Can Kevlar jeans protect you as well as leather riding pants can?
maybe you are right but as per my research and other people's opinion, the Kevlar line jeans is best because it's protecting you when you are riding a bike and it's also reinforcement and you can easily move anywhere.No.
The jeans provide some protection, but they are not as protective as leather. They are looser and will ride-up in a slide and tear much easier. They are not as thick and typically don't have any padding/impact protection. They are better than normal jeans and shorts of course, and do well for everyday riding. But don't wear them under the illusion that you're actually protected. Leather is the best.
I would question your "research" and what people you talked to in regards to that. It sounds like you talked to a marketing guy trying to sell you some jeans. Or maybe you talked to a PETA member who is trying to save all the cows. Maybe it was even a fashion designer who doesn't like the like of leather in the Starbucks. Who knows. Either way, I'd say they were wrong and my initial response still stands.maybe you are right but as per my research and other people's opinion, the Kevlar line jeans is best because it's protecting you when you are riding a bike and it's also reinforcement and you can easily move anywhere.
yes, I have research Resurgence brand jeans is a good material you can also check EndoGear it has also a good Kevlar lined jeans at the lowest prices.and its abrasion-resistance time it's almost 9 second but it's Kevlar layer is more thick.I did some research prior to buying armored/lined jeans and I currently have 2 pairs. I'm pretty happy with my Resurgence brand jeans. Not all lined jeans are the same since some have more liner coverage and armor than others. If you dig around on YouTube you can see Kevlar in action as some people review the abrasion resistance by testing various materials. In all cases that I saw leather outperformed Kevlar.
My take on them is that they're best suited for daily wear when leather is simply too impractical but I definitely feel a lot safer in my leathers.
that's good always wear motorcycle safety gear when you are riding a motorcycle.I think some makes are better than others and would be OK in a minor off, but I'd sooner trust leather for greater protection. I used to be ATGATT but since trying Hood Jeans I've changed my opinion and find these so much more comfortable to wear with a leather jacket, for short , local rides, but never for serious riding. I have the hip and knee protectors fitted though,
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