The Slim Fit Draggin’® Jeans are cut with a slightly tapered leg and feature a larger coin pocket on the left side for ease of use on your motorcycle. The jeans are constructed with 14.5 ounce denim and lined at the knee and backside with our famous knitted 13.5 ounce DuPont™ KEVLAR® aramid fiber lining. The protective lining extends from just below the belt loops to, well, just below your ass and extends across from hip seam to hip seam. The protective lining also covers your knee and wraps around the outside of the knee and shin.
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 are very comfortable jeans. The measurements on web site are true to the jeans fit, although the "slim fit" fit more like classic Jeans. I purchased those based of my measurements and they fit well, usually purchase regular fit jeans.
Only downside is they didn't come in black. Joe on 9th Sep 2016
Draggin' Jeans are solidly constructed riding jeans made with heavyweight yet pliable denim and significant Kevlar protection. This is my third pair of Draggin' Jeans, and I decided to go with the slim fit (since I lost a few lbs.). The length and waist are cut true to size, unlike most other brands. The slim fit was quite tight on me at first, but after the jeans break-in they conform better to your body yet are still a slim fitting riding pant. I will wear these with my sports bike and save the classic fit jeans for cruiser riding. If you want a high quality protective riding pant, you can't go wrong with Draggin' Jeans. Chris on 24th Oct 2015
Jeans fit great and are very comfortable. The slim fit eliminates any bagginess but they still have plenty of room to move comfortably. The denim and kevlar reinforced sections feel very sturdy. AJ on 11th Aug 2015
I ordered these pants just before a flight out west to ride the Pacific NW and the Oregon coast. They got to me 30 minutes before I was to go to the airport. I'm so glad. The 32 slim fit me perfectly and we're super comfortable. They're so comfortable I t's hard to believe they are so protective. And for the money! I've paid more than that for ordinary jeans! Unknown on 5th Aug 2015
These are very comfortable jeans. The fit is good as is the quality. Denim is really nice. My waist measured 35 so I ordered a 36 which fit very well. The hip pads stick to the Kevlar with stick on velcro. I didn't think it would work but they actually do stay in place. I recommend using knee pads that have their own sleeve rather than attaching them to the pants, so they will not shift.
look good and fit good
a lot of Kevlar
Denim bunches up behind knees when riding.
the denim has been a little distressed with wrinkles showing in the dye. I don't need the factory to add wear to the jeans before I get them.
Even with boot cut, legs are too narrow to fit over my boots. Wish legs were cut narrower to fit better inside boots, or wider to fit over top.
Phil M on 10th May 2015
I'm 5'9, 160lb, and normally wear 32x30. I've found that every pair of motojeans out there is hideously baggy, so I though maybe Draggin's slim jeans would fit the way regular jeans should. This was not the case though; these things are tight. Not quite painted-on, but a chore to get into. The length was perfect, but the waist was pretty snug. I'll be exchanging them for a pair of Classics in the same measurements, which hopefully will do the trick.
For what it's worth, the quality seemed great while I had them on. The material looks good, too. Nice and dark. A good-looking pair of jeans at this price point. Elliott on 25th Mar 2015
I'm 5'11" and the 34/30 jeans fit well. They were a little snug in the waist , but stretch a little and end up comfortable. The legs are definitely slim fit and there is no way I could put in knee protection, but for the type of riding I do I feel secure. My wife is buying a pair, so they must be good. Sam on 9th Aug 2014
These are true to fit. 32W 32 L fit great and I feel secure while riding with. They not only fit well but look great. Most have no clue they are riding jeans. I wore these from Las vegas NV to Tombstone AZ over the Memorial weekend. I felt comfortable riding with them and then walking around all day. I am getting two more pair for sure. Siege on 30th May 2014
The slim fit jeans are of good quality denim and the fit was accurate. Although I will have to get used to the Kevlar material, and i have not warn the jeans in hot weather yet. How ever they sure do look and feel good to me. JP on 13th May 2014
So I just bought a pair of draggin jeans and have worn them about 3 times.
Initial thoughts: overall, a great pair of jeans
they are relatively high waisted, if you are like me (23 year old male) who wears slim fit pants, these are a little reminiscent of your grandpas pants in terms of how high the waist is. If you don't have a problem hikin' those pants up high then this is not a problem.
If you buy the additional armor, probably buy a size up. The back of the knee is pretty tight on mine. I think the problem will lessen after a few more wears
I was afraid the padding wouldn't stay in place because of the Velcro, I was wrong--it does. I also have no fear of the padding moving if I'm in an accident
The color looks good
If you have a shirt that doesn't tuck in, these jeans look 85% normal
Warning: if you're buying additional pads to put in, I'd say go a size up. (I'm normally 33x32 but bought the 34x32)
ian on 7th May 2014