SportBike Chic is a private label of women’s motorcycle gear established in 2016.
With a high percentage of Dyneema in SA1NT’s UNBREAKABLE denim, the jeans are 200 times stronger than your traditional Levis, and have a slide time of six seconds, or 246 feet.
If you’re a woman worried about finding quality protective jeans to enjoy your motorcycle ride, the search for another option just got a little easier.
In strength testing, the fabric demonstrated up to a 200 percent higher tear strength than standard cotton denim and an estimated 500 percent increase in abrasion resistance compared to standard cotton denim.
The Pekev lining starts at the armholes and goes down to the bottom of the shirt and around the sleeves for maximum protection.
Offered in medium and dark denim colors, Dainese’s Bonneville jean features a stonewash treatment and is available in both regular and slim cuts. While its stylish, European aesthetic is perfectly at home off the bike, it also boasts protective features like Kevlar internal reinforcements and flexible, removable internal armor at the knees.
Levi Strauss & Co. made the first blue jean in 1873. While blue denim existed before the jeans company, Strauss’ idea was to make a pair of blue denim work pants that wouldn’t fall apart easily, putting metal rivets at points of strain. They were an instant hit. Seventy years later Wrangler jeans came on
Bull-it, the technical jean specialist, has reclassified its product range as part of the launch of its 2015 collection. The move is designed to help consumers better understand what level of protection they can expect from different Bull-it products.
In 2010, Dainese was the first company to make jeans a “technical” garment and now, in 2015 has decided to create an entire collection dedicated to denim that is 100% made in Italy. The range features 10 models.