Holly puts her butt cheeks on the line to test the new Tobacco Motorwear women’s Kevlar lined riding jeans- literally getting dragged behind a motorcycle three times at 30mph.
Posts Tagged ‘denim’
Women’s Dainese Jeans Collection 2015
More and more good looking and protective riding jeans are hitting the market, and this year Dainese has three distinct options. The Belleville, Jessville, and Kateville.
Maple Motorcycle Jeans
Maple Jeans makes classic styled Kevlar reinforced motorcycle jeans for men, but they’re pretty close to making them for women too!
Clutch Kid: Moto Fashions For Your Wee One
Motorcycle enthusiast and model Sabrina Nova has created a cute and cool new boutique children’s vest line called Clutch Kid! “Uniquely hand made cool for your little son of a gun.”
J. Shia of Madhouse Motors
J. Shia (of Madhouse Motors in Massachussettes) doing what she does, solvin’ motorcycle problems.
Nean and all 4’11” of her badassness rockin’ her ‘78 Yamaha Enduro 100. This rad lil lady is the co-owner of MotoFactory in Portland, Oregon– a shop that does maintenance, custom motorbikes, etc. [ more tagged Nean Tiffany Kiskela | petite ]
Women and motorcycles in marketing… photography by Marc Maltese for Overlap, a french denim company. (Overlap website / Marc Maltese website) [ more tagged Moto Guzzi | kickstart ]
Question: Protective Denim / Riding Jeans
Question: Any recommendations on protective Denim for women? Wanting to get my girlfriend some, but no one seems to make any that would fit to a woman’s body. Kevlar doesn’t flex. Figured you would be the one to point me in the right direction.
Hey MotoLady, I just bought my first bike and I’m trying to gear up the right way while still looking stylish. I’m in love with the Uglybro’s Twiggy and Ton-up pants but they’re made in Korea and kinda pricey. Know of anything great lady’s motorcycle pants sold in the states?
Bonjour! I actually got a pair of Icon Heartbreaker riding jeans with Kevlar reinforced knees a couple months ago and have worn them a lot (on and off the bike). I’ll be honest, I don’t think the photo they have does them justice. They’re boot cut stretchy jeans with thick knees, and they’re super flattering. Plus you could almost buy four pairs for the price of the Ugly Bro’s pants.