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#2829 PROTEKT Riding Jeans

Aerostich PROTEKT Jeans #2829

38 Review(s)

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$117.00
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Good Product - Some Comments Review by Robert
These are well-constructed jeans. I think the knee pad position is just fine - they ride in the appropriate place when in the riding position on the bike. The pads are the same as in my Roadcrafter suit, so I decided to try to just use the same pair, but that is a mistake. It is hard to get the pads in and out of the Roadcrafter, so a second set of pads is well worth the price. I am a little disappointed in the fit. I wear Levi style 501 in 36-32 so I ordered these in the same size and found the waist on the Protekt jeans pretty snug. Also, while the protekt jeans are a good length for riding, my inseam is actually a 31, so I think these Protekt jeans run a little bit on the small side. With repeated wearings they have broken in a bit, but take this in to account if you are "between sizes" and size UP.
(Posted on 5/10/11)
Kneepads do not cover the knees Review by tom
Very high quality jeans with one exception, the "knee pads" sit on top of my thighs instead of on my knees. And since I washed them (they are like jeans 20 yrs ago - stiff until washed), they are not returnable. After paying $130, I have to sell them on ebay to recoup some of my loss. (Posted on 5/9/11)
A good start on a potentially great pant Review by Ruger
These jeans would be great with a few more features added. I won't name names but there's another US company making riding jeans which use Kevlar, a Diamond Gusset crotch, and add a leg pocket, a very secure "D" ring and velcro cuff closures for about the same price. And they come in black.

No knee pockets but then strap-on knee and shin protection worn under the pants is far more effective than a floating pad which would probably end up twisted around the side of the knee in a fall.

With a few more features these jeans could really be called riding jeans.
(Posted on 5/6/11)
I can't even try them Review by VintageDirt
Why don't you offer 34-36? In fact non of the lengths don't go above 34. (Posted on 5/6/11)
Wish I could get a pair Review by Tallboy
I would really like to buy a pair of these but like everything else in america they are made for folks on the chunkey side. I believe in evolution and as a species we are getting taller. So, if you want to market to the future of motorcycle riders maybe you should offer a 34 waist 37 inseam? Please? Maybe call it the Protekt Svelte? Or just Skinny Punk Jeans? I don't care.... (Posted on 5/5/11)
Great, innovative, fantastic Review by D.W.
Absolutely love these riding jeans. You can't go wrong with them. Every where I go, I get stares, questions, and complements in regards to these. The one knock on this is that I can't get the knee pads to stay where I want to at times. But the ability to wear decent looking jeans, that are comfortable, protective, and durable you can't go wrong. (Posted on 12/2/10)
Aerostich Customer Service Review by customerservice
The design has been revised and the knee pads are now lower.
Aerostich Customer Service. (Posted on 10/5/10)
Knee pad palcement sucks Review by Normal Legs
The knee pads are WAY ouf of position - more like thigh pads. Aerostitch, did you consult a set of anthropometric tables or just eyeball it. It's a shame because they are great pants otherwise. (Posted on 9/21/10)
Aerostich Customer Service Review by customerservice
The design has been revised and the knee pads are now lower.
Aerostich Customer Service. (Posted on 9/3/10)
Same as the others Review by Joe
Have to repeat what many of the others experienced. The pads ride high when riding. I have a VStrom and FZ1 and on both find the pads out of position. This is a puzzle as I don't have the problem with my Roadcrafter II. I also agree they run large. I got a 34" length figuring they would shrink up, but even with hot water and high dry, I have to hem them. Last issue I have is that because they are loose, the 5-loop design feels inadequate for the belt vs a 7-loop. On the plus side, I love having a set of jeans I can run quick errands on and not have to crawl into and out of my Roadcrafter, while still having some protection for my knee caps. (Posted on 8/13/10)

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