|The Comfort Classic Draggin’® Jeans are cut with a traditional straight leg and feature a larger coin pocket on the left side for ease of use on your motorcycle. The jeans are constructed with 12.5 ounce stretch denim and lined at the knee and backside with our famous knitted 13.5 ounce DuPont™ KEVLAR® aramid fiber lining. The lining in the Comfort line of our jeans is enhanced with Sta-Cool® Moisture Management Technology for softer, smoother, cooler Kevlar® fiber. The Comfort line also includes soft, cotton pockets at the knee and hip for the easy addition of our CE approved hip and knee Draggin Armor inserts.|
A NOTE ON SIZING: Our jeans are cut true to size. Your jeans probably are not. PLEASE refer to our notes on sizing by clicking here, and to the size chart below before purchasing. The best way to determine your own waist size is to button a pair of your jeans and measure the distance between the left and right sides of the waist band. Double that and you've got your waist measurement and the size Draggin’® Jeans that will fit you best. Your jeans may say they're a 46, but in all likelihood, they're actually a 48. Please check before buying.
Each pair of Draggin’® Jeans motorcycle jeans is handmade in the USA! They are pre-washed and pre-shrunk.
These jeans are absolutely amazing!!! I was hesitant at first because of price wise but man I am so glad I did. The jeans fit wonderful, look amazing, and the protection is perfect. I had an issue with my order with the hip armor not being in stock and the customer service was wonderful! They even gave me a free T shirt which I am rocking everywhere. Thank you for everything Draggin Jeans! Brandon on 6th May 2018
Purchased a pair at a show in Minneapolis and loved them so much i had to order another pair. Love that they're made in U.S. especially in MN. Good fit and durable. Thanks Draggin Unknown on 21st Apr 2018
First pair of "riding" specific jeans. After many reviews and searches I kept Draggin back here. They are super comfortable and the stretch denim makes riding the bike much better than the old Levis. Quite dark blue and hope they fade a bit to a more rustic look. Unknown on 4th Mar 2018
i have three pairs of Draggin Jeans that I bought about 12 years ago. Their still pretty good but I thought I needed a new pair because the older ones are a little frayed around the edges. But the new jeans feel like they're made thinner jean material. This and they cost twice as much. I'm really disappointed in my new Draggin Jeans.
Doug, if you purchased your Draggin's 12 years ago you would have paid 99.95 + sales tax. So about $105. Just accounting for general inflation, that would mean you should be paying $133.26 in 2018. Our older style jeans cost $129.95. So, in fact, our jeans have become cheaper over time. Comparing your new jeans to your old jeans, yes the denim is a little lighter 1.5 ounces to be exact. We went a little lighter in the jeans to allow for stretch and comfort. We also added pockets for armor and moisture-wicking technology. All to make the jeans more comfortable and versatile. Also, in the 12 years since you've purchased our jeans, 90% of the jean manufacturing in the US has ceased. Factories have closed. The oldest denim mill in the US closed this year and it has become increasingly difficult to make here in the US. However, we still do. We've found a new manufacturer and had to source denim where we can. All in all, we're proud of what we're making now and believe it to be a better, more affordable product than we've ever made. We really hope you enjoy them and give them the chance they deserve. Doug Graham on 19th Jan 2018
I bought these as a Christmas present for myself. After trying them on with the amour installed the jeans seem to very conforming for a comforting ride. I think they will add nicely to my safety and I hope I never have to test them. I did follow the waist measuring directions Draggin gives and found that it very close. The jeans are a litte large at the waist but they have not been washed yet. So far I am very happy with these jeans. Rex Croson on 17th Dec 2017