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Single layer motorcycle jeans/ denim pants - where to buy?

justride

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Any where I can check out single layer motorcycle jeans? Something where the protective material is weaved into and not just a sperate lining that runs down inside the pants. Preferably, in the GTA or Canada online.
GPbikes carries Resurgence Gear but do not currently carry the Ultimate Ultra Lite model or New Wave model which are both single layer


 

Wind Shear

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I'd be interested in knowing as well. Tried looking for key words like Dyneema at Fortnine and GP, dig deep enough in the marketing lingo and eventually find only "Kevlar layered". Unless I'm missing something, seems like this kind of material hasn't made it to Canadian retailers yet. Too bad.
 

MaksTO

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Studio Cycle sells Dyneema blended denim. Forgot what the brand was, but they looked nice!

Edit: Company is called "Zin". Studio is the only place I know that sells them, so I am not sure of the brand reputability...
 

justride

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Wish, the motorcycle website had more filters for pants. Filter #1 Single Layer or Lined. Filter #2 CE A, AA, or AAA. Its time consuming to wade through all the riding jeans and yes, the marketing.

Seems like the latest and the greatest motorcycle denim pants are in the U.K and Europe!

The chap in the cap, Chris from Motolegends recommends checking the % of Dyneema in the blended denim, which directly the safety rating.
 

800over

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Any where I can check out single layer motorcycle jeans? Something where the protective material is weaved into and not just a sperate lining that runs down inside the pants. Preferably, in the GTA or Canada online.
GPbikes carries Resurgence Gear but do not currently carry the Ultimate Ultra Lite model or New Wave model which are both single layer


Did you call GP? They can get some things that are not on their website. Tell them what you want.
 

Priller

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Wish, the motorcycle website had more filters for pants. Filter #1 Single Layer or Lined. Filter #2 CE A, AA, or AAA. Its time consuming to wade through all the riding jeans and yes, the marketing.
Sportsbikeshop.co.uk lets you filter by CE rating, which helps weed out some of the junk. Not sure what their jeans selection is like, though...
 

Wind Shear

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Sportsbikeshop.co.uk lets you filter by CE rating, which helps weed out some of the junk. Not sure what their jeans selection is like, though...
Would preferably like to see stock in actual storefronts (post Covid/stage 1 whatever). Pants are a definite try-before-you-buy item. Fortnine being barely acceptable with returns at least staying within Canada.
 

Priller

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Would preferably like to see stock in actual storefronts (post Covid/stage 1 whatever). Pants are a definite try-before-you-buy item. Fortnine being barely acceptable with returns at least staying within Canada.
For sure, but you can at least use their website to quickly filter which ones hit AAA and them search those items within Canada. Seems to be mostly Bull-It and Resurgence, but only one was listed as single-layer and it may not have actually been AAA (was also an insane £315...)
 

Freddy Fudpucker

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Would preferably like to see stock in actual storefronts (post Covid/stage 1 whatever). Pants are a definite try-before-you-buy item. Fortnine being barely acceptable with returns at least staying within Canada.
For sure. I'm in the market for new summer pants and plan to buy in-store but not without getting the deets on the pants online as well.
 

Freddy Fudpucker

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Today at Royal in Guelph, I saw they had 4 pairs of jeans on the clearance rack. I picked up a nice pair of summer textile/mesh pants on sale. 41% off. Clearance rack, as they are greenish-grey, not highly sought after.
 

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