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An independent comparison by Motorcycle Consumer News of the Top Protective Motorcycle Jeans rated the Sliders® 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans as the BEST BUY. Notable reasons leading MCN to award Sliders Jeans as the winner included:
1. Sliders® Jeans have the largest area of protective coverage.
2. Sliders® Jeans use a heavy duty yet soft 13.5 oz. denim.
3. Sliders® Jeans also have 3 position adjustable knee armor pockets allowing for the addition of CE approved armor.
4. Exceptional value priced under $100.
5. Fit very similar to a comfy pair of Levi's 550 jeans.
6. Sliders® Jeans are easy to care for and you can treat them just like your regular everyday jeans!

Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans are the ultimate in riding apparel. These jeans look just as good off the bike as they do while riding. Sliders Motorcycle 4.0 Jeans are the most protective riding jeans you can get for your money. Sliders 4.0 Riding Jeans are made of top-quality soft denim for comfort and fit. With optional knee armor, Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans offer optimal protection and ultimate good looks in a single pair of jeans.

Sizing Note for Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans : Please note these jeans are a relaxed fit and tend to run large. If buying a 34 waist, the actual measurement will measure out to approximately 1.5 to 2.5 inches larger (35.5" to 36.5" in this case). This is fairly standard for relaxed or loose fit jeans like Levi's 550s or similar styles. We recommend you measure the waist of your current jeans to see what size would be the best fit. If you like a more fitted jean we suggest ordering a size down. We also recommend reading the reviews to help with sizing.

  • Sliders® Jeans are designed specifically for riders by riders
  • Trusted Sliders Reinforced Chassis. It makes a Big Difference - Just read the reviews

    The Sliders 4.0 Jeans were born out of a culmination of changes based on suggestions and comments from customers in regards to previous versions of Motorcycle Riding Jeans. One thing remains a constant...we have the largest protective coverage in the industry and use the finest 13.5 oz. stonewashed denim making them your favorite jeans to wear on or off the bike.
    Improvements to the jeans include: Increasing the rise on the larger sizes, increasing the zipper opening on the larger sizes, a slight modification to the fit to accommodate various riders. However, the most significant addition is the adjustable knee armor pockets. You can now order optional Sliders CE approved armor for your riding jeans. The armor can be positioned at 3 different spots to accommodate most leg lengths. After all, what good is armor if it is not in the right spot.

  • Sliders offers the most abrasion resistant coverage in the hips and outer thighs, knees/shins and throughout the seat and upper hamstrings
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  • Original Sliders® Jeans are comfortable and perfect for everyday riding, but offer the benefit of abrasion resistant protection in the critical areas
  • Our special relaxed fit is perfect for riding motorcycles and is ideal for just hanging out when you're off the bike
  • Made with the highest quality 13.5 oz. denim and genuine DupontTM Kevlar® aramid fiber panels
  • Perfect to wear over your boots
  • Sizing is similar to today's popular relaxed / loose fit jeans
  • Normal washing and care. Just like any cotton garment, the more you dry it the more it shrinks.
  • Available in the following Men's sizes:
    Waist: 30-44
    Length: 30-36
  • 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

    If you are looking for a women's motorcycle riding jean, check out the new 5 Star Rated Sliders Bella Womens Riding Jeans

    DuPont™ and Kevlar® are registered trademark of E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company

  • Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans Product Reviews
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    Great Jeans - Star Rider   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable. FANTASTIC price. Stylish.
    Cons: None so far.

    I wish I would have found these sooner These are super comfortable right out of the box, but even moreso after they get washed. Surprisingly, they are more comfortable than my regular denim pants The perfect pants for those no chaps days... The kevlar lining gives you piece of mind that you don't get with regular old jeans. I purchased one pair of each color at a price that is MUCH better than the Kevlar lined riding jeans at another large chain. As almost all the other reviews mentioned, they DO run big in the waist. You definitely want to order a size down from what you normally wear. These are on closeout right now. I truly hope they come back again so I can refer my riding friends to them

    I've bought 3 pair - RagingRites   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Room for armor if your size is a 38 waist you'll be getting almost a 40 and it's got Kevlar
    Cons: Not much of one other than hot in Texas heat

    I've purchased 3 pair of slider 4.0 Jean two blue and one black and my wife had too look at them to make sure I wasn't wearing just a pair of Wrangler or Levi's. I ordered my inseam 38 and I've matched them up to my cinch jeans and the sliders were an 1.5 longer so call and ask or you might be sending them back for being a bit long, it better long then short I'd say. I'm stepping on them but after a while they won't be noticed.

    Good jeans - Mark   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, correctly sized and look good.
    Cons: [None]

    They were comfortable, correctly sized and look good.

    sliders 4.0 jeans - bigdaddye in Seattle   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: well made comfortable semi stylish
    Cons: a little long but not much

    when you want a little more protection than just jeans, here you go. great value when on sale.

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - Ted W.   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Ordered these on sale so the price was great. Made well and not bulky like my regular riding gear.
    Cons: Runs big in size, most may need a size smaller, but that's not a problem if you know this in advance.

    These pants are a great addition to my riding gear. I can put these on and ride more comfortable than my bulky gear and still be protected. With these pants I don't have to take my gear on and off when off the bike for a couple of hours. I bought these on sale, so the value was great, too. The quality seems to be very good. I plan to buy more in the future.

    Everything I Need....Plus - MachoMark   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, pockets for armor, full coverage, comfortable, soft fabric
    Cons: Cut a little baggy

    I have been wanting to try these for awhile, finally pulled the trigger and purchased two pairs. almost everything already written is true, lots of Kevlar protection, well made, pockets for armor, and very comfortable. Yes, they are relaxed fitWhat I wanted and what I wear in regular jeans, however they take it a bit to the next level, if you don't have a big belly, you will need to wear a belt or suspenders. Compared to some other riding jeans I have, the fit is a little more baggy, the denim is a little lighterGood & Bad, however there is more Kevlar coverage in these and the armor pocket system is an added bonus that the others do not have. Overall, these are a great purchase and a Smokin' deal I wouldwill definitely purchase again.

    Good jeans - Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit
    Cons: Could be longer

    This is the second pair I have bought. Not that I have wore out the first pair, just wanted another pair on had. Good price. The jeans are a one size smaller than the Levis that I wear, 36 waist on levis - 34 on these jeans. I can't relay how they are in a crash as I have been staying rubber side down since I have bought the first pair. Only complaint is I wish they came in a size longer or two as they tend to come over my boots while riding.

    Sliders 4.0 - Colorado Rider   NM Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good price. Wide legs to fit over boots.
    Cons: The waist runs very large.

    Quality jeans and well put together for a fair price. The waist sizing runs large. I wear 34 so I ordered 32 and washed them in hot water and hot dryer, but I still use a belt. The length is OK, order your usual size. Wide legs fit nice over my boots, but knee armor could move around in a crash. Hope to never test this out. Over all these are well built jeans and I recommend them. Just be sure to order one size smaller in the waist and wash two times in hot water and dryer.

    Just what I have been looking for - Franko   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Right fit, good materials
    Cons: [None]

    They fit just right, ordered what I wear. Good heavy material feels good allover. Look good.

    Sliders 4.0 - Scottie   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Wouldn't ride without them

    Riding jeans - Jtrider   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable and look nice
    Cons: None

    I watched the video of the jeans and they suggested to buy the waistline one size smaller e.g. 34 if you are a 36 wasteline. They were absolutely correct. The jeans fit well, look pretty nice and are easy to ride in. I bought a couple more pairs after I purchased the first one.

    Slider Jeans-black - Spiceman   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfy while ridingexcellent quality
    Cons: Hookloop on knee pockets on the bottom -odd

    After reading size reviews, ordered 36x32I normally wear 36-38 waist x 30 length. Jeans are just a little loose making them perfect for riding. Length is long when standing but fine in riding position. Very comfyplenty of crouch room. I wear Bohn gear so don't use knee pads Small hip pads are part of the jeans and are probably adequate in a slide but not much protection if landing on the hip. Don't want to test thatShrunk slightly after washingdrying wife did not read washingdrying directions attached to jeans but still fit fine. Have already received positive comments about Sliders appearance while wearing. Overall, a great purchase for 99 considering other dedicated riding pants can be hundreds of more.

    Awesome - djcooker   MO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look Great, feel great, loose fit.
    Cons: None

    These Sliders were surprising. Great feel, fit, style. I have had several compliments on the jeans I have bought 2 black. They did come a little bigger, which I had read about and love. Great to keep your jeans down over your boots while riding. CC fits comfortable in waistband. These jeans are super soft. They are the only riding jeans I wear on my Harley. Nothing I bought prior to these have compared. Will buy more.

    awesome - bruce b   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: most comfortable jeans that i own
    Cons: none

    awesome, awesome jeans i can't believe how comfortable these are.. i have tons of regular jeans and these instantly proved to be more comfortable then all of them... no more having to 'adjust' myself while riding my sport bike... that alone made them worth the price on the first ride... you can feel the quality even before you put them on.. they look great too.. i like this style much more then the bootcut jeans... order one size down had to send the first pair back because they are cut way big.. probably could have ordered two sizes down normally i get a 40, got a 38, could fit a 36 but i like some extra room in the waist..don't know if they will shrink at all in the washer dryer... keeping the 38 absolutely love 'em

    Sliders Jeans - Randalw   WI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sized as described, Shipped as promised, Quality Excellent
    Cons: Bleed heavily when washed the first time.

    I did a fair amount of research prior to buying these jeans and found them to be the best quality choice and cheaper then other options. Weight of the fabric is good, stitching solid and fit was as described. I also bought the knee armor to go with them. The armor was a little tricky to insert the first time but once I understood home to secure the positioning, it was quite simple to adjust so they fit well and were comfortable. ifwhen I purchase another pair, I may go with a size longer as the knee pads have a shortening effect when in the riding position. I am pleased with the purchase.Be careful the first time you wash them as they do bleed.

    Excellent value - Ron T   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy guage fabric and very comfortable
    Cons: A little warm in higher temps but not to bad

    I will order another pair. There one size larger than shown. which is OK with me.

    These saved my rear - Prophet   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Field tested, 100 approved
    Cons: order 1 size down from normal in waist and length vs wranglers

    I went down at 80mph and slid over 150 feet on the road and into the gravel. The pants are toast, but my skin is great. I have some minor friction burns but 0 road rash where the pants covered. Once I am cleared to ride again broken collar bone, separated shoulder, lots of bruising and get a new bike I will never ride in anything but these jeans again. These are amazing and WELL worth the money.

    Sliders Jeans - Walt   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, high quality and great value
    Cons: None so far

    I started riding in the 60's and in the early years was disappointed in the quality and fit of much of the safety gear for riders. In the past 20 years that has changed remarkably. Today you can wear all the necessary safety gear and not look like you are about to do a Lunar Landing. I have been wanting to purchase a pair of sliders to try out for a while but couldn't convince myself they would perform as advertised and still fit comfortably. In a recent ad, CA offered an additional discount over their already low price and I decided to take the plunge. I have not been disappointed. The fit is just as all the great reviews suggested, and the quality and comfort is on par with any good quality pair of jeans I own.Thank you Competition Accessories for pushing me over the edge

    Nice jeans - David   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice fit. Look good
    Cons: Did not come with the pockets stuffed with cash

    I did like a lot of the reviews said to do, I ordered a size smaller in the waist and inseam and they fit great, They are very comfortable as well. They are a little wide at the ankle, Think I am going to try the boot cut next.

    Go to pants - SteveJ   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable and protective
    Cons: Not waterproof

    I have a few pants and overpants which are headed to craigs list because I never wear them anymore. I can wear these all day and still feel protected on my ride. I got this second pair because I needed to go down a size due to weight loss.

    Slider Pants - Bill   LA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, comfort, confidence,
    Cons: They are sized big. I had to return them and order on size smaller

    I error on the side of safety. Consequently, I've been wearing only riding pants with protection in the knees, hips.... I saw these were a closeout and decided to purchase a pair. I am really pleased. I wear these to events that normally wouldn't attend because I can dress up a little-wear jeans are the norm. These allow me to venture out with the confidence that if I go down knock on wood I will have protection. They fit really good. Try them.

    Sliders 4.0 Riding Jeans - Chuck Bricking   KY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: Heavy

    Until I purchased the Sliders I always rode in just regular jeans and always felt under-dressed in regard to lower body protection. The Sliders have resolved that concern for me. With almost three times the amount of denim as regular jeans and with the sewn-in Kevlar layer, I am now able to ride worry-free. Although they are much heavier than regular jeans, the Sliders are soft and comfortable to wear and the relaxed fit almost all but eliminates the typical creep that you get from regular jeans riding up on you while going down the road. The description said that they tend to run bigger than regular jeans and after reading the reviews I ordered mine one size smaller than normal in the waist and two inches longer in the inseam and they fit perfectly I purposely ordered them a little longer so that my knees bending still allows them to cover my ankles and top of my boots. They are a great value for the price and recommend them wholeheartedly. I have already shared Competition Accessories' website with several of my friends so they can order some as well. Buy yourself a pair or two of these and provide yourself with great, comfortable protection. You'll be glad you did

    Awesome Jeans - Dlg2192   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Looks, Comfort, Large Kevlar areas
    Cons: [None]

    Shipping was incredibly fast. 2 days after my order they were at my front door. My first impression when I pulled them out of the package was heavy duty jeans. I was nervous about the size after reading all the other reviews about ordering down a size. I decided to go ahead and order one waist size down. Normally I wear a 34x30 but ordered the 32x30. I'm very glad I did. The fit was perfect for a 5'10 186lb male. Length was a bit longer than 30 inseam but that's because they are riding jeans so they don't look like your wearing capris while riding. I also ordered the additional knee pads and they are a little difficult to install at first but with 3 positions available they fit just where you like. I only rode about 15 min with them on and they feel fine when riding. I will update once I have a few rides with them on. I will definitely be ordering more so I always have a pair when needed. Hope this helps.

    Slider Riding Jeans - kickstandup   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable look good
    Cons: none

    These look like ordinary jeans but work great for protective motorcycle gear. I wiped out in the sand with these and they didn't rip or anything. They are a little thicker than regular jeans and have the liner in all the right places. Overall an excellent and affordable jean for a motorcyclist.

    Sliders Riding Jeans - Street Bob   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: High quality, reasonable price
    Cons: None noted

    I ordered a pair of Sliders one size smaller than I usually wear, per the guidance on the site. They fit perfectly.

    2 Thumbs Up - wade   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice heavy jeans-well made-easy to hem up if needed
    Cons: None that I can see

    Just what I was looking for in a pair of riding pants. I don't need to look to like a futuristic rocket man. Well made, great pants. Especially when on sale to my door for about 90 Score Thanks

    Outstanding - Daniel   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit to size
    Cons: a little heavy, but we should want that

    Good product

    Sliders 4.0 - Scott R.   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, just what I was looking for.
    Cons: None

    These jeans were just what I was looking for. Well made and Kevlar in all the necessary places. They run a little large as described so take that into consideration when ordering. I am a 38 inch waist and 34 inch inseam and ordered a 36x32 and they fit perfect.They are a little baggy like relaxed jeans but you need the room for riding. Hope I never need it but the Kevlar is added protection. I would purchase these again.

    My take on these jeans - Brad in Fl.   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, prompt shipping, sized for riding
    Cons: Sized for riding.

    I know, if you look at the pros and cons, you'll say What, they're the same thing. It all depends on what you're looking for. My normal jean is a 32 waist and either a 33 or 34 length. I purchased these in 3232. The waist fit fine, and they are a long 32 length. The reason the length is so long is due to the baggy crotch area. That baggy crotch is beautiful for riding, and with some riding boots on, the length works great. They would be a bit short for a ankle high boot. When used as a pair of jeans for walking around, they are not the most stylish, especially since tight jeans seem to be all the style these days. I purchased the optional knee armor, and if the armor is comfortable for walkingstanding, then it's in the wrong place for riding. When it's in the proper place for riding, the armor rubs on the shin bone. Not comfortable at all. I tried all the various adjustments, and could not find a happy medium. I've since purchased a different armor, and will give that a shot. I hope to never put the jeans to the skid test on the road, but they seem as if they will do the job. I will be ordering more of these, as 1 pair isn't enough when I ride every day. Oh yeah..the bottom of the jean is generously sized to go over boots, quite large. This allows air to travel up the leg easily, nice in summer, chilly in 40F weather.

    Great Gear - JB   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Function fit and style
    Cons: [None]

    These are my second pair. Really appreciate the built-in pockets for added knee protectors.

    Exactly as expected - Biker Wife   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very well constructed, true to size
    Cons: None that we can see

    These jeans are great. They fit as expected with room for additional safety gear if needed. Heavy weight denim, nice styling. Would definitely recommend.

    Great Gear - Joe   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good looking. Comfortable. Affective.
    Cons: Wish they had inner slots for knee pads

    Really like these riding pants

    Second pair - Cj   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good jeans after multiple washings, wanted for the kevlar
    Cons: Baggy fit

    My true jean size is 36 waist 30 inseam.Based on reviews I ordered 34 waist and 30 inseam for my first pair which I wear in summer.34 was still a bit loose and the crotch is slightly baggy. After multiple washings, they seem to be holding up well and only shrank a tiny bit.Bought a second pair for fall and winter riding in 34 waist 32 length to cover ankles. Waist is same as my others, washed a few times and shrinkage is minimal even in dryer. Even though the waists run a bit big and the crotch is baggy, they are comfortable to ride in for long rides. I do not use the mesh knee armor holders since they are loose and baggy and don't offer true armor placement to be effective. I wear knee protection under these jeans and there is enough room for my pads and the jeans don' t hang up on them.For the price, these are the best riding jeans I have found so far. I just keep in mind that I bought these for protection while riding and not for the fitment for daily wear. If I were to ride to work wearing these, I would bring a regular pair of jeans in my backpack to chage into.

    awesome jeans - ktmrc390   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: inexpensive, great protection, provisions for armor
    Cons: bulky and heavy as far as jeans go, weird cut according to my wife

    These are my second sliders jeans. The first ones saved me when my rear wheel slid off an off ramp painted arrow. Gosh, why even paint an arrow going the way i need to go in the middle of a turn. Anyway, there's awesome protection in the knees, butt, and hips. I had my forcefield-brand knee and hip protection in the jeans and they both worked great together. I slid for about 20 feet, luckily didn't hit anything except the pavement. The sliders jeans held up except for the point of impact-knees where they blew open but the kevlar underneath held in place and did not tear through. I wish I had two more arms so I could give this product four thumbs up

    Great Jeans - hiflight   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality, lots of kevlar, great price.
    Cons: Run a little baggier than I like, but my husband loves them.

    As stated in there video, they run a little large. That said, I love these jeans Don't always want to where my chaps. Competition Accessories has been great to work with, to get the everything right.

    Slider Riding Jeans - WillS   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, Better then my LEVIS
    Cons: None

    I received this item fast and tried them on immediately. They were very comfortable and cool looking. Got on my KLR650 for the feel while riding and I definitely recommend these slider jeans.

    Slider jeans - wvshooter   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look like regular jeans and are comfortable
    Cons: [None]

    I bought the optional knee armor but decided to buy a third party armor that I could strap onto the outside of the jeans and then remove after arriving at my destination. The original knee pads were difficult to install and would need to be removed each time the jeans were washed.

    Sliders 4.0 - George E. T.   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lots of kevlar
    Cons: Knee pucks PITA to install

    I wear a 33 , so I bought a 34. The fit is a bit loose but after a wash it will be fine. The denim is nice and soft , its 12.5 ounce and has a liner inside and pocket for knee protection. The fit is like a stove pipe design a bit baggy but good on the bike, and that's where i spent most of my time. Length 32 was good. I liked these because they offer good side protection, however hip pads would be a good addition. The knee pucks are a good , but its a major struggle to get them in while keeping the velcro tabs from closing and snagging the mash liner, a better system is needed. On mine one side was a bit off and I had to trim the pad to fit so I can close the velcro tab.

    Best pants - Martin   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look like a pair of jeans
    Cons: Heavy and run big

    This is my second pair. While they are heavy, the Kevlar provides great protection. I gave my first pair to my son. I told him that this will protect him if he goes down. For the price, look and protection I would tell anyone to buy them and you won't be sorry.

    Great pants - Wesley   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Roomy pants
    Cons: none

    These pants do run large, I'm an athletic fit, so I never believe the reviews. I wear a 34 waist pant, so I generally order a 36 waist and did this time and I could have ordered the 34 and would have had plenty of room in the legs and seat area. Even for athletic people big legs and posterior you can order your normal size and should be ok.

    Great pants - beminpgh   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit well. Great product. Better than street jeans.
    Cons: none.

    These jeans replaced a worn out pair of icon wind stopper jeans no longer made.The fit is good.The length is good. The quality is great.Choose the inseam you would normally wear as these are long enough to cover boots.I was surprised by how much wind the extra protection stopped.This is good when the temp gets cool.No issues riding in hot weather.

    Sliders 4.0 - JoeH   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Tough material, comfortable
    Cons: They run big.

    Comfortable pants. Needed a larger size to fit my thighs and to wear over thermals in cold weather. All good. Incredible value.

    Great jeans - PaleoRider   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, good sizing, reasonable price
    Cons: Worried that I'm fooling myself

    I think these are better sized and otherwise just as good as the 3.0 Sliders. Fit is great, comfort is high, they aren't obviously motorcycle pants to non-motorcyclists so I can wear them all day, etc. I've only worn Sliders, never really crash-tested them, and am trying not to. The 4.0s are at least as good as the 3.0s, although it can be a bit of a pain to get the knee pads in and keep them in as it's hard to line up the velcro strips by feel alone. I did dump a bike while trying to make a turn when I hit a bunch of gravel in my 3.0s and didn't feel a thing.

    great pants - Those   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good heavyweight protection
    Cons: heavier weight

    Really like the 4.0s. Make sure you read all the recommendations on sizing as they are dead on. Ordered a size down in the waist and they fit perfect with plenty of room to get around on my bike. Hope I don't have to crash test them and look forward to riding longer in the cold Michigan weather.

    Stood up to the ultimate test - arcdude   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: look good, comfortable, good protection in a slide
    Cons: They need to come in bigger sizes.

    I have had a pair of these jeans for several years. A couple of years ago, I was forced to put my bike down at about 40 mph. The jeans did a great job of protecting me from Road Rash 100. I just had a red mark on my right knee, probably from heat of the friction from sliding about 40 feet on concrete. But both the denim and the kevlar held up and I still wear these same jeans. I bought a 44 waist, as that was the biggest size they had at the time. My actual waist size is 46, so they are just a little bit tight. I was hoping that over the years they would expand their sizes, but I was surprised to see that they did the opposite. Now the biggest waist size is 42. I do not think I can fit my fat ass in these jeans. I guess I will have to lose some weight before I get a new pair.

    jeans - dave   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice jeans. good fit
    Cons: None

    Nice jeans. Run big. Order a size smaller than you would normally wear.

    Slider Jeans - jim   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Solid construction, I suspect they will do the job
    Cons: Really warm

    I bought 4 pairs of sliders, two jeans, the kakis and the cargo pants. All are great but the new boot cut jeans fit best and have hip pads. I ride everyday to work. These look much nicer that the work pants I used to wear. I am very pleased with my purchase.

    Sliders - Joem   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Great protection for jeans...on the big size, just wear a belt and no prob.

    Fit a big guy - Tom   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Size and softness of denim
    Cons: [None]

    I am 6'5 and need room in the thighs. These fit perfectly

    Great riding jeans - Spack02   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Style, comfort
    Cons: Be careful of size

    These are great riding jeans. Listen to other reviewers..... Buy a size smaller. I'm glad I did Even with the smaller size, they still are a little loose, but I prefer them that way. Grab a pair... You won't be disappointed.

    Father's Dayn - Wifey   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit like a glove
    Cons: None

    I was looking for a motorcycle jean for my husband for Father's Day. Most website was very expense, saw this read the review people left and decided to try it out. The best choice I did My husband love it and it fitted very nicely and the price was out standing. Thank You so much will buy again

    Great Pants - Sliders   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good tough and well fitting motorcycle riding pants
    Cons: None

    They are definitely sized big, but I ordered small and they fit great. Best riding pants that I have owned.

    Slider jeans - Tim   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good for spring, fall, winter. Washed well. Not to heavy while walking around
    Cons: Heavy for summer riding, the liner chaffed my knees

    Good buy.

    How to properly size these pants - mike   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: True relaxed fit
    Cons: Bottoms are a little wide

    This is how you properly size these pants. Do you wear regular fit jeans If yes, then order a size down.Do you wear relaxedloose fit jeans If yes, then order the same size you wear.Due to the thickness of my thighs, I can only wear relaxedloose fit jeans. I only buy 34 waist 32 length relaxedloose fit jeans. I ordered the Sliders 4.0 in my normal 34W32L size and they fit just like all of my other loose fit jeans. I can't get regular fit 34W32L jeans past my thighs. I read all of the other reviews and struggled with choosing the right size. One guy even put his actual waist and inseam measurements in his review. His measurements exactly matched mine, but that reviewer stated he needed to order a size down and that he also wears levis 501 jeans. I cracked the size code by realizing that I could never get 501's jeans past my thighs. So yes, these jeans are a perfect fit and leave enough room for my Bohn adventure pants with armor. The length is just what it should be for motorcycle pants....just a tad longer than usual. The product feels and is comfortable like any other pair of jeans.

    Perfect - Sandee   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit well. Good quality. Comfortable.
    Cons: [None]

    Haven't had opportunity to test their toughness, thankfully. 5hey are made well. Excellent quality. Better than plain jeans and much more usable in 100degree weather.

    Great Riding Jeans - Cj   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy Jean Material, Large Kevlar Coverage
    Cons: Sizing just runs big

    Great riding jeans with heavy jean material and good Kevlar placement.I do not use the mesh pockets for armor since I wash these after rinding and taking out and re-installing armor is a hassles and since these are relaxed fit jeans, using armor will not mean it will protect you on impact. I use Asics brand gel kneepads under these jeans and the placement is great with plenty of room for the knee pads.These jeans run big and shrink a bit in length. I normally wear 36 x 30 jeans. Ordered these in 34 Waist as other customers advised and there is still room in the waist.Good heavy riding jeans. Will most likely by another pair in Black in longer length to cover shrinkage.

    As advertised - D'Mc'B   MS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fits like the pants I by off the shelf.
    Cons: Not water repellant

    I tried the pants on after I washed them and they fit as pants I have own for years, given their purpose, they are a little heavier than my regular jeans and that was expected. It appears as tho I am wearing just regular looking jeans and as comfortable as they are, I can get a comfortable all day wear out of them.I look forward to more items that fit this well from this company.

    Great product - Nancy   UT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, comfortable, true to size
    Cons: [None]

    These are great pants, although my husband has short legs and I have to shorten them he says they are comfortable. I would recommend these pants if you want comfort when riding.

    ProsCons - Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, Comfort, Protection, Price
    Cons: pockets for optional CE Approved Knee Armor

    These are a very good relaxed fit riding jeans. Sizing runs a bit large so plan accordingly. I normally wear a size 40 waist but I ordered a size 38 and have plenty of room. The only thing I am disappointed about is the knee armor. I purchased it for the added protection and I can't seem to get it to fit correctly in the pockets that are inside the pants. When I ride I have to keep adjusting them to fit on my knee and once off the bike they seem to flop around in the pant leg. I am currently not wearing them but I will go back to try to make other adjustments.

    Sliders - Klaw   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look like regular jeans comfortable
    Cons: None

    These are great - protective gear that looks casual. They work, too. Had a spill - the knee of the pants skidded along, kept the skin on me. All good

    Sliders Jeans - SAL   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protective, Fit, don't shred through even in long slide due to crash.
    Cons: A little Hot

    Bought these Jeans primarily because I like jeans but wanted something more protective than my Olympia Summer Riding Pants. I found I could wear them all 4 seasons. Because of several operations on my right leg I decided to see if I could fit my old catchers shin and knee guards under them. I didn't see any reason to specially made shin and knee guards for motorcycles if these fit. They did. 3 weeks ago I was in a bad accident when I hit a dog that ran straight out of the woods directly in front of me. Unfortunately I was unable to avoid the dog. I hit it and I flipped over the bars and am told I slid down the the blacktop and concrete street at least 30 yards. I had my shin guards on and while there is a dent I had no damage to my leg. And more surprising is when I stopped my jeans were still in one piece. And I had NO ROAD RASH anywhere on my body. The jeans completely protected me from the need for any skin grafts or treatment for road rash. And I hit hard. Pneumothorax collapsed lung, 6 broken ribs, broken Clavicle collar bone, broken Scapula in 2 places and various other internal bleedings and bruisings. Two of my friends knew my penchant for wearing the Sliders rather then proper Motorcycle pants and told my wife to be prepared for possible multiple skin grafts because of what I was wearing and how long I slid. NOTHING. Everybody I knew was shocked ... including me a bit ... but they've made me a believer. I would send them to you for your advertisement but the ER cut them off me while looking for more injuries. Regardless, the only damage from the rides was a lot of scraping on the jeans ... but none on meThe only way I see to improve them would be to somehow make them waterproof so I could wear them even in the rain rather than have to cover them up. Unequivocal buy at least from me. I now have a couple of other friends looking at them as replacements for their existing motorcycle pants. I will buy again.

    Great decision to buy these jeans - Scott from Mountain View, CA   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Looks, feel, and the safety I feel wearing them
    Cons: None

    What a great solution to providing for yourself some safety while on a ride and at the same time wearing pants that look great on you, feel good, and you'll be confident wearing around people at your destination. I ordered the waist a bit small for me, which worked out marvelously Sure I'd recommend these pants to others and I do plan on buying more in the future. -- Scott

    Great Jeans - Nkazi   NV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fits well. Offers Kevlar protection. Comfortable to wear.
    Cons: None that I can think of.

    These jeans are very comfortable and also washable so I am really happy with them.The biggest plus is that they are Kevlar lined so I feel adequately protected when I am riding my Kawasaki Concours.The value for the price is excellent.

    Sliders - Mark   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit nice, comfortable.
    Cons: None

    They are a nice pair of paints. I do not know how they work if you fall, hope I never do.

    Very Good Product - Mitri   MO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lightweight, looks normal, added layers of protection, roomy seat and thigs
    Cons: None that I can find

    I do not normally wear protective pants when I ride, but I do normally wear long pants and hiking boots along with your standard textile jacket Joe Rocket. These pants are exactly what I was looking for they look normal enough to wear inside a store or restaurant, they are a LOT lighter in weight than those pro-level pants, they have a roomy waist, seat and thighs I typically wear a pair of shorts under mine on warm days, the leg bottoms are wide enough to fit over a pair of pull-on boots but not so wide that they flap around. I normally wear a 32-34 inch waist depending on the cut and I got a 34 in these pants. They fit great. The waist is a bit loose but a belt cinches it up just fine. The pockets are normal, the belt loops are normal. There is nothing weird or awkward about these pants. The kevlar panels are sewn inside using good, firm stitches on all edges so they don't ride up. My intention for these pants is that they will hopefully provide me with extra skid protection in case I go down on a curve and skid across the pavement. I'm not a super-fast rider, so I don't tend to tempt fate with elbow-scraping leans on curves or anything like that. Basically these are sensible, low-cost, normal looking protective pants that are probably best suited for people who are not huge risk takers if that makes sense. I like them and will probably buy another pair. For size comparison, I'm about 5 feet 9 inches tall and weigh around 150 pounds.

    I like them - rdswyn96   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Price, fit, well made.
    Cons: They can be a bit warm in hot weather.

    I have several pairs of these Kevlar jeans, and for the price you ca'nt beat them. The Kevlar coverage is more than sufficient and they fit loose so you do'nt feel restricted getting off and on your bike. A in my book.

    Great jeans - Steve   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit, comfortable. Price
    Cons: None noted yet

    These jeans are super high quality. I would and will totally recommend them to my riding friends. They are way less expensive then the others out there but I can discern no reduction in quality. I am ordering another pair. They do run a little large. I normally wear a 3832 and ordered a 3632 and fit perfectly. Love these kevlar jeans. Safety first, order them.

    Did their job - PW48   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, effective
    Cons: [None]

    I had an accident while trying to avoid a suicidal deer that jumped into heavy traffic on the George Washington Parkway across the Potomac River from Washington DC during morning rush hour last September. I broke 5 bones in my hand and wrist and got a major gash in my thumb from the top of a guardrail post, but the Sliders kept my legs pretty well unscathed. Unfortunately the EMTs cut them off my legs, which necessitated the purchase of a new pair last month.

    excellent kevlar jeans - Mike   LA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fit and feel
    Cons: [None]

    These jeans are amazingly soft for as heavy as the are. I loved them right out of the bag they came in. I wear them everywhere. Built as good as one would expect of any riding clothes. The only distraction is a little rubbing on my knees by the Kevlar. Don't know if it's the stitching or the Kevlar but it's not so bad that I don't wear them. Every piece of Sliders gear I have has been excellent fit and finish. Order your size . They will come in sized to ride without binding. Did I mention these are great anywhere jeans

    Check'm out - JDJanis   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice fitment if you like'm loose and I do.
    Cons: Not for Warm weather riding

    I wear a 3430 and if you order your actual size these will fit a little loose but I prefer that and enjoy the comfort and protection they provide.Great product at a great priceJDJanis-Tejas

    Perfect Riding Jeans - Matthew   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Style, well made, YKK zipper, good fit and finish
    Cons: Heavy

    These are the best fitting and best made kevlar lined jeans I have ever owned. One thing I was happy to find was that some of the reviews said the zipper was not YKK, but what do you know, mine came with a heavy duty YKK zipper. The pants are very well made and fit greate. The inseam is a little long and I purchased the knee inserts, but they fit great in the top setting. As stated in other reviews, order a size down in the waist.

    Love my Pants - Steve   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: nice style
    Cons: larger than size listed

    High quality, well-made, glad I ordered a size down, very comfortable Looking forward to getting a lot of riding use wearing them

    Sliders Jeans - Kevin   MS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protective gear
    Cons: [None]

    I have been using sliders for years. Warm and cool weather. It is always best to gear up when you ride, These will save your hide.

