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In 2007, a 32 kilometer tether connected a satellite orbiting Earth to a capsule set to reenter the atmosphere at a predetermined trajectory. This tether was made of an ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fiber called Dyneema.

“Space exploration is nice, but what about motorcycle riders?” thought the folks at Drayko Motorcycle Jeans. So, they decided to weave Dyneema and Military Grade Kevlar together to get the world’s toughest and first CE-rated riding jeans. We think that’s pretty neat, so we are pleased to carry a full size run of men’s and women’s Drayko Riding Jeans.

Drayko’s unique woven blend of Dyneema and Kevlar creates a riding jean with an unmatched weight-to-strength ratio, and Drayko Jeans meet and exceed the CE requirement for burst, tear, and road abrasion resistance.

What’s Dyneema?

Dyneema has an abrasion resistance much higher than many carbon steel...

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In 2007, a 32 kilometer tether connected a satellite orbiting Earth to a capsule set to reenter the atmosphere at a predetermined trajectory. This tether was made of an ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene fiber called Dyneema.

“Space exploration is nice, but what about motorcycle riders?” thought the folks at Drayko Motorcycle Jeans. So, they decided to weave Dyneema and Military Grade Kevlar together to get the world’s toughest and first CE-rated riding jeans. We think that’s pretty neat, so we are pleased to carry a full size run of men’s and women’s Drayko Riding Jeans.

Drayko’s unique woven blend of Dyneema and Kevlar creates a riding jean with an unmatched weight-to-strength ratio, and Drayko Jeans meet and exceed the CE requirement for burst, tear, and road abrasion resistance.

What’s Dyneema?

Dyneema has an abrasion resistance much higher than many carbon steel metals and a yield strength equal to high-strength steel; Drayko says their blend is ten times stronger than steel. Other riding jeans have their inferior Kevlar panels only on the knees and rear area, but Drayko’s Kevlar/Dyneema protection panels line a larger area which includes the sides of the legs.

Why Riding Jeans?

Reinforced riding jeans are a comfortable alternative to a fully armored leather or textile riding pant, and these jeans look fantastic as well. If getting suited up isn’t always on your agenda, these jeans are a casual-looking and comfortable way to get protection you can wear all day long.

Try on a huge selection of jeans at Road Rider! We have over ten models of jeans, spanning a variety of brands, with and without armor pockets.

 
 
 
 

Specs

  • Made with a knitted blend of Military Grade Kevlar and Dyneema
  • Withstand road abrasion for a minimum of 4.4 seconds, exceeding CE standards
  • Provide twice the road abrasion resistance of other top brands, and almost three times that of many brands of riding jeans
  • Protective panels line the jeans in more coverage areas, including the sides of the legs
  • Soft, breathable, and flexible
  • Comfortable, relaxed rider’s fit
  • Price: $169.95-$189.95

Options

Women’s Drift

  • Low-rise, relaxed fit jean available in a distressed blue denim
  • Available in Indigo
  • Waist sizes 4-12

Men’s Renegade

  • Relaxed fit, regular waist jean with a slight boot cut for riders
  • Available in Black or Indigo
  • Waist sizes 28 to 44 with 34” inseam

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