the knees when riding to be protected. Looks pretty silly when I'm not on the bike. I just pull everything a couple inches down when I'm off. It works though. I'm still happy.

I did my research and read a bunch of reviews beforehand. I'm a 34 waist, 34 Inseam in Levis 501. I bought a 34 waist and 36 Leg in the Lombard. I recommend actual waist and one or even two sizes up in the leg, for taller guys anyhow. The leg is just right with a single fold cuff when I'm off the bike and the jeans are riding a bit lower. When I'm riding the ankle rides high. I'm 6'2" 220 lbs.

I'll attach some pics
August 16, 2014
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
2 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Awesome pair of jeans -- potentially best of class -- completely ruined by terrible fit
I'm a 31 year old 5'10" male. Athletic build, generally wear pants in the 33/34" waist size, 32" length.

Fit on these jeans is baffling. I know Rev'It is a European company, but they've been selling motorcycle apparel in the US for a long time. No excuse not to get it right.

Size 34 waist in these jeans left me with way too much room in the waist (I could easily pull pants off without undoing waist button) and completely no room in legs. Skinny jean look isn't my thing, these jeans gotta go.

The worst part about it is that everything else about the jeans is absolutely awesome. Perfect compromise between protection, comfort and style for a pair of riding jeans. Certainly less protection than some dedicated MC pants, but they wouldn't catch a second glance off the bike when out with friends.

Please Rev'it, get your sizing right for non-hipster American males who just want a classically styled, understated pair of jeans!
March 25, 2016
Ride:
2009 BMW G650GS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great style and quality but the fit might not work for some.
I'm going to address what others have mentioned in their reviews. I normally wear a 34x32 Levi's 514 which I would not call a skinny jean but it's slimmer than a 501. I'm 5' 11' & 180 lbs. I ordered the same size and they are remarkably similar in cut to my Levi 514's (I layed them on top and compared). But when I put them on the waste is about an inch bigger. I don't know if they do this to leave room for hip pads or what. I could have kept this size and been comfortable but I'm pretty sure the slightly loose waste would bug me so I exchanged for 33x34. Going down one size meant that the legs are slightly narrower, which is ok for me but I could see it being an issue for someone with muscular legs. Mine are just average. I also prefer the couple other inches length for riding pants so these should be good.

I was able to just get the bottoms over my Dianese TRQ Tour boots. The went over a little easier on the 34 waist than the 33.

Finally there is a secondary pocket to raise the knee pads which brings it up 2" from the lower pocket. I have mine in there and I think it's going to be perfect for me. I'm injured so haven't been able to ride yet but I think they're going to be good. They also look great with the Revit flatbush jacket I bought.

In summary, I like these much better than my scorpion coverts which look and feel a bit like Dad jeans. Can't wait to wear them.

But if you have small hips, butt, plus muscular legs, these probably aren't going fit you too good.
September 1, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2014 Honda CBR500R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
2 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Saggy diaper w/bird legs
I want to love these pants; I really do. After reading what seemed like a glowing review on RideApart from Wes Siler - I was excited to get these suckers ordered. Despite taking NINE DAYS to get shipped, I ripped open the box with reckless abandon. Once on, I was supremely disappointed.

The waist is huge. I'm typically in smack dab in the middle of a 32-inch waist. These are much bigger. As such, the but sags like you have a full diaper, even with a belt. The legs are as skinny as I've seen them. Now, I'm all about the new tailored and fitted style of jeans. These are not - at least not for me.

As a very aggressive skier (40+ days/year) and and equally avid mountain biker and hiker, I have much more of an athletic legs, which don't seem to fit in these jeans all that well, both in the thighs and the calves

If you're of the TL;DR crowd - the fit is of a baggy butt, huge waist and skinny bird legs.

However, there are some really great things about these jeans. The included armor is quite nice and flexible. I dig it. The included pockets for optional hip pads is also really cool.

The material is of really high quality. In fact, it's pretty tech on how Rev'It has interwoven protection, denim and CoolMax all into one thread. The fit and finish of the assembly is top notch and the reflective stripe on the cuffs is a really nice touch. The denim wash is also really nice and dark. Very fashionable.

As someone who isn't that far out of the bell curve in terms of body and leg type, I wished these fit better.
May 9, 2014
Ride:
1976 Kawasaki KZ900/Z1
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Super tight jeans
The pants are great quality and excellent protection from the cordura liner. They also come with knee armor. The style also looks fashionable in the city. The denim is high quality and also has a slight lycra stretch to it.

This lead to its greatest problem. They are tight and hug my thighs. I purchased one size up from what I normally where in levis. The waist runs large, even for being one size up. The thighs are extremely skinny. Normally levis straight fit is great for me with some room to spare for comfort.

The fit in these jeans are more like levis skinny 511 jeans. They're wide in the hip and skinny in the thigh. My legs are pretty normal, not super athletic, and these make me look like I'm wearing women's tights.

I had high hopes for these jeans. They got all the pieces right, fashionable demin, skid protection without too much bulk, knee armor. Except for fit.

