The Relaxed Draggin’® Jeans are cut to provide plenty of room in the legs and seat. They have a traditional five pocket design with a larger change 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.
This is my second pair in 7 years. On the first pair, I learned that my build requires the relaxed fit, and Draggin was awesome with that exchange. That pair lasted almost 7 years (I only wear these on the bike, so they last forever) and now I've re-purchased the exact same pair (although up on size in the waist...).
I cannot say enough good things about these jeans.
* Make sure to wash these alone at least once when you first get them. I find that the dye is still coming out of the black denim (not sure about the blue varities) and if you don't give it a solo wash, it can potentially tint lighter items. This is pretty normal for all jeans, but its worth mentioning.
* They are warm. Due to the thick denim and thick kevlar, you may find these jeans to be prohibitively warm if the ambient air temp is over 85F. For me, if its over 80-85F, I opt to step down into regular jeans. Its a comfort vs protection tradeoff that everyone has to figure out. Here in the PNW, its rarely ever above 75F, so I can wear these all year long in comfort.
* While you can certainly find more trendy and fashionable cuts from other makers of riding jeans, its hard to find another kevlar jean that has this much actual kevlar in its construction. The vast majority of competitors use smaller panels that do not wrap all the way around the leg, or extend as far down as the kevlar does on the Draggin Jeans.
* The pockets are appropriately deep so that items in your pocket are not in danger of falling out while you ride. C. Gleeson on 21st Jun 2017
The fit of the relaxed jeans is true to size. I thought they might be to long, but with my boots on they are perfect. I haven't used them yet as my riding season hasn't started (May). Mike on 25th Apr 2017
I love the fit, they are way comfy... I would have given 5 stars for a few more belt loops though. Both of my jackets that have belt attaching loops on them pull on my belt funny and eventually tighten and bunch up the back of the pants. I'll try a new belt, but I think the same result will occur. Otherwise no complaints Jason Waney on 4th Apr 2017
Nice knowing the Kevlar is there if you need it. Just as nice that these are good looking great fitting jeans. Chip on 28th Aug 2016
These have to be the most comfortable and durable jeans that I have ever worn. I even wear them I days I'm not riding. The only thing I would have to complain about If I had to is if its humid enough they are hot to wear but it is very understandable due to the armoring. ManicVortex on 28th Jul 2016
as advertised,would re-buy wes on 2nd Jul 2016
Draggin'' Jeans are simply the best! Outstanding comfort, looks, worksmanship - look no further I say! Protection (I hope I never find out) via Kevlar in fabric provides confidence in today's motorcycling environment. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! Red Dragon ZX14R on 14th Mar 2016
Large panels of Kevlar material are stitched to the inside of the jeans to cover one's butt and knees. The panels are largest I have seen and they are real Kevlar, not cotton with 5% of Kevlar fibers that virtually everyone else uses. I haven't crashed in these jeans seriously enough to find out how protective they are, and I hope that I never will, but the construction is sound.
The look is extremely generic. Unknown on 12th Nov 2015
I just bought these a few weeks ago and they seemed a bit long but once you get boots on and with your knees bent they are the perfect length.
I just had a crash a couple days ago at 30-40 mph I would guess. The outer jean ripped a little but the kevlar is still in tact. My knee is a bit bruised but not nearly as bad as my arm, which got road rash through a textile jacket with a liner. I will definitely be continuing to use these jeans once I'm back to riding again. Andy on 23rd Sep 2015
This is my first pair of dragginjeans and I am very impressed with the quality. I own a few different brands and the first thing that stands out is the weight of the jeans. All of the material appears to be twice the thickness of the other jeans.
I wore them to work and the were very comfortable and not limiting in any way.
I will buy these again and recommend them to anybody who rides. Unknown on 15th Jul 2015