    Excellent Jeans - Jim   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Incognito, inexpensive
    Cons: none

    I have had these for a year15k miles. I wear body armor tights underneath and these baggy jeans hide them looks like I am wearing plain jeans. Very comfortable. Hope to never test the abrasion resistance I would buy these again...but I suspect they will last many years.

    Sport tourer - AZman   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, Looks good, Kevlar Relaxed fit
    Cons: Haven't found any so far.

    I feel these Sliders jeans look like regular jeans, but knowing the kevlar reinforced areas gives me reasurance of increased protection should I need it. I still need to get the knee armor. I normally wear a size 42x30. I ordered a 40x30 and even these are loose in the waist and the inseam is a couple inches long. I've washed the pants and dried them in the dryer forgot to air dry them as recommended. They didn't shrink or I didn't think they did. I would recomend them to other riders

    great jeans - TJ   AR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great price, easy to wear
    Cons: [None]

    Great jeans, easy to wear, order down a size, these run a little large. Fit great and look good.

    Awesome - Chris   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    I bought these pants for my brother as his Birthday gift. I got a smokin' deal on them, and he absolutely loves them The size was right matching the up to 2 sizes larger than normal. He normally wears a 36 waist, so I got him a 36 waist. They are a bit big, he can wear them with a belt by themselves, but have plenty of room to wear another pair of pants underneath as well. So far he said he really enjoys them

    Great Jeans - TrickyRicky   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well built, good value, fits true to size
    Cons: Installing the optional knee armor can be a bit of a pain

    For whatever reason, I've found motorcycle apparel tends to run small in sizing. This has presented a big challenge for me as I am a bit on the husky side. I looked at motorcycle jeans from various manufacturers. Most of them weren't available in my size. I found some jeans from another manufacturer that were supposedly made in my size, but they ran so small that I couldn't even get them buttoned.I stumbled across these and decided to give them a try, and boy am I glad that I did. They are constructed well, very affordable, and fit true to size. They may run a little large if you're on the skinnier side. The fit is very similar to Wrangler relaxed fit jeans my favorite jeans to wear when I'm not on the bike.I also ordered the optional knee armor. The armor stays in place and conforms well to the shape of my knee. Installing the armor is a bit of a pain, but it gets easier after you do it a few times and get used to it.

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - Sohei   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent protection, very heavy
    Cons: Heavy

    Bought a size too large but will use over uniform during commuting. They run large, as has been said. Very good quality and construction throughout.

    They are great...once you find the right size - MannyM   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: They feel great, and look great
    Cons: Like everyone else, the sizing is really tricky

    These pants are great. Two days after receiving them, I took them out on an 850 mile ride up the coast of California. I have to say that they feel great. So about the sizing... The sizing is really tricky. I actually had to return my first pair because there was no way I was going to ride in pants that big. Luckily COMPACC's customer service is awesome and I received the new pair before my ride.

    Sliders a great product - gourmetddsw   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, quality, style, protection
    Cons: few lengths in my waist size, had to have them hemmend

    I purchased a couple of pairs of sliders for my wife, a little protection for her as she doesn't like armor.She likes them and they look great on her, that is what matters after all.I just received a pair for me. Fit was great but length options in my waist size were not available. had to pay for hemming. Not a big deal as the price for these Sliders is excellent in comparison with other brands. I also bought armor for the knees. Not bad comfort even with the knee rubber. I will buy another pair in black when they become available. Highly satisfied with quality fit, value.

    Sliders are the best - Larry   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: price, construction, and fit
    Cons: could be better tailored

    For reinforced denim pants, you can't do any better than sliders. They have more kevlar protection than pants costing almost twice as much.

    Great value, good quality - Alnbama   AL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, denim feels sturdy but soft, lined pants legs
    Cons: Slightly baggy, knee protection moves around could be better secured

    I like the idea of rider protection, but I do not like to look like a road racer on the street. Sliders 4.0seems to fill the bill. The sizing runs large so follow the other reviewers instructions. I bought the black jean, they look stone washed and are soft. The denim is thick, all seams are well done. The zipper could be larger, but is ok for now, it could also use a pull. I wore these for the first time on a cool day, and they were perfect. I rode my Ducati 900SS and did not feel any constrictions like I do with leathers. The jeans are a little baggy and I'm not sure the knee armor would stay in place in a crash, the legs are also a little long. I compared these to the riding jeans at CG, and these jeans are far superior, with more Kevlar and better fabric, and construction.

    Slider Jeans - G2G113   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very loose fitting, Great for guys with big thighs, Great quality, Great Price, Very comfortable
    Cons: Knee pad position, pad moves around too much

    I have been looking for riding jeans for me and my son for some time. We are average height guys 5'9 with muscular builds, and weigh 250 lbs. Most jeans are cut way small in the thighs and are too restrictive. The slider jeans finally were the answer to are problem. The fit is very comfortable, and the quality and protection is top notch Great riding jeans

    Roomy - NewTexRider   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, Seem Sturdy, Lots of Room for Winter Gear
    Cons: Not the most stylish

    A bit baggy, but seem strong hope I never have to test Kevlar, wash and dry normally with only slight shrinkage. Only slightly heavier than regular jeans. Size to fit worked for me, although a friend who purchased bought one size smaller than normal and it worked for him. You can wear anywhere and they just seem to be slightly baggy jeans.

    Nice pants - Chris   MS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy material, looks like they will do the job
    Cons: None yet

    Got these after some research on line. Like the way they fit . A little loose. Got the optional knee armor. No problems except I remove the armor to wash and its a pain to put back. Hope I never have to use for real

    Great product at a great price - GSMotoman   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well constructed, good fit and finish
    Cons: None to speak of

    I was going to buy these last year when they were on sale, glad I waited for a coupon and paid even less. Was looking for something that would provide protection without going the full ATGATT route when out riding and wanting to stop off for a bit of grub 'n grog, you're not walking into a joint like you've just left a track day event,.. I generally wear a 36x34 Levi 501, bought these, 34x34 and the fit is perfect with enough length to cover boots while riding. Good construction, quality denim, just knowing that you're glad in a layer of Kevlar underneath provides peace of mind. There's even enough room to wear and under layer of armor if you feel the need to do so... Highly recommended.

    Really good pant - Woer   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Rugged, Durable, Look Good.
    Cons: No so far. Order waist size down

    I really like these much better fit and looks than a brand that was almost twice as expensive. I am usually a 34x34 but I listened to the feedback and ordered a size down 32x34 and they fit nice with a belt and look good. They do run large in the waist and in the length, so I could have gone with a 32x32 but I like them longer with the bend on the bike. Trust me, go the smaller size in the waist. My regular size would have been way too large. The Kevlar lining is soft so it doesn't bother you at all, but they are a bit warmer on really hot 90 days. You'll appreciate them on cooler days for sure. I ride with pads in the knees and they are not even noticeable at all. I should have ordered two pair of these jeans.

    Great Pants - wdiazinc   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: roomy and comfortable
    Cons: none yet

    Pants are very comfortable and roomy. cant say yet whether there's anything about them I don't like. so far so good.

    slider ridder jeans - cana   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: the summer pants that I have been looking for
    Cons: a little heavy, pads fllop around some

    Great for Summer ridding. Casual look. Easy on and off. Works over a pair of shorts

    Sliders 4.0 - Classic Nighthawk Owner   British Columbia Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lightweight, look like regular jeans
    Cons: waist a bit big but then again I've lost some weight

    These are great quality jeans and very comfortable. At 6'6 the length was perfect.

    They did the job - uneasy4now   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great performance, well constructed, and comfortable
    Cons: Pretty warm when it's hot out

    In late July, while wearing my Sliders 4.0 jeans, my bike and I took an unintended slide down the asphalt. When it was over, there was a small rip in the denim at the knee, but the Kevlar was intact. Now a true believer in the value of Sliders jeans, I ordered a replacement pair. Note that I didn't say I wasn't hurt -- I still had a nasty bruise and road rash on my knee, but the Sliders did all that could be expected. It would have been much worse without them. I've now added knee armor for enhanced protection.

    Will work in a crash - David Steinfeld   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great protection in a crash
    Cons: Sizes run big and long. Order one size lower and shorter

    I have worn my Sliders jeans for two summer seasons, and the best thing I can say is that you WILL wear them when its too hot to wear anything else Take my word for it, they work great in a crash. I was traveling almost 50mph on the interstate when I guy sideswiped me trying to do a double lane change. I and my bike were knocked to the I asphalt, and I was slammed against the Jersey wall and then slid about 50 yards before I came to a stop. But other than a huge bruise on my butthip and some minor cuts on my knee and calf, I was OK. PLEASE order the knee pads with these jeans and WEAR THEM They definitely saved my knee caps from being worn away The jeans were torn up back pocket, knee, and side, but didn't get through the Kevlar, and it saved my body from major damage. I highly recommend these jeans

    Comfortable, Lightweight - Ryan Criddle   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight, they don't look weird or anything like that, kevlar lining
    Cons: Inside seam right on the knee

    The only real negative I've encountered so far is that there's a seam on the inside of the legs that rubs on my knees - not the end of the world but it is a little irritating Other than that, i absolutely love them. Good for hot days

    Good quality - Chris R   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Glad I took the advice of earlier reviews and ordered a size smaller. I wear a 33 waist no belt needed and the 32 waist sliders I ordered are just big enough that a belt will be necessary for me. Length was accurate for me at 32 as they fit well over my boots. I wear tall boots, zipper and Velcro on the sides and the pants fit over them fine.The construction and stitching seem very solid. The Kevlar on the inside seems adequate as far as material used, meaning it is complete coverage of the hipsbutt and knees.They fit comfortably and feel good against the skin, not harsh like I thought they would be. Overall I think it's a great product, hope to never write a review later about how they stand up to pavement I will be ordering another pair or two shortly.

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - SV650   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, protection, quality
    Cons: dark indigo color

    A well made pair of jeans reinforced with Kevlar. Pants are made with a heavy duty denim and held together with quality stitching, but they are still very comfortable. Just as the video review states, they are made slightly longer in length to accommodate a slightly aggressive riding position. The longer length feels great on the bike but is slightly annoying when walking around. I plan on always owning a pair to ride in.

    Very good value - ColoradoMtnGuy   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality at a good price
    Cons: The inside liner feels a little rough on the knees, but not uncomfortable

    I have the blue jeans and the black khakis. Both look very nice and are high quality. As others have mentioned in reviews, these run a little big but will shrink after a few washes. Comfortable except sometimes I notice the roughness of the liner that covers the kevlar in the knee area. Cut is boxy but comfy. These are a good value at the 85 price point. I will probably buy a third pair in another color.

    Not yet tested in Extremeis, Fit well - bigjohnsd   SD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit is great, Comfortable abd good looking,
    Cons: NA

    I bought these to wear when it is just too damn hot to wear other protective pants or to wear when it is inconvenient to wear other pants and change at my destination.The pants fit well, the sizing is true.They are cool in warm weather, I have yet to and hope I don't ever test the functionality of the KEVLAR lining.Would buy again and would recommend to all.CA provided good service and delivery on the date estimated when i purchased these kevlar motorcycle jeans

    Sliders Riding Jeans - Mike R   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Jeans are durable, Sizing and Fit are roomy
    Cons: Installing the add-on pads is a bit of a pain

    These are the second pair of Slider jeans that I have purchased at Competition Accessories. The fit runs slightly large on these jeans If your a 38 waist I would recommend purchasing a 36 waist. The jeans are durable and comfortable. They machine wash just fine. If there is any negative it is the add-on pads for knee protection are a bit of a pain to put in and take out of the velcro lined holders. They also move a little and tend to be on the inside of my knees. I find these jeans very comfortable on long rides most of my riding is touringcamping. I would recommend these jeans to anyone who is looking for reasonably priced leg protection while riding.

    Best kevlar pants - David   MS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Not hot
    Cons: None

    Great for on the bike and off. Had to order size smaller but a great fit. We usually wear riding gear but with these you don 't have to take them off when you go walking around. Great comfort .

    Sliders 4.0 kevlar jeans - Liam G   AUCKLAND Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good value for Kevlar motorcycle jeans
    Cons: [None]

    True to size, fit well. Lightweight and comfortable.

    Sliders Jeans - Chuck   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, Comfort, Looks and Construction
    Cons: None

    The best thing about these jeans is that you WILL wear them. I rarely wear my dedicated slip-over riding pants and now with it being hot, there is no way I'm going to wear them. But I do and will wear the sliders and they do offer more protection than regular pants. They do run big. I wear 32x34 in jeans. I ordered 30x34 and they fit fine.

    Great product... - Clint   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very well made kevlar riding denim pants
    Cons: Heavy...

    These are great jeans. I haven't tested them in a crash yet, but that's a good thing I own two pairs of these jeans now, and they're comfortable and exceptionally well made. The only downside is they're heavier than regular jeans, which is to be expected - given the extra protection. Definitely worth the money.

    3rd Pair Ordered, Kevlar Protection at it best - JW of CO   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality protection and comfortable to wear.
    Cons: Order one size down for correct fit

    I have an earlier review explaining the sizing problem. I found my second pair fit so well and was so comfortable to wear that I had to have another pair in the other color. This time I ordered over the phone as I had some credit coming. GREAT customer service in making the order.

    Slider 4.0 Jeans - Mike C   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: A lot of Kevlar more coverage in knee area, Lining in knees makes pants cooler then other ones I have purchased, heavy denim material
    Cons: Run a little large in the waste and around the hips

    I bought these riding jeans in early July so far I am very happy with them. Kevlar jeans are noted for being hot and I have a couple of pair of those. These jeans because they have a mesh liner in the knees to put in additional armor are cooler. Also the Kevlar in the knees runs up higher. Thus, if you have short legs like I do the Kevlar actually goes above my knees when bent, where the other pairs I have it ends right on the knee. Lastly these jeans run a little large in the hips and waste. If you are a skinny guy who can wear skinny jeans you will be disappointed. I however am not lucky to be built that way and found the lose hips makes the jeans cooler also for the Kevlar is not right next to your skin. As far as the waste I don't mind having the extra room for the summer - beer, ice cream allowance I give myself. Ride safe and look both ways twice.

    Great Pants - Livermore, CA   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, flexible
    Cons: Warmer than jeans

    I have two pairs, one I ordered my regular size, and the second down one waist size. The second fit well, the first definitely require a belt. Recently took an 8 day, 3200 mile ride to Glacier, with temperatures ranging from 50 to 110. Jeans were comfortable, but in the 110 were definitely warmer than non reinforced jeans. Compare these to other brands and you will find more kevlar than the competition. Also, these are much easier to wear than putting on and taking off overpants at work every day.

    Sliders - Ducati Jim   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Warm, not hot. Keep the wind out. Repels rain for a while
    Cons: [None]

    Great pair of riding pants. As everyone said they come large I am a 33 waist and the 34 are real big on me, but I think a 32 would be too small. Great for those cool mornings. But comfortable on really hot days too. I am pleasantly surprised on their versatility. Good value also.

    Awesome - SteakFury   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable durable
    Cons: Heavy duh run large

    These are great jeans. They do run large so try them on before you rip off the tags and throw them in the wash the first time. Yea I did that. They are really nice and a good bargain so I'll either fatten up so that these fit better or just order another pair.

    Slider Jeans - Mike Z   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable Great Stitching Soft Fabric
    Cons: [None]

    I've been out on a few rides now with these jeans. They fit really well and look like any other pair of jeans. The jeans are heavier for sure though due to the kevlar that has been sewn into the pants.The inseam on the website pretty much is the length of the pants. Also, the pant tend to run big. I usually wear 40x32 jeans and needed to exchange my sliders for a size smaller 38x32. I've even contemplated going a size smaller.If you get the knee pads to go with the jeans like I did, you may have to readjust the knee pads every so often when riding for them sit on your knee instead of off to the side. The pocket inside of the jeans that holds the knee pads is very wide allowing the knee pad to move around a decent amount.Overall I'm very happy with the pants and would definitely recommend to others.

    good value for the price - HR   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: loose fitting, good kevlar coverage, well made overall.
    Cons: sizing is odd,

    This is a nice alternative to a full riding suit which is what I usually wear but can be awkward going shopping, in the mall etc. I ordered a size down, Normally a 36-37 but went with a 34. Fits good and still a little room in the waist, but I wear these over my body armor so it's perfect. Definitely order a size smaller. Fabric is pretty thick, I was pleasantly surprised. Pockets deep enough that it didn't bother me like some cheaper jeans I own and stuff can work it's way out. Haven't put them through the washer yet but there's margin for some shrinking. For the price compared to what you get, I think it's a very good value.

    Hope I never need them - David B   KY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy duty, kevlar lined, CE armor in knees
    Cons: No armor pockets for hips

    Wow, are these things heavy Which is a good thing if I ever hit the deck. I am very impressed with this product and have confidence they will do their job if I drop. I have used them several times on 90 degree days and I was surprised that I wasn't burning up in them. Actually, they seemed to shield me from some of the heat of my exhaust. As for sizing, I wear a 4230 in most relaxed fit jeans. Lots of reviews said they run large, but I found it the opposite. I had to return the 42's because the waist was just too tight. The 44's were perfect, after washing and placement of hip armor. Speaking of hip armor, CA should consider pockets in the hips for armor placement. The knee pockets are great, but hip pockets would be an even added bonus. As it is, I bought some under-armor type briefs to hold the hip armor in place. I'm not too sure they would stay in place during a drop, but it beats nothing.

    Sliders - Frosty   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look great, made of good material
    Cons: do not come in 29 inseam. Knee pad would not stay at the top.

    I really liked the pants but too long and knee pads keep sliding down. I took them to a tailor had the inseam brought up one inch and had the knee pad sewn just where I want them. They wash well with pads in. It cost me 16 dollars to get the fixed for my exact size. There great. Not hot like my leathers and very comfortable. I got them on sale and with a cheep fix there are perfect fit. Yes I would recommend these pants. Next time they are on sale I will buy a couple more

    Use for commuting - Slider jeans   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection
    Cons: Sizing is as reviewed by others

    Comfortable loose fittingLooks like regular jeans.I wear these or the cargo version to commute to work.In the summer I get the protection on the bike and with the air conditioning at the office the heavier wait is ok, otherwise I'd wear my mesh pants instead.

    Sliders Jeans black - Higgins   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice fit, run a bit large, great value
    Cons: None

    I usually wear a 33 waist and 30 length, initially ordered 34-32, but was swimming in those. So I reordered 32-30 which fit great so they run a little large. Turnaround time from Competition Accessories for the orders and refund was prompt. I recommend the jeans and CA.

    What I Expected - Bill B.   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Extra Protection, Reasonable Appearance, Loose Fit
    Cons: Heavy

    I'm a fairly large guy and all my clothes are pretty heavy, but these jeans set a new record for me. That's no surprise given the extra fabric and cut, but it will keep me from wearing them on local rides when I'm on and off the bike. They WILL be used on longer rides like the 425 mile ride I took last week up to the mountains for a day. The weather ranged from 87 on Maryland's Eastern Shore to 62 in Shenandoah National Park and I was comfortable the whole time. When you are on the bike, you don't really notice the weight, but when you are walking around, they feel bulky. I was expecting the Kevlar to be stiff, but it's actually pretty soft. You never really know how good any gear is until you go down, but I'm sure that they will provide much more protection in a slide and I would give a glowing after-action report. The knee armor fit pretty well in the pocket, but tended to turn to the inside of my legs. I doubt that anything other than pure luck would get it to fit 'just right' in any brand of jean. The armor is comfortable because the jeans are a loose fit. I'm basically between a 42 and 44 waist closer to 44 in a regular jean and I ordered the 42 waist. They fit my waist with no problem. I would recommend these jeans to others that want the extra protection, but I would make sure they don't expect them to feel like a regular pair of jeans. Regardless of any other issues, you can't go wrong at this price.

    Outstanding - Pilgrim   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality
    Cons: Nothing really

    Very impressed with the fit and quality of the material. Design could literally save your arse Inseam was a little short compared to my normal Levi 565 jeans and the waist a little big, but not day and night. If they hold up half as well as their first impression, I will be satisfied. Thanks

    The best - Andy   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fit great, and work if you do come of your bike.
    Cons: [None]

    I have a few of these slider 04 jeans because they work.

    Great Jeans - Richard   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, made of high quality materail
    Cons: Their a little baggy in the legs

    I wear a 33 waist with a 30 inseam in Wranglers. I ordered 32 waist with a 30 inseam and they fit perfect. The description in the video explained by Rubin is dead on. The pant legs are a lose fit so knee pads could move a little in an over the bars dismount, but I'm sure they would protect your knees from contact with the bars, which if it ever happened would be well worth the money spent on the jeans. They are a little long in the legs to accommodate sitting on the bike, but the jeans are very comfortable to wear. They could be worn as regular jeans in cooler weather. I'm glad I bought them and would buy them again. I ordered the knee pads at the same time as the jeans and would suggest you do the same since they work very well together

    Nice Jeans - Mr. Twister   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality construction, look like regular jeans, lots of kevlar.
    Cons: Cut a little looser than my usual jeans.

    This is a really nice, heavey duty pair of kevlar motorcycle jeans that offers a lot of kevlar protection. They are well made and look like any other jeans. I ordered one size down in the waist and my normal leg length. They are still a bit loose in the waist and are also pretty long. I like the length for boot coverage when riding. The cut seems rather full, but I am a fairly thin guy. You have to make sure the velcro on the knee armor pockets is mated and closed properly or you might feel the hook side digging into you knees. Not a problem, just something to ne aware of. I wanted some protective gear that looks like normal clothing off the bike. That's just what I got with Sliders Jeans. Great price too

    Slider Jeans - C. Hess   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable, nice fit, knee pads are adjustable.
    Cons: pants a little long but okay

    I shopped for a few months before deciding on these jeans. I felt that they offered more bang for my buck and the offer the most protection even better than some better known name brands. I wear these anytime that i'm out on my bike. The knee pads are great, they slide from left to right but once you adjust them they tend to stay where they need to. I'm thinking about buying the blue pair I currently have the black ones. Overall, i'm glad that I purchased these.

    2nd pair ordered BUT - JW of CO   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: well made and appears to provide good protection
    Cons: size misleading

    I just ordered my 2nd pair but dropped down 1 size from 34 waist to 32 waist. I normally have a 33 waist 34 waist normally perfect for me and I tried everything to try and shrink my first order. Nothing worked and they will still fall off me without a belt. GREAT PANTS and QUALITY but drop down 1 size to have a good fit.

    closest to regular jeans - Rick   IN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Not as baggy or unconventional as other brands
    Cons: I'm skinny, could use a slim size

    Look like regular jeans, could be slimmer, but my Bohn armor fits well underneath, that protection plus the Kevlar in the jeans gives me comfort knowing I'm being as safe as I can be, live in Indiana, so no helmet laws, and I see people on bikes in tennis shoes, shorts, n T-shirts wout a helmet Seen at least 10 bike accidents, 2 deaths,.....wake up

    riding jeans - paul   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good price.made good
    Cons: [None]

    I really like these riding jeans.they are comfortable to wear on or off the bike.

    just right - Phil   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit and look great
    Cons: Should have bought another pair when they were on sale

    Pretty straight forward really. They fit right I normally wear 35, but ordered the 34 on advice from other reviews and they look great. Feel much better about the unlikely event of taking a slide now and I am free of the summer unfriendly over-pants. Will be buying another pair.

    Sliders 4.0motorcycle riding jeans - Mark   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: The safety factor.
    Cons: [None]

    Have not gone down on the asphalt with them but knowing they are there gives my piece of mind.

    Excellent - Rando   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good look, good fit, good protection
    Cons: none

    These look pretty much like any pair of jeans. They are a bit loose when ordering in your size as many have said, but I would not want them tight anyway. I just tighten the belt a bit and they are comfortable. Added protection because of the kevlar, so they look good and do the job. I bought the knee protectors later, I suggest you get them with the jeans. The front pockets are a little tricky, but once you figure it out watch the video the whole thing works well. I feel much more secure riding with these rather than regular jeans. Highly recommend.

    great pants - dewhit   UT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: durable and comfortable
    Cons: sizing is hit and miss

    Pants are great but it took me three tries to get the right size.I have a 35.5-36 waist so I started with a 34-32 which was huge in the waist and covered my feet. Ended up ordering a 32 waist which fits nice, not tight or baggy.I have a 31 inseam and started with a 32 which covered my feet but probably because of the huge seat which lowered the start of the inseam. Tried a 30 inseam and that fit nice as pants but settled on a 32 inseam with a 32 waist, not 34 to be long enough to cover the top of my boots when riding. That's worth them being a little long while walking around.I have 3 501's labelled 3 different sizes so labels for these or any other pants you own don't mean anything, go with real measurements and then go up a little on the inseam and down at least one, maybe two sizes in the waist.32-32 is what I finally ordered and they're great for my 36-31 real measurement numbers.

    Great riding jeans - SYMark   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Price and comfort
    Cons: None yet

    Only wore these jeans a couple of times so far since it's been hot here and the jeans are pretty thick but they are very comfortable, very heavy duty w Kevlar where you want it and look great working fine for workoffice pants. I ordered the 32 which is what I wear in jeans and they fit perfect. Plenty warm this morning in upper 40 deg temps but would be too warm for me in 90 deg temps. Overall great value and quality jeans

    Slider Jeans - Wayne from FL   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: They go over my regular jeans in the winter and a baggy enough for the FL summer.
    Cons: None

    I bought these jeans because of the Kevlar and I bought them large enough to slide over my regular jeans in winter and they are baggy enough for me in the summer. They call them sliders for a reason. If you hit a tree, sliders are not going to help, but if hit the road and slide these are what you want. The wash well and maintain their size. Nice and easy to maintain. -Wayne

    great pants - Summicron   WI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable with feeling that denim and kevlar will offer protection when you dont want armor
    Cons: I wore a size small than usual

    Comfortable pants, well made, and even help in cooler weather. This is a great buy in kevlar jeans.

    Fancy Pants - bahoofama   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy duty. Shrinks to a good fit after wash and dry.
    Cons: Knee armor can move laterally. Questionable whether armor will be in place in a fall. Better than nothing.

    Great pants. Very heavy duty. Better than expected.

    Jeans - OPNRD   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great for the price
    Cons: None.

    Exactly as advertised. Loose fitting so will make great cold weather jeans with long underwear.I will order another pair and have already recommended these to my riding friends.

    Great Riding Jeans - Joe   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Surprisingly comfortable, loose fit and generous length
    Cons: [None]

    After having an accident where regular jeans were shredded like paper, I wanted riding jeans that offered more protection. I bought a pair of sliders for me and the women's version for my wife. The jeans look good and are comfortable on long rides.

    Sliders 4.0 Kevlar Jeans - Anthony M.   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy duty material and stylish
    Cons: None

    The fit and quality is spot on. These jeans are stylish and fit great. The construction and weight give me peace of mind that, in the event of a spill, I will have substantially more protection than I would with regular jeans.

    good pants - jesse a   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: confident in protectoon
    Cons: hot

    These are vary nice, well well worth the money. I got my exact size and they fit big, but we, I'm on the bike. I feel confident these will have good protection if I go sliding. The denim part is kinda think, so not the best on hot days. I wear these when riding out to school and look like regular jeans. I will Polly get another pair too.

    Sliders... - Homie   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy Duty and with Kevlar protection sewed inside....Fair price also....
    Cons: No cons yet but haven't taken a fall to test 'em Hopefully won't.

    Good product, good price and good quick service...

    Sliders Matter - VFR Rick   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great quality...good protection
    Cons: Have to really place knee cups in carefully to be there if you need them.

    Over all I have 3 pairs so I wear them every time I ride commuting and for fun. I want the Kevlar there if need. They look fine for going out where ever you wear jeans or cargo's.they are sized alittle big,but good for wearing more armor underneath or you want to. Also priced right & wear forever

    Great Pants - adt   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, appearance, quality
    Cons: Slight sizing difference in models I received

    I purchased one each of the Sliders 4.0 Jeans, 4.0 Khakis, and 4.0 Cargos. The jeans are blue, and the Khaki and Cargos are both tan. The tan in the Khakis and Cargos is just a tad darker than in the product pic, for which I am glad. The color is quite nice. The blue in the jeans is represented well on the product page.I normally wear Wrangler relaxed fit 38x30 jeans. I can wear the regular fit, and can easily fit in regular or relaxed 36x30. While the waist is fine, the thighs tend to be a bit tight, so I wear the 38x30 relaxed with a belt for a comfortable fit. This is my normal jean fitment. Now on to the Sliders I could see that there were different sizing opinions on each review, so I decided to order all the same size, in my normal jean size, and see what fits best. I have to say the Khakis come closest to my normal fit. The Jeans are just a tad big, the Khakis fit me great, and the Cargos are just a tad tight in the waist, but a great loose fit everywhere else. I am not sure if every pair would be this way or if the sizing varies that much on each model. But all of them fit well enough that I will keep them all and wear them a lot. I really do like these pants. I needed something I could wear to work and be comfortable and protected, yet not have to deal with overpants. They all feel like I am wearing a pair of flannel lined pants. All the pants are very comfortable and warm on cold days, but not overly hot on warmer days. I could wear them through the summer here in the southeast hot-humid, although it will be a bit hot in the middle of summer if I'm working outside.I don't wear the knee protectors with them, so I cannot comment on that, but the armor pockets seem very comfortable and well thought out. I have not tested the protection that these pants would provide in a slide, and I certainly hope that I don't ever have to. Saying that, the stitching quality, weight of the Kevlar, and overall feel of the pants gives me confidence that these would hold up to their claims. I really do like these pants, and I am glad that I got them. When I order more, I will order the Cargos and Khakis in different colors. Nothing against the jeans at all they are great pants and I love them. But the Cargos and Khakis look good enough to wear to work or any other place where business-casual attire would be fitting.I hope this helps others in their decision. I am glad I ordered them as they seem to be one of the best deals out there for Kevlar lined casual pants. I will certainly order more as I need them.Thanks.

    RIding Jeans - Bosch   NM Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, comfort, looks
    Cons: [None]

    Excellent product. Wife agrees.

    Slider jeans work out well - Ninja1000   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy material, lots of kevlar, roomy fit
    Cons: cheapy section where knee pads fit in. Valcro is funcky

    I am really pleased with these jeans. Definitely worth the money I paid. I will be purchasing another pair in the future and I have recommended them to my friends.

    Sliders - Charlie   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort
    Cons: none

    I love these pants wear them all the time not only when riding. Have 3 pairs now

    Sliders - Keith   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: nice fit , comfortable, great price,
    Cons: none

    good product, fast shipping, looks like I'll be getting more in the future.

    Sliders Jeans - Maddog   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Style, weight and price
    Cons: A little oversized.

    The jeans are very comfortable and the material is heavy weight. The price was very good compared to comparable style riding jeans. They look like normal every day jeans vs the riding jeans that have different patches, stripes, etc. that you see. Ordered my normal size pants and they were huge. After a couple washes they fit very well but still a lot of room. It would be nice if they came in odd sizes such as 35, etc.

    Great Product - Bri   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, excellent jeans
    Cons: None

    Great riding jeans, heavy material, look forward to riding with them on.. Good protection.

    Sliders 4.0 - Legs   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Totally happy with purchase
    Cons: None

    I think these have as much protection as possible without making them to heavy. Plenty of Kevlar in the right places. I ordered the knee armor with these and it took a little adjusting but now they fit perfect. Easy to install. Just feel a little more protected with the armor.

    Great pants - Kawi rider   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable
    Cons: [None]

    Loved first pair so much that I order after 2 years another sliders jeans. They are true to size and fit perfectly with great kevlar protection.

    sliders - Dave   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy denim, looks good, lots of protection where you need it
    Cons: run big

    Very good riding jeans for the money. I ordered one size smaller in the waist. They do run fairly large in waist and also long. I need to roll up a cuff if I wear with my sport boots and they are fine with my leather cruiser boots because they have a large sole. Denim seems of good quality and fairly thick. Kevlar appears to be in all the right spots and heavy enough for protection. I would definetely rather be wearing these than regular jeans if I ever go down. I personally with they were tapered a little in the ankle but the rest is good. The denim is thick but its also a soft denim, I would like it to be a little stiffer but we will see after I wash them. I would recommend them and they do look like regular jeans so you don't look out of place while walking around in public.

    A Must Have - Frank   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, Comfort, Practical, The Real Deal
    Cons: None

    These jeans are the real deal. If you're looking for a quality pair of riding pants for the money, look no further. For me, the fit was true to size with the jeans but I went up a size with the cargo pants.

    Sliders 4.0 jeans - Buster   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit , comfortable
    Cons: none

    I ordered these big after reading previous reviews , one size up in the waist and they fit perfect. They fit like a Levi 550 , very comfortable without binding. So far I have worn them on a 90 degree Arizona ride as well as 30 degree NC rides. Love the look of jeans while having the protection and ability to add knee protection. Great buy

    Sliders Jeans - Thumbs Up - Steve72901   AR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nicely made, heavy material, look like they will do the job if needed
    Cons: Knee armor difficult to install and remove, bulky when packed

    Like everyone says, buy one size smaller in the waist than you normally wear. Length seems a bit on the long side, but not enough to compensate for. Little or no shrinkage when washed.These are heavy jeans. They will take up more space when taking extras on road trips. I can live with that extra bulk if it saves my skin in a wreck. They appear to be very well made and should hold up for a long time.The knee armor is difficult to install and take out. I thought I could get by with one set and move them around to multiple sets of jeans. That doesn't work. It's too time consuming. And, I think the material that holds them in place would not hold up well to all that tugging and pulling. Buy a set for each pant.Overall, a nice product and certainly worth the sale price I paid for them.

