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Berik 7940 Jeans (UK Deal)

I've been after a pair of decent looking motorbike safety jeans for some months..

I have tried several different brands Dragon, Hood, Dainese, Hein Gericke and in my opinion these all in one way or another slightly lacked in either style or not enough protection, or in some cases both..

I went out for a bike ride last weekend with some mates and one of them turned up wearing these Berik Jeans.. They looked pretty cool and he said that they were very comfortable..

I had a search around on the net, and found that J&S motorbike accessories are selling these on their " Blue Cross" sale..

Popped down to my local outlet in Watford and tried on a pair yesterday..

They fit "Liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiike a Glove".... They normally retail at £119 but J&S are doing them for £95..

IMHO:These are the nicest biker safety jeans I've seen to date and are Rea-hee-hee-hee-heelly well made with a good balance between style and protection..


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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-26-2009, 12:08 PM
Did you get the invisible man to model them John? It would appear he has no torso or feet


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.. Very good John !!!!!!

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 09-28-2009, 07:34 AM
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I mainly wear Esquad jeans on the bike and so far I am very happy with the product. I like the casual looks, and the jeans-ish material is supposed to offer outstanding protection (hopefully I will never know how good it really is...). Under the jeans I wear Action Pants from Forcefield - this combination should give as good protection as it gets.

http://www.esquad.fr/collection.php?...ary&version=en
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I bought a pair of Draggin' Jeans (Australia, not USA) from Custom Lids, Newcastle. My missus says my butt looks great in them, better than in other jeans. And for that reason alone, I give them two thumbs up.

If it's important to you, they are very well made, and comfortable. I wear them to the cinema, it's cold in there.
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