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Kevlar Motorcycle Jeans vs Blue Jeans

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Not bad. Draggin jeans has a much better video out there. This one is very strange at the beginning

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Cool

Having crashed in a pair of Draggin' Jeans and having them save my knee from major damage that would have included an ER visit and quite possibly skin grafts. I will swear by Draggin' Jeans as great protection for those of us who want to ride in Jeans.
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I had been curious about these jeans....good to hear a real life review.

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I gave up wearing them and went to leather or mesh

Just bulky and heavy when wet
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gave up and went to leather
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Looking to get Draggin Jeans, I have some cheap Icon Recon Jeans that are on the sub par level.
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I have a pair of Draggin Jeans and the only thing I don't like about them is the sizing. You'll need to go a size maybe 2 smaller than what you normally wear in jeans. Other than that, they're awesome
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I had a pair, then I got a 2 piece leather icon suit that I wear year round.
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