    SLIDER RIDING JEANS - DOG   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Cons: NONE


    Slider 4.0 Jeans - TEXREX02   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Soft fabric, loose fit.
    Cons: A little long in the leg

    I bought these on the recommendation of a friend and I am very impressed with the quality of the constriction as well as how soft the denim material is. I also purchased the knee pads and as others have stated the protection would be minimal at best in a crash situation I have since purchased a set of MX kneeshin guards. I'm 6 '4 210# and I wear a 36 X 34 loose fit Levi and the 36 X 34 slider pants fit very nice. They have a loose fit that is very comfortable for all day riding although the length is probably about 1 - 2 longer than necessary which allows the pant leg to drag when walking, not a big deal really, and folks with a longer inseam will probably appreciate this. In my case a belt is a must, but again I'll say that the loose fit is very comfortable for all day rides and allows room for shin pads and probably padded riding shorts as well.

    sliders jeans - charles   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    excellent buy i love them

    great protection - bueller   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: solid contruction, great value
    Cons: blue isnt in very fashionable wash

    heavy contruction. lots of protection. cant beat the price. normally wear 34-32 in jeans. my inseam actually measures to 30 or 31. ordered 32 waist and 30 inseam and fit is spot on. length has enough extra to not ride up when on sportbike but i dont walk all over the heel either. only con would be the wash for the blue but it doesnt look bad. most people probably wont know you arent wearing regular jeans. highly recommended.

    well made jeand - yankee   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fit good, very heavy
    Cons: Run a little small, kind of dark in color compared to pics

    Solid jeans, like the armor options for the knees, but if you wear a 36 levi, go down 2 on the waist. otherwise very nice jeans.

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - Mikey   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    This is my 2d pair of these excellent jeans Luckily they bring the aura of safety & I haven't had to use their Kevlar re-enforced panels. Fit runs on the loose side which is ideal for me. Planning on another pair soon but in cargo style. Great value from an outstanding customer oriented supplier.

    Sliders jeans - Steve   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable look good
    Cons: A little baggy around the ankles.

    I wear size 38 x 30 ordered 36 X 30 fit good Heavy denim a little more wind resistance so warmer but not uncomfortable. Ordered a black pair liked them so much I ordered a 2nd pair in blue. Shipping was as advised.

    Great - Steve   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit and protection
    Cons: A little heavy

    Free shipping and received next day live in SC . As others have stated, these pants can run a little big. I wear a 33- 34 w... 32 L . I ordered the 32w and they were a perfect fit although they were a tad to long , but not long enough to hinder riding or dragging on ground with boots on.They are heavier than your average jeans, but they contain Kevlar which is excellent for protection.Protection is in all the right places. I doubt you will find a better pair of riding jeans at this great price.Easy to deal with, no hassle shopping

    Sliders Pants - Yamaha triple   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit well, Quality Denim..
    Cons: Look a little baggy

    Bought a waist size smaller, usually wear a 36, bought the very nice. Confident they'llprotect in a crash...

    Great Value - LA Victory Rider   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality and price
    Cons: No so far

    I love these riding jeans. Like everybody else said, they run large in the waist. I went down a size and they fit fine.

    Bike nights - Keith   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Appear very well made
    Cons: big

    I haven't had a chance to really use these on the bike yet. They appear very well made but are cut large for sure. I need a belt to keep them on and they are still very full through the legs. I sat on the bike with them on and think they'll be comfortable to ride in. I'm an ATGATT guy but wanted something for those quick trips to nearby bike nights. These will do nicely for that.

    Slider Jeans - Silverfox09   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, good value. fit good, kevlar protection
    Cons: A little long, baggy around the ankles lower calf

    Very impressed with the kevlar riding jeans.t I general buy 38 X 30 Jeans because I cannot by 38 X 29. Ordered the 36 X 30 Fit good around the butt and waist but too long for walking. I have to roll up the hems. The length is Ok with boots when riding but are about an inch longer than regular jeans. Have not washed them yet so they may shrink. I where boots but not cowboy style the jeans are definitely cut for boots as the tend to flap when riding, Offer more wind protection than regular jeans. Going to buy another pair

    Great Pants - Gary   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Plenty of room and length
    Cons: Needs to be tapered more at the ankles, offer longer sizes for smaller waist sizes

    These pants are great, you get a lot for your money. I am 6'3 and 230 with a long torso and I have had a horrendous time trying to find pants with enough length, the longest length I have been able to find is 34 which are always a tad too short. I only have 3 minor problems with these pants and I mean minor. 1. I wear a 40-42 waist and since these pants run big, I would need a 38x36 or a 40x36 size but the smallest waist size for a 36 length is 42 so I had to buy the 42x36 size and the waist is a little too big, but a good belt resolves that issue so it's not a big deal at all the pants have good room while not being overly baggy.2. Also the length is a tad long, sometimes I end up stepping on the bottom of the pants with certain boots on and I'm hoping that after a few washes they will shrink enough that this won't be a problem. Again not a deal breaker at all because it's too long by just a very small amount. 3. I would also like the leg to be tapered a little more so that the ankle opening is smaller so that the pants don't flap in the wind as much. If the ankle opening was smaller that would also solve the problem of the pants being a tad too long because the opening wouldn't be wide enough to go over the heel of your boot.As I said, these are all very minor problems, so minor in fact that I bought a second pair of these pants.

    Sliders - Bill   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable
    Cons: they run large

    I ordered a size smaller than what I normally wear and they fit right on the money. They are comfortable while riding. I recommend and the price was nice too

    Sliders are OK - Sliders Are OK   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit was spot on, kevlar
    Cons: A little Heavy, hope they won't be too hot in Summer

    I was impressed with the Sliders Jeans however, I thought they were to include a pocket for knee inserts that I couldn't find. No Big Deal, I don't knee'd them anyway lol. I thought the fit was perfect, I wear a 36 in levis and these fit great. A relaxed fit so I can were my armored shorts underneath. Plenty of room very comfortable. They are heavy, so wearing in summer may be different experience. Comp Acc. got them to me right away, great store and I will be a repeat customer

    great product - jason023   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great value
    Cons: na

    great pants, good construction were heavier than i thought, read sizing info they do run a big

    Great jeans. Great price. - Zac R. Omaha NE   NE Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable jeans. Fit well. Offer great protection, and great price.
    Cons: Sizing is off. They seem to fit quite loose and too baggy for my taste.

    As stated above. -The only negative I can think of is sizing. Order 2 pairs in 2 different sizes to make sure I got a good fit. Not looking for skinny style jeans, but also dont want to be wearing a pair that super baggy either.Great price. Found them on sale for 69 a pair.Good protection. Very comfortable.They do get warm in warm weather riding. Buy a pair. You wont be disappointed.

    Slider 4.0 - Dyna2014   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality, large section of Kevlar
    Cons: Baggy

    These pants should work well this Spring. They felt good on - although much baggier than I generally like. I added the knee pads and the pants have 3 adjustments so you can tailor where the pads fit you.

    Satisfied Customer - M W Floyd   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality, good fit , looks good and feels good, good bargan and would buy again
    Cons: No con and don't expect any

    I might just buy another pair

    Medic - Troy   OK Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality Construction
    Cons: Run's a little big

    Good Quality Pants. They run a little big. So plan to order one size smaller.

    Very satisfied - Jerry   NV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable with good protection value. Don't look like classic motorcycle pants, look more like casual jeans.
    Cons: Sizes run large.32 fits like a 34

    The sliders look great and wash very easy. Good quality and will last a long time. Great value.

    Sliders riding jeans - Sliders 4.0 riding jeans   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    This is a Christmas present, so I can't review it till after christmas

    Kevlar Riding pants - Eric Van   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Comfortable, sized right and perfect for mild weather down to mid 40's riding.

    Really nice kevlar motorcycle jeans - Peter A   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, heavy weight, good fit, Kevlar
    Cons: [None]

    I have not had these long enough to give a long term review, but I can say they fit great and are heavy enough to provide plenty of protection, plus there is Kevlar All that and they look really good too

    Bought 2 pair of Kevlar Jeans - sabunim5   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: One set of protectived inserts transfers between pairs
    Cons: Warmer than expected I live in Fla.

    I bought a pair of these jeans and the protective inserts after reading a glowing review of them. I then rode with them for several months. I liked the well enough to buy a second pair. It was nice not to have to buy a second pair of the inserts. It was also nice that they come in more than one color. These pants do not scream riding gear when you are off the bike. They are not exactly a jeans fashion statement, but they are a lot more normal looking than a lot of bike pants with this level of protection. If you live in a hot climate you may prefer mesh in the summer. With the right underlayers, they should be comfortable in some pretty cold weather. Good product at a good price from a good supplier.

    More Sliders - Hecam   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great jeans
    Cons: [None]

    Second purchase of Sliders jeans. Bought first pair after seeing MCN review and rating, return customer based on first purchase. The jeans are great they are cut big, are comfortable to ride in and look nice.

    Sliders 4.0 - harlan   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good fit
    Cons: none yet

    Our weather put an early end to our riding season but pants fit comfortably and have good pockets.Will most likely add knee pads for most rides. Thanks

    Recommend - Slider 4.0 jeans   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: They do not look like motorcycle gear.
    Cons: [None]

    Comfortable in both summer and winter and the pockets have plenty of room. I just bought a 2nd pair.

    Good - Blackhawkxx   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Seems well made.
    Cons: Not sure.

    I waited for these pants to go on sale, which don't happen often. So now it is winter and I have not ridden in them yet. They seem well made. Like most reviews said, I ordered one size down. In jeans I wear a 34 and I ordered a 32. They fit like a 33 12 and after they are worn for a while, I bet they will fit like a 34. Since I have not ridden in them, I can't say if the knee pads will stay where they need to be or not.

    Slider Jeans - Stratoliner Cruiser   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent quality, comfort and protection.
    Cons: None

    Every Biker should wear these skin and life saving jeans, There is nothing tougher than Kevlar. While cotton jeans shred quickly followed by your even less sturdy skin the kevlar resists the road and remains intact protecting your most valuable and abundant of all body organs.Mums buy these for your husbands and kids.Plus in the cooler seasons they are warmer than regular jeans.Remember always wear a jacket and helmet. You can't enjoy your bike if you are maimed or worse dead.

    sliders kevlar jeans - dave from va   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: saftey, price
    Cons: none

    they come a little big so get a size smaller. My 1& 34 inch wide belt will not fit the loops.

    comfortable - slider jeans   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, soft
    Cons: [None]

    the jeans are great. sizing is a bit large so i wear a 40 x 30 an had to buy a 38 x 30. other then that i am very happy with them. this is my second pair as i keep a back up pair. the price is right.

    well-worth the money... - Jaison L.H.   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: protective, stylish, not too expensive
    Cons: not inexpensive enough...

    Very solid product. I used to wear a size 40 in Sliders, lost weight and bought this size 36. Normal non-moto pants i wear are 38. these sliders run big, in case you didn't realize. very solid product. highly recommended. 80 isn't bad. but they could always be cheaper haha. and people don't realize they are motorcycle jeans until they come close up. I got the blue ones. get some.

    Excellent Value and Quality - ABS   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy material, Great quality, armor pockets
    Cons: None

    These jeans fit well and are very comfortable. They come in even waist sizes and I have a odd number waist size. I ordered one size below and it fits very well. Happy with it.

    Sliders WORK - Ken R.   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protective, well made, confortable
    Cons: None

    In September 2013 my son laid down his bike on a mountain road in California. It was a pretty rough landing. He suffered a broken finger and a concussion. His boots were torn up as well. Fortunately, that was the worst of it. He also got some road rash even though he was wearing a leather jacket and gloves. We checked his riding gear after he was released from a stay in the hospital. Most of the gear had to be tossed out. The awesome thing was his Sliders. Not a thread torn. We couldn't even tell the jeans had been tossed off a bike and slid across the asphalt. Even more importantly, the Sliders did their job. Not one area of my son's body that were covered by the Sliders had abrasions or bruises. He used the CE knee armor and they worked as expected. It was a really devastating experience to come around the turn and see my son's bike down and him laying across the road. The outcome could have been different if he was wearing just a t-shirt and regular jeans. A HUGE THANK YOU to Competition Accessories for designing Sliders so well. They WORK

    I should have bought them years ago - superbikemike   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: protection and comfort at a fair price
    Cons: sizing is hit or miss

    Always wore an armored jacket and full face helmet but regular jeans that would be useless for protecting my legs. All bikers should get a pair.Just wish there were small elastic panels in the waistband as the 34 is way to big and the 32 a bit tight compared to the 34 or 35 Wranglers.

    great - steven   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: heavy weight, but comfortable, warm, good protection.
    Cons: can't think of any

    true story I bought these online and while I was waiting for them to arrive I discovered that the national chain store of motorcycling had just opened a few towns over. I went down to check em out and wound up buying a par of their house brand riding jeans for 20 bux less. I figured I would just return these. Once they arrived, I could see where the 20 went. These jeans are much heavier and feel more sturdy. I still like the other ones, but these are heavier and what I wear more often. rode with them today in 53 degree weather and was very comfy. I normally wear a 33X34 in levi's jeans and ordered a 32X34 and the fit was perfect Ce went in easily and fits in the right spot when riding. They are loose without being too baggy, the dark blue stone wash looks terrific. My wife tought they looked great and were just a nw pair of jeans I got. Nothing but good things from me

    Great, comfortable protection - B. Lewis   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit - comfort - protection with a side of wind-chill resistance
    Cons: Can be a tad warm in hot days

    Purchased these pants for me and my wife to ride to Chicago, and then to Milwaukee, from Hbg., PA for HD 110th to ease her apprehension and increase our protection. Well we trailered out but still wore them and she loved the fit and feel. I wore mine a bit earlier in June as I joined friends to The Tail of the Dragon as I too wanted protection on what I thought was a very challenging ride. It was warm and the pant felt a little too much for the temps but a small price to pay should I had taken a spill. Later, I got a pair for my son and he loves them. They run a bit large so if you're not quite the waist size you think more of a 33 rather than a 34 go to the lesser size. The knee armor I gave to my son and he liked them too.

    Great fitgood sizing - MountainDiavel   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sizing, material, comfort, fair price
    Cons: To heavy for summer

    Though material has fortunately not been tried out, appears heavy enough an in right spots to offer some protection.The fit was a surprise as I generally have trouble find jeans that fit as I am tall and not a bean pole. These fit very well and going to order another pair in a different color.The jeans are holding up well as they should at this point an look forward to using for many more rides in the future.

    Sliders 4.0 Riding Jeans with Kevlar - virgil   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great pair of Pants
    Cons: none

    Good pair of pants for the price

    excellent fit very good price - mikencol   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: bought my size and just enough added to ride comfortably
    Cons: none

    In the past I have bought other mc jeans and the regular size was not comfortable for riding. These have a bit of extra in the length and else where for a comfortable all day ride.Price was competitive with everyone else and free shipping.

    No rash - FistopherBrolumbus   RI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comparable to real jeans, kevlar lined, save you from roadrash
    Cons: Baggy on a skinny guy

    Good jeans, my friend who has the same pair went down at about 30 and was hit by a car, and he made it out okay, no roadrash- Sizes may run a little on the larger side, I usually wear 30-30's i'm about 5'9 and very skinny and these fit me similar to 32-32's or larger in regular jeans.- A little baggy all the way around, they give you enough room to have some really meaty legs and still fit loosely works out for me though because I always slip these on over whatever I'm wearing at the time, usually another pair of jeans or khakis.

    Comfortable fot the long haul - Rick S.   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, quality denim and kevlar, more protection than jeans
    Cons: nothing big

    Just got back from a 2500 mile trip and wore these pants every riding day. Despite some hot weather I never felt warmer than I did wearing jeans which is something I thought might happen. I actually think they may have helped a little as my bike gives off a lot of heat and the kevlar may have mitigated some of that. For not much more cash than plain jeans these pants might save some skin with no downside. As suggested by other reviewers I dropped down a size on the waist and they fit fine.

    Slider Kevlar Jeans - Very comfortable and protective - JEB - Houston, TX   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable, substantial protection in the right places
    Cons: A little on the warm side

    The denim is thick and heavy but soft so the jeans are very comfortable. The Kevlar protection is substantial in all of the right places. I normally wear 34x34 jeans but bought 32x34 as suggested by many of the other reviews and they fit perfectly so order a size down. Keep in mind that the heavy denim combined with the Kevlar will be warmer than normal jeans.

    Great Jeans - Vince   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Roomy, look sharp, durable, comfortable
    Cons: Seem to fade a bit, size can be difficult to determine

    Great Jeans I own 4 pair...Very comfortable and they look good but tend to fade a bit after a few washings. I personally don't like the extra liner for placing armour, so I cut that out...that takes all of 30 seconds. They are durable yet comfortable. They tend to be on the larger size regarding length and waist...a nice change for me I'm 6'2 220lbs and these jeans fit me perfect with a little extra room...I order 3636. Comfortable on long rides. Can be worn for all season riding.

    Loose weight fast - Victory Tourer   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look good, feel like you have protection
    Cons: Run B I G

    Every pair of jeans I own are either a 33 waist, or a loose 34, so I ordered 34's, they won't even stay on, so I ordered a 32 waist, They FIT like socks on a rooster, this is the best weight loss program I have ever tried, the Jeans, are all day comfy, and look pretty good, the added protection is basically unnoticeable, GET SOME

    Sliders pants - Ed   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent pant, thick denim, quality kevlar
    Cons: none


    Better than just Levi's - mnjaws   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, style, looks to be a long-wearing item
    Cons: None

    Much better choice than just wearing normal jeans to ride. Loose fit, deep pockets, and protection make it an excellent choice. I wear a 40 waist in Levi 569 jeans and ordered a 44 here. They fit great, and are maybe just a tad baggy but it will allow for long underwear during those colder rides. Highly recommended.

    Very good product - Jim W.   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, good bargain, arrived promptly, fits well.
    Cons: None

    I wasn't sure what to expect from the Jeans. Would they be bulky and uncomfortable or perhaps look like they wouldn't really do the job Well, they're great. They fit like a regular pair of jeans but have the extra protection advertised. The fit suggestions were just right. I ordered my regular inseam hoping they would be a bit longer when I'm in riding position and the fit is perfect. I ordered a bit smaller waist as suggested which fits just right. I'll still wear my heavy cycling pants for long road trips. However, for shorter trips and times when I'll be walking or sitting around in my pants all day, these are perfect. I'd highly recommend this product and I don't do many reviews of things I buy.

    Wonderful - Racerboy   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Perfect fit - Look great
    Cons: [None]

    I bought a pair of sliders for myself and one for my wife. Mine fit great and looked nice and feel very comfortable. She was concerned that hers would not fit the way she likes her jeans-ie tight. Her jeans are made out of a stretchy material and fit perfect for her and from my view as well. Nice and form fitting and very comfortable. She especially likes the slight rise of the rear waist area so there is nothing showing when we are on our Katana. Highly recommend these jeans for comfort - safety - and looks.

    Sliders, a home run - Coroja   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fits true to size, well-made, optional knee armor well positioned
    Cons: None

    I actually bought both men's and women's sliders and they both fit true to size. My wife likes them much better than either leather or mesh riding pants because they have a little stretch in the fabric. I found them very comfortable as well, especially if you intend to do something off the bike during a ride. With the optional armor installed, they are surprisingly heavy, probably heavier than good mesh pants and they don't flow quite as much air as mesh. On the plus side, having accessible pants pockets is surprisingly handy Overall, a very good pant.

    Excellent product - Diceman 94   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, look good, as cool or warm as my regular jeans
    Cons: Sizing. Look at the video and trust it. Order next smaller size. Even then they will stretch a little as you wear them

    Are these jeans worth the asking price Absolutely yes. I have not tested them nor do I wish to but I do feel better wearing them. The protection is located in the proper contact areas, the workmanship is excellent, the fit is good. I wore them as regular jeans for a day of riding, chores, errands, etc., I was testing the all day comfort and wearability of the jeans in south Florida in early September. I even washed my bike at the end of the day and felt comfortable doing everything, it was not any warmer than my other jeans so riding all day should be comfortable. I purchased a pair for my wife and a second pair for me for an upcoming three day trip, I pointed them out to other bikers that did not realize what I was wearing, they will order a pair also. If possible I will follow up in a month or so.

    Riding jeans - Steve   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality made with excellent need pads
    Cons: The look an fit needs a new styling look, this is likely to not have a effect on the performance of the Kevlar

    The pants are top quality, the others that I tried had sizing issues

    A MUST - CarlsbadFabian   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Feel, Not Hot While Riding, Great Look
    Cons: Could not buy Knee Armor.

    2012 KLR 650,Great over the Boots, Very Strong, I don't get over heated when moving.Going to get another pair.Go with the smaller sizes, I'm 34, got 32 and it fits better then my Levi'sAnd I got my Black.

    Comfortable protective jeans - WC   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, breathable
    Cons: [None]

    As mentioned, these jeans size a bit big width wise. I normally wear 33, but ordered a 32 and they fit perfectly. They're a bit heavier than regular jeans, but that's to be expected with the protection it provides.

    Sliders - Robo   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Evenly lined sturdy jeans
    Cons: There is no air flow through theses jeans

    Purchased two pair, found they run big in size. Returned with no hassle, prompt refund and prompt shipment of the re-order. Competition Accessories are very easy to work with and I would recommend to anyone looking for quality motorcycle gear.

    A guy who bought some. - Karl in WA   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfy and priced right
    Cons: Slight issue with velcro sticking me in the knee, but I can live with it.

    These fit well and feel good The pair I bought as a slight issue with the Velcro plastic loops sticking through the left knee guard pocket liner and poking me in the knee when sitting - but they are such a good value that the cost of sending them back for an exchange is not cost effective its only annoying when I think about it anyway.

    Love 'em - Laz   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sense of protection. Subtle. Sturdy
    Cons: NA

    These are my first pair of kevlar jeans. I hope to never test them but for the most part they feel very strong. Like previous people have stated they fit big so plan on ordering a size smaller than what you usually wear. Highly recommend these. Please be advised that the black looks like charcoal grey.

    Slider Jeans - Kawasaki Z750S   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Jeans fit great. I took the advise and ordered with one waist size less than I normally wear and they fit just as they should. If I had ordered my normal size I would have been swimming in them. Very comfortable and look like normal blue jeans.

    Sliders 4.0 w Kevlar - N. Gustafson   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality heavy duty jeans
    Cons: Can't think of any

    Broke the jeans in on a 2,000 mile ride. No problems. I ordered 1 size larger to accommodate heavier winter gear and I'm glad I did as the waist was a little tight. I ordered the optional knee armor & finding the pocket they fit in was only done with the help of customer service. All in all, a great jean and an excellent value.

    Love 'Em - SKAJS   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: heavy duty, great fit, super comfy, love the armor option
    Cons: a tad baggy

    I love these jeans - they are comfy and provide protection from road rash if when you slide. The added knee armor with adjustable pockets makes this a perfect option over riding pants. These jeans do run true to size and have a bit of a baggy fit and the knee armor still stays in place. I love 'em so much I just bought a second pair. These jeans already run long to accomodate boots so just order your regular inseam size. My first pair I ordered a size longer and now have to roll them up.

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - Chris T.   WI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great fit, very comfortable
    Cons: none

    Just got these and wore them on an extended weekend motorcycle trip. Very comfortable on and off the bike. Nice relaxed fit. I would definitely recommend them and will be buying another pair for myself

    good product - nj   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, good looking
    Cons: none

    these jeans are soft and comfortable they don't look different from regular relaxed fit jeans. sure is nice knowing there is a kevlar lining. they fit great....nice room at knees for riding. the size down recommendation from a 34 down to a 32 was a good idea. very pleased

    Nice Riding Jeans and Good Value - Rick in Yucaipa, CA   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Appear to be well constructed. Comfortable. Nice looking.
    Cons: A bit loose. Run large.

    I've worn these jeans a few times since I bought them in July. So far it's been a good experience. Comfortable and appear to be of good quality compared to the Iron Worker riding jeans I bought at Cycle Gear. These appear to be on par with Cortex DSX, which I've had for several years. However, the Sliders have an adjustable pocket for the knee armor so that it's in the right place, which is a definite plus over the DSX. The optional armor appears to be the same as Cortex sells. On sizing, I wear a 34 waiste in Levis 501s and Dockers. These were too large in a 34 so I returned for a 32 waiste, which fits fine. They are long in length as well, which I prefer as I hate pants riding up over the top of my Sidi Vortex riding boots. Overall, my wife, who also bought women's Sliders, and I are very happy with the jeans and with Competition Accessories' customer service.

    Pants - Sliders 4.0   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Bitchen exact size choose one size smaller perfect fit...very happy
    Cons: There are none

    Pants fit like a glove not to tight just like a nice thick pare of jeans.The weight of these pants is not a factor , the length is perfect when u bend your knees on bike Color s nice and there already broke in , like the extra kevlar down the hip sidesAnd pockets for the knees. Cant say nougb about these

    Bulletproof Pants - Rogue Rider   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort and looks good.
    Cons: None so far

    I bought these not knowing much about them. When they arrived, I tried them on and found they are not as heavy as I thought they would be, which was a relief. They were a bit long for me but that's because I have short stubby but powerful legs.During rides with these Sliders, I found that they breathe well and didn't overheat me as much as my jacket does during summer riding.Bottom lineI like them, and I plan on ordering the Cargo Sliders next.

    Excellent Kevlar Riding Pants - SEB   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look like regular jeans. Very comfortable even for long days. Protection where it's needed.
    Cons: Just get the right fit.

    I have been looking for good riding pants, for a long time, that don't look like a space suit. Finally found them with the Sliders 4.0 Riding jeans. They are very comfortable, even for the time off of the bike. No one really notices that they are protective riding gear they just look like regular jeans. Just be sure to read all of the mentions about fit. I wear a 34x32 jeans normally. For riding, I wear a 34X34 jeans because I like longer pant legs to cover my riding boots. For the Sliders, 32x32 fit perfect for the waist and the extra length. I did order my normal size the first time not listening to the other reviews and, sure enough, they were too big. These riding pants are WELL worth the money for comfort, protection, and look. They are great quality and intentionally designed for the everyday riders.

    Comfortable Kevlar - Jay   KS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, high quality
    Cons: None

    These are more comfortable than another brand I own. The lining over the kevlar allows more airflow and reduces itchiness. Pay attention to the waist length being greater than advertised. I wear a 3636 and ordered a 3436 ... fits perfect.

    SLIDERS 4.0 KEVLAR RIDING JEANS - SLIDERS   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes


    Great value & very comfortable - 73Norton   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable, easy to position knee pads, great price
    Cons: a little on the baggy side

    I already had the Sliders Khakis and have been very happy with them so I decided to try a pair of the jeans. Equally happy with this purchase. I like that I can use the same pair of knee armor for both. The jean are a little baggier than the other pants and baggier than I usually wear my jeans, but it really makes them comfortable to wear on the bike. No binding or pinching, but I do need to wear a belt with them. Overall another great purchase from CompAcc

    sliders - mark   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great kevlar coverage
    Cons: size runs big

    They have more kevlar than more expensive brands. Other than size running big they are well made.

    Sliders 4.0 - TimH   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Great product. I wear a 3234 jean in every brand that I own. Ordered 3034 and am glad that I stepped down in waist size. Had them hemmed 1 inch shorter and they are perfect.

    Slidin Jeans - JP   MS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: About the same weight as regular jeans
    Cons: Full leg cut, I'm used to more straight leg.

    The jeans really surprised me. I thought they would be more bulky. If I did not tell you what they are you would just assume they are regular jeans. At least my buddies will not be ragging me. I ordered my normal size and as the reviews claim they are a little fuller cut. These fit me fine, a little big but not to bad. I am very pleased that I can get a little more protection without getting all the bulky looking gear. If for some reason I have to use the protection I'll let you know. Prepare for the worst and achieve the best, that's what I believe in.

    Excellent ridding pants - Martin   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Light, do not trap heat inside them, perfect fit for me, and the look very good
    Cons: No buttons on back packets.

    These are my second pair of Sliders, I also have the brown cargo pants. I do like the cargo pants better but does not take away from the fact that the jeans are actually cooler than the cargo pants. It seems that these jeans have excellent air flow, I rode with them in 87 degree temperature and was never hot even when walking around town at my destination. I would certainly recommend these pants.Happy ridding,Martin

    Sliders 4.0 - Bruce   NE Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Order 1 size smaller than what your normal waist size is and they will fit great. The jeans are soft on the inside, much better than earlier releases
    Cons: None

    I would buy again. The jeans fit great, look like regular jeans and the mesh over the Kevlar is soft against the leg.

    Sliders 4.0 motorcycle jeans - ktmking   OK Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made jeans
    Cons: Sizing is a little off

    Like the jeans for short rides commutes. I always wear a 3232 in my normal jeans. I ordered a 3032 in Sliders based on other reviews. The fit was a little snug in the waist at first, but stretched and now fit perfectly. I think a 3232 would have fit much to baggy. I ordered the black and they look nice. The legs are not real wide at the ankle, probably similar to a relaxed fit in Levi's. They won't fit over moto boots, but should be fine with street type boots. I wear lace up work boots and they look fine. Good buy for the price.

    Excellent purchase - NeoJin   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, not as heavy as one would expect, the Black jeans can pass as high quality jeans
    Cons: Blue version looks cheap, almost mom jeans-like

    Bought these and wore on my first ride on my new bike. These felt extremely comfortable, light, and cool. There's enough room for additional gear to be worn underneath. Make sure to use the suggestions on sizing. I did and the fit was perfect.

    kevlar jeans - pdsurgn   KS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: look great
    Cons: none

    They fit and look great ordered one waist size smaller.

    Sliders 4.0 - James V   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit and looks good
    Cons: None

    Just purchased these jeans and I'm very satisfied. Jeans are comfortable and heavy feel like they would protect very well. Perfect fit make sure to order size below for example I generally go 3430 customer rep suggested 3230 fit very nice feels like a 33 which is enough space but not baggy. Thanks guys will be ordering another pair. Make sure to check out the video on how to install the knee guards if you decide to purchase them.

    Sliders - Richard & Shirley   IN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, value
    Cons: none

    Bought for myself and my wife.

    Slider 4.0 - Tony A.   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable
    Cons: Heavy compared to regular jeans

    I think the slider pants are awesome. I am hoping really to never test them to their fullest capability. They are slight heavier than normal jeans, and here in Texas, it may be a factor, but it is better to be safe than sorry.

    Great Jeans - Bryan   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look good and nice fit
    Cons: None yet

    If you get the right fit, these are awesome jeans. I'm glad I read the reviews first in order to get the sizing correct. They run small so be aware of that when order. I normally where a size 36-38 waist depending on pants and shrinkage but I bought a 34 waist and they were spot on. There was a tiny bit of shrinkage that made them snugger than I would like but going up to a 36 would have been way too large. As far as the length, they run long so I ordered a 34 length when I normally would get a 36 and the length is perfect. bought the black since I'm allowed to wear black jeans at work and while they are heavier than most jeans, I don't notice the difference. I would definitely buy another pair.

    Good deal - S.Malley   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, comfortable
    Cons: A little bigger than normal size, heavy

    The pair I ordered fits a little larger than my normal pants size so they are roomy. After washing they fit closer to the size I ordered in my opinion. They seem well made and are comfortable right out of the box. They are heavy and if I ever needed the protection I am sure they would be better than regular jeans.

    Kevlar Jeans - Rider 808   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy, breatheable
    Cons: None

    Jeans wear nice, seem durable, and air flows thru well

    SLIDERS - JMMO   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Cons: NONE

    I'm real happy with these jeans. When commuting back and forth to work, 100mi round trip, I wear my tour master air venture pants, however I wanted a another option that still offers protection, when heading out to dinner, or a short ride. These fit the bill. Haven't washed them yet, but there seems to be enough extra room that any shrinkage should not matter.

    v star man - steve   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great price
    Cons: pants run a little large

    love these pants run a little large but thats ok ..they really look cool..looking to buy another pair soon

    Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans with Kevlar - Jeff   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, fit great.
    Cons: None yet.

    I've been wanting to try a pair of these out for a while and I am very impressed with these.I wasn't expecting the comfort that these give. The sizing was also spot on for me.

    Great Jeans - abg2424   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit
    Cons: none

    I ordered two pairs of these jeans - one for myself and one for my daughter who loves to ride with me as a passenger. Both fit great. I am 5' 9 about 175 and the 3430s were right on, My daughter fit well in the size 8 and she is about 52. The jean don't just fit well - they look great too. We both highly recommend them.

    Good Jeans - Bill   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit well
    Cons: A little heavy for warm conditions

    I bought a pair of black and a pair of blue jeans. I ordered my usual size even though some reviews said they ran big both pair fit perfectly. They are a little heavy for warm weather riding, but not too bad. I have washed and dried both pair a couple of times and there has been almost no shrinkage just about what you get from regular jeans. I'm very happy with the purchase.

    Kevlar Jeans - Frank   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, kevlar in the right places, good color.
    Cons: Hot an baggy

    Good buy on these jeans. Do order a size smaller. Easy fit and very comfortable although very warm. I would buy these jeans again

    sliders - Mantaray 23   UT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: soft, comfortable
    Cons: none

    Make sure to read reviews for sizing info it helps. I have 4 pair of spiders and I love them. They hold up very well but the Jean type are softer and I prefer them. The cargo type have faided and seam to have some slight discoloration. I will only ride with these as I feel safer. Cold to hot these are great, I recommend them to anyone you will not be disappointed.

    Sliders - Cipher EFZfE   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great product
    Cons: None

    Received as sold I have other Kevlar jeans but these are the most comfortable by far

    Buy them - tHawk   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice pants...period
    Cons: Knee pad holder is a downer

    There is just no reason other than you're short 80 bucks not to wear these pants. They are comfortable and stylish enough to wear without someone wonder what are you up to. I have frequently put them on first thing in the morning only to ride at lunch without giving it another thought. Are they heavier than regular jeans Yes, but they don't feel any hotter. Perhaps it's the cut, they are baggier than my normal Levis cut. Size wise I agree with other posters I wear a 3434 Levis and should probably have ordered 3234. If I purchase a pair of Bohn's armored padding my 3434 would probably be a perfect fit. The downer...forget the optional additional CE knee pads they move around to much. I cannot imagine they could provide any protection during an off bike experience.

    Incredibly Comfortable - Kirk   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Perfect relaxed fit with extra length in the legs to look right sitting on a bike.
    Cons: [None]

    This is the first pair of Kevlar riding jeans I have bought. The fit was just right with enough relaxed room to put on a pair of long-johns or sweats underneath for cold weather riding. Also, they add just a little more length in the inseam to ensure it fits and looks right while sitting on the cycle. As for comfort, it really is just like wearing a pair of your favorite jeans. The only issue I had was in one leg where the webbing that holds the knee armor, which I did not purchase, had an area with a rough seam - like having Velcro rubbing against your knee. The solution was easy, I just ironed a small jean patch over the area and it's been great.

