“The Robby Arm jeans appear to be the real deal. A pair of protective riding jeans that offer real abrasion resistance and provision for impact protection. At the same time they are comfortable enough to wear everyday whether you’re riding or not.”
“To my surprise, the 13-ounce denim is one of the softest pair of riding jeans (or any jeans) I’ve ever tried on. The material is supple and nothing like the selvage-style denim I envisioned after reading the product description. I personally enjoy breaking in a new pair of jeans, but the process can include months of uncomfortable riding. Right out of the box, Robby’s super-stretch denim was pliant and soft to the touch, which typically requires months or years of washing with selvage denim.”
Really good quality, comfy. A bit sad that dont have smaller sizes, need to fix it 🙂 but just like i sayd, quality really nice and looks beautiful 🙂
The jean fit perfect with my size. The skin contact with the jean is very pleasant. Happy with my purchase !
The best MC Jeans I have tried. And perhaps the second best fitting, with only the much less substantial feeeling, and not CE rated, Kushitanis fitting better. The waist on the Pandos is still wide compared to the lower part of the thighs, at least if you have ever performed a single pedal stroke on a bicycle. Making a solid belt an absolute must to avoid the tighter knee area persistently pulling the waist down. The tight knee area may be necessary to keep the armor from shifting in a crash. If so, I suppose there’s not much which can be done. I’d still prefer a tighter waistband, in particular in jeans which are rather elastic. As it is, they hang from the belt like rags from a clothesline. And I’m no waif anymore, if I ever was one.
But these are better than most. Ditto the armor. The choice of two different height pockets for the knee armor, is a big plus. Fits many more people that way, than the ones with only a fixed pocket. The hip armor, even with the rather small pads typical of jeans, stay on the hips, whether seated or standing. Which make me a lot more confident they will also stay there if tumbling.