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The Original Rokker motorcycle jeans are a high-quality motorcycle jean from the Swiss manufacturer. Made from high-quality denim and Scholler Dynatec material so they are non-abrasive, water repellent and wind resistant. The Rokker Original jeans are a comfort fit jean with pockets for hip and knee D3O armour (available separately). Fantastic quality and nice details like the custom stitching on the back pocket and beautifully packaged in a wooden box.

£269.00

Rokker Original Jeans - Stonewash Blue

Rokker Original Jeans - Stonewash Blue

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Product Description Sku: ROKKO

The Original Rokker motorcycle jeans are a high-quality motorcycle jean from the Swiss manufacturer. Made from high-quality denim and Scholler Dynatec material so they are non-abrasive, water repellent and wind resistant. The Rokker Original jeans are a comfort fit jean with pockets for hip and knee D3O armour (available separately). Fantastic quality and nice details like the custom stitching on the back pocket and beautifully packaged in a wooden box.

  • Outer made from fine stonewash 100% cotton denim
  • Inner made from Schoeller Dynatec high tensile durable material (wind resistant and water repellent)
  • Straight leg comfort fit
  • Button Fly
  • Constructed without rivets to protect your bike
  • Pockets for knee and hip D3O impact armour (available separately)
  • Easy care (wash at 40%, ironing after washing increases water repellency)
  • Comes in a wooden box with t shirt
  • Gender Men

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