    Sliders 4 Black - Rocco99   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit, well made
    Cons: [None]

    I just bought my second pair of Sliders. This time Sliders 4.0 Rding Jeans black. I've had an earlier version bluefor about 3 years. Both pairs are well-made, comfortable, and fit as described. I have luckily not yet had to test out whether they are are protective as claimed and I hope not to do so. The lady in my life said that the new black pair looked very nice. I agree.

    Sliders 4.0 - Brian   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection
    Cons: None

    These pants are exactly what all the other reviews claim, comfy, well made, and confidence inspiring. Bought a waist size one measurement down like everyone says to and they were spot on. Only complaint is the leg length is long when walking, the pants drag on the ground at the heel. But they're fine when riding. I wear them with the Sliders all season 2.0 jacket and I feel very safe and comfortable. Love 'em, recommend 'em, buy 'em

    Great jeans, great price - Dave B   IA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit well but large, size 36 sliders measure same as my 38 Lee Relaxed Fit jeans
    Cons: Optional knee pads float around. Won't even fit in my sons size 30 jeans.

    I ordered and returns 3 or 4 other protective jeans from various vendors. Most are too thin, poor protection, ugly, etc. These where the first that had good Kevlar coverage, decent weight denim, fit well, and seem well made. And the price is great Will probably order more in the future. Highly recommended but they need to do something about the way the optional knee armor works. Floats around and is difficult to put in and remove, IMHO. Also, they are sized large as most motorcycle specific jeans seem to be. I wear Lee Relax Fit jeans 38 x 32. The waist size on the 36 sliders match the waist size on the 38 Lee's. Length is about the same, both 32. Sliders are a bit more baggy but not bad. Blue denim color is about the same for regular non-faded jeans.

    Great pants - Toolman Tom   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, roomy, well made
    Cons: I hope you add elastic waist because of cold weather multiple layer shirts

    I've ridden in all 48 states and have been riding for more than 35 years. Safety is always my first concern including full face helmets, padded jackets and pants. This is why I wear Sliders. This is my second pair of Sliders I also have a pair of cargo pants. One thing that is a good about these is the Kevler adds warmth in winter riding.

    pretty good im wearin em now - jh   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good pants
    Cons: thought they actually came with the knee things, didnt buy them yet.

    black color has faded slightly in the first couple washes, hope it doesnt get much worse. otherwise, good pants, wear them around all the time. they do come large, order smaller.

    Fit & comfort - CMD   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great design
    Cons: Knee pads

    Great pant with plenty of room. Do not like the knee protection that I purchased as a option. They do not stay in place and are not comfortable.

    Great Jeans - Ghostrider - IDORW   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit, comfortable out the package
    Cons: Armor is not included

    Great delivery response time from CA, as always. The product fit as described in the sizing instructions. Heavier weight than regular jean is to be expected. Gives one confidence they'll hold up to crash if need be. I'll be looking to buy another pair of Sliders. I'm going for a pair of Cargo pants.

    Sliders 4 - Great Value - Francisco   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Perfect Fit
    Cons: Better adjustment on the add on CPE protection

    Order this and took a chance. My regular jeans are Levis 560. I order my actual size and the fit great. After my first order, I went and Oder 2 more. I am in Texas, use them already at temp over 90 degrees and their are not hot. Price is great specially that most of the other brand to fit me. Really recommend it

    First time buyer & certainly won't be my last - Bonneville Rider   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: MORE Kevlar protection than competition at an OUTSTANDING PRICE
    Cons: None

    This is the first time I've purchased from Competition Accessories I usually purchase my gear from Revzilla. I was looking for a good pair of Kevlar jeans to ride my Bonnie during the summer months, here in the Northeast. The other Kevlar jeans I was looking at didn't seem to have a lot of coverage underneath them, and the cost was pretty high. When I found the Sliders on Competition Accessories, I couldn't believe the price After reading the reviews, I decided to take the plunge. Ordered the jeans on Thursday, they shipped on Friday, and I had them at my front door on MondayLet me tell ya, when I opened the package, the jeans felt like my favourite pair that had taken YEARS to break in Immediately could tell the high quality of the material used, and when I tried them on, they were a PERFECT fit definitely helped reading the reviews from previous buyers DEFINITELY order a size down to get the same results. I also ordered the CE Knee Armor, and the video that showed how to properly install them on the jeans saved me a lot of hassle I'm sure these pants will effectively protect me if I go down, but I hope to never have to find out in the first place. Overall, I couldn't be more pleased with my purchase, and I can't wait to try them out this weekend Have already recommended them to my buddy who also rides, and he's probably already placed his order for his own Now, I've got my eye on the Cargo pants Sliders At these prices, two pair are still WAY LESS than one pair from the other guys Thanks, Competition Accessories You've got a customer for life

    Sliders 4.0 kevlar riding jeans review - Son of the Hounds   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Hang well, sewn well, fit well
    Cons: Not intuitive to install CE armor

    Great pants that hang well and seem well constructed. Options on colors and material good and I purchased several pair, basic blue jeans and the tan cargo pants. If one style fits you, the other styles will also.Installing CE armor is not intuitive, but easy once you know how. I've installed 3 pair now. basically, you install from the bottom. I inverted lower leg, found the three velcro tabs, opened then, reached in with my hand and opened the velcro tabs at the top of the knee, then slide the CE armor in and closed the bottom three velcro tabs. Now they fit my knee perfectly when riding and hang okay when standing. I think there should be an instruction sheet enclosed with the armor or the packing slip as it took me several tries on the first pair. As I said, it made sense after I figured it out.I wear a 35-36 jean, the 34 Sliders fit perfect. If you are wearing it with a tee shirt or light shirt, one size smaller waist seems to make sense. For me, even with winter weight shirts, the 34 will work.

    Saved my hide - jp in md   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: They work
    Cons: little baggy

    So I recently had an off while wearing these jeans. I owned them for about two weeks prior to my accident. I hit a deer going about 40 mph and separated from my bike. I landed hard on the pavement and slid on my front for about 20 yards into a ditch. I ended up with a broken collar bone, two cracked ribs and a sprained wrist. The jeans held up well. Totally saved my knee and lower thigh from road rash during my slide. Actually the jean material wore thru in a couple spots but the Kevlar remained, protecting my skin. I did have some really minor skin irritation from where the meshing on the inside rubbed against my skin, but it was way better than it could have been if I was wearing regular jeans. The nice thing about these jeans is that they are comfortable enough that I wore them all the time, unlike riding pants or chaps that you have to make a conscience decision to put on. Once you have these on for a while its easy to forget you are even wearing protective gear. And at the price theyre being sold for it allowed me to add a layer of protection that I might have not otherwise been able to afford.

    CBR XX rider - Bob   KS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Workmanship, price, comfort
    Cons: Can't think of any

    Reviewed the Sliders and other similar products carefully before deciding on a purchase. The Sliders are well made, they do run a bit on the Big side from my normal pant size but that's more than OK on a bike - no binding or tight spots - and they are NOT that much larger than my regular size. Easy to wear some cold weather gear UNDER the Sliders with perfect comfort. Two days after they arrived, I rode to Colorado and back 1,000 mile trip and was completely satisfied with both fit and function. Comfortable ON and OFF the bike and they looked good too The Kevlar layers were comfortable and, in fact, I did not even notice them during the ride. Would I buy them again I'm ordering my 2nd pair as we speak GREAT PRODUCT and any serious rider needs a pair or TWO.

    Sliders Riding Jeans - Kanal1016   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortble unobtrusive layered kevlar
    Cons: none

    These are terrific confidence inspiring riding jeans with layers of kevlar in all the right places. Make sure and get the optional armored knee pads there are velcro tabs that allow you to adjust the pads to exactly where you want without the shifting and sliding you find with other armored jeans. My size 40's came in a bit large so you may want to order a size lower other than that they look and feel great .

    Sliders are the TITS - JohnnyKLR650   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sweet-Ass price tag for Sweet-Ass product
    Cons: Heavy-weight. Bareable up to about 75-80 degrees...

    These pants are worth every penny if you're looking to cover your ass out on the road... Quality Kevlar everywhere... Great looking... Long sizes for us tall guys 36 inseam... Great for commuting to work if your job doesn't require a suit and tie... I wear them to work every time I commute and it's a real treat to not have to peel off layers of armor just to start your work day... Only con is that they aren't lightweight, so I wouldn't suggest wearing them in temperatures exceeding 80 degrees but if you value the piece of mind that these pants provide, I'd wear them every time I hop on the bike

    Great pants - AFountain   OK Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: Somewhat heavy

    These pants are great and give a sense of added protection while riding. Great shipping as well

    ooogaboy - ooogaboy   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great Kevlar coverage, Comfortable, Added knee pads fit well
    Cons: [None]

    I purchased these jeans about a month ago and they are a bargain. The sizing is big, I went a size smaller, and they were perfect. The jeans are very comfortable and the quality is great, especially for the price. The added knee pads fit well and have some adjustment to them. The jeans are cut the same as regular jeans, unlike some other Kevlar jeans I have owned in the past.

    Great riding jeans - CharlieDog   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Super comfortable, great value
    Cons: Pockets for knee armor too big.

    I normally wear a 40 32 in jeans, but after reading the reviews I ordered 38 32. I measured them when they arrived, and they were really 40 33. The waist fits great, the rest of the pant is beyond 'relaxed' fit-I'd call it baggy, but I guess that's what's in style at the moment. Overall I'd consider them very comfortable. The denim is soft, the Kevlar and all the seams are not intrusive. The legs may flap around a bit when I ride, but it's not bothersome. The only downside is the pockets for the knee armor are so big the armor can shift out of position and not be where it should be in the even of an accident. There is room for real kneeshin armor if a person wants to go that route. OTOH if he just wants free shipping, get a closeout t-shirt or cheap pair of gloves. I have washed the jeans-per instructions-and measured them again, and they did not shrink at all. If I keep them as just riding pants, they should last a long time. If something were to happen however, I would not hesitate to buy them again-a great value.

    Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans with Kevlar - sliders 4.0 jeans   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, good fit, best price for the quality.
    Cons: none

    Purchased these jeans because I was taking a trip to Deals Gap. Love these jeans, make me feel better protected than regular jeans. They are very comfortable and seem more breathable than I expected. I have no problem wearing them around and not looking like motorcycle pants. I would highly reccommend these jeans and believe they are the best value compared to other jeans on the market. They do run a bit big, but that is what adds to their comfort.

    Well Made - VulcanRider   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, heavy duty stiching and... kevlar
    Cons: None

    Very pleased with this purchase I got the optional knee armor too. I chose to order next waist size up in the event I decide to wear additional clothing under these pants. I have received compliments and questions about these pants. I always refer folks to Comp ACC

    Great purchase - Bandit   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: size, quality, design, comfort, deep pockets,
    Cons: none so far

    I bought 2 pair of these because I ride to work or out for social events and am able to stay protected and still look clean and neat. I LOVE THESE PANTS I'm 6'5 225lbs I got the 36w 36L and they are heat. Super comfortable, nice protection in the right areas. Non bulky. These are great jeans. I will say I've noticed slight shrinkage after several washes and trips through the dryer, but that seems normal for any Jean really. I could use maybe a 38W but it's good motivation to lose some weight

    Always wear protection - Stevieb   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection in case you meet the road by accident
    Cons: None

    It's like wearing no pants at all Don't even notice the difference in the Kevlar inside

    Good deal - Car-Abuser   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Price fit protection
    Cons: [None]

    These are really good warm weather jeans, they have plenty of kevlar in the right areas.They are comfortable too, and they are a lot less than draggin jeans, which are also greatThey actually run a little big, so you might want to order a size smaller than your regular non-riding jeans.Free shipping and NO tax I would recommend anyone to buy these.

    Sliders 4.0 - TJ Reedley   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great protection
    Cons: [None]

    They run a little larger then the size indicated. I wear a 34 in regular jeans. I bought a size 32 and they fit well. the quality of the stitching is very good. This is the 4th pair I lost 100 lbs. I have owned and they all look new even after many washings. Thankfully I have never had to test the kevlar.

    Great Riding Pants - bjimw   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made. Machine washable.
    Cons: Optional CE Knee Armor

    These are great riding pants. They have a great heavy-duty feel. Easy to wash with my other jeans. Good value too. Skip the Optional CE Approved Knee Armor though. It is nearly impossible to fit into their pocket behind the knee. And even in the lowest of the two available positions, the armor was way too high up in my knee to be remotely comfortable. So, skip the CE, and enjoy the jeans.

    Nice jeans - Thai   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Looks just like regular jeans, comfortable
    Cons: None so far

    Nice looking jeans, a little baggy but comfortable for riding. I got the black color and it looks good. Went through 1 wash already and it's shrunk a little, but mot much. Haven't needed to use the Kevlar yet hope i won't have too, but they look to be sewn in the right place.

    Great riding jeans - T-Bone   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable fit, nice design
    Cons: only two color choices

    I purchased both the blue and black pair and they feel great when I'm riding.

    Cool - Black Knight   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit to perfection
    Cons: a little bulky

    I have wanted these for a long time... worth every penny. I want a black pair now. Deep pockets, large belt loops I just love'm

    Great pants - bob C   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice loose fit
    Cons: none

    These are lightweight and super comfortable. Read a great review in BMW magazine and bought them on the advice of the writer. Comfortable when warm and indeed generous in sizing. I'm pushing a 35-36 waist and bought 34's. They are a perfect fit. Try them... you'll like them

    Great riding pants. - swervin   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable and stylish with all the protection included.
    Cons: A tad bit long but covers the boots when in crouched position.

    Like everyone says, they run one size large. I usually wear 34 and ordered the 32 and they fit perfectly. The kevlar is sewn in very sturdy and knee armor can be adjusted 3 velcro positions up or down. Overall, great riding jeans, hope I don't ever have to test them but I feel added piece of mind that the kevlar and knee armor is there in case I need it knee armor is optional to buy, I had my own and used my own.

    Sliders Jeans - Bobk   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, Good Quality
    Cons: Warmer than regular jeans

    I always ride ATGATT but don't always want to look like a Storm Trooper when just running errands around town. These sliders jeans are a great way to maintain some level of protection with a more casual look and feel. I agree with other posts, fit is about 2 bigger in waist and length compared to regular fit jeans. Size for size, they fit like relaxed fit jeans, maybe even a bit larger. I am 6' tall, 205 lbs and the 36W x 30L fit perfectly with some room to spare. I also purchased the knee armor which fit well once in place, but are a bit challenging to insert in knee pockets. Sliders are warmer than regular jeans probably because the jean material is thicker and the kevlar does not breath as well. A small price to pay for much better protection than regular jeans. Highly recommended.

    Nice riding jeans - brownshoe   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good value, comfortable see my notes, seem to be durable
    Cons: Oversized but an easy fix

    Very satisfied with these jeans. Heaven forbid I go down but it is comforting to know that if I do, I am far less likely to need skin grafts from asphalt love. For those who state they're scratchy, rinse them a few times with heavy fabric softener and the next time you wear them theyll be Snuggly soft, and a little bear will ride along on your right shoulder. Realistically, youre not going to eliminate all the scratchiness comon theyre not cotton Bermuda shorts, theyre heavy denim riding pants with Kevlar inserts. Besides, with that little bear riding along with you, youll soon not even notice it.They are a bit baggy, but nothing a little tailoring can't fix. Or, as I do, ride with some blousing straps to keep the ends from flapping.Note Oversized. I originally ordered 34 waist. Since I attend school close to the Rock Hill location, I went there and exchanged for a 32 waist...perfect fit.

    Very good jeans with Kevlar - Joe   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nicely made
    Cons: None

    I like the pant I take 38 and I got a 38 the fit is on the lose side but you riding a bike so it's comfotable A 36 would have been to small in the waist well made pants .I would buy them again.

    Slider jeans with Kevlar - Nick   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice jeans
    Cons: Hard to install and adjust the knee armor pads.

    I'm 160 lbs and 6' tall and needed the 32x32 size. The sizes were bigger than expected so I returned the 34x34 and received the 32x32 instead. The jeans are long which is good when you sit on the bike.

    Outstanding - Older, Wiser   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sturdy denim, lots of kevlar, loose but not baggy fit, true to size, comfortable to wear on and off the bike
    Cons: [None]

    Unquestionably the best kevlar jeans I have seen and I've looked at a lot on line and ordered and returned two other brands before finding Sliders.

    Sliders 4.0 jeans - dvictor   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Extensive kevlar padding, comfortable stone washed finish.
    Cons: none so far.

    These jeans offer a lot of protection for not a lot of money. Like the reviews say, they run a little big I wear Wrangler regular fit. 40x32, which I have tailored to 38.5. I ordered the Sliders in 38x32 and they fit great. They are very full cut, you are not gonna want to wear them around when you are not riding, but that means the Bohn armored pants fit under them easily.

    Sliders 4.0 Kevlar Motorcycle Riding Jeans - MSantos in SF, CA   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good price for what you get.
    Cons: None

    Everything described in Product Details and reviews is what I expected. I normally wear slim fit jeans, but there are none out there. They're relaxed to loose fit as described. I normally wear 32Wx30L and ordered the 30Wx30L. Waist size is perfect and length is as expected. When on the bike, coverage is perfect - won't look short. When standing, will appear long of course.

    Awesome kevlar pants - TinyTiger   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: They fit well and have protection in all the right places.
    Cons: Be sure to read the reviews to make sure you order the right size.

    I bought these for my dad since he's been wanting a pair of kevlar jeans for a while. Before ordering, I read the reviews to make sure I got the right size. They fit really well. He likes the fact that they are a little baggy so he can wear other clothes underneath the jeans when the temps drop.I know I'll order a pair myself when the time comes.

    Sliders Kevlar Jeans - Bill W.   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality. Lots of Kevlar. Added optional armor
    Cons: none noted

    For the price, these jeans are a great deal. I've had several pairs of Draggin Jeans, and althoughthey are a little heavier denin, the price is getting pretty high, even without armor. Plus, the Sliders Jeans have adjustable pockets to hold the armor - great for adjusting the armor for a personal fit.The Sliders jeans seem to fit just like my Lee jeans.

    great - BobbyB   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: everything
    Cons: none

    A ITEM

    Sliders 4.0 Riding Jeans - Dave M   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fits great, comfortable, no binding
    Cons: none

    Everything you have read is true. These jeans are very comfortable and generous in there cut. I wear lose fit jeans all the time for horseback riding, these jeans are even longer in the leg length.I like.

    great sliders - Dave   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: optional armor
    Cons: sizing is still off

    Before to order one size smaller, in some cases 2. I was between a 36-38, I ordered a 34 and they fit just right, even accounting for washing and shrinkage. The blues are a tad bit larger than the right. I really love'm

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - Vin44   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit quality made comfortable wash well
    Cons: Inside stitchingvelcro scratchy but removed easily

    These are great jeans I now have three pair blue & black and love them. They do run a bit big so be careful when ordering...I went one size down 34 on the waist from what I usually wear 36 and they fit perfect. I'm 6'2 with long legs so I was thrilled with the extra length when I ordered 36 length and they came extra long. I noticed right away that the inside stitching for the armor placement was scratchy through the material...I had no intention on adding armor so I cut the Velcro material out. It took all of 10 seconds and now they are extremely comfortable. I wear them in all temps for the added protection...summers are hot in NC but I don't find these jeans to be uncomfortable in the heat.

    Great Deal - AceRider   KS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Ample use of kevlar, Great price
    Cons: Knee armor pockets are a bit scratchy

    This is my second pair. Ordered the blue denim last fall and just got a black pair. Great price for Kevlar lined jeans. They do run big - about two sizes. I normally wear a 36 waist and these 34's are still a bit loose but overall very comfortable. I also use the optional CE knee armor. Does take a bit of work to get them in the right spot and I hope I never need them but good to know its there. Only nit, and its a small one, is the velcro for the knee armor is a bit scratchy. They could reverse the hook and loop pieces to solve that issue. Great product and well worth the price.

    GreatFit - FrequentRider   AL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very Comfortable, Nice Fit, Reasonably Sporty
    Cons: No Zippered Pockets

    Fortunately, I haven't been on the asphalt with these pants, so my review is based on how they look, fit, and the delivery. So, they are riding pants that can be worn around town or while playing pool. They are very comfortable and have Kevlar fabric sewn into the jeans. There are no Kevlar plates. This surprised me. The jeans are a blend of cotton and Kevlar. The Kevlar is only in the areas of highest probable sliding.The jeans arrived shortly after I ordered them with a big must read note. Before you pull of any stickers or tags, make sure they fit and the company promises to treat you correctly. I will be buying a great deal more of these items. I also noticed some impact gear that is made of the Kevlar plates and inserts into the clothing.Safe Riding

    Great pants - Paul   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: real motorcycle pants
    Cons: sometimes a bit stuffy

    I wore these pants for over 50,000 miles, including two coast to coast rides, many IronButt rides and countless day rides. I even crashed twice in them. When I crashed, they did what there were designed to do thanks to the Kevlar and being well put together. I was bruised but no road rash or other unpleasantness. And the pants kept their integrity. Comfortable in summer, except for a bit of stuffiness due to the Kevlar inserts. Comfortable in winter when worn with thermal underwear. They have now reached then end of their useful life they are threadbare. They were black but are now completely discolored from many many washes. But not a single tear, not a single rip. I am buying a new pair, maybe two...

    Bandit - Bandit   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent quality
    Cons: Not convinced they work yet - hope I don't get to test the backside

    I had read these came a bit bigger than normal size which proved to be true especially in the leg length, I bought a 36w x32L My normal size and had to take them up on the hem. Next time will buy a 30L. Superb warmth on cooler days, nice padding on the knees which hardly shows and they do look like regular jeans albeit with a bit more stitching. Extremely comfortable around waist and hips but if you have a slim build would consider smaller waist. Another advantage they bend easy at knees not like other armour I have worn. Great product overall would highly recommend.

    Nice pants - Don   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good price
    Cons: None so far

    I purchased these as an alterantive to wearing my waterproof tourmaster riding pants or just plain jeans. They seemed like a good compromise. Wore them once so far and they are no warmer the regular jeans it was 35 degrees out. The waist was true to size and the length is a little long which was perfect for me. I ordered these in my regular jean length as recomended in other reviews. Normally when ordering mc pants I order a size longer for riding. So far no regrets although they do look like mc pants with all the seams from the lining and not regular jeans .

    Excellent product - Jody   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well-made, good value
    Cons: A little baggy for my taste

    I've been very pleased with these jeans. They are well-made and represent excellent value for the price. The material is heavier that regular jeans so they do a good job of blocking the wind. I find myself keeping them on after I ride because they are so comfortable.

    Best Kevlar jeans - HonDavid   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Accurate fit, generous protection
    Cons: [None]

    I purchased a number of different kevlar jeans Joe Rocket, Drako and wound-up returning same for various reasons - poor ridiculously poor fit, andor thin, non-substantial kevlar layer protection. Then, finally got these, and they're GREAT - accurate fit, thick, generous kevlar protection layer. IMHO- these are the one to buy, and hopefully we never need to test the protection

    Best Pants Yet - TylerSD   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent quality, inexpensive, look great
    Cons: None

    I like the first pair so much, I bought a second pair in a different color. I have tried lots of other brands but these are the best so far, along with the best price. They have tons of kevlar in them, and the denim is nice and thick. The first pair I bought I wear 2-3 times a week and they are still going strong after a year. The sizing is true to size and didn't shrink on me or anything. I always get them a little longer so they don't ride up on me when on my bike. You can YouTube them too to see the inside of them.

    Stealth protection - Djwill236   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfort, and protection
    Cons: sizes

    Just received today and the pants are well made and offer pretty good protection if you go down. I also purchased the knee pads for the additional piece of mind. I like these because they are jeans and don't look like motorcycle pants but again give you better protection, and you can use them in everyday riding, unlike over the pants gear which I also have that I use for long trips. Sizing is definitely off. I am a 34 waist with 32 inseam and I got the 32 waist with 32 inseam and could have gone with a 30 inseam. They do run big so go one size down at least.

    Sliders 4.0 - AFountain   OK Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Awesome pants and great speedy delivery.

    Sliders 4 jeans - hecam   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Bought these based on MCN review, and am very pleased with the jeans. They are cut loose for comfort on the bike. You can see the quality of materials when you turn them inside out. How about a 2 fer sale so I can get more jeans.

    Sliders 4.0 Kevlar Motorcycle Riding Jeans and Bohn Armored pants - Brian F   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality, Protection, Price
    Cons: Sized Bigger than Expected

    Beware, Loose fit jeans I'd recommend going to the store and trying on a pair of Levis Loose Fit jeans before you order, so your not surprised at the fit. I was buying these to fit over a pair of Bohn Armored pants. My normal jeans are a little snug so I ordered one size larger of the Slider Jeans to fit over the Bohn pants. That was a mistake even though I'm far from thin When I reordered the Sliders Jeans in my normal size, they easily fit over the Bohn Armored pants, and are loose on me when I'm not wearing them over the Bohn's. It seems that loose fit is almost one size larger in every dimension but the waist and length. Overall the Jeans are Outstanding

    Sliders 4.0 Kevlar Motorcycle Riding Jeans - Mike   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very loose fit & incorrect size
    Cons: Had pocket to just about any knee armor

    This is very comfortable and very well made, I normally wear size 32x30 but I had exchange for 30x30, no problem to exchange and very fast shipping.

    Sliders - Dan J.   UT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: soft, very comfortable,
    Cons: couple more colors

    This is my third pair is sliders and will not be my last. I really love wearing these as there soft and comfortable but even better I wear these for the safety feature. I have several rider friends and I have highly recommended the sliders to them. Themed to pay attention to the sizing everyone recommends as they are spot on.

    Good pants. Loose fit - Jon Stout   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable
    Cons: Very loose fit

    These appeared to be well made but the fit is very loose. Waist and inseam were correct but I felt like I was wearing a tent. Good for the plus sized riders I suppose.

    Sliders - SER   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, soft and comfortable feel
    Cons: Size not correct

    These are very well made, I have not gotten to wear them yet on the bike due to weather but will be using them this summer. They may end up being a little hot but small price to pay. I had to return my for another size, these were to long. I wear a 32 in seam and had to send these back and get a 30, my wife got the bellas and had to do the same thing. Well worth the money.

    Very Happy with these jeans - TKMD   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, affordable, looks great
    Cons: None

    Ordered size smaller than I would normally per other reviewers recommendations. Good choice becuase the fit perfectly. They are very comfortable and I feel more confident riding having protection. Purchased a pair of true riding pants prior but just didn't use them because of the feel and look. Therefore, what good were they I ride with these all the time.

    comfortable Kevlar - Laidback   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: very comfortable, durable, and quite stylish
    Cons: none

    Love these pants. Very comfortable, can wear these while riding or just hanging out on the weekend. Very stylish, look better than some 200 jeans I own. Wish they came in other colors beside blue & black.

    slider riding jeans - chefonahonda   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Bought a size down and the fit is pretty good for a short guy even after shortening them
    Cons: Just a little baggy, they will be hot in the summer

    I am very happy with these jeans, the a fine for walking around and fit me nicely. Will be buying another pair.

    Goodie Gear - Sliders jeans   NV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Extra safety when you want to ride in jeans. Good price. Look good
    Cons: [None]

    If you value your goodies and prefer your ass unscarred, these are for you

    Sliders 4.0 jeans black - HDLowrider   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Alot of Kevlar in all vital areas good quality
    Cons: 32 waist fits like a 34-but good if you want to layer for cold weather

    Bought these in a 32 30 and all the reviews are right theyDo run big the 32 fits like a 34. But the good thing is i willUse them in the winter when I need to layer and just pick Up the size smaller for warmer weather. Aside from that theyLook feel and fit like regular jeans. I will be recommending themTo some of my friends.

    Nice Jeans - Nextgoround   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable.Safety minded.
    Cons: A little heavy and a little on the big side.

    Got these jeans for Christmas but the original size given were too big.34 waist. I normally wear a33. Luckily,I live close enough to exchange them at the store and try on other pairs.No problem with customer service either.I ended up getting a pair in size 30 x 30.Fit really well but the leg's are a little long I'm only 5'7 .Plus, they are a bit on the heavy side.Haven't used them while riding yet but plan to, come Spring.I suggest ordering a size or two smaller than what you might regularly wear.Overall for their intended purpose I would recommend them.Better safe than sorry...

    Great Pants - BigRedGW2010   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit, great qualilty
    Cons: none

    I just got these jeans and they fit perfect. It's very hard for me to buy jeans if I don't try them on first, but after reading all the reviews and watching the video I ordered my normal size in Jeans and they fit perfect. I am going to order teh Cargo pants next.

    Sliders pants - Racquetman2009   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit etc
    Cons: None

    Pants fit great , a lot of Kevlar coverage knee pads fit perfect

    Slider Jeans 4.0 - MotoJerry   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great fit comfortable relaxed fit sizing good quality construction generous kevlar paneling
    Cons: none that I can find

    Pants fit comfortably- like relaxed fit jeans. Knee armor was initially hard to install due to a minor glitch with the sewing, but it was successfully resolved without having to return the jeans. Customer Service was very responsive and quite helpful in this regard. Quality seems very good with the minor exception noted above. Overall, I'm very pleased with the product.

    Sliders meet the need - Brew   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Met all expectations
    Cons: [None]

    Jeans fit and finish as advertised. Sizing was correct.

    Great jeans - DB7   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavyweight material
    Cons: Pant are on the baggy side

    These jeans are on the large size, i wear 36 jeans and the 34 i ordered were just right. The pant are made of heavyweight material which gives a sense of security and toughness. They are baggy so not very fashinable but very comfortable to ride in which is more important.Overall, i am please with the service from comp Acc, love the pants, they are a good value. Protection, comfort and value...can't be beat.Took a while to install the added knee protector but they feel good. You vcan never have too much protection

    Great jeans - WaynoJ   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice looking, great protection.
    Cons: None.

    I wear my Sliders All-Season 2 pants in warm weather without liner, and in cold weather with one or both liners, but in between, I slip into my Sliders 4.0 Kevlar jeans. This pants are great -- lots of protection, which I unfortunately have had reason to find out, and they look great, especially in black. I have the optional CE knee armor, and they saved me from serious injury when I took a spill at 20 mph in a gravel construction zone. There was no sign of ripping or abrasion after the fall, a testament to the sturdy construction of these pants. For the price, they can't be beat, and I highly recommend them to anyone seeking good-looking protection at a very reasonable cost..

    Protection and Quality Construction - dfkendig   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality Construction, Great Feel, Protection where you need it.
    Cons: None

    I'm glad I read all the reviews before purchasing. I normally wear a 38-30 sized jean. However, based on the reviews, I ordered 36-30. The jeans fit me perfectly. The product was shipped promptly, properly packed and included instructions about trying on the pants before trashing the packing material. Good advice in case of sizing problems. Fortunately, I couldn't be more happy with the Kevlar reinforced jeans. This is my first purchase from Competition Accessories but it definitely won't be my last.

    As advertised - RP   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Durable, strong, work as advertised
    Cons: A little baggy when not on the bike but roomy when riding

    On a group ride from SC to Parkersburg, WV, one of our riders hit a patch of loose stones when turning off the interstate and he laid his bike down at about 50 mph. He slid on his left side and ended up with severe road rash on his left arm. The only thing that saved him from road rash on his left hip was that his wallet was in his left rear pocket. His jeans and wallet were destroyed.Upon our return, I immediately went to the Competition Accessories store and purchased a pair of Slider jeans. Two weeks later, we had another group ride to Gatlinburg, TN. While on the Tail of the Dragon, I had two bikes come into my lane while I was making a sharp left hand turn. To avoid a head-on collision, I brought my bike up and ended up running off the right side of the road. Fortunately, I did not hit any trees, walls or go over a cliff but I did go off over the bike. I hit my left leg on the bike as I came off. Though I did have an injury, the Slider jeans protected my leg from what could have been a much more severe injury.I now wear these jeans whenever I am on a trip. They do what they are advertised to do they give you that added level of protection that you may some day need.

    Strenght and comfort - REM NJ   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit style and feel
    Cons: A little heavy you definitely need a belt

    This is my second pair of sliders and they are well worth the price. I like the knee protector pockets and hoe the kevlar is generously distributed ans sown into place. I tried on a pair at a store that wasn't as roomy and the Kevlar wasn't completely sown in place. They run large I ordered one size down but probably could have gone down two sizes. I would reccomended them to friends.

    Great Product-Very Functional - SK   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very Comfortable, The best Kevlar coverage, Relaxed Fit
    Cons: None

    I wear a 32-32 in jeans. After reading compacc's and others sizing help I ordered the 30-34 in the Slider Jeans 4.0. I went with 34, as I wanted my jeans to cover my boots up to the ankle length even after I sit on the bike. Shipping was quick and the Jeans fit perfectly for my 32 waist. Some reviews mentioned the optional CE knee armor doesn't stay in place, so I ordered some RS Taichi Stealth Knee Sleeves instead. The combination of the Slider Jeans and the RS Taichi Armor was the best solution I have found. The jeans are very comfortable, and are just like regular jeans to walk around in. I rode over 550 miles last weekend to the Laguna Seca Moto GP race on my R1 and was in the jeans throughout. The jeans flow air like regular jeans and have a relaxed fit. Have well sized pockets. No one notices them as riding pants. I have a pair of textile pants and those can get pretty uncomfortable to walk around in when not on the bike. These Kevlar jeans are the perfect solution. My friend bought them too and is very very impressed. The price was totally worth it. Great product from Compacc. Would def recommend these.

    Pluses Out Way The Cons - 3xsnice   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great Fit, Size, Protection, Style, Color, Denim
    Cons: Can be a little warm on hot days

    After reading the reviews it is clear to me that most riders don't wear gear if they are complaining about the pants being to baggy. I love these pants and the fact that they provide a little room to wear gear comfortably under these jeans wo being too noticeable is great. I wear a size 3832 and these pants provide enough room for me to wear my armored shorts underneath pretty comfortably. When I choose not to wear my shorts under my jeans I still wear my kneeshin guards and they fit comfortably under these jeans as well. I believe in being being safe and protected in the event of a fall. Never went down and don't plan to but these jeans as well as they are made prevents road-rash but they don't prevent bones from being broken.

