Riding Gear – Karl Desert Motorcycle Jeans
The Karl Desert motorcycle jeans leverage the abrasion resistance of both Kevlar and Cordura to keep your skin safe. Despite their purpose-driven design, the jeans look like modern streetwear making them ideal for urban commuters who require gear that looks at home both on and off their motorcycle. Each pair of Karl Desert jeans is manufactured in Europe by Pando Moto to the companies exacting standards.
The exterior of the Karl Desert jeans is made up of 12.5oz Cordura stretch denim that’s bound with reinforced Kevlar stitching. Look inside and you’ll find additional DuPont Kevlar panels covering high impact areas for increased abrasion resistance. Removable knee armour adds protection from hard knocks and internal pockets allow the fitment of additional hip armour.
Although safety during an accident is their primary goal the Karl Desert motorcycle jeans have plenty more to offer. For riders who value unique fashion each pair of the slim-fit Karl Desert jeans are aged by hand. For increased riding comfort concertina style panels maximise movement. To help prevent accidents in the first place the jeans cuffs can also be turned up to expose reflective strips.
The Pando Moto Karl Desert motorcycle jeans are available in both men and women’s sizes. They retail for $290 USD and are available on the Pando Moto website.
This month we are offering our readers the chance to win a pair of Karl Desert jeans. Simply subscribe to our newsletter list before Oct 7th, 2018 to go into the draw. Winner announced on the Return of the Cafe Racers Facebook page Oct 8th, 2018.
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