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Kevlar is dead (but cheap). It is too heavy and too hot. Try a modern pair of riding jeans that do not use Kevlar. We ride with Rokker jeans that look and feel like normal jeans but have even better protection than Kevlar. Our Rokker tech ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene core jeans have a 6-second slide time (regular jeans have 1/4 of a second time). Our Rokker Violator jeans have the same core but also a full Dynatec liner that is still breathable and way lighter than Kevlar and gives an 11-second slide time. We also added ce2 armor in the knees and hips, but you won't easily see that when wearing them.



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Kevlar is dead (but cheap). It is too heavy and too hot. Try a modern pair of riding jeans that do not use Kevlar. We ride with Rokker jeans that look and feel like normal jeans but have even better protection than Kevlar. Our Rokker tech ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene core jeans have a 6-second slide time (regular jeans have 1/4 of a second time). Our Rokker Violator jeans have the same core but also a full Dynatec liner that is still breathable and way lighter than Kevlar and gives an 11-second slide time. We also added ce2 armor in the knees and hips, but you won't easily see that when wearing them.



Jeans in action:

PW: DUCR3


PW: CJR
I have checked really it's quality so amazing and but the price is so high, i have found one Brand it's name is EndoGear it's products is Kevlar jeans and prices is low and abrasion-resistance time is 9 second.
 

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I have checked really it's quality so amazing and but the price is so high, i have found one Brand it's name is EndoGear it's products is Kevlar jeans and prices is low and abrasion-resistance time is 9 second.
Yeah, the price is high and it really depends on what you are looking for or willing to pay for. We tried on many different pairs (probably 10 different types including Kevlar), but we loved the way the Rokker feels like normal jeans. I wear them to work on Fridays and forget that I am even wearing riding jeans. Nobody even notices. The Kevlar jeans were way too heavy and way too hot for us, but they are much cheaper. We own five pairs of Rokkers between me and my wife, and we'll buy a few more this coming season. Sometimes you can find a closeout on Revzilla and get a pair for pretty cheap (relatively speaking).
 

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Yeah, the price is high and it really depends on what you are looking for or willing to pay for. We tried on many different pairs (probably 10 different types including Kevlar), but we loved the way the Rokker feels like normal jeans. I wear them to work on Fridays and forget that I am even wearing riding jeans. Nobody even notices. The Kevlar jeans were way too heavy and way too hot for us, but they are much cheaper. We own five pairs of Rokkers between me and my wife, and we'll buy a few more this coming season. Sometimes you can find a closeout on Revzilla and get a pair for pretty cheap (relatively speaking).
Revzilla is a big name it has so many brands, same like Dragging Jeans, and Tobaccomotowear and many others including EndoGear.
 
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