Rust and Redemption™

ARMOURED JEANS

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Color
Blue
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  • The Speed and Strength® Rust and Redemption™ straight cut armored jeans are made from 12oz pre-distressed denim with the knee and seat reinforced by Dupont™ Kevlar® fiber thread. The jeans have an articulated knee for better flexibility and stretch panels at the knee and waist to allow for free movement.

    • 12oz. Pre-Distressed Denim
    • Removable Vault™ C.E. Approved Knee Armor
    • Knee and Seat Reinforced with Dupont™ Kevlar® Fiber Thread
    • Slim-Straight Fit
    • Articulated Knee with Stretch Panels at Knee and Waist
Rust and Redemption™

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M
09/07/2017
mitch
great pair of riding jeans

Got those last week and had the chance to wear them for my license test, they fit really great for me and they are really comfortable and I love the fact that it's really easy to remove the armour and that there's velcro so you can adjust the height so they sit perfect on your knees when your on the bike. They seem that they are protective and they look good, I took a size bigger and they are not baggy or skinny, just perfect. Plus I had 90% on my road test so they are my lucky pants now. I would totaly buy again, the only thing I would have added are pockets for hip protectors.

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05/12/2017
Tartosuc
Very tight

I have pretty much the same review as SiriuslyAndrew above...very tight fit, limiting movements a bit...go for 1 size up.

SR
10/22/2016
shadow r.
good value but ...

I got a pair of the run with the bulls jeans and I am happy with the quality of these. They are heavy duty and nothing has worn or come undone over an entire riding season. But ...The knee armour is hard to position and tends to ride up over the knee, but a pair of boot lace clips keeps them exactly where they need to be. Unfortunately thats $30 to fix something the manufacturer needs to address. As for the size, they are bigger than your standard jeans, I can actually wear shorts under them and take them off when I stop. I would also recommend getting a longer length than normal, they fit good while standing but the elastic thigh makes them ride up in the wind, which again is remedied with a pair of clips for the hem.

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04/19/2016
SiriuslyAndrew
The Rusty Parts, and It's Redemption!

Right off the bat, these pants look amazing! I feel so bad *** when I wear these pants. That's a beautiful part of wearing gear, looking great and feeling awesome at the same time - and you're protected! But There is a few rusty areas, mostly in regards to fit. Maybe I'm just a bit fat for them but I find there isn't a lot of allowance for movement. Try to do a squat and I feel like I'll blow out the crotch. They are T-I-G-H-T in that area. I'd say when I have them hiked up to nearly thong-style I can move my legs about 35-40 degrees apart. Not that great. And the knee armour is in a slightly awkward place, even after adjusting them meticulously to get them positioned to be most useful, they don't seem to sit low enough or outward enough. They like to sit towards the inner leg and above the knee, not on it. This could be a sizing issue on my part, but they are plenty long for my legs. They cover my boots at all times during riding and walking around so who knows. Now the Redemption. Honestly I don't have a lot to say to make them sound *better* per-se but with the way they are constructed I feel like I could trust them to keep my skin safe in a fall. The knee armor takes some adjusting but you can get it to an effective location as you sit on your bike before you depart. The belt loops fell sturdy-as f- and a jacket that also has belt loops makes you feel even more secure. Over all, I'd maybe try the looser looking fitting pants between the two but these --- Man I can't get over how great I look in them!

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