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Rokker Chinos

Rokker set a new standard with their 100% Schoeller-Dynatec riding jeans and now they are poised to give commuting crowd something to celebrate with the Rokker Riding Chinos. These plain front pants pack a wallop, constructed with 100% Schoeller-Dynatec and reinforced with Schoeller-Dynatec armor pockets at the knees and hips. The Schoeller-Dynatec material not only provides a high level of abrasion resistance, but also helps keep out wind and water, making these chinos the ultimate business casual commuter pant.

All you need to complete the look is a Rokker Black Jacket and a dress shirt and you'll be taking the office and the road by storm with unrelenting style without sacrificing protection or comfort. The NanoSphere and Coldblack finish helps repel dirt, water and heat, keeping these chinos cooler and cleaner. If you are in search of a classy pant that blends seamlessly with your work wardrobe, the Rokker Riding Chinos will leave your Dockers in the dust. 

Features:

  • Classic, slim fit chino with zipper fly
  • Outer material made of 100% Schoeller-Dynatec (non abrasive, water repellent, wind resistant)
  • Mesh liner
  • Armor pockets at the hips and knees are made of 100 % Schoeller-Dynatec (armor sold separately)
  • Coldblack finishing technology reflects heat and UV-rays
  • NanoSphere finishing technology increases the water and dirt repelling properties
  • Constructed without rivets which could scratch your bike
  • Easy care (washable at 40° C and ironing after wash increases the water repellency)
  • Ships with a Rokker t-shirt
4.3 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3.4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.5 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
4.7 / 5
Air Flow
3.8 / 5
Fit
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Rokker Men's Pant Sizing

Waist Size Hips (cm)
29 68-74
30 72-78
31 76-83
32 82-86
33 84-90
34 88-94
36 92-97
38 95-100
40 98-106
42 104-112
44 110-118

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

How To Measure

HP Hips Measure the circumference, from pelvic bone to pelvic bone, at the widest part of your hips below the waist.
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4.3 / 5.0
13 Reviews
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Bang For The Buck
3.4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.5 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
4.7 / 5
Air Flow
3.8 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Solid riding pants if you can afford them
Fair warning, this will probably be one of those obnoxiously long reviews, but I imagine if you are considering these pants you probably want all the info you can get.

Short version: awesome pants if you can afford them.

To be honest, I was hoping one of you guys would part with your $$$ first so I could read that review, but not surprisingly not too many people want to lay down this kind of cash for glorified dockers.
I also own the Rokker original raw jeans (32x34), so I'll probably make some comparisons with those as well in this review.

Fit: I'm 5'9" and 156 lbs and I have the 32x34 chinos. I wear a 32x32 in Levi's 514s and most other pants. I got the chinos hemmed to a roughly 32" length and they now fit great. But you should probably take that extra $ into account if you don't have a 34" inseam or a sweatshop in your basement.

The schoeller dynatec material that the pants are made out of has quite a bit of stretch built in. This is always nice in a Moto pant but especially nice for me when I'm throwing my shortish leg over my v-strom 650. And the stretch seems to make the pants more comfortable everywhere. As far as Moto pants go, especially off of the bike, these are the most comfortable I have found.

The chinos are MUCH slimmer than the Rokker jeans. Although I imagine the Rokker original raw jeans are on the looser side of the equation for most riding jeans. But at least with the jeans you don't have to hem them if you are comfortable turning up the cuff.

The chinos are quite fitted. Certainly not skinny-jeans tight, but I didn't even dream of trying to get them over my A* SMX + boots. I own a pair of Dainese Torque RS ins, and they fit very nicely over those. You could probably, just maybe, barely, squeeze them over a pair of SIDI canyons or similar, but they are quite slim at the bottom and aren't going to fit over much other than the Dainese ins or riding sneakers comfortably.

Style: I'm not a fan of regular docker style pants, but the combination of the cut of these pants, combined with the thick nature of the Schoeller Dynatec material actually makes them look and feel a lot more like a pair of Dickies. The material feels very substantial, and unless Anthony is in on the conspiracy, it should prove its worth if I'm ever sliding across the Tarmac rubber side up.

Vertical front pockets on a moto pant aren't great but at least Rokker adds an inner zippered pocket inset in the right side front pocket. This way you can actually secure the small amount of cash you might have left after buying the pants. It's a nice touch.

The entire inside of the pant is lined in mesh. I've only ridden it in about 65deg weather so far, so I don't know if it will help in the summer, but I imagine it will. On the freeway at 70mph the material does a good job of blocking most of the wind. I wouldn't call them totally wind-proof, but my legs certainly weren't feeling much wind at all or getting chilly after an hour long ride on the freeway.

