Draggin® Liners (Draggin® Shirt sold separately) are designed to give you great abrasion protection while still wearing your favorite pair of pants! These protective "long johns" utilize the same highly abrasion resistant material used in our Draggin'® Jeans, Jackets, and Shirts.
The unique mesh knit is made with 7.25 ounce per square yard DuPont™ KEVLAR® aramid fiber, which is comfortable, breathable, allows for excellent air circulation in Summer and layers well in the Winter to help insulate from the cold. Most importantly Draggin'® Liners have two layers of protective DuPont™ KEVLAR® aramid fiber at the knees, seat and hips for added protection.
Draggin'® Liners are constructed with an elastic waistband for comfort and elastic stirrups to accommodate different inseams and to prevent ride up.
Each pair of Draggin’® Liners is handmade in the USA!
Please note: The natural color of this protective fiber is canary yellow. Once exposed to sunlight it will deepen to a goldenrod shade. Slight variation in color (as well as the color change) is not only normal, but to be expected.
They are great! I thought the black shirt was going to be to small and stuff , almost sent it back to get the next size up , however I took a chance and wash it and it softened up and feels fine , I wear it as a under shirt no problem. Jim on 9th Mar 2017
I've been wearing draggin liners for 3 years now in all conditions for tens of thousands of miles. Under a pair of jeans this is the best protection I've found. And I would echo other reviews - they seem cool in hot weather and provide a bit of warmth in the cold - they never get clammy and air out nicely overnight if you ride and camp. Fortunately I haven't tested them - but, my riding partner went down at 60 mph in update New York right in front of me - jeans shredded - jacket shredded - helmet toast - draggin liners? - They kept his legs fully protected - no road rash and with the pad we also use - no bruises. I'm sold. Vince on 28th Jul 2016
These fit and feel great. Follow the sizing chart and you should not have an issue with the fit. I can now have several low cost jeans for riding while still having the peace of mind protection you would get from higher dollar pairs of riding jeans, This way I can ride more often without braking the bank to have several jeans available.
They are comfortable, soft and breathable. Even in the current heat they do not add too much to warmth as its already bloody hot.
Don't worry about the color as no one is going to see them while your riding. The peace of mind of having on some great protection gear definitely overrides the aesthetic fashion concerns. Ken on 17th Jul 2016
I bought these liners to provide primary protection underneath jeans for riding. Well, I took a spill and needed the protection, and they performed excellently. I have no road rash as none of my skin was exposed to the pavement, even though I took a spill at 45-50 MPH.
From a comfort standpoint, these are actually more comfortable than you may think. The knit fabric acts like a mesh, and allows air to flow right through them in the summer. During the winter, if you wear windbreaker overpants on top, they act as a great insulator.
Lastly, although I was skeptical of using Velcro to attach the Sas-tec knee pads, they worked really well, and the jeans on top helped to keep the knee protector in place, which also protected my knees.
This is a great way to be able to use any jeans while riding! Brad on 8th Dec 2015
Purchased these to wear under my Kevlar Jeans on the commute to work and leathers for the track in Southern CA. The strap at the bottom is a great feature so they don't ride up your leg. They are not too hot like wool and simply put another layer of protection between you and the road. They are a highly logical choice if you take the time to review the properties of Kevlar and wear the proper safety gear.
Jeff 2013 ZX6R on 26th Mar 2014
Hi, I got the underpants and undershirt and relax fit jeans with the armor. All are excellent and with the whole kit you will not feel like the Michelin Man. I recommend all. The armor is good too. Ride On! Steve Miller on 25th Jan 2014