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Speed and Strength Rage With The Machine Jeans

Rage With The Machine Jeans

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Speed and Strength Rage With The Machine Jeans

Offering excellent abrasion resistance by way of its integrated Kevlar reinforcements, Speed and Strength’s Rage With The Machine Jeans are a great pairing of casual looks with durability and toughness. The fit is Speed and Strength’s relaxed fit and together with stretch panels, these are some very comfortable jeans on and off the motorcycle.
  • 12oz. Pre-Distressed Denim
  • Premium DuPont Kevlar reinforced knee and seat
  • Removable C.E. approved knee armor
  • Articulated knee panels with stretch panels
  • Leather trim
  • Relaxed Fit
  • Boot Cut

Read the MotorcycleUSA.com review of the Speed and Strength Rage With the Machine Jeans here: Speed and Strength Rage Jeans Review
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A decent pair of jeans

Being a big & tall guy, I've had difficulty finding jeans I like. These were plenty long while not riding. When riding, the knee armor doesn't quite bend enough so the pant leg tends to stick out. Feels like they are shorter in that regard, but they really aren't. They are a little warm in the shin area. On my FJR, I noticed my shins would get warm when standing still but quickly went away after riding. These also look more like a regular pair of jeans then some others. I would have like to have seen some venting in the crotch, just for airflow's sake. I have a set of Icon jeans that has a non-denim fabric there and it helps keep the jeans cool. The bagginess of the jeans does allow airflow up the pant leg, which helps. My biggest complaint is that the zipper is not long enough. I'm not trying to brag or consider myself exceptional, but getting the "equipment" out is a challenge. On top of that, certain areas rest of the bottom part of the zipper. Need to be careful, or you can get caught just enough to sting when you're closing everything back up. I've just learned to sag down the pants a bit before stepping up to the urinal.

Tim - July 22, 2016

(Muskegon, MI)

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Not the best fit

These jeans look great. They feel baggy- more than I was expecting. The waist was tight, and I ordered big. The armor moves around pretty easily and, if I were to go down, I'm not sure that the knee armor would actually protect my knees. They aren't terrible, but I would not purchase another pair at this price.

Matt - June 1, 2016

(Fort Wayne, IN)

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Gouged on shipping

They are good pants and fit well. No problem with the product. The problem I have is with the shipping. Living in Canada I don't qualify for free shipping. I'm fine with that. What I'm not fine with is the 30% ($87.81) brokerage fees that UPS charged me on top of the $29.99 I paid for "Standard International Shipping". UPS is a ripoff. Period. I know that and would not have ordered had Motorcycle-Superstore said they used UPS instead of just saying "Standard International Shipping". I do take my part in this, I should have checked to make sure it was going to be sent by USPS instead of UPS. But I still think Motorcycle-Superstore should be up front with their customers if they're going to use the thieves at UPS.

Trent Lalonde - May 18, 2016

(Saskatoon, SK)

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First pair ever

Comfortable, fashionable, and I ride with confidence knowing the quality is up to par with the description.

Jason - April 8, 2016

(Vacaville , CA)

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Goodd riding jeans

The knee pads sold me on this pair. The waist fit's true to size but I had to get about 3" hemmed off the legs. Not sure if they just run long but these are not a 30" inseam.

Jason - March 19, 2016

(Cornelius , NC)

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Good Value

The quality, fit & comfort are very good. My only issue is, in my opinion, for the price of this product, they should be made from "heavier" denim. This would provide greater protection. My regular Carhart jeans are heavier denim.

Joseph - September 30, 2015

(Point Pleasant, NJ)

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Like em so far

These run small. Ordered the 34 and had to send them back for the 36. I typically wear a 34. I really like the fit with the 36 though. Very comfy and the stretchy knee panels work really well. They do seem a bit light on the material though. Pretty thin denim. We'll see how they hold up over time. Hopefully I never have to test out the kevlar.

Jake - September 30, 2015

(ESTER, AK)

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Disappointed

I ordered these twice. First time the "34" waist wouldn't even come close to buttoning and I'm a 33 in jeans and khakis. Second time I got the waist to fit right but the crotch is sooo short the zipper is literally only 2" long and doesn't allow any room for um manly parts at all. The legs fit great and the stretchy parts are awesome. If they can build them with a normal sized rise and waist they will be great. I didn't like the metal button on the hip pocket- makes no sense.

Terry - August 11, 2015

(Florence, SC)

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Great Jeans

These jeans are amazing. Looks great and stylish, provide protection still being comfortable. In short, great investment and peace of mind.

RAHUL - July 13, 2015

(EDMONTON, AB)

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Jeans with some protection

I'm a tall guy, but not fat. So I had to find a pair of riding jeans that were long enough not to ride up to your shin when your riding but still fit a 34' waist. I had to try several brands before I landed on these. Fit great and for the money they can't be beat. Knee armor included. A modest degree of protection but better than wearing plain jeans.

Frank - June 9, 2015

(Cape May, NJ)

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These are the ones you want

I went over to their outlet store and tried them on. They fit perfectly so I bought two! I'm a 38-30 and it was a joy as so many never go lower than a 32 inseam. The Kevlar seat wraps halfway around the jeans and goes 3.5in from the top to just above the back of the knees. Also more on the knees and leather on the back of the pants cuffs to prevent fraying. The pockets are big. If I'm going to ride with jeans it's a no brainer. These are the ones.

Hooplahpro - July 28, 2014

(Jeffersonville, IN)

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Not for long rides.

These are short distance riding pants. The back pockets' double stitching will be sat on. After an hour you'll start to feel it. I rode 400 miles yesterday and a couple of hours after I got off the bike the pain went away. For short distance they're OK but that is not what I was after.

Ducati Bob - July 21, 2014

(Springfield, IL)

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S&S rage pants

Good stuff. Extra bit of confidence over denim for sure. Looking inside you can tell they will do the trick in an off. The removable knee armor is a nice touch, but for daily riding I leave it out. Just not very comfy to walk around in. Kevlar is under you where you need it. For hard rides, I use leather. Would suggest the slightly cheaper model without the armor. All in all, an A-

Jason - July 21, 2014

(Reno, NV)

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Finally some riding jeans i freaking like

Have owned for about 3 months. Purchased two other brands of riding jeans at same time for comparison and testing. I can clearly say these are the best for the following: fit using chart is on the money. I'm a 36/30, ordered 36/30 and couldn't be happier. They are snug on the waist to the point I almost don't need a belt but not too tight where I look like a male stripper. From the pockets down they are as baggy as most other riding jeans. People complain about riding jeans being baggy off the bike, but guess what, their primary duty is on the bike. Tight jeans with a straight cowboy boot cut would have you singing in a higher octave not to mention causing discomfort for the "boys" I think these are a perfect mix between fashion, safety and performance. Very nice Kevlar panels and knee panels which tend to be to high in my case. These are GREAT for the money.

me - June 19, 2014

(tampa, FL)

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Solid Riding Jeans

Overall, a nice pair of riding jeans. Look-wise, they pass as a normal pair of jeans, save for an elastic section above each knee (which turns out to be a good thing with the knee-pads). The fit is tight on the waist, but long/loose on the legs. I bought one size up on the waist and am fine. Though, if you're looking for slim-cut, riding jeans, these are not for you. Overall, the comfort level is very good. I work a 9-5 office job, and can sit all day, with the knee-pads in, and not be uncomfortable. This is where those elastic sections pay off, big. As far as the price goes, I felt they were a little pricey for what they are. That said, I'm still happy with the purchase.

Michael - May 14, 2014

(Groveland, MA)
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