ARMR Moto M799 Ace Jean

£99.99 // Tested by: Mau Spencer // www.tri-mo­tive.com

Motorcycle Sport & Leisure - - Tried & Tested -

New from ARMR Moto are these M799 Ace pro­tec­tive rid­ing jeans. Made from a mix­ture of 380 grams Denim and 280 grams DuPont Wo­ven Aramid ma­te­rial, they come with quite a good spec.

And talk­ing of spec, they come with a fea­ture not of­ten found in rid­ing jeans – height ad­justable knee pro­tec­tor pock­ets; these proved es­pe­cially use­ful in my case be­cause when I ini­tially put the jeans on, the knee pro­tec­tors (which are in­cluded in the prices) hun a bit be­low my knees – one quick ad­just­ment later and they fit­ted per­fectly. An­other use­ful fea­ture is the elas­ti­cated stretch pan­els that are fit­ted to the legs and waist, al­low­ing that lit­tle bit of ex­tra fit­ting flex­i­bil­ity for the in­di­vid­ual.

Pro­tec­tion-wise, all the hip and knee ar­mour is CE cer­ti­fied with the safety as­pect backed-up by the fit­ting of Aramid pan­els to the seat, hip and knee ar­eas. It also comes with sev­eral stor­age pock­ets (two at the front, two to the rear, plus a place to keep your coins). In use, the jeans are ex­tremely com­fort­able to wear (aided of course by their ‘stretch­a­bil­ity’ prop­er­ties); they also pro­vide a rea­son­able amount of wind chill pro­tec­tion. I like them – I like them a lot.

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