    Great Product - Better Price - Bullet Proof   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Awesome Price, Great looking, Nice Fit
    Cons: Hot in FL summer when not on the go

    I have shopped around and been looking for a while before I decided on the Sliders jeans I also bought a pair of Cargo pants. No other riding jeans can match the protection for the that Comp Accs has in this product. I have ridden in my jeans a couple of times now and they were great I also bought the CE knee protectors. They look good and the average person will never know that you are wearing protective riding jeans. I am planning on buying a couple of Kahkis next as I am planning on commuting a few days a week on my 04 VFR800.Thanks,Rob in Tampa, FL

    Comfortable, OK fit, I'll keep them - c   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, good coverage with the kevlar, pads are in a good location, fit is acceptable
    Cons: A little loose fit, but acceptable not a heavy denim and stitching is light compared to heavy duty jeans.

    My first concern is the fit, as many reviews indicated the jeans runs baggy and large. For me, 30x30, the sizing is about 1in larger in the waist, baggy in the legs, maybe a inch long. I washed them and it's OK - it's the smallest size, so not much I can do. I noticed, very comfortable, like pre-washed , medium weight demin. The waist band is not double layer and the stitching is not as heavy as a levi or work jean. On the other hand, it more comfortable as the material is not very stiff.The knee pads fit nicely and put in the high position, fit perfect for short me.I'll update if I ever really get to test the strength of the kevlar sections - hopefully not

    Excellent - Vinny I   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Excellent quality great fit.
    Cons: None

    There are great kevlar motorcycle jeans. They run a little a big as stated in the description. Very comfortable.

    Very impressed - Tom   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    I just got my Sliders and I was very impressed by the fabric and fit. I usually wear a 38-waist so I ordered a 36 and they fit perfectly.

    Great Pants - B. Carnage   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable not dopey looking.
    Cons: None so far

    I got my sliders 4.0 because they were the first kevlar jean out there that had knee armor that I came across. I have mainly worn leather overpants or other branded riding pants, that made me look like I belonged out at the track. My biggest complaint with the leather is that does not breathe and though I would feel good about sliding in them, I did not like not having some sort of armor in the impact areas. The knees are a good place to start. They have a lot of room in the groin too which makes riding much more comfortable. I have gone to restaurants and bars and no one noticed they were armored. It was nice to look normal.They do run a little big. I orderd one size down in waist and length, due to other reviews I had read. They fit perfect. Good Stuff. I'll be buying more.

    Exceeded my expectations - Orwelle   UT
    I really like my pair of Sliders blue denim jeans. I bought them because they are a very useful step between just jeans and full on riding pants. It's true that they run big. I wear a size 34-31 in my Costco jeans and I ordered 32-32 in the Sliders. PERFECT, even after washing them. They are a bit long, but that's best for riding pants. They look great just as jeans. They are cut very generously through the legs. The denim seems heavier than normal. The Kevlar coverage is very good too. Quality of materials and construction is high. These are well worth the price to me. There are nylon pockets sewn into the knees for armor. I have some CE approved knee armor that looks identical and fits well. It is easily adjustable to position the armor at the correct height for different knees. Because of the loose fit of the pantlegs, the armor is of questionable effectiveness. It could easily rotate away to either side leaving the knees unprotected. Still, it's there if you want it. I almost always wear hard kneeshin protectors and the cut of the pants allows even my largest pair Thor Force knee brace to fit easily underneath. The Kevlar is a bit scratchy. I recommend these pants as a great pair of riding jeans.

    Sliders 4.0 kevlar riding jeans - Lance  
    got the Slider 3.0 last year after a fall on my bike. After I saw what happens to leather when you slide for 30 feet, I decided my regular Jeans were just not going to do the trick it it happens again. I bought these, and love them. They are comfortable, a little baggy, but since they are recommended to be worn with armor underneath, I can understand the reason for the loose fit. I ride in Texas year round, and so far have no problem with heat, there is not so much fabric that they are overly warm. Yet they did block some of the cold on the cooler days, so I didn't have to wear my chaps near as often. I'm slowly working on replacing all my jeans with sliders. I don't want to have to plan ahead on whether or not I will ride. If all my Jeans are Kevlar, then it doesn't matter. I recently ordered my second pair, this time the 4.0 and I'm waiting on them to come in. When they do, I'll probably order the third pair. I did order this second pair a size smaller. Based on on how they fit when they get here, will determine what size I get for next time

    Great Kevlar Jeans for Motorcycle Riding - jon boy  
    Great Kevlar Jeans.. Love them.

    Bob Fischer  
    Love the jeans, denim is thick yet soft. I will say, then do run a little on the large side 1/2 a size , but that works for me. armor is a great option, especially compared to other jeans with no armor for 40 more..

    kevlar riding jeans review - Steven H  
    Good jeans, good coverage, great pricing.

    Chris Martin  
    Good jeans. especially for the money.. the do run large. based on reviews I ordered up a size and they are a good fit. I would say if you like baggy jeans, then order normal and use a belt. If you usually have tighter jeans, then order down a size.

    Jake D Ronle  
    I highly recommend these Kevlar motorcycle jeans. I have 3 pairs now.. 2 of them are the 4.0 with armor.. About 2 weeks ago I low sided in a turn when avoiding a car driving over center. I slid on my hip and can for about 40-50 feet.. I could not believe that the jeans held up great and no road rash.. thankfully .. The denim in one spot was worn through, but luckily the kevlar was there.. I just bought 2 more pairs of the Sliders Kevlar jeans.. Great, Great, Great product...

    All i have to say is perfect fit. I'm an athletic 6'4, 280 so i'm kinda muscular everywhere, I ordered a 40w/36L. I would have ordered a 38W but my thighs would be an issue. Geez, they even make my butt look good. I'm going to order a second pair of sliders kevlar riding jeans now, bye......

    Tommy T  
    I had the Sliders khakis, but held off on the 3.0 jeans since there were no knee pads. Bought the 4.0 with the pads and couldn't be more pleased! I played a gig for a 2nd Harvest biker fundraiser in TN; the jeans rode well on the bike and the protection gave me great peace of mind. They were completely comfortable for an entire day's riding as well as being on stage performing. A great investment!

    Sizing Help: I bought a size 36x32, because more of my dress pants are this size. However, these jeans obviously run on the large side, so I had to exchange for a size 34x32. I was hoping to get the right size the 1st time, but I guess not. My wife pointed out it is just like when I go to the store for pants. I can try on 10 pairs and maybe only like the way 4-5 fit.About the jeans: These Kevlar motorcycle Jeans do have a lot of Kevlar. Also the pockets for the armor are great. I just had to use the higher of 3 spots to get the armor in the right spot. I feel much better using these than just normal jeans for sure.Overall. I absolutely recommend this product. I just suggest maybe going down a size if you are unsureHope this helps..Rich, VA.

    Mark Davis  
    These are very nice kevlar riding jeans. I have 3 other pairs of sliders, but none had the knee armor, so when these came out I jumped on them. The armor for me works best in the middle of the 3 positions. The Denim on these sliders jeans seems to be good quality they say 13.5 oz and the jeans are a little darker in color than the previous versions, which is good. I like the new cut.. I personally can really tell when I get on the bike that they have added some material to the top, which is an improvement. I am a 36.x32 and these fit good just like the other pairs. However, they are a little larger in the waist not much , but that changed once I washed them a couple times. Sorry have not had to test them in a crash, so I can not comment on the protection. I recommend to anyone looking for jeans to ride in..

    Sliders 4.0 - Dennis the Menace   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: The Good thing about them is they run a little big. So there is room for Thermals and the Fall protection Pads
    Cons: The Bad thing about them is they run a little big. They are very Baggie around the Legs. The Pockets are too Short in the Front.

    Overall they are nice Pants. Sadly they did not come with the Fall Protection Pads as Pictured. The Denim is Pre Washed so they are Extremely Comfortable.

    Sliders Pants - R. David   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, good coverage.
    Cons: Baggy

    Seems well made, protection good coverage. A little baggier than I would like and I have big legs. Definitely follow the other reviews about ordering sizing. I'm almost a 38 waist but in these pants a 36 fit well. Disappointed that when I ordered two pair of these, knee armor but was not in stock. Now I will have to pay shipping cost again if I get some.

    Great Jeans - Son of the Hounds   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Love the cooler chinos for summer
    Cons: Don't offer tan or light color of women

    These are my 4 and 5th pair. They drape like normal jeans. I like the blue jeans for most use, but love the chinos or the chino cargo pants for hot summer riding. I buy one size smaller waist size and they fit great. I like the regular cut as they allow freedom of motion.

    First set of Sliders - Eric H   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good looking loose fit jeans , heavy weight construction.
    Cons: Heavy to walk around in. Prickly velcro on the inside

    I bought these jeans because I want to add a little more safety to my rides. had a great sale so I decided to give them a try, I bought two pair. The jeans arrived quickly. They look as good as any new jeans and really fit loose. The length is true.I tried them on and felt something prickly just above my knees. They were also pretty stiff. I decided to wash them immediately after trying them on. After the wash and dry they were still loose, no shrinkage. Also the prickly things were still there. I turned them inside out and discovered there was a plastic like mesh where the armour pockets attached to the jeans. I trimmed the prickly things down with a nail file. They are great now.These jeans are pretty thick and I got pretty hot on a 95 degree day. I'll save these for cooler days. I still yes they are a great buy and I feel safer wearing them.

    nice pants - sliders pants   MS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: well made
    Cons: waist a bit large

    These pants look and feel good. Size is a little larger than expected. However I just used a zip tie to join. two belt loops in the back together and of course use a belt Looks like they will hold up well.

    Sliders Jeans - Keith   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Decent quality for the price. Not too heavy.
    Cons: A little baggy on me. No padding.

    Overall a good pair of riding jeans, especially if you catch a sale like I did.

    Slider 4.0 - JAORE   AL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fits well, great price
    Cons: Not very stylish. But neither am I

    The cut, in the legs, is generous. But they have a large coverage of the protective material.Plus I've had Sliders before and got a LOT of miles out of them. So they really give me bang for the buck.

    Great buy - RC5695   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great fit at waist, look great, liner, protection, extra long, can accept knee pads
    Cons: Fit different than sliders khakis, must have certain knee pads to fit right

    Love these jeans. I no longer have to wear over pants. While they are warm on a 90 degree day, they are no warmer than jeans under mesh over pants. For us as described, except I didn't notice the ad saying how much longer they were.... Just order the size you wear and you'll be fine.I tried a couple different knee pads and could not get them to fit right, they always wanted to try to go to the side.

    Satisfied - hp   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable and durable
    Cons: none

    great riding pants and a good price

    Great value - J   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, Full cut
    Cons: Run 2 inches bigger

    Great value for the money. Didn't have to test them out on a 700 mile CO mountain ride. But through hot and cold weather they were perfect. They do fit very loose if you use your regular waist measurement , some wear a thin liner , I didn't and they were great. Length was longer when walking, but perfect when riding the Road King. Highly recommend . Enjoy the ride.

    Cheapest Kevlar out there - DWolvin   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Stealthy safety gearp- looks mostly like normal jeans.
    Cons: a bit loose in the waist might not be a con

    I still have not tested these, but don't want to either. Commute 50 miles of SoCal freeway every day, and these are cheap piece of mind.

    DaveA - dietDrThunder   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, thicknes, Kevlar coverage, build quality
    Cons: inner mesharmor useless, mysterious sizing

    These are IMO the best riding jeans that are available at any price, and I think I've tried them all. They might be the most comfortable jeans that I own, with super thick and super soft denim, and a nice baggy fit that I really like on the bike. The build quality is excellent, and no break-in is required.Like all moto-jeans, the knee armor is ridiculous, and should be scrapped immediately. There is no possible way for any pants that fit the way comfortable jeans fit to also keep armor in place in the case of a crash. The only way to keep knee armor in placea is to have a combination of an articulated knee and stiffer material working together to create a knee pocket for both the armor and your knee to sit in. Look up a pair or leather sport riding pants and look at how the knee is built. If you don't have that, attaching the knee armor to the pants is silly. Apart from that, like the armor in all jeans, it is way too small to be useful.But, hope is not lost. Get some 20 dirtmoto-x kneeshin guards, and wear them under the pants. This combo is super comfy, way more protective than the rubber blob that roams around that people call armor in these and all other riding jeans, and they're cheap. Also, if you agree with the wisdom I'm trying to impart here, it's important to note that the cut of the jeans is baggy enough to easily pull the legs up to put ontake off the knee-shin guards.My personal favorite for the armor right now is the Thor Sector. 30, comfortable, and CE approved.Last item follow the advice for sizing you'll find elsewhere, and still be prepared to exchange them once to get it right. Don't worry, it's worth it.

    luv them - copilot   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: more comfortable than chaps
    Cons: Can not take them off like chaps

    They are a little larger than the size ordered. The will fit over cold weather gear very nicely. They are very comfortable to wear. In hot weather they absorb the sweat and keep you cooler than chaps. No one has even noticed that I am wearing them

    Good value - Jumbo   NH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made
    Cons: A little too loose fitting

    The jeans are good quality but are very generously cut, in my opinion a little too relaxed, I get a lot of flapping of the legs in the wind. The waist is my normal size but is a bit loose and the inseam is slightly shorter than advertised so order the next longer than normal size if you want them to not ride up. Overall though, I'm satisfied.

    They work for me - Shoreguy4u   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very soft heavy duty denim. Good color. Three positions for optional knee armor
    Cons: Got the optional knee armor they position well but I would not want to do a lot of walking with them in.

    First, as many reviewers have said already 1000 order a size down. I am a 32 waist so I ordered the 30s and still have room. Length also runs long but not a bad thing for riding. Ordered the optional knee armor and you have three positions to find what works for your anatomy. However, the knee armor sleeve inside the pants is made of a mesh material that is a bit scratchy. So when the armor is installed and you are walking around it feels like sandpaper on your knee caps. Not horrible but it's a bit annoying. Overall they are very comfortable riding in because the fabric is soft and they have a relaxed fit so you have room in the crotch area as well as around your thighs. Overall I am happy with the purchase but I really do think the knee armor should be included with the purchase of the jeans.

    Slider jeans - jes   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: More protection than regular jeans
    Cons: Sizing pretty far off

    I just hit a deer and suffered multiple injuries. My fieldsheer textile pants and Tourmaster jacket were pretty beat up. The insurance company paid for new clothing so I decided to try a pair of these sliders plus get a new pair of textile pants and jacket. I plan on buying a set of Bohn body armor to wear under these Slider jeans. I found that when I hit the ground the armor in the sleeves of the jacket and knees of the pants rolled out of position resulting in greater abrasions than if the armor would have stayed in place. I think the combination of the Bohn armor and these pants would be an improvement over just the armor in the knee pockets of the pants. As far as the sizing goes, after reading the comments about how big these are I decided to get the 32 waist I normally wear a 34 and the 34 length I normally wear a 34 or 36 length blue jean. I'm nearly 6'4 and 185 lbs. tall and thin and the 32 waist and 34 length were about perfect. So, yes, they are cut big. I'm still recovering from my injuries, so I haven't been on the bike yet, but the Sliders seem soft and comfortable just trying them on.

    Men's Sliders - KLX351   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: rugged construction
    Cons: sizes run big

    I wear a 34 waist 32 inseam in most jeans. I ordered this same size and they are huge even after several hot washes and runs through the dryer. I suggest ordering a smaller size and if they are still too large do not expect them to shrink enough to fit properly.There is a stitch of Kevlar in the right knee area that constantly jabs my knee while riding. Going to look for an iron-on patch to hopefully fix this uncomfortable issue. If you wear knee armor then you should be good to go.Besides the uncomfortable knee and the huge size, I still like the pants and wear them every time I ride.

    Decent - Bminder   WY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great price, fit well, soft demin
    Cons: Velcro strips scratched my knee

    They look nice, seem sturdy, comfortable, except for the velcro strip in the knee that I think is for armor. The velcro would scratch the inside of my knee. I couldn't move it, I washed them and that didn't help, so I cut the velcro straps out. Other than that they seem good.

    Sliders experience - JP   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: High quality
    Cons: Pockets a little small

    I just completed a 1600 mile ride on my Honda ST1300. In the middle of this ride I also got a chance to put about 400 miles on a beautifully restored Yamaha XS 650. In other words 2 completely different riding experiences. I wore the Sliders every day. They were comfortable while offering a feeling of protection. Most of the time I also wore an armored lycra pant under them.The only improvement I can think of is if the pockets were a little deeper, for more security.My sizing ran true. I ordered the same size as my regular jeans.I highly recommend Sliders.A great pair of pants

    Roomy, inexpensive coverage - plgoddard   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy duty, soft denim with good protection
    Cons: Baggy and Irritating on the Knees when walking

    Disclaimer I have not taken a spill, so I haven't experienced first hand the actual protection.These jeans are made with what appears to be heavy duty 13.5 oz. denim, and they are very soft. They contain patches of DupontTM Kevlar aramid fiber panels and appear to be in all the right places.These pants are quite baggy, I usually wear a 31x32 and purchased the 30x32 and the waist is perfect and there is a LOT of room in the seat and legs, and a bit of extra length which is nice when riding.While they're baggy, on my motorcycle I don't notice any unusual flapping in the wind.My only beef is the stitching on the inside at the knee -- it can be irritating when walking I don't wear these jeans with any insertspads.

    Crazy sizes - Bullboxer   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy jeans, good Kevlar, good ballroom
    Cons: Crazy sizes

    See above

    Great Jeans - Brad   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    These run on the big side so I had to get a smaller size. I think they are great. Very comfortable

    Riding Jeans - Danielle   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfy fit
    Cons: wish front pockets were deeper, velcro on the inside can be a bit itchy

    These jeans are great The only thing that I feel would be better is if the front pockets were deeper. I have a hard time finding women's jeans that fit properly and that is why I go to men's jeans instead and these are great.

    sliders 4.0 jeans - mike   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy weight denim, good coverage of Kevlar reinforcements
    Cons: Heavy denim...would be hot for summer riding.

    Bought these as the ace boot cut jeans were unavailable. As other reviewers have said, they run towards the large side in sizing. I thought they fit a bit sloppy, and would have worried about them moving around on me, if I were to crash. I have since returned them, as the boot cut jeans in my size became available... will review those when I get them.

    Good pants, with caveats - Brian P   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy, good kevlar coverage, durable
    Cons: Junk zipper, sizing inconsistent

    I've been wearing a pair of these regularly for about 6 months now, and overall have been very pleased with the quality of construction, weight of denim, coverage of kevlar, and room in the legs for armor I wear Dainese kneeshin guards.It would be a solid recommendation but for one thing the zipper is lacking an upper catch don't know the proper term, and after a few months of wearing in, it absolutely refuses to stay up. A little embarrassing to be walking around constantly re-zipping your pants, or having the zipper fall down without realizing it. Maybe I got a defective one, I don't know, but it's not really acceptable, even on a bargain item.Second issue sizing. If you're gonna make a 36 that fits like a 39, fine...I'll buy the size that works. But don't then turn around and start making a 36 that fits like a 37--contradicting my own experience, and hundreds of reviews--without telling anybody It just cost me return shipping on a second pair to find out that they've changed their sizing.

    Slider 4.0 review - Greg   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable, room for long lohns
    Cons: [None]

    As most reviews have said, larger than your normal size and relaxed fit which is perfect for riding. And because of the roominess, long johns dont feel like they're cramping you. Order you regular sizeHave not tried with knee armor yet but I would think that the extra roominess also helps with the armor.Looking forward to wearing these next summer on long rides

    Sliders Kahki - Silverfox   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: This is my 3 rd pair of Sliders Jeans
    Cons: Do not like the Brown color

    The jeans are great, was a little disappointed in the brown baby sh# color

    Sliders 4.0 - Dennis   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: quality construction
    Cons: fitment issues

    I had to return mine because of the fit. I wear a 34 normally so I got a 32 and 34 because of the other reviews about size. The 32 were way too tight in the waist and the 34 were a bit big. They were also too baggy. Wish they had fit because they felt nice and were well built.

    Slider Jeans - Slider Jeans   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: heavy denim, well constructed
    Cons: Way too big

    I usually wear a 34 in jeans so based on the reviews bought a 32 and a 34 just in case. The 32 were a true 32 and were too small for me. The 34 were more like a 36 and far too baggy. Wish one would have fit because they seemed like very nice riding jeans.

    sliders Jeans - rayjay   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: very nice cut, decent protection, good value.
    Cons: Lack of hip pad pockets, mickey mouse knee pad pockets.

    Jeans are comfortable on and off the bike. The cut, or tailoring is very good-- not at all baggy or loose. Both wife and I ended up 3 sizes down. I know this is very individual, depending on body type, but order AT LEAST a size small, and probably two. Knee pad pockets are not very good, but at least they are there, and they are barely acceptable. I ride for business, making multiple stops at job sites, so not having to deal with regular riding overpants is a giant plus.Would recommend.

    Good Jeans, Comfortable, Wide Bottoms - JamesinMI   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, Deep Pockets, Lots of Kevlar in Right Places
    Cons: Pant bottoms are wider than expected but still ok.

    These pants are the ones that I wear mostly. My favorite jeans are Wrangler and these are the closest motorcycle jeans to those. Pockets are deep and roomy and there is a lot of Kevlar in the right places. I hope to never need to actually slide on the road in these jeans but they give me a feeling of extra protection vs regular jeans. My only disappointment is the fact that the pant legs are wider at the bottom than they appear in the photos. My Slider pant legs are about 1.5 inches wider than the pant legs on my Wrangler jeans. That may come in handy when wearing long underwear during colder rides but I would prefer not to have the slight bell bottoms. All in all, they look good with my square toe Justin boots and I recommend the Slider jeans.

    Comfy and protective - Jim   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfy, good for 3 seasons
    Cons: Sizing is a bit odd. Wished there was a faded blue color.

    I got these for riding in the hot summer. It's 90 degrees and 1000 humidity here in Maryland and I'm fine wearing these jeans. It's better than wearing normal jeans since they have Kevlar in them. I did try the armor in them. It just slides around in the jeans, so I don't use it. They are comfy once you figure out the odd sizing. I sent back 2 pairs and very pleased with the size I settled on. Will prolly get another pair. First time I used Competition Accessories always see them advertise. No problems at all, I'm very pleased with whole buying experience.

    Sliders 4.0 Black - Bob   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, armor integrated.
    Cons: Big, knee armor placement.

    Excellent kevlar jeans, optional CE armor is good. They run big by 3 sizes, when down from 38 to 36, should have got 34. Armor floats around a bit too much.

    Don't ride without 'em. - Ed from South Hill Va   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Addition of knee armor, Kevlar coverage
    Cons: A little pricey

    I don't ride without these. You can get a little hot wearing them in 90 weather but worth the trade off IMHO. This is my third pair. Initially bought two pair about five years ago. Still good shape just faded. Lost 71 pounds and had to replace. Bought one waist size smaller 36 x 30 and perfect fit in waist. I have short inseam but on bike length seems reasonable. Only fit problem is knee armor - with my short inseam the pads fit too low on leg.

    Pants - Fred   IN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Size is accurate
    Cons: Kevlar or plastic threads scratch knees

    See above.

    Comfortable Jeans - Rick E   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfy
    Cons: Scratchiness at knees with velcro

    Quality Jeans as I used them exclusively on a 2200 mile road trip through the Midwest. They are quite baggie and are a size smaller than what I normally wear. ORDER A SIZE SMALLER for the waist when you order these.I put CE Armor in the knees and they fit fine and are quite unnoticeable when you are off the bike. Not as comfy off the bike as they are on the bike since you have all the weight of the heavy denim, Kevlar, and the armor, BUT they are billed as such and I feel they are worthy investment.Quality product at an affordable price

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - Ralf   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fits the bill in a budget
    Cons: very baggy

    to be honest, these are my first jeansriding pants. Since I could not try them on before purchasing, it was a crapshoot PROS comfortable, will work as riding pants for a casual ride or when I don't want to put on my Aerostitch on casual Fridays for my commute. They appear to have the protection in the right places. A place to put knee pads are a plusCONS very baggy for me. I am medium build but short, so the legs are as always too long. They are so baggy that when i ride in them, I can feel air flowing up the legs which is a plus or minus depending on the weather The knee protector area fits a slim knee pad, so good luck thinking you can put your other knee pads from your suit into this oneOVERALL - not bad for a pair of budget pants. If you don't want to spend over 100 for riding jeans, these will work for those casual rides. I don't think I would carve canyons in these pants...but if I am commuting to work & not hitting over 50 MPH, these pants will work.

    So far so good - I ride   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good protection for the
    Cons: Wish they were a little longer on the inseam.

    So far so good the fit is good. I'm 6'3 I ordered the 36-32. They fit well till I sit on my bike wish they came a little longer size, other then that the blue ones are nice. I will probably order the black ones next.

    So far so good - I ride   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good protection for the
    Cons: Wish they were a little longer on the inseam.

    So far so good the fit is good. I'm 6'3 I ordered the 36-32. They fit well till I sit on my bike wish they came a little longer size, other then that the blue ones are nice. I will probably order the black ones next.

    Good Value. Hope I never have to rely on the Kevlar - PhotoDude   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Kevlar sizing is generous in Rump, and all around the Knees. and Sewn in.
    Cons: Options on placement of pads is not ideal

    Options on placement of pads is not ideal for placing the pad so that is is working for my Knees. It has 3 positions available, using the 6 velcro sets of strips to position the pad. but I want a bit larger pad to cover around the knee and Below. The pads sit too high, even in the lowest setting.It is nice that they are a bit longer than my standard pants to cover my boots and If shortie boots my socks

    love them - scout   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great price
    Cons: armor pocket can scratch skin

    wonderful product get the armor for 10 buck more. size runs large kind of baggy wish it was darker blue color

    Sliders 4.0 Saved my Bacon - Mike O.   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy durable construction
    Cons: Waist sizes run big by 2 inches, Can be hot in warm weather

    Went down doing 60 mph wearing the Sliders 4.0. I broke my leg but didn't have one bit of road rash and the sliders held up beautifully...until EMS cut them off. Still not happy about that

    Worth It - Steben53   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sturdy but soft denim, kevlar reinforced
    Cons: Fit runs large, a bit bulky to pack.

    Great value for kevlar riding jeans. Run large especially in the waist. Order one size smaller than usual. I like the fit, the comfort and the extra protection. I ride with one and carry another -- they are a bit bulky but what the hell. I recommend Slider jeans.

    Good Jeans - FRM   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good Quality Good price
    Cons: Somewhat baggy

    I ordered one pair and after wearing them for a season I bought two other pairs for Christmas gifts to friends. You should order one waist size smaller than a typical Levi's fit since these jeans run somewhat larger. I wear 34 and I ordered 32. The jeans are comfortable and well made. After a couple of minutes you forget that you are wearing Kevlar jeans. The jeans wash well. I ride almost every day in the summer and surprisingly these jeans are not more uncomfortable than regular jeans. In the fall, these heavier jeans keep you warm. If you ride hard, you should buy them.

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - Garey in San Diego   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good lining for safety, pockets for knee armor actually work, good looking.
    Cons: Too generous in the cut for the leg and bottom cuff. Larger below the knee than they need to be.

    I like these jeans very much. Handy and good enough looking that you could wear them around after being off the bike and still be acceptable at most venues. Front and rear pockets are very deep for personal effects although I do wish the rear pockets had some type of secure closure such as a button or velcro.I finally figured out the knee pocket insertion technique which is not immediately obvious, at least to me. There are two areas of closure and you open the bottom one to insert your knee protection and by using the top closure to place the armor in conjunction with the bottom closure you can locate the knee armor very closely as appropriate to your own anatomy, or knee. This is much appreciated and I definitely like the idea of having the knee protection there.Again, the bottom of the leg cut and the cuff closure are very large diameter and much larger than they need to be in my opinion. With regular street shoes they look a little strange being so big around. Over motorcycle boots they don't look AS strange but again they are larger than they need to be in this riders opinion.I'd recommend these, comfortable not he bike and nice to have the armor in place on the knee.

    Sliders Kevlar Jeans - LGD   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice jeans, good price.
    Cons: [None]

    Nice jeans, soft and roomy. Not necessarily the most stylish, but protection is more important than style. Due to the Kevlar, they're a bit more insulated so a little warmer than single layer jeans alone. Recommended.

    yes they are roomy - A good riding Jean   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Thick weight denim, significant kevlar protection, loose cut, legs don't blow up
    Cons: you can feel the stitching on your thighs, waist is cut like a boot cut plumbers beware

    well it's October in NY and the tail end of the riding season for most is upon us. The temps have been mostly in the 50's and these things have been great out in it. Yes they run large see the video yes they really do look that wide on you standing still but the coverage is great when you're riding. The weight of the fabric and cut of the legs help keep the bottoms Down while I ride using forward controls. Wear a belt because they do run large in the waist too great for us huskier fellas. Only cons- the stitching used to meld the Kevlar to the Jean pokes in spots reminding me of times I used to get pricked by a sticker bush while in jeans... Hope I never have to test em out for real. The coverage of the kevlar does inspire confidence as to their functionality... Yes I would recommend them

    Sliders 4.0 Riding Jeans - mtnbandit   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very well made, comfortable, good pockets and lots of Kevlar protection
    Cons: The optional knee pads are difficult to keep in place.

    Very well made, comfortable, good pockets and lots of Kevlar protectionThe optional knee pads are difficult to keep in place.

    As exprcted - Garth   Ontario Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice fit, comfy,
    Cons: Fit lrge

    As others have said, they fit large but are comfortable and look like they will provide reasonable protection. I ordered a 34 which I wear in a Levi and they fit like a loose relaxed style. Not all bad. Would order the same size if I were to do it again

    Could wear like any other jeans - Connie14   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit like regular jeans
    Cons: stitching a little off on the fly,

    Comfortable, even with the pads and they stay put OK...they do wear a little big in the waist from my actual jeans. Little heavier than normal, to be expected though.

    sliders jeans - ken   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: seem well made
    Cons: sizing is unpredictable

    I am an atgatt guy. My wife has started riding with me. she took over my old bandit 1200 As a result we started going places together, out to eat, visiting etc on the bikes so I wanted something that would be less bulky and obvious looking while providing some protection. She had bought a pair of the womens sliders and liked them they looked like regular jeans with kevlar inside. She got me a pair of the mens for my birthday and we ordered 34 waist as I read the reviews and usually wear 36. got the jeans and they swallowed me seemed like the waist might have been 40 or more. sent them back paid the shipping cha ching cha ching the price is going up all the time. ordered the 32 havent worn a 32 in decades but whats a guy to do. Got the 32 waist and they are snug. can't tuck a shirt in. Kept them beacuse the other brands are just stupid expensive and I wanted a pair. They are more gear looking than the womens but I feel they offer good protection a compromise from my regular pants but they do what I want them to do. Just know that the sizing was for me a total crap shoot. There didn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to it. Add in the ship back costs when you buy or maybe you'll get lucky. All in all happy final total outlay less than another brand but would have liked a better fit but 34 huge 32 tight was best I could do.

    Sliders 4.0 are great - Mikey   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Look like regular jeans, comfortable, good fit
    Cons: Small belt loops

    I have used these pants on several trips and feel a lot more comfortable knowing I have extra protection in case the unexpected occurs. They fit well and are good fit. It is true they are slightly larger than the size, but feel good when riding. I just wish they would of made larger belt loops as only thin belts can be used. Overall a really great buy

    sliders pant. - mike.utah   UT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: they fit well.very comfortable
    Cons: a little bulky

    I have these jeans as well as the drayko brand and i most allways wear the sliders.they are better looking and more comfortable. also more protection.

    Better than expected - Andrey   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good value, durable, a lot of cevlar coverage
    Cons: not as breathable as regular pair of jeans, might get hot if riding above 85 degrees.

    Tried many other brands that cost much more and these pair of jeans does not disappoint. A bit baggy but comfortable while riding.

    Bulletproof - AngelC   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Thick, good looking, black, smells nice
    Cons: Velcro sometimes scratches...

    I had some thick pair of Levi's SilverTabs. These Sliders are thicker than those. There's a bit of weight to them but it also feels like they will protect you in a slide. I tried the pads but they felt bulky and made it look like I had broken my knee caps. The Velcro that secures them can scratch if not lined up properly when fastening. It's difficult to align unless you turn the pants inside out. The pants also smell like phosphorous matches. Add some sulfur and brimstone and I'll just get homesick. Anyways, the pants were a good buy.

    Size Matters - Big O   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great protection
    Cons: Sized big, warm in hot weather

    I am happy a read the warnings and ordered a size smaller waist. I normally wear a 38 waist and the 36 fit a little loose. the inseam length is just an inch longer than advertised so I thought I could get away with a 32 length on my first pair I ordered, but they rode up too far when bending my knees on a sport bike, exposing most of my boots. I ordered a 34 length on my second pair and they were perfect on the bike, but a little long when standing. I normally wear a 32 dress pant and 34 jean length. I haven't been down yet knock, knock to test the protection, but I can say they are well made and heavy. I bought the CE armor inserts but usually don't use them. I had to put the knee pads in the highest position to barely get proper orientation to my knee. I ride in 100 degree weather and the extra layers of Kevlar can have an insulating affect, but they are still more comfortable than my GoreTex riding pants. They perform well in cooler weather.

    Ruff-n-Tuff - Miguel C.   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Bulletproof
    Cons: Heavy, scratchy velcro

    Looks good. Fits good. Smells good like phosphorus. Feels a bit heavy and the Velcro on the knee armor pockets will scratch if you don't align them properly. The knee pads are good for spirited rides but less for cruising. These are now my primary riding pants. If G.I.Joe rides these are the pants he'd be wearing.

    Comfortable Kevlar Denim Riding Jeans - IronSideUp   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, stylish ride, protection for the slide
    Cons: None at this time

    The riding pants are comfortable and stylish. The ride in them is great and they are nice for walking around at destinations. I hope to never test out the protective linings but having them there gives a little more secure feeling.

    Sliders Jeans, Kevlar denim Motorcycle riding jeans - Logedog   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, better protection than ordinary jeans, not too warm during hot days.
    Cons: A little too baggy, would prefer a slightly trimmer cut.