So if you're looking for tight pants and have very skinny legs, these would be good. Otherwise you'll probably end up returning them.
December 18, 2013
Ride:
2009 Yamaha FZ6R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Routee 66 trip
I bought these Jeans for use with my chaps on my route 66 trip which starts later this month. The fit and feel is good - will know better how they perform after the 5000 mile ride - hopefully will not test them on a slide!
May 4, 2015
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Best out there, but not perfect. Strange sizing.
I was looking for a pair of riding jeans that (a) had good abrasion protection; (b) were comfortable and cool; (c) had both hip and knee protectors, and (d) looked like a regular pair of dark-washed jeans. Surprisingly, these were one of only a couple pairs that fit all four criteria. The Dainese jeans all have their Pro Shape armor, which is very light, but seems awfully flimsy, even though it is CE rated. The Scorpion Covert Pro jeans look just as good as these, and have the same level of protection, but they have a full-length Kevlar liner, and seem really heavy and hot.

These jeans are the best of the lot, but they're not perfect. First, as the description states, the sizing runs REALLY large--I normally wear size 32 genes, which give me a little room to move. On me, the size 32 Revits were like a tent.

And with the hip armor the fit is a little weird. With hip armor installed, the size 31 jeans fit me well around the hips – snug enough, but still with some room to breathe – but the waist is still way too big. The size 30 jeans were pretty snug on the hips and thighs– like slim fit jeans -- and the addition of the knee armor made things a little tight in the legs.

In the end, the fit was a little strange for me to justify shelling out $270 for a pair of jeans. If I had to choose, I'd probably pick the size 31s, then go to a really good tailor to see about getting the waist taken in to fit.

Also, as other people pointed out, the knee armor seems to fit a little low, and it's not adjustable – you would need to get a tailor to move the knee pocket somehow.

On the upside, they are certainly stylish as far as riding jeans go – not very distinguishable from regular jeans unless you look hard. And, they're noticeably lighter than the Scorpions, and although I didn't take them riding, seem like they would be much cooler and more breathable on the bike.

In the end, I think we are still waiting for the manufacturers to come up with a pair of jeans that have solid protection (hip and knee armor, plus all over abrasion resistance), feel comfortable, and look and fit like normal jeans. I think these are about as close as you'll get.
August 1, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2004 Suzuki SV650
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
May only fit certain builds, but they fit mine very well
I was apprehensive about ordering these, as skinny jeans arent really my thing and some reviews have shown these as such. I am 5'10" 175 lbs and usually wear a 33"x30" in regular jeans. I ordered the 32"x32" and they fit perfectly. They are not "skinny jeans" on my frame at all. They are maybe a LITTLE tighter than what i usually wear but not by much. It makes sense to be a little tighter in the knees so it holds the knee pads where they need to be in the event of a get off. On the bike, the knee armor is at perfect height, the top of the pad is halfway down my knee when off the bike walking and doesnt interfere with movement at all. They are a little warmer than regular jeans (not drastically) but for the added protection I think it is a great trade off. My only complaint is that for this price, the hip armor really should be included.
June 8, 2015
Ride:
2007 Suzuki GS500F
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Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the REV'IT! Lombard Jeans Dark Blue / 32X34 [Demo - Good]? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.

Within the new REV'IT! technical riding jean line, the Lombard is one of the Apex Predators meaning one of the most technical jeans with the fullest features. Now, when we look at it, it's actually my favorite of the styles. It's a bit more of a classic design, a bit more retro. You could see it paired really nicely with a vintage-inspired cafe style leather jacket. Now if we look at it straight leg, you're going to see a cuff down towards the bottom but the key things before I get into the sizing are that it is a Cordura Denim so 12 ounce denim with actually Cordura in the weave which adds a dramatic amount of protection to it.

You also have on this jean along with the Campo, along with the Nelson, the Lombard is going to have the power shield in the hips, in the seat, behind the knees, so that you're going to have the ability to slide on this jean with the Cordura denim and get that full nearly four seconds of slide compare to a regular jean. The other nice touch about it is that it's going to have the COOLMAX interior lining too that wicks sweat away, keeps you cool. It's going to allow you to breath in the summer. Now the other thing that people don't realize too about riding jeans from REV'IT! is that most of the new collection is going to come with Knox CE level 1 armor that's fully removable.

It doesn't come in the jeans. It comes separate, but it is included in the price tag which is going to be north of that $250 range. Now, quick note on sizing, if you typically wear about a 33-32 inseam jean you will want to go with the 34x34 from REV'IT! Now, they are going to shrink a little bit, and they're a bit more of a slim Euro cut so you can see how these work on his body. I would consider him as a basic athletic build. 

The nice part of what REV'IT's done is with the detail on the cuffs. We have the right side cuff, this reflect the piping is actually six to 8 inches. So you have to take it to a tailor and hem it. You're gonna have the ability to hem this jean, no problem. And, again, I get all my riding jeans hemmed. But again it's a premium jean. You can get it hemmed and you saw the ability to flip the cuff and get that reflective panel.

Notice the seat. You're going to see the contrast style stitching. Again, classically style of jean. It's meant to look great on or off the bike with the technical features. And again, a quick shot of the front again you could see the REV'IT! embossed zipper or the buttons premium materials. That's one of the things that REV'IT! is known for. They put a lot of attention to details into a lot of the features on a product.