Armor: I used the same D30 hip and knee armor that came free with the Rokker Jeans, so saved myself the extra $ there which was nice. Although the knee armor is such a hassel to adjust and re-adjust in the jeans, I may order another set.

The knee armor pocket in the chinos is a huge improvement over the armor pocket in the jeans. In the chinos, it is a separate zippered pocket on the inside of the pants. And the real beauty of this system is that you can turn the pants completely inside out and then see where you are putting the knee armor. Once you have attached the two Velcro spots on the D30 armor where you want them, you can just zip up the zipper pocket and then turn the pants back right side out. The D30 armor is super flexible so it works to bend it over.

If that sounds weird, you'll just have to trust me that it works. And for those of you who have fought valiantly to position and re-position the knee armor in the Rokker jeans, you will appreciate the better chino knee armor pocket even more.
All that being said, getting the knee armor into the chinos still isn't exactly a picnic, but it's way better than doing it with the jeans.

The hip armor slips perfectly into its hip pocket and is truly barely noticeable on or off the bike. And that goes for the rider or anyone else. The knee armor is certainly a little more noticeable, but the fact that the pants are black and the armor is flexible make it less of an issue. And the pants aren't so tight that the armor is constantly "printing" through the fabric unless you are sitting down.

Value: for what these pants cost they should certainly come with armor. Unfortunately they do not, which obviously sucks. Other than that, value is so subjective, I'll just leave it at that.

Well there you have it. I am definitely glad I own these pants. So far they seem to be the best combination of acceptably protective material combined with comfort and inoffensive looks. I hope this helps. Cheers

P.S. Revzilla rocks, the video reviews are amazing, and this last bit isn't commentary on Revzilla. But if you could pass it along to Rokker that I think most of us buying this stuff could have done without the wooden box and the t-shirt that the pants come with. Tell Rokker most riders would happily trade them for some included D30 armor. Thanks!!
February 27, 2015
Ride:
2012 Suzuki DL650 V-Strom
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
More good than bad
As another person said - did I really just spend $500 on pants? I had these sitting on a hanger in my closet with the tags on them for the last month. I would try them on twice a week, trying to decide if it made sense to keep them or send them back. $500 is a good price for a high end moto jacket, not a pair of chinos. They ultimately made sense for me to keep, because I have very specific needs.

I was looking for a pair of pants I could wear for work purposes that would still offer good protection on the bike. I needed to be able to wear a tucked in, button down shirt and a sport coat with these pants and not have it look terribly unnatural. These pants check off that box pretty well, actually. That's not to say that these look as good up close as a pair of AG/Banana Republic/J Crew type chinos. They don't. At all. But from a distance of a few feet and beyond, they are close enough where nobody should really be able to tell. One poster said they are more like Dickie's than chinos. That's not entirely true, but not entirely inaccurate either.

I was also hoping to be able to wear these with my black moto boots and t shirt and look totally natural. This box is checked off pretty well too.

These pants are not a slam dunk for looking like your really cool, slim fit type, casual black, rock and roll pants. They are also not a slam dunk for looking like a nice chino you would wear to a work related networking/cocktail event either. But they are close enough on both counts that I decided to keep 'em.

I have a family at home that depends on me, so when I ride I am an ATGATT rider. I tried on the Dainese chinos at a local store. They had the look of a traditional chino down. The protection offered by those seemed awful, however. Small patches of protective material sewn into a pair of pants that would disintegrate on impact would probably not offer meaningful protection. And those are around $200.

So I kept these pants. Not because they are a good value. Not because they are great looking chinos or great looking black pants that fit the cafe/rock and roll moto vibe. They are pretenders in both categories, but they are close enough. They are great looking pants in their own right, but they definitely sit in no man's land as far as fashion/style is concerned. I kept these because they fit a need I have, and there is nothing else out there that I am aware of that offers what seems to be a great amount of protection.

A few additional thoughts, the wooden box these ship in is ridiculous. It's big, heavy and expensive. This is such a waste. Also, it comes with a free t-shirt (which I show in a pic) that is styled like a 5 year old affliction t-shirt. Not my thing. Please ditch the box and the t shirt and include the armor instead. I get they are trying to demonstrate how "premium" their pants are, but this is such a non customer-centric decision. Also, the fit and finish of these pants is actually very good. It's just the material that makes these pants unusual. Lastly, I modeled what these pants can look like in a "professional' setting with a typical work outfit, including some tan wing tip boots I ride occasionally as well as a more traditional moto look with cafe style boots and a t-shirt. For reference I am 6'3 and 155lbs wearing a size 30x34
April 28, 2016
Ride:
2014 Harley Davidson Sportster Forty-Eight XL1200X
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
I like them, but...
I really like the design and overall concept of these. But as the price is steep, I wish they had worked out a few more little things.

