One of the key features any motorbike rider looks for in their jeans is its comfortable fit. Motorbike Jeans that are too tight or too loose may feel unpleasant and make moving around difficult. On the road, when the biker has other things to focus on like riding safely and navigating the way, uncomfortable leg-wear can become an annoying distraction. More dangerously, it might even affect the positioning of armour resulting in injury from impact in case of a crash. The length of the Motorbike jeans matters as well. Too small can leave the ankle and surrounding area exposed to possibly harsh weather and can increase chances of a nasty strain in a crash.
Different companies have different sizing standards but even so, measuring your motorcycle jeans size is extremely easy. Some high end brands have generous sizing standards; this means that a 34” waist may actually be a 36” waist. EVOQE motorcycle jeans are cut true to size so that you get what you’re told. Our jeans sizing is measured in inches. One thing to keep in mind, however, is that a pair of jeans goes through various processes such as washing, resulting in shrinkage. Furthermore, due to difference between the shrinkage of the various fabrics used such as Kevlar, denim and cotton, there might be small differences in motorcycle jeans sizing. In the case where you are on the borderline between two sizes, we would recommend to size up. The end goal is to have motorbike jeans that fit snugly- not too tight, nor too loose.
With all these things in mind, it is important to measure your motorcycle jeans size and buy the correct size. In this article, we will explore the two ways in which you can measure your motorcycle jeans size and make an informed decision about the jeans you’re buying.
Ways to select your motorcycle jean size:
Measure your Favourite Pair of Jeans:
This is the option that we recommend. Choose a pair of jeans which fit you well. Spread them out on a flat surface, smooth out any bunched up areas and close the jean button. Measure the waistband from the leftmost point to the rightmost in inches. Then measure the inside length of the leg from the crotch to the leg opening. Note down these two measurements in inches. You can now consult these measurements when buying a new pair of jeans.
Measure your Body Waist and Leg Length:
Another method is to check your own measurements and use them to select your correct size. Ensure your body is relaxed and start taking measurements. For the waist, measure the area where you would like the waist band of your jeans to be. For the inside leg length, measure from the crotch to where you would like the jeans to end.
EVOQE Motorcycle Jeans Sizes and Styles:
One of the most popular EVOQE styles is the slim fit design with tapered leg bottom which can be found in a number of our jeans such as Gladiax, Revtek, Xplore and Tourx Motorcycle Jeans. Our motorcycle jeans are made from the finest quality denim and Lining made with Kevlar® aramid fiber and have an interior lining of soft cotton. Some of our motorcycle jeans are constructed from stretch denim in slim fit while other from rigid denim in regular fit the latter have a comfortable fit from waist to bottom with regular leg bottom. Women’s motorcycle jeans are made from stretch denim in slim fit, keeping in mind the need for the jeans to fit according to their natural curves.
If you're still unsure of your correct size, contact us at email@example.com and we will be able to give our opinion. EVOQE motorcycle jeans are available in a wide variety of sizes and styles.
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