    I actually like these jeans. They feel good when wearing them and don't scratch the skin. They provide decent wind protection on colder mornings and aren't too warm on hot days. I just wish that they weren't so baggy and could slim down the legs a little.

    sliders 4.0 - trespasser   AL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: very well made,length perfect , delivery and packing perfect
    Cons: the legs were just too baggy,not something you could wear after bike ride

    Competition is the best ever to do business with, I told them my problem they assisted me in every way in my return, refunded money quickly . I would trust them to buy any thing no matter the price, if you are not happy ,there is no worry.

    Kevlar Motorcycle Jeans - Thanks, John   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Pants fit and are comfortable
    Cons: [None]

    Pants came within a few days with free shipping. Pants fit and are comfortable

    Sliders Jeans Put to the Test - Rickrides   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, decent armor.
    Cons: Durability in crash knee pads don't stay in place

    On 72014 I went down in my Slider jeans, which I have owned for about a year. I was not wearing the optional knee pads. The crash was an approx. 25 MPH per my friend lowside. Hit my right knee on the pavement. The crash tore a silver dollar sized hole in the denim and also a dime sized hole in the Kevlar knee lining. Some friction burns on my knee from the Kevlar, I presume no road rash.The problem I have had with the knee pads is that the Velcro on the knee pad pockets is not strong enough to hold the pads in place during use as one walks around the pads keep slipping down to the next level and are then out of position. Larger Velcro patches like the ones on BILT's jeans are needed to hold the knee pad in place as I feel the Sliders are a better product that the BILT jeans otherwise. Still, I did not expect penetration of the Kevlar knee liner. Size does run large. I usually wear a 34 in Levis 501s but a 32 in the Sliders.

    Sliders 4.0 jeans - David   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Just like Levi's in looks and feel.
    Cons: Baggy

    Very comfortable. Baggy but when riding, the extra room seems to work.

    Sliders Jeans - Slg   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Product description is pretty accurate
    Cons: Roomier than expected

    Sized very lose fit. Got the 34's. Fit more like a 38. I usually wear a 34-36 waist jean. I have a stocky build. Good build quality. A lot more comfortable and cool compared to my leather riding pants

    Great Protection - CE Armor Useless - Jamieson   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, protective kevlar, ok looking
    Cons: Heavy and warm of course, but not too bad

    Jeans are great. I feel much safer in them, and they aren't as hot as I thought they would be. I originally tried the sliders over the pants style protection, but they were super heavy, and didn't fit in my bag. The jeans are much more convenient. I plan on buying the khaki's as well.There are only two negative opinions I have.1 The CE Armor that I bought to fit inside, shifts around. When I get on the bike, my knees aren't protected because the armor is in the wrong place. You can try to pull it back, but I don't feel confident they will protect me when I need it. They are also hard to install.2 They do in fact look like real jeans, like maybe bargain jeans. Some stylistic changes would make these look much coolerNote I always wear a 30L, these were too long. I just rolled up the bottom, I don't mind. But measure your inseam and compare to the sizing chart, don't just buy what you're used to. This may be because when you mount the bike your jeans ride up a little. I also wear shoes with a very thin sole so, grain of salt.

    Rider jeans - Gregory   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable outside fabric
    Cons: low on hips, inside pad netting a bit scratchy.

    Had a pair of cargo Sliders. Did not read laundry recommendation and they shrunk from the hot dryer. So trying the slider jeans. Comfortable outside denim. Pad netting a bit scratchy at times localized to one knee for some reason.Ordered 38 waist and 32 length. Just loose enough to be comfortable while riding. Length longer than 32 which is fine I just roll them up a layer like we used to do in the late 60's early 70s.I am right at a 38 waist and as the other commentaries state they run a bit large which is comfortable to ride in. I feel more comfortable in these than regular jeans as I feel confident IF i ever slide on asphalt my buttocks and thighs will be well protected.I have not tried the knee pads in these jeans however, I did use them in the cargo slider pants. They fit well as to be expected providing more protection than not. They did not look bulky when waling around even going to church on the bike.Just be very careful when you launder any of these pants, DO NOT DRY ON HIGH

    Riding Jeans - Chris   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sturdy Fabric, generous sizing to wear over regular clothes
    Cons: challenge to get knee pads in the right place

    Overall these are great pants for riding. Little tricky getting knee pads in place.

    OK for Casual Riding - Kenstone   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Based on other reviews bought 1 size smaller for correct fit
    Cons: No hip armor inserts

    ProsCons says it all

    Size matters - ACL   MS Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit well and are comfortable
    Cons: Size runs LARGE

    After reading other reviews I ordered waste size 32 and I wear a 34 in regular jeans. The sliders run really large.. The jeans were lighter denim than advertised but that's OK because living in the South it gets hot in the summer. Good Stuff just be aware of sizing.

    Sliders Jeans - RacingJ   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great product , Excellent price
    Cons: Not leather

    Compare the Sliders to the Cortech or Joe Rocket, you'll quickly be able to pick up the manufacture differences to the other products. The Cortech denim is made of same weight but the denim is made with a slightly different weave, leathersuede coverage in seat area and less protection in thigh, and sell for 90-100. The Joe rocket is 12oz denim slim fit with Keprotech stretch panels in knee area and not much coverage in upper thigh, and sell for 100 . You want to ride in jeans Purchase the Sliders fit to your size. RacingJ

    Sliders-So Far So Good - Rob from Michigan   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good amount of Kevlar protection. Comfortable.
    Cons: A little bit baggier that what I prefer.

    So far my sliders jeans have proved to be comfortable. Fortunately I haven't had a spill to test out the Kevlar, and hope I never will, but if it happens I've got it there to help out. I also bought the knee armor which I think is necessary. It would have been nice if there was additional armor to buy, e.g. hip, tailbone, etc.The fit is large, as explained in the online catalog and video, so I bought a size smaller than I usually would, and good thing they are roomy. They look real baggy on my thin body, but I guess I'm not here for looks, I want protection and comfort. And they've got that. I like having peace of mind that there's a little more protection between me and the road.

    Great pants - Rick G   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Inexpensive, well made, comfortable, dont look like moto pants
    Cons: slightly baggy

    Bought a size down from normal jeans as many suggested, waist fit good, a bit baggy in the legs but not horrible. I wouldn't say they were boot cut but almost. Very comfortable though, knee protection stays in place while on bike or walking. I like these because they look like normal jeans. I havent tried them in hot weather yet but in sub 65 they are awesome. They seem to breath well so I don't think it will be a huge issue unless it gets to over 90 I would recommend them to friends and I may get another pair.

    Better than wearing jeans - John U   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    After about a month of owning these, still feels like a pretty good deal. They were loose enough to wear my normal work pants underneath. Probably too hot to wear all day at work. The only minor complaint I have is the extra velcro hooks that position the knee inserts can slightly poke through and start scratching your leg. I put a little piece of fabric over the offending hooks in that pocket area, which may help.

    Sliders - Nick   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Comfortable and relaxed on the bike, but definitely too heavy for the summer. 36 is too wide for me but I did expect it since i am between 34 & 36 sizes

    Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans - GA   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very Comfortable, Decent-Looking, Great Kevlar Protection, Heavy Weight Denim.
    Cons: Armor Pockets, Sizing, Kevlar Fiber Shedding.

    Bought a pair of these due to the recommendation from a member of my motorcycle club who owned a pair for a few years. He really liked them. Figured that I may as well have some Kevlar protecting my back end while riding if I'm giong to wear jeans while riding anyway which is what I normally wear--don't own any dedicated motorcycle pants. After sending the first pair back at my expense because the sizing on these things is way-off ordered a 40-32, my regular size, but ended up with a 38-34, I finally got ones that fit. Wore them all day at work office job and then went riding afterwards--no problem. They have all-day comfort. Wouldn't wear these if it was terribly hot out, but in cooler temps, the added Kevlar protection these jeans provide is added peace of mind. I'm willing take a chance in hotter temps and wear regular jeans. These pants would be too hot to wear in very hot temps.One deficient aspect of these is the armor pockets in the knees. The armor CompAcc sellsrecommends with these pants is oval shaped and the sliders pants armor pockets are rectangular shaped. The armor rotates within the pockets, making the pants uncomfortable to wear with the armor installed. I ended up putting the armor in the shoulder and elbow pockets of my Harley riding jacket and they fit very well in there, so I am going to leave them in the jacket. I might just make my own knee pads out of abrasion-resistent material or search on-line for some rectangular-shaped CE-approved armor to put in the Sliders. On last recommendation.......these pants should be washed first before wearing for the first time. The Kevlar panels sheds fibers when new and unwashed. I wore Nike spandex running pants under the Sliders the first time I wore them for added warmth and the black Nike running pants had yellow Kevlar fibers all over them. I fully understood that washing them before wearing them for the first time essentially makes me own them can't return wornwashed clothes unless defective, but everyone essentially has to decide whether to keep them or not before they wearingwashing them for the first time anyway.......Overall, a great pair of protective riding pants for the money. I recommend them.

    Sliders 4.0 - Duc Multistrada 620   MO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, comfortable
    Cons: Heavy and warm.

    Love them. Fit is just right and pretty comfortable. The pants don't rise up too much when riding and feel comfortable while sitting. No chaffing to the crotch area either. The quality of the material feels really good. certainly feels like better material than any of my regular pair of jeans. Don't know how bearable they will be when the temperature reaches the upper 90s and 100s but it's a small price to pay for the protection. Price was good for the product. I may purchase a second pair in the near future.

    Not bad - PJC   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Full kevlar covering ass, hips and knees
    Cons: A little on the baggy side made in Pakistan

    As I get older I find myself getting a little more cautious. I have always worn boots and jeans while riding and usually some form of competition grade leather jacket. I can't stand chaps and have felt ordinary denim would suffice. A friend recently purchased his kevlar jeans under the premise Just in case. For some reason that started sticking with me. I did the research, watched the videos and read the road rash horror stories. It was time. There are a couple of brands with varying prices and claims as to why they are the best. Bottom line, Sliders had the most positive feedback and I'm going to add to it. First off, they look like an ordinary pair of jeans with some different stitching patterns. The stitching is there to accommodate the generous amount of kevlar sewn in throughout the butt, hips and knees. It wraps from the bottom of your waist to the top of your thigh in the back. There is another stretch that runs from your hip to the middle of your thigh on the side and your knees are wrapped in the front from mid thigh to mid shin. Plenty of needed coverage in all the right places The knees also offer mesh type velco pockets to hold the optional armor knee inserts.The denim is a heavier grade than ordinary workman'scasual denim. These jeans are noticeably heavier than ordinary LeviLee brand jeans but not as heavy as chaps. The fit is definitely on the loosebaggy side. I am a comfortable 35 waist 30 length. I ordered a 34x30 and still have some room. I felt going to a 32W would be too tight. Length is true to size but, as recommended, knock yourself down a size. On the plus side, there is plenty of room to wear a pair of thermals when riding in late fall or early spring and not worry about being pinched or jammed in all the wrong places.I am a fan of the gusseted crotch to give yourself a little more room when it comes to riding and although these jeans are a standard sewn crotch there is plenty of room probably because they are so baggy. The only other downside to these jeans is the cuffs tend to flap like a loose sail when out on the road. You either have to tuck, cuff or deal.Overall, first impression is I made a good purchase. They went for about 85 and are now my regular Just in case riding jeans. The only reason for giving four stars is they haven't kissed pavement, so I'm not sure how they will perform under those conditions but I feel the Sliders brand to gives me some peace of mind..

    nice but large for size - JFRUN   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good construction, comfortable
    Cons: sizing

    as stated in the item description they are indeed over sized in the waist, order a size or 2 smaller.

    Roomy, comfy protection - plg   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Soft denim, plenty of room, good protection
    Cons: Sometimes prickly, uneven material

    These jeans run big, like everyone says, so beware. This is nice since most riders are sitting most of the time they're in them, so the extra length and room are really nice. The denim is soft, and the Kevlar is barely noticeable.Appearance is good -- unless you're looking for it, you can't really tell they're riding jeans with Kevlar sewn into them. There are some horizontal cross-stitching going on, but it's mostly unnoticeable.My only complaint is that sometimes I feel the horizontal Kevlar strips sown in on the thighs, and sometimes I feel some of the threads poking a little bit. Perhaps this will ease as I get more riding time in them -- and more washes -- so far I've only worn them twice and washed them once.I haven't tested them in a crash -- and have no plans to do so -- but I trust that the protection is worth the cost. -

    Great jeans - crash   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: oft, easy to care for, comfortable to wear. These are NOT the scratchy ones,
    Cons: I wish these came in odd-numbered waistlengths.

    I converted from leather chaps because thes offer better knee protection with armor installed and are so much more comfortable to wear cooler and less bulky. As stated in the CompAcc videos, the sizes run a little large, so prepare for that. My body is an odd-numbered size rather than an even-numbered size that the jeans are made. So I have two pair a 34-inch waist and a 32-inch waist. One is a little loose, and the other is a little snug. So I need to select the pair based on whether my trip will be feast or famine. It has worked out so far.

    Good deal - Greg NJ   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: feels heavier than normal jeans
    Cons: you can tell they are not typical jeans

    Ordered a length smaller, spot on. Ordered normal jean size, good fit.I am not a long distance rider so these are great for tooling around locally. Knee pads are not an issue. I like that they are heavier than street jeans which I used to wear. Feels like additional protection. Other said you could wear to work but I wouldn't.Overall nice for riding without have 200 bulky riding pants which I would ride in if going long distance

    Good jeans, great value - bish   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well built, great price
    Cons: Mesh pocket for pads is a pain

    Really happy with the jeans overall. Aesthetically, I don't care for the horizontal seams at the knees, but they're there for a functional reason, so I am okay with it. The sizes run large 30-30. I normally wear a 31-32 waist, and the 30 needs a belt for me. Can't speak to the inseam, as I had to have them hemmed, but to all appearances it looked long for a 30.I got the pads with this and was disappointed. The mesh pockets are a pain in the a to opencloseposition the pads... Even then the pads tended to slide around and never seemed to sit where I wanted them. As roomy as the legs are it didn't seem to me that the pads would stay in a place that would protect my knee in the event that I went down. The pads were cheap, though, so not a big deal. I'd say don't bother getting the pads for these.Docking a star for sizes running really large, and the useless mesh knee pockets.

    Sliders 4.0 jeans - Tom T   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, not as hot as I anticipated in warm weather
    Cons: On the baggy side.. probably why they're comfortable on the bike.

    Previous reviews said they run large, and they do. But they are comfortable on the bike.Pockets for knee protection are velcro adjustable, but not very adjustable... would like to get my pads a little lower.After riding a while, the knee pads move somewhat off-center. Because there is so much lateral room to move because of the baggy fit, I'm not sure how much good they'd do if you needed them. Significantly better than regular jeans, though. Plenty of Kevlar material used in the liner.

    Sliders Kevlar jean - PG   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Looks like jeans
    Cons: to much relaxed fit

    I normally wear relaxed fit jeans so I ordered the size I normally wear, the waist was a bit loose and will probably shrink to a good fit after a few washings. The leg length is longer than my regular jeans but is OK especially while sitting on the bike. But they are too relaxed in the legs which makes getting the CE pads positioned tough. It would be nice to have a huge patch of Velcro at each knee to really hold the pads in position. I felt the pads shift low and towards the inside, the huge Velcro patch could fix that problem.

    comfortable but LARGE - ncsurfer   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable and unobtrusive
    Cons: very baggy,

    I read the reviews and ordered a a size smaller than I thought I needed but it was too big. I returned it and got a size smaller and its still very large but I'll stick with it since I wear these as overpants over my hospital scrubs for commuting. I really should have gotten a size 30. I'm 5'10 and 185 lbs if that helps. The quality seems good, and am happy with the armor inserts despite them floating around when I walk again because the jeans are so baggy. Good product.

    Jeans - DavidP   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality
    Cons: Styling is a bit baggy

    I wear a 40x32 pant normally but based upon reviews I went with the 38' size and they fit perfectly. Wore them last evening on a ride and they were fine - comfortable. The styling is quite baggy for wearing off the bike but fine when you are riding.Another good Sliders product.

    Great Product - damuv   MD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Jeans Seem to be Pretty thick and kevlar is thicker than most others.CE armor optional
    Cons: These Jeans sizes Run big

    Great Product.Very nice for riding in colder weather. I havent worn these in warmer weather yet but I,m sure they will be fine. Get a size down in waist and inseam cause they are cut big.kevlar seems to be better quality than most and the coverage is in all the right areas..Also the CE armor is adjustable in the knees...But armor is optional,not very expensive upgrade so I am getting the armor that I should have ordered in the first place..If your looking for a comfortable pair of kevlar riding jeans that are not to bad to look at and are priced right than pull the trigger you will be glad you did..By the way I havent had to test these via a off and hope I never do,But I can Tell you I feel much more protected than riding in just plain jeans ...CHECK OUT MY VIDEO ON THESE ON YOUTUBE...By Damuv

    Sliders 4.0 - Thelos78   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Relaxed fit, comfortable, quality construction
    Cons: wasn't a 2 for 1 sale

    These jeans look and feel great. I hope to never have to test out the durability of the kevlar but I'm happy to have it. The comfort reinforces the behavior of actually wearing them. Bought the knee armor as well, can barely notice them while riding.

    Great value - Ted B   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, sturdy, safe
    Cons: Very relaxed fit

    For less than 100, having kevlar protection in something that closely resembles normal clothing is pretty fantastic. These jeans are comfortable and look good, especially if you're used to wearing the relaxed fit style. I also purchased the additional knee armor, which incorporates into the jeans easily and relatively inconspicuously.Overall a great purchase

    Sliders jeans - Steve   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality
    Cons: [None]

    Sizing definitely runs large

    Comfy jeans - Keith, SLC, UT   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Value, warmth
    Cons: little baggy

    This due run large. Definitely relaxed fit. Thx for other reviews & CompACC expertise. Me, 5'10, 165 lbs on VStrom 1000. Wear 32 W 34 L. Bought 30 W 32L, fit great. Warm enough at 50 degree for 12 hour commute. Minor gripe, button small will c how durable.

    Great Buy - LA Victory Rider   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great protection
    Cons: Bought a black pair. they could be darker.

    So happy with the blue pair I bought, I bought a black pair. I wish they were darker. Other than that, great product.I ask myself, why didn't I buy riding pants years ago instead of wearing regular jeans.

    sliders riding jeans - mike   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Tough pants. I've fallen with these on and did not hurt them or myself. I'm on my second pair now that I've lost weight, but still using the same knee armor.
    Cons: The pants run large. Comp. Acc. recomends buying them a size smaller than usual. Good advice. The knee armor is a chore to intall, but doable. The armor does not flex as much as the knee is capable of flexing, but can be modified with a shallow cut with a knife for better fit.

    Like I said this is my second pair. I have recommended these riding jeans to all my riding buddies. I'm riding through Peru this spring and the Sliders are already packed.

    Baggy but comfortable - Longrider   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, look normal, can wear off the bike
    Cons: need tailoring

    These pants are ridiculously baggy. I had them taken in by a tailor and they are still quite billowy. The good news is that for long days in the saddle they are comfortable for that very reason. Yes they are a safety compromise compared to armored leathers, but I find armored pants distractingly uncomfortable so I'm willing to make that compromise. These jeans have more kevlar than other brands. I wear them with suspenders so the loose fit is ok. They are normal enough to wear off the bike, which saves storage space when traveling. I take one pair plus one pair of regular jeans, and that's it. I had cargo-style pockets sewn on as well. The cargo sliders are just too loose fitting no matter what you do to take them in. Obviously adding tailoring makes these jeans quite an expensive item, but I'm willing to do that to get something that is just right. These are once the changes are made.

    Comfortable - buzzsaw1012   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good fit & comfortable.
    Cons: none

    These sliders are comfortable to wear. The sizes run a little big. I wear a 36 waist pants, and ordered a 34 slider. The fit is good. Soft and comfortable material. They are on the heavy side, a little warm to wear in this Florida heat, but I guess that's the point of wearing them The price from C.A. was good

    Nice pant - f5tostayalive   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: price & quality
    Cons: knee armor

    great jeans for the price. quality is good. I bought the knee armor to go in the jeans and it's a little bulky. wish it was about half as thick as it is. Overall I'm happy.

    34 inch Slider 4.0 kevlar jeans - Well made, 34 inch waist   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, comfortable protection, kevlar
    Cons: styling could be a little nicer, but okay

    I am definitely a 34 inch waist and I followed advice of others and ordered the 32 inch waist. Fit is perfect for me, a little relaxed for sitting without getting tight on the legs. One nice thing I noticed is that there are many belt loops. Over the years it seems that many jean manufacturers Levi's in particular, in an attempt to save money, have cut down on the number of belt loops. The result of that is that the kevlar jeans can sag some in the rear and they just don't look right. These jeans don't sag because of having 8 belt loops. The styling is alright, but not quite as nice as Levi's or Wranglers. Definitely worth the money

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - DavidW   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy duty, well made, no skimping on Kevlar
    Cons: Sizing is strange

    These riding jeans are excellent quality...heavy denim with lots of Kevlar and and exceptionally soft and comfortable. The sizing is strange - I ordered a size smaller than normal after reading reviews. The 34's fit like 36's but the pant legs are extremely baggy like I would expect from size 38. Not all bad though, I can wear my Bohn armor under them comfortably.

    GOOD AS ADVERTISED - KEVIN J.   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Relaxed fit
    Cons: Tight in the crotch

    Comfortable to wear when the temp is between 40 - 80 degrees. Feels like a regular pair of relaxed jeans. Wears tight against my junk when sitting. If you like tight jeans, these are not for you. On the oyther hand. If you like room to move, these are great.

    Riding Jeans - SeanK   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable, roomy
    Cons: Maybe a little too roomy

    I am glad I got these jeans. Hope that I never have to test them to the limit. I do feel that they will afford the protection that is needed. Good product.

    Rider - Bob   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made
    Cons: [None]

    Well made and likely quite good for what thay are designed. Hope I never find out. I do preferentially wear these when I ride. Sizing runs al little big. would order one waist size smaller.

    good deal - matty919   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: already broken in good fit
    Cons: a little hot

    This is my first pair of Kevlar pants. I like the jeans enough to buy a second pair. The fit seems true to size. They are a bit to wear around when not riding that may be the case with all Kevlar reinforced clothing, I'm not sure.Overall I wear these on almost every ride.

    Comfortable - Ribbert   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: So's aal good
    Cons: None so far....

    I've only had them for almost a month now so I can only report that they wear well. They remind me of insulated jeans with their thickness so I'll have to wait for summer to see how they wear then. The fit is very generous, I wear 38W32L so that is what I ordered and they are definitely on the loose side, I could probably have gotten a 36W32L from what I can tell. After some more time with these I just might

    Sliders 4.0 kevlar jeans - FastGraf   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Kevlar coverage is good, removeable knee protection
    Cons: Weird, ghetto baggy fit, Hot, no, I mean REALLY hot

    Jeans styling is low key, especially in black where the stitching is the same color but the fit is 80's gansta - very baggy. My gf says off the bike they look pretty normal even with the pads in just out of style.The kevlar lining covers more area than similar jeans. Sizing is as others described - a 32 fits like 34's. The knee pads are a struggle to get in but with a little practice it's easy and the adjustable pad pockets let you position them properly for your leg length. My gripe is, as a Florida rider, the heavy weight denim combined with the Kevlar makes these uber hot. I knew that would be the case but didn't really understand until I wore them in the heat. On a recent trip in North Carolina they were perfect for the 60 - 70 degree temps.

    I recommend this to everyone - Trevor   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfort, Style, Protection, Price
    Cons: Knee padding

    These jeans are great for ever day riding and very comfortable. The Kevlar puts my mind at ease knowing that if an accident were to happen, damage would be much less than I were only wearing regular jeans. The street will just rip right through regular jeans and will leave you with some nasty road me. Its a cheap price to pay now to save your skin. My only issue with these jeans is the knee padding. It didn't fit my knee very well and was too loose. I wear 3436 with athIetic to skinny build. I am 6'4 and most things don't fit me well anyway so maybe other people were able to use these better than I. I ride without the knee padding and like them still. I actually don't leave home without them when riding.

    Sliders Kevlar Jeans - Steve in CT   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good protection, decent style, good price
    Cons: Too large cut

    I bought these having had a nasty spill last Oct. The clothes I was wearing, full everything, protected me. But I don't always wear protective pants. I thought these would be a good compromise over plain jeans.Slider jeans appear to be well made, strong, with good kevlar protection. Decent style, not 300 fashion jeans, but decent. Nice thick material. I especially like that they include pockets for knee armor. They sell said armor for 10, I had saved the knee armor from the pair that was damaged in the spill, and they fit fine.These will allow more air through than nylon pants, so a little cooler than full on protection pants. A little better for short runs to the store, not so noticeable when you don't feel like full suit.As previously reviewed, the fit is large by one size. I take a 34x32 in Levis, these in 32x30 fit right.I think for 80, as opposed to 120 for other brands, these are a good deal. Throw in Comp. Access. free shipping, and it's a great deal.

    Slider Jeans - Jared Butler   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable fit
    Cons: runs large

    These jeans are really comfortable even up here in the PACNORWEST. They do run large. I wear a 3333 and ordered the 3232. The length is great but the waist is still a little big.

    good protection - bikerballer   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: nice well built construction
    Cons: baggier than I'd like, much hotter than a regular pair of jeans

    for the price, these were the best I can find. they do run bigger and are baggier than your standard jeans. they are much warmer than regular jeans. they do feel very sturdy and well built. i hope I dont have to test them to their capabilities but I feel more confident when riding in them.

    Slider jeans - Tony   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good riding jeans for the price
    Cons: The belt loops barely accommodate a 1 12 wide belt and do not appear to be as sturdy as the belt loops on my Levi's, Lee's Wrangler's or even Sam's Club jeans.

    The sizing is confusing when the description states the run the same as Levi's 550 but, review state buy smaller, the same size I bought my normal size and they were a little loose. but, a size smaller would have probably been too tight. The inseams run 1 12 to 2 long but, that is a good thing for riding jeans. The belt loops barely accommodate a 1 12 wide belt and do not appear to be as sturdy as the belt loops on my Levi's, Lee's Wrangler's or even Sam's Club jeans. Other that that a good price for these jeans.

    Great - Z   MT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Soft, heavy, well put together.
    Cons: Little big.

    Just what you'd expect. Slightly larger than their assigned measurement. Would recommend them.

    Slider Kevlar Jeans - David   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good quality, shipped fast,features were discribe exactly as discription
    Cons: They run a little big.

    very pleased with the order, and how quickly it was delivered. the sizes in my opinion are running a little large. so when your ordering go down not up. example, if your 35 waist, order the 34 not the 36. other than that great product for the price.

    Order small unless you're a big man - Doug   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Soft and comfortable, well made.
    Cons: positioning the knee armor is awkward

    As others have noted these pants run big. A 34 was is really a slightly snug 36. The 30 inseam is really 31. They are a very full cut with lots of room everywhere I'm 5'9, 185lbs. It would have been nice if there was a little taper in the lower leg so there's not so much material to flap in the breeze. The pants are really comfortable on the bike, the longer rise means they don't gap open in the back or creep down below your jacket when seated, but when standing and wearing the pants and normal wait level the legs are waaay long. I took mine to a sewing shop to have them hemmed. Off the bike you won't look too much like a GQ model in custom tailor jeans, you'll look more like a sack of potatoes at least I do.The over all construction looks very good, very solid, and the softer material is more comfortable than my Draggin' Jeans. The front pockets on the Sliders are not as deep as the pockets on the Draggin' Jeans and I sort of miss that. Always nice when you don't have to worry about change or keys falling out while you're riding. The positioning of the knee armor takes a little fiddling, positioning the armor, trying on the pants, sitting on the bike, but the system of velcro stops seems to work well enough once you get it sorted out.At 80 less than Draggin' Jeans warmor the Sliders represent a tremendous value.

    Long and Heavy - 5x5   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Durable heavy jean material, plenty of Kevlar in the contact points
    Cons: Very Heavy and long in the length

    I'm used to wearing Draggin Jeans so when I got the Sliders I was expecting the same experience. Well for better or worse these are the heaviest jeans I've ever worn. The blue in the pictures is not what I received. These are DARK blue. They'll have to be hemmed because whatever they used to measure 30 inches is about 34 inches. All that being said, I'll keep them, wash them hope they fade and get them hemmed. In the event of a crash I feel my choice in wearing these will be a wise one.

    Great Purchase - Richard   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit is very good, Material protects your legs from engine heat, great price
    Cons: The slider pockets are a little low

    This is my first pair of actual motorcycle pants, they are a little heavy, but I found out they shield my legs from the heat of my engine, even on a 102 degree day. The knee protecters sat a little low, about 1 inch, I had to pull the pant leg up once I was on the bike. I really like the lining inside the pants in made them easy to put on.

    capt. - jack nuge   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: 30 length to long for shorte ridersr

    I recieved them promptly and feel the quality and price are a good value.

    Slider Jeans - Bill   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very comfortable with enough space for movement and still feel somewhat tight
    Cons: Had a tailor take 2 off off the length just too long for my comfort

    I would recommend to a friend

    Awesome Product - Mike   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: High Style, great protection
    Cons: Run 1.5 size large

    These are great, just a little too long.

    sliders - swfly   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fitt was ok
    Cons: armor moves too much

    fabric is soft an comfortable. only gripe i have is the armor is able to move side ways way too much to suit me while riding. gets to be annoying. other then that i like the jeans. i would watch the short movie they have available on how to install the armour, makes it one heck of alot easier.

    display name - FXR rider   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: well made, good materials
    Cons: the sizes are not even close

    I bought a pair of these pants in the size I always wear because the advert said the sizes ran true, yet they arrived way too big. I returned them for the next size smaller and these are even large. I could be kind and say roomy, but I think a clothing manufacturer should be able to figure out the actual sizes of their products. So if you wear your pants loose buy one size smaller than your street jeans. If you like them snug, I'd go for two sizes smaller.

    Good - but needs refinement - Phillip   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good concept
    Cons: Knee armor pocket design

    The knee armor doesn't stay in position.... I've ridden over 2,000 miles with these jeans and while the jeans are comfortable... the knee armor pocket design causes the armor to slide out of position and the armor rubs your knee cap when you are walking and off the bike. And, you have to spend a couple minutes tugging and repositioning the armor so it is in position and comfortable when you get on the bike. I question if the armor will be in the proper position if you go down or fall off the bike.I've spoken to a couple of other riders that have the jeans and they simply discarded the knee armor which they had purchased separately also because of the discomfort from them not staying in place. In spite of being heavy due to extra thickness from Kevlar, the jeans are comfortable to wear except for the knee armor rubbing your knee cap, which is pretty uncomfortable.I like having knee armor, so I'll try to sew them into a semi permanent position...or some other modification to make they comfortable. Ideally, Comp Acc will have the pocket or the knee armor redesigned. If the knee armor was larger, it would fit properly for a wider variation of positions.

    They Speak 4 themselves - pastorgumby   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good overall fit, protection, comfort
    Cons: knee pads are slightly off

    I wear my pants in uneven numbers so it's usually impossible to find a perfect fit. I'm 5'9, 205lbs, 35 waist and 31 length - these pants are pretty darn close to a perfect fit -- I bought the 3430 - and it fits very well, with a slight lift on the length when in a seated riding position. As stated by many, it's slightly baggy which I like. I also put the knee pads in, and don't find it too much of a bother, but honestly it will likely shift around in the event of an accident. Great overall quality - and I love the black denim.

    Sliders Size - Bob   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great all around.
    Cons: Armor location not well suited to my height of 6'-3

    Size is about one size large.I ordered 34, but should have exchanged for 32.

    Great jeans, but the armor positioin... - Bob   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Roomy comfortable fit, thick and soft denim, generous Kevlar placement, well put together
    Cons: Knee armor pocket location.

    I bought these in order to gain the knee armor. Previously had the cargo pants without it.I am 6'-3 and normally buy 34 inseam. Ordered the 36 with the hope that the armor pockets would be low enough. Most knee reinforcements are too high to be helpful to me. In the lowest of the available pocket positions - the armor is still a couple inches higher than right for me. In the seated position - only the lower thin section is in front of my knee, while the heavy portion is actually on top of my knee.Also - when in a seated position - the armor rotates into the inside, leaving at least the outside half of the knee without armor protection. I kept too long to return. Will see if there is something I can do to alter the armor rotation so that it is straight forward so it would protect the knee in a crash, maybe sew in a tuck in the outside fabric to pull it over. But I don't see any way to alter to lower the armor pocket. Probably fine for anyone 6' or under.Other than the armor placement - 5 stars. 34 is usually a little snug for me, but these are roomy at the waist - legs too. Comfortable on a long ride.

    Comfortable protection at a good price - Ferdo   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection with look of ordinary jeans. Comfort. Price
    Cons: Sizing - these do run big

    Protection in all places where it's needed and fabric is comfortable without feeling too bulky. Definitely pay attenion to sizing recommendations of video review and other customers. These don't run big, they run BIG.

    Knee armor fitment is an issue - TexasSoloRider   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good heavy jeans
    Cons: Knee armor pocket design

    Great jeans, but they cut corners on the design of the Knee armor pockets, so they shift around too much, making me wonder if they'll be where I want them on my knee cap if I crash. The shifting isn't much at all while you are sitting still on the motorcycle, but when you stretch your leg like during a crash they don't stay in the same place. When you are walking, like at the office or school, the armor moves out of place and the edge rubs your knee leg annoyingly. I've spent a fair amount of time trying to get them stabilized, and is better than before, but still not what it could be. AND, I'll have to start over when I wash them.If they'd spend some money time on the design of the armor pockets, these would be 5 star If you don't wear the knee armor, they are perfect... and off-sized exactly has everyone describes.

    Nice product - firedog   MI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nicely made, comfortable
    Cons: none

    Nice jeans that give a factor of safety when you arent going to wear dedicated fully armored riding pants. The fit was fairly close to the Wranglers I usually wear in the same size. The legs, particularly below the knee, are baggier and fit easily over my Gaerne Adventure boots. I would prefer a little less room here in order to keep the protective areas where they need to be when you utilize the knee pockets for additional armor. On that note, I purchased the Sliders knee armor and do not use them as they are very heavy and moved around too much to be of any benefit in my opinion. Overall they are as advertised, plenty of belt loops pet peeve on other jeans that dont use enough, well made and comfortable while providing that level of protection. Roomy enough for a pair of armored shorts etc.