The fit as someone else said is very Dickies-like. Some reviews have them coming out as slim, but not on me. They have a high rise, that's for sure. Very nicely tailored, and well made. Look like pants, what else can one say.

Issues: the zippered inner pocket only on one side? It's so essential that I think it should be on both sides. The left pocket will dump whatever you put in there. Also, and this goes for all pants everywhere: Give me a phone pocket. Right side, please. Always.

And the biggest one: please somebody improve that awful athletic mesh! If you put the kneepads in (and they are well designed, no problems) you will get massive chaffing on your knees. I do some wrenching, kneel down a lot, and it's very painful after a while. At one point I couldn't wear these two days in a row. So, I will stitch in some other fabric there. Along with hemming them, this makes for a lot of additional modification for pants of this price point.

Still, I like them, so all is well.
May 3, 2016
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Did I really spend 500 on a pair of pants?
Neat fabric, seems really durable. Waist is true to size. I would call these a relaxed fit, all the pictures online make them look much slimmer.

The first time I took these off the inner mesh lining caught on my foot and ripped. Doh... For me the placement of the hip pads is not exactly on top of my hips, but maybe it will fit you better. I low sided and hit my hip bone on the ground.

I like how these can actually sit above the waist and have belt loops to keep them in place. So many pants have velcro elastic, and I feel like they could just pull down in a crash.

I have a 31 inch inseam and I got the 32, but I should have gotten 34. Just get the long ones and hem them if you want.

They are not very hot compared to leathers. I don't trust mesh gear.

This is a weird high tec fabric that beads up water, doesn't get hot, but feels and looks kinda like denim.

Honestly, the stitching is slightly questionable. the stitches are kind of "big" not really close together. I have faith in the fabric but I hope the seam doesn't blow out in a crash. I really wish these pants had some type of CE/EN certification because as it is these are $500 fashion pants, there is no evidence they will do anything in a crash.

I cant believe I spent this much on pants, but this seems like the only option in this style. I think that a fair price for these pants would be 300, but as motorcyclists we are used to paying out the ears.

As others have said it is totally unacceptable that these dont come with pads. Revzilla has a code to get free armor with the rokker jeans, but not the chinos. They come with some stupid box and a girly t-shirt instead.
March 17, 2016
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Amazing Product - A Must Have
Ok so first as always ill start with the bad- and thats the sizing. I am a 31 waist in every single pair of jeans on the market almost without fail and on these I had to go 2 sizes down to a 29 to even get the waist fit.

Now onto the good. These are everything you can want from moto jeans. I wore them in my very fashion forward office and no one noticed they weren't normal jeans, someone even complimented them.
The fit is on the fitted side if you get your size right and looks perfect over a pair of boots.

And the knee armor is a must, it gives you a whole new level of confidence especially when practicing those complicated slow maneuvers where you might wobble over etc.

They are very thick and heavy but breathe really nicely (i feel the moto heat from engine but much less harsh than normal jeans) and supposedly the dynatech layer is better than Kevlar but hoping I never have to write a review having "tested" that.

All in all, if you need a top of the line protection jeans that you can walk into an office meeting or event these are them. The black is perfect and still have a great jeans look and feel.

Thank god for revzillas return policy ! Went through the 31, 30 and finally settled on the 29.
Do one or two sizes down and you're set (the waist might be a little larger to accommodate the hip armor but even in your size the hip armor will fit no problem.

Happy Riding.
April 16, 2015
Ride:
2002 Honda VT750C/CD Shadow ACE
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Amazing product - pricey but worth it
I have been looking for a riding jean to wear on day trips when I don't feel like wearing my REV'IT Defender GTX pants. I ordered several Dianese and Rokker pants. I chose these based on style, fit, comfort, and safety. The wear a 32x34 Levi's 511. I originally ordered a 32x34 Rokker chino but then returned them for a 32x36. I wear a mid height riding boot and don't like the pants riding over the top of boot. I ride a BMW GS so the upright riding position tends to make my pants ride up. I also ordered the D30 knee protectors.

