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entus

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entus says:

Aldi Kevlar Jeans

Tempted by these for 30 quid.

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babyblade41

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babyblade41 says:

I have hood jeans

and draggin and prefer hood tbh if only for the fit.

M& S might not do bike gear but I love the pants, nice and comfy and warm

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beaconsman

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beaconsman says:

jeans

i have a pair of hood jeans, couldnt be arsed freezing in leathers so put htemon and hein G race tech jacket, cosy!  Hood Jeans are quality trousers.

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lenb

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lenb says:

Sizes

Said it a million times before, were oh were are the larges sizes for bat fastards like me. Struggle to get textile or kevlar jeans to fit. I really should diet. Hood very good proper pockets foe CE unlike my Draggin jeans.

 

 

 

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preunit

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preunit says:

I love my Lindstrands

Wrap Jeans, had them for a year now and can't fault them, they've got internal hip and knee pockets for hard armour which I have, comfy as fcuk :smile

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JAWAPAWA

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JAWAPAWA says:

ktm

i got some KTM powerwear kevlar jeans...made by draggin they were pretty expensive and dont have armour. So i bought some hein gericke trousers last week. Ktms good for summer though

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Beelady

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Beelady says:

I did try mine with the knee armour fitted

but it pressed on my bionic knee and left a massive bruise. I took it out in the end. I felt silly wearing it on only one leg. The hip protectors are very comfortable though.

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DrFutura

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DrFutura says:

If you look at the Aldi site

it says the knee pad is CE approved. the jeans themselves obviously are not. I think you take pot luck, but I am tempted, if I can get there for 10am, but i suspect all the old folks will be elbowing one another in the face to get through the door at that time!

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

Most

clothing is not CE approved, it's only armour which is usually approved. Only now is usable CE approved clothing coming out so I'd not expect CE approval on the trousers regardless of brand, etc.

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preunit

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preunit says:

Phil's right

the only CE approved jeans I know of are C-Evo Dragging jeans, not sure if any other brands have CE status jeans :unsure: £260 a pop too :shock:

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philehidiot

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philehidiot says:

I'd

pay £260 if they're waterproof as well as properly strong. Then they'd be properly useful.

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