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A few months ago, I promised I’d review Draggin Jeans women’s protective motorcycle riding pants after I posted a review from a WRN reader of her protective riding jeans that she ordered from Draggin Jeans. Some background: if you’ve been riding a motorcycle for 10 years or more, you’ve probably seen Draggin Jeans’ ad in the classified section of many of your favorite motorcycles magazines advertising its Kevlar long sleeve shirts, and I believe, pant liners, made of the yellow weaved abrasion resistant fabric.
I ordered a pair of the “Skins” for women by Draggin Jeans. You’d wear them under your riding jacket and jeans.
I ordered the Skins, which have a slim fit, medium rise (versus a low rise), and a semi-boot cut (not as wide as a boot cut). I’ve gotten used to wearing my favorite low rise Levi’s and Miss Me jeans lately, so it was nice to sit on my motorcycle wearing these Skins with their slightly higher waist (so they don’t ride down your butt), but not so high-waisted as to be unfashionable.
Draggin Jeans is based in Australia so sizing numbers are different than in the U. Their sizing chart steered me towards an 8, equivalent to a U. I didn’t shoot a rear view of me wearing the Skins because the stretchy material flattens my already flat-ish butt, so I don’t think the Skins flatter my backside.
But most women don’t have a problem with a flat butt. Out of curiosity, I ordered the Minx style too, the low rise lined jeans from Draggin Jeans just to see how they fit.
Quite innovative back in the day, when protective riding outerwear options was limited. Pulling the Skins on felt like, well, another layer of skin.When I heard Draggin Jeans started offering Kevlar lined jeans for women, I became interested because, if you’ve read my other reviews of protective riding jeans, you learned that I’m all about protection when riding my motorcycle these days. So if you don’t like jeans that hug through the waist and thigh area, you may not like these.