    Sliders - Bobchr58   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Durable
    Cons: Hot, not enough pockets

    The material is durable and insulates the legs from engine heat on hot days which is a blessing. I do believe the design could use some more pockets. Cargo or carpenter style would be great.

    decent pants for a good price - RubenT   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good price, lots of kevlar coverage
    Cons: hard to adjust knee armor, no hip armor

    I bought these pants to wear when riding back and forth to work and short rides. I wear a 34w x 34l jeans and bought that size. Other reviewers were right, these pants are a little big. They fit like a pair of 35w jeans I own so I just wear a belt with them. The denim feels like what Levi's uses and there is a lot of kevlar which I like. My only complaint is that the optional knee armor I bought is hard to adjust. Once you do get it adjusted it doesn't stay put. After a while it always shifts to the inside of my knee. I think part of the reason my legs aren't that big so the jeans are a baggy fit . I bought my girlfriend the bella jeans which aren't baggy and her knee armor stays put. Overall I like the jeans and will probably buy another pair.

    Good qualitysize runs a bit large - Steve P   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality and workmanship good value compared to other riding pants
    Cons: Fit runs large stiffer than jeans but that's what you get for more protection waist sits lower than most jeans Levi's

    Overall, I am very pleased with the fit and finish. Be careful of the sizing. Some review say they run small some say they run large. My jeans and to a lesser degree the cargo pants ran large. I ordered my regular size, and had to exchange for the next smaller size. As always, the CA exchange process was painless.

    Tested the jeans-good jeans with some consideration - Len   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made and comfortable
    Cons: Knee pad holder could use refining

    This is my second pair of Slider 4.0 jeans size 3432. I normally wear a size 3432 and these do run a little on the large size. The first pair black fit well and the knee armor fit well while in a riding position but when standing, hang on the low side, the top of the pad resting at the top of my knee. Other than that issue, the jeans were comfortable and fairly breathable. Riding in several mid 90 and low 100 degree days last summer, the jeans still remained comfortable despite their heavier weight. I ordered a second pair of jeans blue in the same size as the first pair. This pair ran slightly smaller in the seat and waist. The knee armor proved very challenging to adjust to a proper height. It took several attempts to get the armor to cover my knees in the standing position and even then the top of the pad sat right at the top of my knee. The knee armor does seem to move around quite a bit in both pairs of jeans. The morning of July 1st, I headed out wearing full gear including the blue pair of Sliders. About three miles from home I collided with a deer. Thankfully circumstances had caused me to reduce my speed from 55 MPH to between 20-30 MPH prior to the deer running out in front of me. I landed on my right side, on the pavement and barrel rolled 8-9 times according to a witness. The gear did a good job of preventing any broken bones. The Slider jeans held up well with only a few small rips occurring at the right pocket and the metal rivets being ground down. The tears did not go through the Kevlar, only the outer pocket. The left knee armor moved during the tumble allowing a lot of bruising and abrasion to my left knee. The major trauma was to my right hip, where the Sliders have no armor. Having had several days to sit and think through the experience, I will continue to wear Slider jeans for their Kevlar protection but will not use the knee armor. Instead I will be purchasing some type of armor to wear under the jeans that will not move around and will provide more complete protection.

    Sliders 4.0 Motorcycle Riding Jeans - Arbymiller   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit & finish appear very good
    Cons: Waist sizing large, material heavy as expected

    Did a lot of research on Kevlar jeans for a recent 3 day, 500 mile roundtrip over N. Cascades in WA state. These were comfortable up until the temperature on the pavement was measured at 100 by the thermometer in the fairing of my ride. However, I don't believe there is anything available that would be comfortable in that dry heat, and my girlfriend, she was in the Bella version, and I would rather have some measure of discomfort than wear something that would most likely shred on impact. As previous reviewers noted, sizing in waist is big, but inseam seems true to sizing. They wash up real nice and at the beginning of our ride, a fellow rider had an older, faded pair on and they still looked comfortable. I think they are a good value for the price.

    Good protection, fit large - Will   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection
    Cons: Fit one size large, very baggy

    I where a size 34 but should of got 32. I washed them to see if they would shrink but not significantly. Also if you don't like baggy jeans you may not like the fit. They are very large in the legs. But overall a very well made and protective pair of jeans.

    Safety that passes as jeans - Evan   AR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Kevlar protection, jean look, nice materials
    Cons: Can be hot in warmer weather.

    I got these just before a 3,000 mile trip, wore them several days, so this isn't just a opened the box review. The fit is roomy, as other reviewers mentioned, the waist and length is generous. Order a size smaller in the waist and inseam for certain. The stitching is nice, the denim material is good quality and seems like it's going to hold up well. The mesh liners for the optional armor add some weight and heat to the jeans. I realize the Kevlar material adds an extra layer making them warmer, and it's worth it for the protection they provide. I'll probably get another pair or two and wear them every time I ride in the cooler months. CompAcc ships fast and has great customer service

    Nice Jeans - FMA   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Safety
    Cons: Fit

    .Lets just say I feel like I am at least doing something more to protect I have these and not a 1 piece.the Kevlar seem well stitched in to the appropriate area. They run long and I should have ordered shorter.The Belt loops are tight and could be a little sturdier for 1 12 Jeans beltThe Knee areas are too loose I added the CE Armor and hoping I never need to find out I dont think they would stay where needed in a slide roll.Overall I would recommend because we should wear something more than a pair of jeans...

    Nice Thick Jeans - RSFazer   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, good looking, like color choices
    Cons: Sized a little loose

    These Jeans are thicker and appear to be more rugged than Jeans with Kevlar that I have purchased from other vendors. I have received a few compliments about them. Honestly, I like everything about them except that they are sized a little loose, so I will order one waist size smaller, and maybe an inch shorter next time. The look of these jeans in my regular jeans size is kind of baggy, and they naturally fall down enough to show my boxers in back. I realize that the loose fall down look is sort of hip and urban, but as a middle aged rider I feel a little self conscious that they are a bit loose on me. They are comfortable, and the optional knee armor pads are easy to fit. I will buy these Jeans again.

    A good solution - R Skeem   ID Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    A lighter and much cooler alternative to leathers for the hot weather riding in southern Utah. Also kept the legs warm for the 9,000 foot mountain passes.

    sliders - lataz   DC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable to ride in, fit well and good sizing for me.
    Cons: little heavy when walking but you can deal with that

    i like them - i have a ride planned from DC to FL and return in June and have been riding with them around town to get used to them - i just bought my 3rd pair so am pretty happy with them

    great pants - powerj2001   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: heavy duty, easy to clean, look good
    Cons: heavy, long crotch area

    these pants are great Heavy duty double stitching, kevlar in all the right places, easy to wash. they fit good, a little loose, but that has been said before.The down side, the crotch area is big. It works out for the actual riding of the bike no bunching up, but when walking around, it gets annoying.

    Sliders Jeans - Wajeone   CT Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit is good
    Cons: too baggie at the ankles

    The sliders fit well and are comfortable. The knee pads after a while found them to be just right. I hope I never have to find out if the Kevlar and knee pads work really well

    Improvement Over Sliders 3.0 - kmh364   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good Price, Quality and Substatntial Construction
    Cons: No Pant-To-Jacket Zipper, No Hip Armour or option, Slightly Short Waisted

    While the oversize fit issue is well known and is a historic Sliders feature, v.4.0 are a definite improvement over v.3.0. The VERY short-wasted issue especially in the bigger sizes, the cheap plastic waist button, and lack of lining and knee protection issues have all been addressed. Having said that, perhaps a TALLL version long rise could be offered for those of us with short legs and a high-rise i.e, Im 6'0 with a 38W and 32 inseam. , the knee armour option is certainly welcome, but the baggy fit has me concerned that the CE armour will not be or stay in the right spot in the event of a crash. In addition, In order to increase the rise, as well as avoid floods when riding, I went with the 34 inseam. This works out great when in the riding position the knee armour is perfectly centered over my knee cap with the armour in the highest of three positions. When off the bike, the pant cuffs drag the ground and the armour slips below my knees, especially as the oversized-waist band sags as it doesn't quite reach my natural waist due to the relatively limited rise. Here a pants-to-jacket zipper could at least partially ameliorate this issue, at least when wearing a riding jacket.. In addition, std or optional hip armourpadding would be a welcome feature when landing on one's side in a crash or slide. Perhaps some or all of the above wll be available in iteration 5.0

    Riding jeans - PeterL   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable
    Cons: Light protection

    The slider jeans are better than I expected. So comfortable that I wear them all day. They size exactly like standard jeans - which means they are both loose enough and long enough to work on the bike. The Kevlar should give some abrasion protection but I consider these light duty gear, perfect for commuting or around town. The padding pocket is fussy but is there. Wish they made it easier to pop light pads in and out. But overall these pants are part of a complete riding kit.

    Sliders Jeans with Kevlar - Dan2860   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Tough can add pad protection easy to care for
    Cons: HUGE

    Biggest pair of pants I've worn since boot camp in 1965. Got a pair for my Son in law too his baggies were even larger. Great material soft enough maybe it would be better to sell a combination of the sliders underware and the jeans as two pieces. The underwear could connect at strategic points at the waist and cuffs. You could add inside pockets on the jeans so protective padding could be placed on the knees, hips and shins. Of course, there would have to be an extra charge for the pads and the combination of everything would cost more but the comfort and convience would be worth it. To say nothing of a well designed highly protective package. Perhaps in redesigning the jeans could lose some of its volume.

    Best kevlar jeans - JC in NC   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Generous kevlar, durable, fit
    Cons: Looks like something my dad would wear

    I'm always on the lookout for a good pair of Kevlar reinforced jeans. The Sliders 4.0 jeans have received rave reviews so I figured I'd give them a shot. Great fit, lots of Kevlar and thick denim are all pluses. The pockets for the knee armor are welcomed, but I prefer knee armor worn on the body. I typically wear 36x32 jeans and these fit great on and off the bike. They're a loose fit and are a bit baggy which is what I like. What I don't like is the old school blue-denim look. I prefer the more current look of darker jeans, but not black. Other than that, these are easily the best bang for the buck in motorcycle jeans.

    Good, Buf Not Perfect...Yet - Kevin M Hogan   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Price, quality, value, removable knee armour, Improved over previous versions
    Cons: Lacking removable, hip protectors should be std with knee armour pants-to jacket zipper. Needs high-rise tall version

    Overall, great bang for the buck They've improved them over the previous iteration by eliminating the extremely low-rise, cheap plastic waist button and added lining and optional knee protection. The extremely oversized fit remains, but you can either live with it and add layers or a protective under-suit or go with a smaller size. I'd prefer the next iteration to offer a tall high-rise option, regardless of inseam length, as some of us are high-waisted without the requisite 36 inseam I'm 6'0, but wear a 32 inseam normally...I buy 34 sliders to avoid floods when riding. In addition, removable hip protectors would be a big plus, as well as a way back zipper to attach the pants to a riding jacket to keep these baggy jeans on in the event of a slide. Yes there are other riding jeans that offer all this as std features, but they are double the price and claim to offer superior Kevlar to the sliders, but I'd prefer you keep the price down. Keep the price competitor, but add features, even if optional

    Good fit - Gusto   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy Denim
    Cons: none

    Heavy denim and lots a Kevlar. They fit true to my size. I am 195 lbs. 5 foot 8 inch and I wear a size waist 34 length 32 in Old navy jeans. I bought a 3430 and they fit well. Not to short and fit good in the waist.

    Slider Pants - Keith B   WI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality. Kevlar does go down the pants a long way. Nice looking. Long front for wind protection.
    Cons: wish they came with kneee & hip armor.

    Nice looking pants and a good quality for the price.

    Very Nice Product -   NV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lots of Kevlar and Knee Armor
    Cons: Poor Baggy Fit, etc.

    I have five pairs and I will not ride without them But there are some minor problems for improvement. The fit is baggy and loose and knee armor can rotate away from the knee in a tumble leaving the knee exposed to impact and sliding. The knee armor is adjustable, but I find they are secured with Velcrow strips which they too come lose and the knee armor falls out of position. Stronger Velcro is needed. Once I get the knee armor in, I Silicone glue the Velcro straps down in position and this keeps them in position so they do not fall downward into the pant sleeve. Button hole is too large for the button so the pants unbutton when walking and with the loos fit the pants can fall down, at least fall off to the hips. The coin pocket material is so thin it wears out, so I have to patch it often. The belt loop is missing in the front right side, or it needs an extra one so the belt can keep the pants snug in front, otherwise, the pants keep sliding down under the belt in front. I hand sew a leather belt loop to fix this. These are things the factory needs to address to update their pants to make them even better. This is not a reason to not buy them as I have five pairs. I rode most of my life without protection, so I do recommend Sliders 4.0. You will wish you had if you ever do fall off a motorcycle. With these pants you can slide a long way on the Kevlar protection and these pants have the most Kevlar you can buy compared to the other brands. Try a pair and make sure you get the knee armor too I give the product 4 stars as if changes herein mentioned were made it would be a perfect 5 stars.

    Great but baggy - CharlieDog   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable. Great value.
    Cons: Very baggy.

    My true size in jeans is 40.32. After reading the reviews, I ordered 38.32, and what I received is labeled 38.32. I measured the jeans, and they're really 40.33. Very comfortable. I have worn them several times and washed them a couple of times, per instructions, and they are still 40.33. They are great, except they are very baggy. Way beyond a relaxed fit. Baggy may be in style among stunters, but it does makes buying the knee armor that goes inside the pockets in the legs a waste of money, there's no way it will stay in position in the event of a crash. And if I wear low riding shoes I can feel the legs flapping-like a cruise rider, guess they like to feel and look like they're going faster than they really are. I don't feel the flapping if I'm wearing taller riding boots. Overall, considering the cost, I'd rate them a great value. And I'd give them five stars if they weren't so darn baggy.

    Love them - Mike   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great Quality and comfort
    Cons: Pockets for knee armor could be a bit better but not a big deal

    These pants are great. Have ridden in them for a few weeks and have no complaints. The denim is thick and well constructed and is very soft. I love the feel of it. The pants feel substantial and I have no doubt that they would go a long way to prevent skin grafts if i hit the pavement. They look really good and you can hardly see the knee armor if at all. The pockets for the knee armor could be better fitted for the armor so it wouldn't twist but I put in the armor in and then sewed it a little around the edge of the armor a little to make it more snug. Took 10 min. with a needle and thread and my lake of ability at sewing and now they are perfect and stay put. Well worth the money and will not be disappointed. The sizeing is right on, they are a bit longer then regular jeans so they cover your boots when sitting on the bike.

    Good product - Stan   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great quality
    Cons: knee protectors pockets not really well positioned

    After reading the reviews I ordered size down from what I wear as a regular jeans.I think I can even go one more size down from that.Overall they fit great,feels comfortable,the quality of the product is very good.Maybe a bit heavy but considering the amount of fabric used and the thickness that is ok and they are not made for running but for riding.One think that I found not really good was the pockets for knee protectors are not very well positioned.I ordered the knee protectors that comes with the jeans as an extra option and when you put them on they just move too much,and considering that the jeans are loose fit it is too much of a movement for those pads so they will work properly in case of a fall.

    Sliders Jeans - Jimmym   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good fit, Good price
    Cons: Knee armor a little tricky getting in

    Jeans fit well. A bit looser than normal but I like that when I'm riding. Knee armor a little tricky getting in but overall not too bad. Hope I don't have the opportunity to test the kevlar protection.

    Decent riding jeans - Rick   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, seems protective
    Cons: rather large

    Ordered a 38 but seemed like a 40. Hopefully I won't get bigger.

    Sliders 4.0 34x34 - Neal   IN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Price, quality
    Cons: Sizing, Baggy

    Appear to be nice jeans. Heavy duty denim, and a fair amount of Kevlar lining.I normally wear a 36x34 ... Ordered 34x34 based off other reviews. Waist was good, still a little long. Very baggy style jeans.I would recommend these to anyone. Just watching the sizing.

    Good But Huge - x451422x   MO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: High quality seams and generous amount of Kevlar
    Cons: Too big

    Be cautious with size and meauring yourself. Taking the advise of other reviews and measurement guide, it still shipped and feels like a pop-tent. Maybe it is me though. At any rate, I didn't send them back as they are for riding and not wearing all day and can fit other layers below the pants if I decide to ride in the winterfall.

    Good Value - Michael   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy weight, Good kevlar coverage, priced right
    Cons: only available baggy, knee armor pockets off

    I wear 30 x32 for most all my jeans, the waist was snug but the length was right. I've worn relaxed fit jeans and these are more properly described as baggy, wish there was a standard fit option. I wear these while commuting, then change when I arrive, not really stylish enough for everyday wear. The material is heavy and well stiched with kevlar coverage just as described. The knee armor pockets seemed off, as the armor in the pocket rode high. I bought D30 armor rather than the sliders but, still don't see how they would align with my knees when seated. used some velcro on the front and back of the knee armor to mesh with the bottom of the pocket closure, hope they don't fall out. Still a really good value.

    kevlar riding jeans - jim meister   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good quality, comfortable fabric, full cut.
    Cons: they run very large.

    I ordered a 38 waist ... it is more like a 42...bunches up bad under the belt.

    good quality - kuffer   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: great quality
    Cons: baggy fit

    These jeans are great quality I ordered 34 waist which is exactly my size and the fit is perfect. They are very heavy because of the generous volume of kevlar and will probably be too hot in warm weather. The legs are baggy, not very fashionable for off the bike but comfortable for riding.

    Sliders 4.0 Jeans - JJP - NY   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: comfortable, good quality, look like regualr jeans, great price
    Cons: wish they had an air vent at knees

    I was pleasantly surprised by these jeans for the price. They are very comfortable and look like regular jeans. When I have shown them to friends that ride, they all want a pair. Only con is that I wish they had some kind of vent at the knee for some air flow on hot days.

    Sliders Jeans - L C III   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: sturdy... spacious.... long
    Cons: the velcro tabs in the knees

    Everyone was right.... they are big jeans Not as big as some suggest, but yes big. I ordered my size in the waist and longer legs. Waist was good. I could have gotten my right size in the length. I am 32x32 and got 32x34. Either way my gripe is not the size. I like big jeans so that's fine. The velcro in the knees is annoying. I may cut the tabs out. Not sure. As far as falling in them is concerned.... haven't done so and don't plan to. Not hot outside here yet so I don't know how they will do, but I assume they will be warm. Jeans in the summer are always warm so thats par for the course. Still.... aside from the velcro in the knees irritating my knees when I ride, they are great.

    Great Jeans - J.C.   SD Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good sticking & kelvar protection all throughout
    Cons: The black is kinda faded, wish it was a little darker but overall still good jeans

    Nice heavy denim & good protection in butt and knee area. Jeans seem like they would hold up good if i went down, hopefully i'll never find out but i feel more confident & safe riding with these jeans on

    Slider 4.0 - AL57   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good Quality
    Cons: Waay too baggy

    These are great jeans and will definitely offer more protection than regular Denim. Also, they are great value. Sizing was spot on for me. The only problem is that they are REALLY BAGGY. If you have wide legs or don't mind that kind of fit, go for it. Otherwise, go with something else.

    Kevlar Jeans - Champion   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection, look, price
    Cons: Sizing, knee pads

    Ordered the jeans for more protection. Very strong material with plenty of Kevlar. Jeans look good too No knee pads come with so order. Sizing is big so order down at least one size or more.These jeans are made to last. Good price for the quality.

    seems good quality - brent   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: looks like normal jeans
    Cons: slightly warmer than regular jeans

    I lost some inches on my waistline so I wasn't sure what would fit, but these work well even with Bohn armor underneath. As my new jean size is 30 by 32, these 30 by 32 leave enough room for the armor and my larger, bicycle-riding sized legs. They feel about an inch larger than the regular jeans I got at the department store. If I do not drop any more inches I will buy another pair, 30 appears to be the smallest waist available by any brand I found on the web or at the motorcycle shops nearby.Fortunately for me, I can not tell you how they handle in a real slide event.

    Good fit - Ptcrash   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: True to Size, comfortable, plenty of Kevlar coverage
    Cons: [None]

    Really hard to find my size but these fit great and are plenty long when in seated riding position. Nice soft jean feel. Looks good enough to wear out and about,

    Nice, but run very large - Deacon   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Quality construction, materials.
    Cons: Runs very large, made for people with big legs

    Nice quality pant but as many have said, runs very large. Very loose fit, made worse by my skinny legs. I typically wear a 34 or 35 waist depending on cut, ordered a 32 and is plenty big. Good product but cut for the larger rider...almost like an over pant.

    Nice Gear - Pete - Las Vegas   NV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great for the Money
    Cons: Don't like the style.

    The Good The amount of Kevlar that is sewn into the jeans is substantially more than any other riding jeans that I've researched, also the price point was about 13rd less than the competition.More Kevlar better protection for 13rd the price.The BadThe Style. I really didn't like the look of these pants at all, plus the fit is really baggy. This may be my own hang-up but Riding Gear is supposed to look cool, rightMany other company's make better looking riding jeans BUT - you will spend way more money for an inferior product that doesn't offer the same protection .In the end I went with these pants, and I'm pretty happy I did. I got a killer deal on great riding pants with optional CE armor wich I don't think the competition has, and they turned out great. Also, they really are more comfortable than I thought they would be. I WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND THEM

    sliding into new jeans - mtnair3   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: The Kevlar jeans are a good value.
    Cons: sizing is generous

    A friend recommended these jeans because he felt they were a high quality jean at a reasonable priced. I agree with his assessments. The three pairs that I have were purchased on two separate occasions some months apart. All three pairs were similar in quality and size.

    Nice jeans but run big in the waist - Well seasoned rider   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice riding jeans with decent protection.
    Cons: Hard to fit They run big in the waist. No provisions for hip or tailbone padding.

    These seem to be nice riding jeans with decent protection. They do run big in the waist. I ordered a 32 waist and 34 inseam. They were pretty big when I tried them on. I measured the waist at 34 inches and the inseam at 34. I don't understand why they have the oversized waist. This makes them hard to fit by mail order.

    Kevlar Jeans sliders - Draco   NY Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Fit well, added protection, reasonable price
    Cons: stiching of kevlar on legs are scratchy on legs

    Was worried about fit but that really was a none issue.. They fit well but the stiching on the leg kevlar is a bit scratchy on bare legs....

    Great Riding Jeans 1 Flaw - Craig C   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection, optional knee guards, comfort
    Cons: Sizing is goofy, metal pocket rivets on right side waist are a hazard to your bike

    I really like these jeans, and will be getting a pair of Sliders Cargo Pants before spring.Lots of opinions about size here, many saying these jeans run very large. Waist - they run about 1 size large in the waist, at least for me. Based on some reviews I went ahead and ordered 30x32. WAY too snug, and I normally wear a comfortable 33. I exchanged them for 32x32 and all is well. Length - normally I wear either a 30 or 32 length. Since these are riding jeans, my primary focus is not how they fit when standing around - it's how they fit when riding. When in doubt, get your proper length or 1 length up. I could have even gone with a 34 length - I have to be careful not to run these though the clothes dryer.PROBLEM - and I really hope the manufacturer fixes this in the next update of these pants. These jeans designed specifically for riding motorcycles. When mounting, dismounting, and pushing our bikes - the bike is on our right side. On the right-front pocket we have... two metal rivets for the small inner pocket, just below the waistline.I'll never understand why anyone thought this was a good idea for motorcycle jeans - huge scratch hazard. Could have accomplished the same thing with reinforced thread stitching. Had to take away 1 star for this sorry.Overall these are great jeans for everyday riding, and I feel safer knowing my skin is protected by kevlar.

    good to go - d   WV Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: well made
    Cons: [None]

    Do fit a bit big... Seem really well built. Fit about like my car harts but with padding and kevlar...

    Well made - Ty   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very well made, sturdy
    Cons: Heavy, velcro is picky

    I purchased a pair of the Slider 4.0 pants about two years ago and wear them often. I love the pants. They are well made, sturdy, and show little sign of wear after two years I ride all year around. As per the other reviews, purchase one size smaller in the waist than you normally would. The inseam was spot on for me, and the pants do not ride up the leg when I am riding.cons The velcro closures for the knee armor which I also reviewed will rub on your legs if you do not put the two pieces together just right, which will be a huge irritant on a long ride. The number of belt loops is another con. As heavy as these pants are, they should come with 7 belt loops. Unless they have changed this since I purchased my pair, they only come with 5. This causes the pants to slip under the belt.

    Sliders Jeans - Jim   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable and good price.Lots of kevlar
    Cons: A bit too baggyloose fitting in the legs.

    I usually wear 38 waist comfort cut jeans and they are tight in the waist. The Sliders I could probably order 36 waist to fit the same. I ordered 38 and they are a little loose in the waist. I put a string in the leg hems and that works pretty good to keep off the ground when walking. I didn't want to hem them up as they are the right length when riding. Legs are a bit too baggy.

    Great pants except..... - LJ   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sturdy, well made
    Cons: Velcro at knee area scratches

    I ordered a 3432 which I normally wear. Way too big...had to exchange them for a 3232. I like the length long to cover my boots so I kept that the same. Once washed, pants fit great Not too much shrinkage. Thick material. The only problem I have is the armor pockets at the knee. The velcro is a little jagged thereby feels uncomfortable at certain times it pokes. Other than that, these pants are working out well. I like these better than Draggin' jeans or the HD brand.

    Nice Riding Pants - Jeffrey   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good quality
    Cons: Sizing is just a tad big in my opinion.

    This is my first pair of kevlar jeans. They are baggy but as a pro it does allow you to layer up for cooler temps. There is more kevlar material and the stiching is better than other brands. Nice product Thumbs up

    I wear them all day in the winter. - Jim   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great Protection, Generous Cut
    Cons: Sometimes Hookloop Strips on Knee Pocket Can be Scratchy

    I wear these jeans all day when temperatures outside are not excessivley hot I live in Houston. I love not having to change to go for a ride. They are relatively cool and comfortable both on and off the bike. They are a tad warmer than regular jeans but the generous leg cut allows my legs to breath and stay cooler. The pants legs are cut large enough so I can easily slip on Fox Titan Kneeleg protection when I go for a ride. I normally wear 38 - 33 jeans but I wear a 36 - 32 in these if wearing over other clothing pads or I wear the 34 - 32 over minimal padding just hip pads and kneeleg protection. The 34 - 32's work well for me for all day wearing.My only issue is with the Hookloop strips for the knee armor pocket. If the plastic hook strip extends beyond the edge of the mating soft strip it can be a bit scratchy on the knee when walking. I wish the inside soft strip of hook and loop closure was twice as wide as the hard plastic hook strip. I can minimize the scratchiness by perfectly mating the soft side inside the harder hook strip but being that both strips are the same size it can be difficult to align perfectly. If my knee does not fall directly under one of the hookloop strip combinations ie I pull up pants legs a bit too high the scratchiness can also be reduced or eliminated. This problem can happen on all riding pants Cargo, Kacki, jeans, other manufactures that have armor knee pockets with hookloop strips.

    upnorthguy - cardiff   WI Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: fit and construction
    Cons: winter here....

    Ordered one size large and fit is perfect, well made cant wait till spring....

    Run Big - Deacon   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Solid as a rock, perceived high quality
    Cons: size is way off

    I was not able to wear the pants as they were huge. Normally wear 36 so that is what I ordered... there were closer to a 40. Super loose fit. I prefer a bit more slim cut so I returned. They appeared to be super high quality, but I never rode with them. I would recommend if you like a looser fit, but even so, recommend you order a size down.

    Good Insurance - WEG   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Kevlar
    Cons: Baggy look

    Ordered these for the kevlar protection. Will wear with my Bohn armor for maximum peace of mind and butt. These pants are about an inch larger than advertized both waist and length. I expect to have them shortened. I can live with the waist. They are really wide stovepipe legs compared to regular jeans, so you won't win any beauty contests, but riding they are really comfortable because of the loose fit. Doesn't seem to add much to flapping in the wind. So if you can put up with the baggy drawers look, I would recommend them in a heartbeat. Also do yourself a favor and wear some armor for knees, shins, hips and tailbone with them. If you go down you will not be sorry you look a bit baggy Don't forget the armor in the jacket as well and ride safe. ATGATTWEG FLMA

    Lack ail - Punta poon   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Lightweight
    Cons: Not for cold weather

    Pretty cool pants

    Sliders 4.0 Kevlar Jeans - Steve   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Appear well made and comfortable. Nice option for armour in knee area.
    Cons: Could use an extra belt loop or two. Need to order one waist size smaller.

    Bought a pair of these last summer for myself- good value after much research. Appear to have better kevlar coverage inside than others. Comfortable jeans that are a bit heavier that should help in the event of an unexpected get off. Nice option for the knee armour as well which can be removed or left in. Cormfortable on the bike or off. Would order one size smaller in waist as they appear to run large and one size greater in length to cover boot when on bike. Just got a pair for my son as Christmas gift- good fit and he loves them. Will obviously be put to the ridingcomfort test when spring gets here.

    Run big in waist - brock29609   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Good Kevlar coverage
    Cons: Fit like Mom jeans, poorly sized

    I consistently wear a 33 waist in jeans. I tried these in a 32 and they were huge. The 30 waist fit me comfortably with room to spare. I haven't owned a pair of 30 waist jeans since 8th grade Functionally they're great and the construction quality is good. Good Kevlar coverage. The Velcro on the inside of the knees is scratchy and annoying since I don't wear the pads, so I took it out. I would call these a wide leg fit. The seams on the outside of the legs are bunched up and look a little like poofy mom jeans. It's not a clean seam. The denim weight is good. Not heavy weight like Draggin jeans, but not thin and cheap either. Has a medium denim weight that's durable but still appropriate for warm seasons. I've done summer riding in these and they served me well. I'm satisfied with this purchase.

    Better than good - almost great - Doc Peck   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well-made, good looking, great fitting, innovative and protective
    Cons: Knee armor installed from the bottom up. Fabric for armor pockets grabs Velcro closures.

    I discovered Sliders several years ago as a less expensive alternative to the first Kevlar-lined jeans I owned and found them to be comfortable, good-looking and long-lasting, while promising protection from road-rash in the event of an unintended dismount. Having avoided testing them in that way, I cannot attest to the veracity of the claim, thank goodness With the advent of Sliders 4.0 with available integrated knee armor, I had to procure the new and improved version. EVEN BETTER THAN THE ORIGINAL Great look and fit, with all the Kevlar protection these jeans are known for, now with the added benefit of IMPACT PROTECTION Best of all, the pads are entirely unobtrusive, both visually and with regard to riding comfort. The armor-holding pockets are designed with three rows of Velcro closures top and bottom to provide a great deal of placement customization making the armor that much more comfortable and most likely efficacious. My only issue is that whoever thought that insertion of the pads from the bottom up was a good idea must never have heard of Isaac Newton Also, the mesh fabric of which the armor pockets are made annoyingly clings to the Velcro closures making a smooth fit a bit of a challenge. Overall, these jeans are a great choice for riding near and far in all but the steamiest mid-summer weather.

    Tall & thin - John   TX Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, heavy denim
    Cons: Hot, too loose for thin people

    I read all the reviews and was able to quickly determine that I needed to order a size smaller that I usually wear. However the reviews were all over the board over the length. Some said same as regular pants some said go a size shorter, and some said go longer. So I called customer service and was told to DEFINITELY stay with the same length I normally wear even though I told him my regular jeans ride up on my leg when riding. He told me these jeans are cut longer to make up for that. When the jeans came in they fit perfectly in the waist, were loose but acceptable, but rode up on my leg when seated on my bike. I called back to customer service and they agreed to waive the return shipping fee since I was told to order the length I did great customer service, btw. The replacements fit great in waist and length, but I guess because of the longer length they now fit very loose and baggy. More so than the first pair. I've laundered and rode in them and there was minimal shrinking if any at all. So, for you tall and thin guys out there, here are my stats. Hopefully they'll help someone. I'm 6'2 and 170#. I normally wear 3434 in relaxed fit, which do fit loosely but are very comforable. These are 3236, which fit very loose. Perfect in the waist and length for riding but too loose and baggy. They are very comfortable, the demin is soft and quality appears good. The kevlar covers large areas. The kneepads are somewhat uncomfortable but I supposed that's a tradeoff for protection. Overall, I'm very satisfied with the jeans and would order again. I just wish I could buy jeans for tall & thin people

    I've owned a pair of the Sliders Khaki style pants for a couple years and love them; very comfortable. I lost some weight so I decided to order a couple pairs of jeans this time. Ordered a size 32/32 based on a few reviews that say they run a size large I wear 33/34 but they actually run a lot more than that. When I put them on they were like slipping into a circus tent! I measured them out to a size 36 so remember to order at least two sizes under your normal with jeans. The cargo/khaki style is about one size off. I called and they were very nice about an exchange offering to measure out a pair when they resend them.

    The only complaint I have about the new 4.0 is that the armor pockets in the knee area are a bit scratchy/irritating and if you live in really warm climates like I do in Las Vegas the Kevlar lining is a bit warm... but I'll take warm over road rash any day.

    Larry V aka Neon Man  
    I just received my Slider 4.0 jeans after having returned the originally ordered pair because they were too large. I normally wear a 32 x 32 but had to exchange for the 30 x 32s. 5' 10", 180 lbs The fit on these is still a little loose but comfortable... a very relaxed fit. Remember these are for function / safety and not so much for fashion. Leg length is a tad longer than most of my regular jeans but that's good for sit down riding position. Double belt loops in the back middle position to distribute belt pull ...a good thing. The front pockets could be a tad deeper and maybe that's because these jeans have a slash pocket opening lower than most jeans but now I'm nit picking. Overall I'm pleased with them and look forward to wearing them on an upcoming ride this weekend. I'll hold back on a five star rating until I've tried them and washed them a few times.

    the run HUGE  
    I usually wear a 33 waist in jeans. I bought a 32 and they are enormous. Way too big to even sinch with a belt. I guess I'll have to return for a 30, which is rediculous. The denim isn't quite as thick as my Draggin' Jeans, but the Kevlar coverage is just as good, if not a smidge better. It's hard to judge the overall fit since I felt like a child in men's clothing when I tried them on. They seem to have wide legs, so it's more of a relaxed than a classic fit. But then again, everything about them is huge. They're longer than expected as well.

