We often found ourselves considering going home to change into more protective pants before heading out for a ride. Since we prefer a more subtle classic design, that doesn't overstate its protective elements, we designed The Shop Denim with a 32% blend of synthetic fibers for asphalt abrasion resistance, and 8% Stretch for comfort and flexibility.
Our goal was to make a product that was manufactured in the USA that we could wear everyday, both on and off our bikes, with no one ever looking at us knowing that we were wearing something specifically designed for motorcycle riding.
We are very excited to introduce you to a collaboration that has been in the works for nearly 15 years.
Our Series A run of 225 hand signed and numbered Asphalt Resistant blend riding jeans. Made in Los Angeles California by our friends at Mr Clarke (@MC_Collective), specially for us here at The Shop Vancouver.
Te see some of our construction details please refer to the video below.
Thank you to everyone that has purchased a pair thus far, we are sitting at 20% sell though. Thank you !
***Our Jeans fit on the slimmer side of things, if you ride with a really high tight stance we suggest sizing up. Many people expect that our jeans will be like many other "motorcycle" pants that offer products with stretch..ie they will feel like jogging pants, or they are ill fitting and baggy to accommodate rubber padding, This is not the case with our jeans, because the Elastex is running along side the non stretch synthetic fibers which offers no stretch, our jeans has the slightest amount of mechanical or diagonal stretch. Our jeans are also designed to look good and fit when you are off your motorcycle as well.. Please note that our jeans are also raw, so you can expect them to open up a little bit in the waist, about 2cm with about 14 days of wear.
We suggest you either never wash your jeans or you use a soaking method of washing and hang dry them.
our photos aren't models, they are real people who have been wearing our jeans for the last few months.
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