Jordan's travelled over 5500 miles in the last six months wearing his Rev'it Orlando H20 denim jeans and here's why he's given them a five star review.
This a bold statement, but these Rev’It Orlando jeans are the best product I’ve used during the last year. The premise is simple: it’s a pair of riding jeans with a waterproof liner that actually works. I’ve worn them for thousands of miles in some outrageous downpours (on a Harley that liked to shower your legs) and they’ve never let a single drop through, anywhere, at all. The waterproof liner is windproof too, so with thermals on you can ride through the single digits fairly happily.
Like most riding jeans the protection is minimal (there’s abrasion resistance plus some thin knee protectors) but the upside is that they’re comfortable to wear and are some of the most inconspicuous when off the bike.
The outer material is stretchy too, so you can pull them over all kinds of boots and it means they don’t slide down at the back when on the bike. If you really want, they even sell a belt that allows you to zip them into a jacket. Quite simply, some of the best riding gear in my wardrobe.
Virtually nothing. They get a bit sticky in hot weather, but so does pretty much all waterproof gear, so I’ll let them off
And here's some for the ladies!
While Jordan has been putting the Rev'it jeans through their paces, our Online Editor, Maria, has been trying out the PMJ Carolina jeans.
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