    I have been owning Kevlar jeans for more than ten years now and I really like them. The sliders are great but I don't like the pockets for the armor, they make the jeans less comfortable. If I want better protection I would buy 'real' motorcycle pants. Sliders were supposed to be a compromise more towards comfort. I liked the 3.0 much better.

    Bought the 4.0 with knee armor. I'm normally a 33/32, so I purchased a 32/32 and the fit is excellent. Knee armor in the lowest setting puts it in the correct place when riding the bike. There are some minor issues with stitching. Some parts of the jeans are stitched at a odd angle, like the flap that covers the zipper. The mfg didn't quite sew it on straight. Minor annoyances. The kevlar panels are very large on the jeans, but it looks like they're not covered with cotton, so the kevlar material is in direct contact with your skin. It hasn't been a problem for me, but the kevlar material is definitely rougher than denim would be. The kevlar material also flows less air than regular denim, which is a good thing on the bike, but not so great when you're sitting in a office all day as they get hot. Definitely flows more air than leather though.The jeans themselves look good and the cut itself works quite well. The cut is a loose fit type, less than baggy jeans that I'm used to. Knee armor doesn't really protrude much and you can't really tell that you're wearing it when standing up due to the loose fit of the kevlar jeans.

    Doc Wong  
    Nice pair of riding jeans. I installed a set of knee pads and the pants fit great at a waist size 30. The waist fit well, but I found the legs a bit baggy and wished they were cut tighter. I may have them altered.

    Great pants with the exception of the bagginess.

    I'll start by saying these are very good pants. Comfortable, and a good cut once you get the right size. As many have said, they do run VERY large. I purchased the same size as my previous Sliders and they all but fall off and are a baggy mess. Went down a size and they fit very good, maybe just a tad snug, but comfortable. I appreciate the straight cut legs and room they provide vs. some of the other "skin tight" cut that other brands have. The lining gives a moderate sense of protection and the addition of the armor pocket is why I picked up these when I already have some other pairs of Sliders kevlar pants.What stops them from being great pants The knee pockets are too small for armor that would offer maximum protection and they seem to be aligned so the armor sits towards the inside of the leg/knee. Would like to see larger pockets for full knee/shin protection. Despite the description of having more belt loops, I count the same number on these new ones as my old sliders. Lastly, and perhaps more importantly, while they do offer comparable level of kevlar protection to similar pants on the market, I would like to see more coverage including behind the knee and calf. Hopefully we will see a slightly higher priced Slider jean in the future with more kevlar coverage.

    Drew O  
    Like many here note, they run a little big. Kevlar gets pretty toasty on a hot day, so , beware if you're prone to "swamp a".

    Sliders needs to fine tune the armor pockets a bit. It's nearly impossible to adjust them while worn, so make sure you site on the bike, and tweak the positioning before you get rolling.

    I would recommend to sliders that they flip the velcro on the knee pockets around so the pile is on the denim side and the loop is on the pocket side. That way when they aren't perfectly aligned and they wont be the loop won't scour ones knees.

    Overall, good bang for the buck.

    Doc Wong  
    Nice pair of riding jeans. I installed a set of knee pads and the pants fit great at a waist size 30. The waist fit well, but I found the legs a bit baggy and wished they were cut tighter. I may have them altered.Great pants with the exception of the bagginess of these kevlar motorcycle riding jeans

    Darker denim, improved cut, and sturdier, metal button all pluses over the Slider 3.0 kevlar jeans of which I also have a few pairs. Just like the 3.0s, they are sized large in the waist--not a problem if you know before you order. On the other hand, the knee armor is a bit of a disappointment. The loose cut of the jeans means the armor is free to "float" around side to side, and I don't see it staying in place to protect the knee in the event of a crash. Further, the pockets for the armor are offset more towards the inside of the pant leg, rather than the more desired location biased towards the outside of the pant leg, which is the prime/likely impact area in a crash. Consequently, when riding my sportbike, the kevler armor is uncomfortably/annoyingly situated between my knees and the tank. It's not such a problem when riding one of my standard bikes, but, even then, the armor must be raised/lowered when switching from standard to sport bike and vice versa.All in all, worth the extra money versus the 3.0 Sliders, but I think the armor pads will stay in the drawer they just offer more trouble than they do functional protection. Hopefully, they'll improve the armor pockets for the 5.0 Sliders.

    Good protection but are a little warm on the backside !I added elbow pads to the kevlar riding jeans from an old jacket because the knee pads I had were to small and shifted around too much .

    these jeans are very high quality and I love the idea that you can put armor into them for extra protection. I ordered the 4.0 version specifically for that purpose.The only complaint I have is similar to other people, these kevlar jeans are HUGE. I have worn a 36/32 for all of my adult life. My normal jeans are Levis and fit great. Sliders are the correct length, but the waist is huge. I am returning them and getting a 34/32 to see if they fit better. I would recommend starting with a size smaller than you normally would order.Otherwise a great product and great service for

    Paul R  
    These are very comfortable fitting jeans. They fit a little big, but it's a relaxed cut so it's not bad. The Kevlar is stitched in very well and looks like it could take some serious abuse. The kevlar riding jeans 4.0 version comes with pockets for optional knee pads which is a nice touch instead of having to keep them in place with Velcro or something. My only complaint is that the knee pads seem a little skewed. They're not quite in line with my leg, but that might just be my leg.

    Purchased 34W/32L. They do run Large. Unwashed the waist measures 18" across and the inseam from the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg measure 33" . The rise from the crotch seam to the waistband measures 13". The belt loops are 2" behind the "out-seam" and the out-seam from the waistband to the leg cuff is 44".Compared to Levis 501 34/32 washed many times, the waistband is 16", the inseam is 31" and the rise is 12". The belt loops are exactly at the out-seam and the out-seam measures 40". The denim on the 501 is thicker and sturdier with a tougher feeling "hand" No Kevlar though I will try to re-post the shrinkage of the sliders once I wash/dry them. I may change my rating at that time. Hope this helps anyone deciding what size to order

    Sliders 4.0 - klrjeffb   MN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Protection Front pockets seem deep enough
    Cons: Hot Back pocket seams uncomfortale for all day rides...

    I am comfortable riding with my Aerostich Darien pants over jeans than wearing these I will use the Sliders when the temparture is cool enough to do so for short trips around town. The lack of knee pockets for protectors precludes these for road trips... I haven't crashed in these hopefully never will so I cannot speak to their protection. Their thickness says to me they will afford a little protection against sliding, but I can see a lot of heat from abrasion transferring to your skin. The size 36 was a little large. I will probably end up using them for lumberjacking in the fallwinter. I will let you know if they are not chainsaw proof

    Great Pants - Bad Smell - Gavin Brown   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, easy fit over boots.
    Cons: Strong chemical smell, waist cut low in back

    Love these jeans for casual rides. After many washes the very strong chemical smell has not diminished. Migh be the dye, the Kevlar, or something else. When the riding weather is hot the odor is even stronger. Fit is fine. I could have dropped a waist size or returned them, but good with a belt. Wish they didn't stink so bad.

    Slider Riding Pants - WESMAK   WA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, Good Looking
    Cons: Weak Pockets, Uncomfortable Kevlar Mesh

    My first pair of Sliders evened out with the pros & cons. The pros Comfortable waist, leg, & crotch area. Great length, especially whilst riding. Stylish too, my daughter told me that I finally got some cool, good looking pants and she almost didn't believe me when I told her that they are motorcycle riding pants. I think that's a darn good recommendationThe cons After only 6 rides wearing them without incident, a hole developed in the front pocket, so I lost some stuff that I had in the pocket to my boot, & the rest of it to the road. Way too flimsy of pocket material. The other con is the Kevlar mesh inside the pant legs is like sandpaper and rubs the skin raw on my legs when walking. I've taken to layering by wearing spandex tights under the Sliders so there's less friction which works well until ithe weather gets warm and then it gets too uncomfortable.The Sliders are good pants a good value too. Some attention to issues such as I've explained and they'd be great pants.

    Baggy Jeans - Schafer   GA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Made well, much more protection than plain jeans
    Cons: Baggy, hard to keep knee armor in place

    Because I love riding in jeans but want more protection than plain jeans can provide, I really like the idea of the Sliders riding jeans with CE rated armor for the knees. I did find that these run very big in size and required to exchange for one size smaller than I normally wear. Now that I have the correct waist size, they still feel very baggy. I will wear but am still looking for something not so baggy.

    Nice but BIG - DeadRun   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Great denim, VERY roomy
    Cons: Too Roomy, insufficient areas of Kevlar

    Waist seem to be about the size listed, but the jeans are SUPER big in the legs and butt. I have relegated them to winter riding jeans under which I wear armor spandex and ski pants. That about fills them up. If you want only essential Kevlar Knees & Hips and want to wear a lot of layers under them, these can make good riding jeans. You can't go down in size without waist fit issues.

    size matters - JD   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made, heavy duty denim
    Cons: baggy

    As stated in other review, the sizing runs a bit large but not too bad. The problem is that they are cut WAY too baggy I sent mine back and exchanged them for the boot cut style which is still plenty roomy, but they are made of lighter weight denim.

    Good protection but need a place for installing the knee pads - George   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy and warm and fit pretty well. I haven't worn them in warm weather.
    Cons: No knee pad pockets.

    I've only worn these for one day of riding, but they worked well. They are very comfortable for hours of riding. I would give them at least a 4 star rating if they'd had working pockets within which to install the knee pads. One leg had a 4 pocket pointed towards the cuff for installing the 9 pad and the other leg had none. It looked like the person making them did not understand the concept of knee pads. I'm returning them for that reason. I'm hoping they will repair or replace the knee pad pockets.

    2year review - Twangsong   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Price, durability, practicality for my work,
    Cons: Knee pad placement, construction quality

    After 2 years, the pants hold up after washing and use, nicely. I like them for several reasons. However, the alignment of the pads over the knee is wrong. The legs seem to be shifted to offset the pads away from the knee. The sewing of the Velcro for the pad mesh uses nylon thread that rubs through the sox and irritates. I must put masking tape on it every use. I have 2 pair of larger CE pads, one set molded and another flexible, same issues on both.

    Well Contructed But Sizing Issues - CG   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very Well Made
    Cons: Waist Sizing Estimates Are Not Efficient Way To Buy Pants

    I ordered sizing as the listing specified and they were way too big. Returned Sliders Jeans lost discount due to return shipping cost not credited and ordered my exact size and they fit perfectly Somebody has to get these products measured and sized correctly at the manufacturer before sales, silly to ESTIMATE your size. If they are two inches larger in the waist then label them with exact size. They are comfortable and a nice pair of Jeans. Would like to see a normal straight leg Jean in this KevlarKnee protection configuration.

    Sliders 4.0 kevlar denim jeans - 996SuperHawk   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: appear to be very durable & hopefully abrasion resistant, but i hope I never have to put them to the test.
    Cons: as stated, they run about one size large in the waist & also in the inseam length. fit is definitely too baggy & too relaxed. Elvis at CA tells me they are working to change that hopefully soon.

    See pros & cons above. I typically wear a 35 or 36 - 29, but know 29 is rarely available with that waist size. I got a 34 - 30 which is still a bit large in the waist and at least 1 too long. I had to roll up the legs about 1 34, but with the wide opening & baggy fit they would not stay rolled up & very easily catch on a foot peg. My temporary remedy is to staple the cuffs so they stay up, but catching a cuff pulls out the staples.......... had to sew inner edge of left cuff to make it stay up......... as that is the one most active when coming to stops and moving the leg back to the shifter lever. I also have to wear my belt a bit tighter than normal to keep the waist area in place above my hips. Changing this otherwise apparently good product from a too relaxed fit to a more traditional fit is definitely needed. Maybe keep the relaxed baggy style for those who need it.

    no fit - knee armor   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: [None]

    Knee armor don't fit in pants.

    Baggy and short but strong - N   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Construction appears very strong, good coverage
    Cons: Baggy fit

    I'm a solid 32waist 32inseam by the tape measure well, probably closer to 33 on the waist, but definitely no more than 32 inseam, and my main pants are 501xx - I don't like baggy pants. I ordered 32x34 Sliders jeans and while the waist was a good fit, the pants were just barely long enough when sitting on the bike, and really baggy - I'd expect them to be flapping in the wind and chafing like crazy if I'd worn them on a ride I didn't ride, as I knew I'd be returning them because of the fit.If you like baggy pants and your legs aren't very long, these are probably a good pant - I really wanted some riding jeans. Given that I haven't seen any slimmer fitting kevlar jeans, I've given up for now and got some textilemesh pants for my summer wear... definitely not to be worn off of the bike for long.

    Mr Baggy Pants - Matthew   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Appears well constructed.
    Cons: Runs big and baggy.

    Much more relaxed than I had hoped. Run bigger at waist than most of my other pantsjeans. I usually wear 34 waist and 32 length with my classic fit chino Dockers and my Wrangler jeans, but these run bigger. No significant improvement after a few washes. With the pants at my hips, the crotch is low for my taste. Plenty of room for the boys... Bought them 2 longer than my other pants to cover my legs while riding, but that was a mistake because these are cut to rest at my hips, so they are too long and I have to cuff them, which is a little too Howdy Doody for me.

    Sliders 4.0 - Land Harris   LA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Relatively comfortable, good price
    Cons: Low waist.

    I am glad I took the advice to order a size up. They came to me in good time and were comfortable but i am used to having a deeper inseam. I feel that pants for guys should come up to the waist, the navel or a little below. These seemed to fit me right at the hip bones hip huggers or as I would think women's pants fit. I kept my shirt tucked in order to prevent people behind me seeing a little plumber's crack. Otherwise they fit well and seem sturdy.

    Great Value - Chuck S.   PA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable. Looks like normal jeans.
    Cons: Forget the knee armor.

    These relaxed fit-style jeans are comfortable right out of the box. They come long, but are at the perfect length when in riding position. I ordered the optional knee armor, but found the mesh pockets to be flimsy and poorly designed to hold the armor in the right place. The knee pad pockets are rectangular and the armor is not, so the armor will move around. In the event of an accident, it is unlikely that the knee pads would either be or remain in the right place. I found the knee pad pockets overall to be poorly constructed. Even if the pads could be positioned properly for riding, they would not be comfortable to keep in at work all day. You can't beat the price, but the inferior knee armor pockets reinforce the you get what you pay for saying. I gave up on the knee pads and would recommend the pants on that basis.

    slider jeans - wing rider   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: protection
    Cons: very warm

    I bought a pair of the Slider jeans. They are very high quality, cut large and very warm. The warmth isn't bad riding in cooler weather but on an 80 degree day I get very hot in them.

    Slider's jeans - Nessmuk   SC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Well made and loose fitting
    Cons: Way too big

    I normally wear size 36 waist and ordered these but they're much larger than that. I kept them as I can wear insulation under them for cool weather riding but I good belt is necessary. Probably should have returned them for a smaller size but it's too late for that.

    Nice jeans, oversize seat and legs. - OldSwartout   IN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very nicely made, stitching and kevlar inserts looked good. Waist and length fit correctly.
    Cons: Extemely oversize through seat and legs.

    The jeans appeared to be well made, with sizing very near my regular jeans. The price was great. However, there was so much extra material through the seat and upper legs, they fit like clown pants. The legs were so loose, I was concerned that the protection in the legs could be compromised by rotating around out of position in case of a crash, so I returned the jeans.

    Close but no cigar - Riding Jeans   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Looks like regular jeans
    Cons: Velcro in knees are irritating

    These fit like the relaxed fit jeans. The velcro armor retaining patches sticks out through the fabric and irritates my knees. This limits the rideability of the pants to the closet.I still can't figure out how to put the CE armor in there, they keep falling out and the velcro is still irritating.

    Well Made, large fit - Royson   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good protection, thick denim
    Cons: fit too big and loose overall.

    This is the second pair of sliders I have purchased. Last year I purchased a pair with waist size 36 my regular jeans were 36's at the time Though I was basically happy with that first pair of sliders jeans, they were a little on the large size and I felt sloppy wearing them. In the next few months I lost 25 lbs with some effort at the gym, and so I knew the original sliders would be way too big. Remembering that they fit loose, I ordered a pair with 32 inch waist, even though my regular jeans are now 34 inch waist. Unfortunately, the new ones are still too big for my tastes. They fit very loose, and won't stay up without a belt. Also the cut of these jeans is very loose in general. I prefer more form fitted jeans, and these are overly sized stovepipe cut in the leg. I'm sure that the style is designed to easily fit over boots and maybe long johns or something, but I just don't like the look of these jeans, they seem kind of old manish compared to the tighter jeans that are popular currently. hey, I'm in my 50's, I'm not looking for skater jeans, but I would like something tighter than these. If you are the kind of guy that prefers loose fit style jeans, these will probably be to your liking. I do really like the thick denim, and the pockets for knee pads, but I will be looking for different riding jeans in the future. I sure wish that Sliders were offered in more styles, as they are well made riding pants.

    Sliders 4.0 - Pete   NH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good qualty, nice roomy leg for comfortable riding
    Cons: sizeing is hit or miss

    If these pants had fit my waist they'd have gotten a 5 star rating. I read other reviews and knew they ran large,....but. My waist is a snug 32, that's what I ordered and the pants practicaly fell down around my knees. No 31 available so went for a 30, too small. This company needs to get an accurate ruler. If you are lucky enough to get a pair that fits however, you'll be happy.

    Great construction - overly generous fitting - Skitty   FL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, protective and can be worn off the bike during your riding day
    Cons: The pants are more than generous, even tent like.

    I was highly impressed with the quality of construction, comfort of inserted protective material and look of regular jeans. The relaxed fit however was extreme to me - I am 5 ft 9 and normally wear slim fit jeans and felt like I was walking around in tents. I sent them back with regret and hope they have a style alternative next year.If you can live with the style these are for you.

    Sizing is a crapshoot - NeoGeo   OH Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, seem well made
    Cons: Sizing is a crapshoot

    I wear a 34-34 in regular jeans, and read that the sizing ran large on these jeans, I wanted some extra room so I stayed with my regular size 34-34. They arrived and fit just like a pair of 34-34 jeans, not what I expected or wanted. So I ordered a pair of 36-34 as replacements and I am practically swimming in these things. They quite big on me, I guess for riding they are good this big as they are roomy and they don't ride up the leg, but as for walking around in them, they are not so good due to the size. Protection and coverage seems good and they appear well made. Maybe the roominess will also help with any undergarments I choose to wear.

    Comfortable but may not be durable - Ed   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Comfortable, extra kevlar coverage comparing to other brands
    Cons: Durability is questionable

    One of the belt loop broke less than 30 mins into my first ride. Not a huge deal but make me question the durability of these jeans. I would recommend it because it's relatively affordable comparing to other brands and I have nothing else to compare it to.

    Sturdy jeans, but not for athletic builds - LemurTech   OR Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Sturdy-looking, good stitching
    Cons: Not very stylish

    I ordered these with the optional CE knee armor, but ended up returning them. They appear to be a solid, well-made product at a terrific price, but were just not right for me. Here's why. I am 5'6, with a 30 inseam and a moderately athletic 33-34 waist. I ordered these jeans in 34, and they proved quite a bit too big for me. I should have gone with 32.I already have a pair of loose-cut jeans, so the style is not new for me. That said, my impression is that these jeans are really a better match to those guys with more meat on their bones than I. If you are more athletically-built in your midsection, butt, and thighs, I suspect you'll find the fit is not all that complimentary. Neither is the fashion. In particular, the horizontal stitching that secures the Kevlar liner material and armor pocket in the knee area ends up looking dumpy on my body type. That was really the clincher for me--though perhaps I could have anticipated that this would be the case. Again, if you are a bigger guy, these could work well.So, good product, but perhaps not the right style for smaller, trimmer bodies. Recommended, but with a caveat.

    Nice Looking and Great Fit, But... - Daily Commuter   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Looks, Fit, thickness of kevlar, coverage of kevlar
    Cons: Knee armor pockets are cheaply made, Knee armor hard to installremove often

    Love the looks and the fit was spot on with my jeans. The Knee armor setup is not optimal if need to change out the armor. The velcro grabs everything and makes this difficult.

    Victory Rider - Terry   CO Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: protection of kevlar, quality of denim
    Cons: big bulky and baggy

    I haven't been able to really ride a great distance in these yet, but for starters they are big, bulky and make you look about 25 lbs heavier than you are. The diameter of the legs is huge, I could wear another pair of pants under them.

    Sliders - EP3   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: They shoud provide great protection
    Cons: They used a velcro strip that will scratch you at the knees

    I bought two pair to use for a trip to Florida because I did not want to use my other pants with pads. The jeans are full cut but some thing like a Velcro strip is at the end of the Kevlar and scratches you legs. I did not notice with I first tried on and had spots at my knees on one leg only. One pair it was on the right and the other on the left. They have a nice liner but are warm in the summer time.

    Sliders 2.0 Riding Jeans - MSTA Rider   VA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Well put together.
    Cons: Enough material in one pair to make two.

    I was very pleased with the quality of workmanship, But the sizing goes far beyond a relaxed fit. I'm 5'9 and 220, so I'm not a small guy. The jeans fit pretty well in the length and waist, but from the waist down, they are huge I don't consider myself a vain person, but one look in the mirror, and I knew that this was a line I couldn't cross I sent them back, and was very pleased with my communications with COMPACC.

    Goodquakity but baggy. - 2003 XL1200C   NJ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Heavy, smooth denim, nice color
    Cons: Very baggy pant legs, opposite of a slim fit.

    The pros and cons say it all.

    Sliders 4.0 - thruxton 900   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: seemed well made
    Cons: ridiculously too baggy

    I ordered my regular size jeans but the sliders were huge. the waist was close to the right size but everything else was super sized. crotch hung down to my knees. each leg could be a sleeping bag for 2 people. so i sent them back. if you are a big guy these might work but i don't want my pant legs flapping in the wind at 80 MPH like a flag in a hurricane.

    They are ok. - Yamabob   Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Extra protection is never a bad idea.
    Cons: Way too baggy.

    I normally wear a 38X32. Based on other reviews I ordered 1 size smaller in the waist and they fit well. My only complaint is they are ultra baggy and the ankles can whip around at high speeds. If they come out with another slim version that would be great

    Sliders 4.0 - Scott   TX Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Well made, lots of Kevlar, knee pad poclets
    Cons: Ugly WAY too baggy Have to purchase knee pads separately.

    The Slider 4.0 pants are very well made with lots of Kevlar and built in pockets for knee pads. However, I still can't figure out why motorcycle clothing manufacturers can't make a decent fitting pair of riding pants. I certainly understand the need for loose fitting jeans when riding a bike but why do they have to make them look like you could fit both of your legs into one leg of the jeans They are that baggy looking However, if you are someone who normally finds relaxed fit jeans tight on your thighs, then these are for you

    Sliders - Tommy   NC Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Very roomy,easy to take care of,decent looking
    Cons: legs are LONG, I may end up have them hemmed, not made in the USA

    Overall I like these so far, but I have only had the a short time, they have a shorter rise than most jeans, still not sure how I feel about that.

    Men's Slider 4.0 Jeans - Mathew   MA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: ComfortableKevlarWearable on summer days
    Cons: Armor single location onlyKnee armor smallest used D30 Icon to test scratches knees when walking around due to velcroNo hip armor placement area Needed

    The jeans are very comnfortable with no knee armor installed. Once installed it seems comfortable ONLY on the bike, once off it moves left and right and the velcro strips are not so the abrasive parts scratch your knees when armor is installed. There is no way you can keep taking the armor in and out everytime you get off your bike. A liner needs to be placed in fron of the armor, or just a small amount of fabric covering the vellcro that faces touches your knee and skin. An improvement whose time has come years ago would be to simply create hip armor pockets. I would pay another 20.00 or more to have this more modern improvement for safety. To use these as jeans without any armor is a comfortable option for on and off bike use...IF you don't want protection of armor when you ride. I feel naked without the armor while traveling at 70 on my Spyder.

    extremely baggy - snafu   TX Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: way too baggy

    I haven't worn them yet, except for trying them on. Apparently I ordered the wrong style, and should have gotten the Bootcut ones. I suppose I could ride in them, but I would be embarrased to stop at a public place like a restaurant or whatever.When spread flat on the floor or bed, the thighs are literally about 15 wide.

    Poor design - Mark   OH Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Kevlar is a bonus
    Cons: Poor Design

    I purchased a pair in the size that I normally wear, they were too big so I sent them back and reordered the next size smaller. 15-20 in shipping. I wore them one time and then I took off for a trip from Ohio to Texas. On the first day of wearing them It felt like there was Velcro sticking me on the top of the leg, when I stopped for the night I went looking for the culprit. What I found was a piece of Velcro sewn into the liner of the pant and it was poking through. I went to the front desk and covered the spot with gorilla tape and finished my trip. That night i notified Competition Accessories by email letting them know of the situation. After getting upset on the phone with them they agreed to pay my return shipping usually not done and they would evaluate them to see if I voided the warranty because of the tape. A month later a new pair arrived and yes the velcro sticks through the liner into my leg. I am not going return them I will have my wife cut that section out and put something else in place. Needless to say i'm not overly impressed with the quality and the design.

    do these pants make my butt look big - geezerglide   WA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: strong,comfortable
    Cons: oversized, baggy

    I'm a 34 and these were like a 36 and long by about an inch at least.Cut like a circus tent, I just couldn't handle looking this stupid in a pair of jeans. Disappointed, I really like the concept, just not the execution.,

    Slider jeans - Moto gal   CA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Appear to be of decent quality
    Cons: Legs too wide

    I wanted so badly to like these jeans. I ordered a size smaller per previous reviews. These jeans don't just run LARGE. You can actually fit both legs into one of theirs. They look like clown pants. And you can defiantly wear them as over pants over your regular jeans Don't waste your time with these, spend some extra for better designed product

    Almost ready for general sale - James R   PA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Attractive price point, kevlar panels
    Cons: Tailoring and design elements require significant refinement

    The Sliders 4.0 jeans are intended to serve as a protective garment when riding a motorcycle. They are assembled with Kevlar lining in selected areas, and knee pockets designed to accept CE approved armor. These relevant and desirable features are offset by the following1. The Slider 4.0 jeans are tailored with a low rise. This rise does not change increase in length when purchasing a pair with a 34 or 36 inseam. Taller riders may experience varying degrees of discomfort as a consequence of this incomplete tailoring.1a. CompAcc claims that they have increase the rise of the 4.0 jeans on the larger sizes. Perhaps this is in reference to waist sizes larger than 34 actual 36, per #5.2. The knee armor pouch is secured with multiple strips of hook-and-loop fabric. The hook portion faces the rider's knee. If the strips are not secured in precise alignment, the rider's natural movement will cause the hooked fabric to rub the rider's skin. The irritation is significant. The next iteration of the Sliders jeans MUST reverse the orientation of the hook-and-loop fabric.3. The generously baggy cut of the legs may flap in the wind. They will likely allow the knee armor to move out of position i.e., beyond a safe threshold during a wreck, too. There's a reason that proper riding gear has a generally form-fitting profile. 4. When new, the denim is quite soft and comfortable. It does not come across at all as heavy duty, despite ad copy to the contrary. Best to hope that you land exclusively on the Kevlar portion of the jeans, should you and your motorcycle part ways when in motion.5. The Sliders 4.0 jeans run one waist size large. The advice to purchase one size smaller than your actual waist measurement is spot on. This is admittedly a minor quibble. Still, why can't the overseas factory be instructed to sew the proper labels on the inside waistband 6. The belt loops are undersized. It's barely possible to use anything larger than a dress-style belt.CompAcc claims that the current iteration of Sliders jeans are based on suggestions and comments from customers of the previous versions of riding jeans. With this in mind, it's fair to wonder a just how underdeveloped prior versions of the jeans actually were, and b if reviews such as this one will assist in the development of Sliders 5.0 motorcycle riding jeans.

    sliders 4.0 jeans - dave   OR Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: good quality, waist and length measurements good
    Cons: legs were huge

    I was good with everything except the legs. They were more than roomy, they were huge. I'm not small, but could have almost fit both my legs in one side.

    Relaxed Fit . . .way too big - BobA   Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Good waist and length
    Cons: Relaxed Fit room for two

    I know the description stated relaxed fit and runs large. I'm 6'0 178# the waist and length 34x34 wereperfect BUT the relaxed fit was roomy enough for two of me. They become annoying flapping around your legs and the Kevlar is a bit scratchy but tolerable. I had them altered, and they're still too big . . . on second thought. . . I should have sent them back.

    Sliders jeans - B Martin   NC Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: construction quality
    Cons: way big accept the waist just like the video

    Too bad unless you layer up in the northern states. I sent them back.

    Little baggy - Slider jeans   TN Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: I think they would protect you in a slide situation
    Cons: To me they are too baggy

    I wear a size 32 waist and 30 length which fit great. The pants seem overly baggy to me and they are hot, not good for hot weather.

    slders - Bill   MI Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: [None]
    Cons: theserun extremly large

    I never purchased them they ran so big I had to send them back. I had to pay shipping on the ordered pair at 79.99 free shipping at 89.00 I had to pay yo ship them back 14.00 then I was aske dto pay shipping again on the smaller size. I told them to keep the pants cause i just cant justify paying 35.00 in shipping on a 79.00 pair of pants.

    Think way too big - Rob   PA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Good winter weight
    Cons: Way way too big, uncomfortable for the summer

    Ordered what I thought would be a snug fit because other reviewers said they were big. Make sure you order at least a size smaller than what you normally wear

    Sliders - Al   VA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Good sturdy material
    Cons: Too wide and bulky

    I am wearing them almost everyday when I ride, I like the armor addition to it.I just wish if they fit better. they are more on the wide side.

    POOR QUALITY - TERRY   CA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Good fit for a tall person
    Cons: Zipper broke on first try

    I'm a tall guy 6'4 so I like the fit. Previous reiviews said they run big and that was perfect for me. Unfortunately, just as we were getting ready to leave for a 1000 mile round trip ride, the zipper came apart on these. I had to ride back to my house to change which caused the trip to be delayed by a hour or so. I will be returning these and hopefully I won't have any hassles doing so.

    Sliders Kevlar - Vinnie C   CA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Seems like good quality
    Cons: Way too big in the legs

    I purchased a size 32 waist. The waist fit fine but the width of the legs is ridiculously huge.Returned them.

    Big, Big, Big - Jlaulis   AZ Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Nice kevlar coverage
    Cons: Sizes are not realistic

    These pants were like clown pants. I wear a 3132 waist pant so I ordered a 32 because a 31 is not available, so I knew the would be loose. Never thought I would be able to get me and my wife in the same pants. They had to be 3840 they were that big. At first I thought they sent me the wrong ones but they were marked 32, so back they went. 32 inches should be 32 not 38.

    Way too Baggy for me - Bob   IL Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: good bargain
    Cons: too baggy for my big ass

    I ordered a little smaller than I usually do but pants were way to baggy in the legs.

    Too baggy - tcorr   VA Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
    Pros: Seem to offer a good amount of kevlar protection
    Cons: The cutfit.

    First the pros. I ordered these on sale along with the optional knee protectors in order to get free shipping. Anyhow, at first look I was impressed with the thickness of the jean material and the amount of kevlar protection. Since these were my first pair of kevlar jeans I was sure what to expect, but they look about right, after looking at some jeans at the local metric shop.The cons. These jeans are really cut about an inch and a half to 2 inches big. I normally wear a 36x34 in my WranglersCostcoBJEddie Bauer jeans. I ordered these as 34x34 after reading some reviews talking about how they are not cut true to size but have a baggy vanity cut to them. The 34 inch waist definitely fit like 36 inch pants. But the legs on these things are just enormous. I do not feel that with the legs being cut so baggy that the knee pad would actually stay in place if I were to go down. I can move it around quite easily while standing or sitting.Unless you have really thick legs, its hard for me to recommend these pants. Because I like the kevlar protection of these pants I have since ordered the Boot-Cut version of the pants hoping for a more truer fit.

    Sliders 4.0 Riding Jeans - John   IA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: None - Zero stars I had to check one star as part of the review
    Cons: Poor sizing, Poor pocket design

    I never write reviews but I had to speak up. I ordered size 40 waist 36 inseam. That is also what was marked on the product labels on the pants I received. The waist was larger than 42, and the length was at least 37 . I find that any 4036 pair of pants from any manufacturer will fit me so this is the first time I've run into a size issue where an item is marked correctly but doesn't fit by a LOTThe pockets were not deep enough so when sitting down items in your pocket could slide out. The legs were pretty baggy, I don't know if this was intentional but they did not give an pleasing appearance.All in all I could not recommend these pants.

    Slider Jeans - Bm916   MA Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Protection
    Cons: Baggy, heavy, knee armor doesn't fit properly, smells bad, dirt found in all pockets, bad fitment

    I just returned these jeans. When they arrived I instantly noticed a bad odor coming from the pants, also to my surprise found sand and dirt inside all of the pockets, gross These jeans have an annoyingly baggy feel that I couldn't get used to and if I had them with me on my bike they would be even more of a distraction then for my own protection, or anyone else's. I realize they have the protective material on the inside but my other Kevlar motorcycle jeans do not feel like this. The knee armor I purchased with them fit's terribly even after fussing with them. I wouldn't recommend them to a friend.

    Jean Fit - McBeerski   MI Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: Appear to have been well made
    Cons: HUGE

    I'm not certain who these were designed for - certainly not me I'm 6', 200 lbs, 34 waist. The waist fit was fine. However, even given that they were supposed to be a little larger to give more freedom of movement, these pants made my painters jeans look tight on me. I believe that a hang glider could have been made from all the excess material. Sorry folks - I returned them as I knew I would never wear them. Great price, though

    oversized - Luvs2ride   WV Recommended by Reviewer: No
    Pros: I like the idea of somewhat less bulky gear for riding in the summer
    Cons: The sizing on these is EXTERMELY large, it should have been noted on the discription.

    Be sure to measure yourself before ordering, then call in the order an make sure you don't have to return them for a smaller size. These are way way larger than standard sizing.Not the best item I purchased from Compacc.

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