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If You Must Wear Jeans
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If You Must Wear Jeans

There are times when you want to take your date out on your motorcycle and a pair of riding pants or chaps just won’t work. Instead, you have opted to use your favorite pair of Levi’s for the ride. However, Levi’s, or other regular street jeans, are the worst jeans you could wear on a motorcycle. The jeans can’t protect you from an accident when you go sliding down the asphalt. 

Street jeans just don’t have the fiber density or strength to withstand a slide down the pavement at street speeds, let alone highway speeds. Street jeans only use one layer of denim or dungarees cotton fiber. Therefore, the stitching, strength, and quality of the material can rip to shreds during an accident. 

Under Pants Protection

If your Levi’s are a must when you ride your bike, then it is necessary that you use another layer of protection in case of an accident. Special motorcycle under pants add an extra protection layer to your jeans. The pants are cool and comfortable. They will protect you if your bike hits the pavement even if your outer layer of pants is a simple pair of street jeans. 

Over Pants Protection

It is possible to always wear your favorite pair of Levi’s when you ride your motorcycle as long as you wear a pair of motorcycle over pants. The over pants are specially designed to fit over any pair of jeans or other pants you are wearing. The over pants are made from abrasion-resistant material and offer you a reinforced layer of protection. You can easily slip the over pants on and off. 

Top Quality Motorcycle Jeans

  1. Rouser Jean: The jeans have an extra wide leg opening to make it easier to slide over your riding boots. Furthermore, the jeans protect you from abrasion because they use denim and Kevlar weave. The pants have longer inseams which help to protect you in a crouched position. The jeans also come with D30 knee pads that easily zips to the outer pocket at the knee.
  2. Ruste Tailored Motorcycle Jeans: If you can’t find the perfect pair of riding jeans in your local stores, try ordering online. The Ruste motorcycle jeans are made of Kevlar and Coolmax liner. Order your jeans online and add the extra protection of D30 armor to your hip and knee-protection pockets. When you wear these jeans, no one can tell they are specially tailored for your protection.
  3. Seth Killers Asphalt-Resistant Jeans: If you do a lot of high-speed riding then these are your jeans. The company has tested these jeans at speeds up to 70 mph. The jeans are made of 16% Kevlar weave to provide you full-length protection. However, these jeans don’t offer you D30 armor for hips and knees. But, the jeans are the most attractive pair of protection on the market today. 

In Conclusion: 

If you must wear jeans when you ride your motorcycle don’t wear just any jeans. However, if you love your Levi’s then you must protect yourself with either a pair of motorcycle under pants or motorcycle outer pants. Otherwise, buy a good pair of motorcycle jeans to protect you in case of an accident. When you are sliding down the asphalt you will be happy you did.


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    Very important information. I know people that received bad road burns that tore through jeans during an accident. Vote #4
  2. Ann Johnston
    Great information. I do have to admit that I sometime don't dress properly for a short ride around town. This is great to know about jeans and how important it is to get the right ones.
  3. Sarah Johnston
    Sarah Johnston
    I wish they had these jeans way back when my daughter first bought her motorcycle.
  4. Nita
    I just spend over 250 dollars on a pair of good motorcycle jeans for my husband to wear when he goes riding.
  5. Dakota
    Excellent information.


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