Does my ass look big in these?
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Could anyone recommend a pair of jeans which I can ride in for more than an hour, without being cut in half up the crutch?
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I find Hood jeans really comfortable, they are well made and last a long while.
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I can recommend Sartso Killer jeans. Comfy and stylish.
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Bull-it jeans are the best I've used, following in from having HooD, Draggin and Aussie Biker brands.
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I know loads of biker chics that say they dont find any problem with crutch cutting jeans … but I think that is just a load of b*llux
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....All day long comfortable and have great protection with out digging in you
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Lindstrands are comfortable and well made, I'm looking for another pair the same but I can't remember the model/name though.
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Just spent a good few hours riding around in a pair of Levi 501's. No trouble at all.
I got numb arse syndrome from the bike seat though. Ouch!
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I wanted a pair of amour jeans for short trips on the bike. For example to work.
Sportsbikeshop had a large discount on “Alpinestars Double Bass Denim Aramid Pants. “ so I took a punt.
I have just received them and had a quick spin and they seem very good so far. I also wore them around the house for a hour and once you get over the feeling of knee pads they feel like a normal jean.
I also look even more handsome than normal in them, which is quite difficult I can tell ya
Sizing is generous. I’m normally a 31/32 and a 30 was ample.
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