I just returned from a 600 mile weekend ride. These pants were extremely comfortable. Temperatures varied from low 50's to low 80's. The pants breathed great and I never felt hot. Other than the D30 knee protection - they feel as comfortable as everyday jeans.

The D30 knee pads stayed in place using there velcro pads. Occasionally the back of knee pad would rub the pants liner and become a little uncomfortable on my knees.

If you have the money to invest in the these - you won't be disappointed.
June 7, 2015
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Ride:
2014 BMW F700GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Excellent product.
Surprised product fit perfectly after following suggested pre-purchase measurement video.
The knee pads rubbed the top of my knees irritatingly the first day of wear at work. I found the coin pocket convenient for my use and surprised by the zippered double right hand front pocket. The pockets are all deep and large,hindered only slightly by the hip pads in front. Also,when hands drop to side the they bump off the hip pads,something I'll happily get used to for the protection they provide.
I wrote excellent for protection and durability even though I've just received the jeans.They feel heavy and substantial and I just feel more confidant in them than my cotton Dockers style work pant of which I already know has the abrasion resistance of toilet paper.
The fit is snug,not so much that it locks the knee pads in place and,very comfortable due to the smooth liner.
I purchased these for protective pants w/armor to go with my Joe Rocket Repsol jacket w/the same exact armor,for specific use while riding my Honda Fury vs riding Power Ranger style with gear from my Repsol SP.
I hope to purchase a weeks worth for daily use after proving out this first pair.
Although expensive,I consider them cheap after getting up from an accident and walking away.My insurance company thinks so too.They'd happily replace $500 jeans versus a $100.000 dollar hospital stay.
Are they worth it? Only time will tell. After the initial purchase price hurdle,only time will tell. I like them now.
December 6, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Expensive but amazing.
Got the armor with it. Muito caro! $$$ But does repell dirty/dust and water. Style and cut are spot on, looks like normal pants. The heat factor is better w the black tech. Looking to get more Rokker gear for sure w this kind of quality.
October 19, 2015
Ride:
2012 Vespa GTS 300 Super
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
The fit is like any other high end jean with the bonus if the protection
Cant wait to buy another pair! Though, I haven't tested the protection aspect of the pants, I sure feel like they would stand up to the job! A+ on delivery as well, received them extremely fast.
January 19, 2016
Ride:
2013 Triumph Street Triple R
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Expensive, so-so comfort, good looks
I normally wear 34x32 pants, and that's the size I got these in. I also purchased the Rokker knee and hip armor. I'm 5'11" with a slim athletic build. Like most who get these, I wanted a riding pant that offered good abrasion and impact resistance but that would not stand out in a business or less casual setting, and there are not many choices on the market.

Bang fort the Buck: Unless I go down in these, I suppose I'll never realize the "full" value of these pants, but for $450 its still hard to say that these are a good value. If they included the armor, it would still be a hard argument to make. I wish that the Rev'it Alpha RF Chinos were available for me to purchase and compare. Two stars here. When I received my pair, they still came with a t-shirt (which isn't bad looking actually, I've worn and will continue to wear it) but instead of the wooden box folks complain about mine came with a drawstring backpack/pouch thing. I still could have done without it, but its at least somewhat functional, since its pretty beefy feeling with a nice thick fabric, thick strings and nice subdued black color.

Protection & Durability: With the armor, I'd give 5 stars here based only on the marketing material available for Dynatec and D3O armor. Hoping I never have to experience it first hand. The armor is definitely tricky to get put in correctly, lots of trial and error involved in getting them positioned right.

Features: Counting their casual appearance as a feature, these riding chinos have it all. Good slide protection, pockets for armor, belt loops, solid button/zipper hardware, slippery mesh liner. Only thing I wish Rokker would have found a way to work in is some sort of reflectivity, maybe at the bottom of the pant legs or back pockets. 4 stars.

Comfort: I personally find these to be a noticeably slim fit. There is nothing baggy about these at all, from the leg opening to the waist. I definitely feel constriction behind the knees when I kneel down (even without the knee armor), and I won't be able to fit anything bulky into the side pockets. In fact, I'm not sure what I'd put in the pockets at all other than a slim wallet as my cell phone definitely won't fit comfortably. Also the mesh liner does help with getting the pants off more easily, but its definitely scratchy.

Style: Good looking chinos, and its really hard to tell that you've got knee and hip armor from 5 feet away. Close up you can somewhat see the outlines of the armor but you'd have to be looking for them to really notice. I got the Sand color, and I think it looks sharp with a black leather jacket.
July 28, 2017
Purchased
2 weeks ago
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