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Old 06-15-2017, 02:25 AM   #1
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Motorcycle Jeans

I'm trying to look for some motorcycle jeans that are of value for money. Where do you guys usually get them? Does the size actually fit you well? I heard from my friends that they got some pretty good Dainese jeans but the waist cutting is just off.

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I'm trying to look for some motorcycle jeans that are of value for money. Where do you guys usually get them? Does the size actually fit you well? I heard from my friends that they got some pretty good Dainese jeans but the waist cutting is just off.

P.S. New adventurous rider here.
Depends on your location. If there is a nearby cycle gear they usually have a basic collection of gear. Chaparral Motorsports is pretty massive. As far as riding gear tho in general I would definitely try stuff on in person. All brands fit differently in different sizes.

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I recommend the knox riding jeans, great protection! But it's been on sale for a while on sportbike track gear so not sure if there's any thats left (It was going for $100!).

Another pair that seems to offer similar type of protection (but a lot more expensive) are the revit line.

Your local cycle gear should have some other brands and maybe even dainese or revit, but it's really hit or miss whether they'll have in stock or not.
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Depends on your location. If there is a nearby cycle gear they usually have a basic collection of gear. Chaparral Motorsports is pretty massive. As far as riding gear tho in general I would definitely try stuff on in person. All brands fit differently in different sizes.

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I think i might showroom some cycle stores if i can find them nearby. I thought maybe I could get them online since it's cheaper. Any reliable sites to recommend?
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I recommend the knox riding jeans, great protection! But it's been on sale for a while on sportbike track gear so not sure if there's any thats left (It was going for $100!).

Another pair that seems to offer similar type of protection (but a lot more expensive) are the revit line.

Your local cycle gear should have some other brands and maybe even dainese or revit, but it's really hit or miss whether they'll have in stock or not.
Sounds like a bargain to me. Haha. Would definitely want to try them on. I havent got a chance to find any cycle gear store this weekend. Just curious, Do Dainese and revit jeans get stock out very often?
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Sounds like a bargain to me. Haha. Would definitely want to try them on. I havent got a chance to find any cycle gear store this weekend. Just curious, Do Dainese and revit jeans get stock out very often?
Last time I was at a cyclegear, I did see some revit jeans.. Dainese is rare. I'm thinking for hte most part, their stock might be from local returns.
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