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post #1 of 6 Old 01-26-2010, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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riding jeans selection

here is a pretty good list of riding jeans:

Kevlar or Aramid Motorcycle Jeans - ADVrider

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if you need work worthy look:

Sliders® Kevlar Khaki 2.0 Riding Pants Sliders Competition Accessories

here is some info on Kevlar jeans: Welcome

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Thanks dude, I am looking at getting some jeans before spring. Good info.

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Thanks. Those hood jeans look pretty good.

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I wear Levi 501's

Have for decades, sure, they are not great when it comes to protection in a crash, but hey, they are my preferred jean.

Always have been, always will be.

I just wish they still made them in the states.......

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I'm leaning towards the Shift Lodown jeans. Good look, great price and Kevlar.

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