Are Hood motorcycle jeans any good?

They are the best bike jeans I’ve ever had, Soft and comfortable but substantial! I’ve tried on competitor brands trying to find the perfect pair of riding jeans, and I will say I am blown away at the over fit, feel, quality, and price of Hood Jeans. The mesh lining truly makes a difference in comfort.

Do Kevlar jeans shrink?

The kevlar can go stiff and get scratchy and become quite uncomfortable. And yep they wont stretch that much and will shrink back to size after a wash.

Where are Hood Jeans made?

The main production now takes place at their partner’s factory in Shanghai China; however the development, design, sales, dispatch, and most importantly heart of the Hood Jeans remain in the UK, as does a small production capability and finishing workshop. In 2020 D3O® Ghost™ armour was released.

How safe are motorcycle jeans?

For years, this meant riding around in plain, thick cotton, but with the introduction of Kevlar and other aramid linings, while they’re potentially not as safe as leathers can be, a good-quality pair of motorcycle riding jeans can offer very good protection, while still looking great off the bike.

Are bull it jeans any good?

The Bull-It Mens Slim Tactical jeans are a great pair of fine weather riding jeans. I’ve been testing these jeans over the past few months and I’m really in love with how they look, happy with how comfortable they are and impressed by how much protection that they offer!

Can I wash Kevlar jeans?

Kevlar jeans are the easiest to look after Other than that, however, you can happily throw your Kevlar in the washing machine, use a short cycle with cold water, then tumble dry.

Do bulletproof pants exist?

Our pledge to provide bulletproof protection to all the vital organs would not be complete without attention to the important arteries in the legs. Read more. Our Kevlar bulletproof pants with NIJ-IIIA protection will be available for both men and women, so please stay tuned.

Can you wash Kevlar jeans?

Can Kevlar jeans go in the dryer?

Keep KEVLAR® on the inside. Tumble dry warm. Line dry in shade.