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REV'IT! Dean SF Pants

Comfort is an important feature no matter what you’re wearing so we added the Dean SF to our riding motorcycle trousers collection. We took all the characteristics of a normal chino (including a slim fit) and developed this into 100% motorcycle- ready pair of pants. Pants that you’ll enjoy wearing even if you don’t throw your leg over a bike.

  • Two back pockets on back
  • Two pockets on front
  • Safety seams
  • SEESMART™ CE-level 1 Hip Protectors
  • SEESMART™ RV36-L1-A on knee
  • Triple needle stitching
Outer shell material:
  • CORDURA® stretch twill

This garment uses CORDURA® stretch twill. CORDURA® is used thanks to its enhanced abrasion resistance and toughness over traditional cotton denim fabrics. The stretch twill component gives more freedom of movement and comfort both on and off the bike.

  • Reflection at turn up
  • This garment is certified according to the EN 17092 Standard, published in 2020 and has achieved AA rating.

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Sizing Information

We measured a sampling of these jeans of different waist sizes and lengths and find they are much like other jeans you’d buy these days. They are just a bit “vanity” sized in the waist and pretty true in the length. Across the size run, the actual measured waist was about 2” larger than the stated waist size (typical vanity sizing). So my primary advice would be to buy the waist size you normally wear in jeans; you’ll likely find a fit.

If you aren’t sure whether your jeans are vanity sized like I’m describing, then either measure your waist where your normal jeans ride or measure your favorite pair of jeans to verify. You’ll probably find that you measure out a bit bigger than your normal jeans size and also the waist of your favorite jeans measures out an inch or two bigger than their stated size. If so, you will be on track following my advice. The denim used in these pants has a bit of stretch to them, so if you are sometimes between sizes, I’d advise you to buy the smaller.

The inseam lengths measured out about right as compared to the stated size. These are slim fit jean and a standard feature here is that REVIT adds a strip of reflective piping on the inside seam of the jeans with the idea that you’ll roll up the ends and the reflective strip will show. If you like the look of rolling up the ends of the jeans, then buy one size longer than you normally would.

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Our Two Cents

The REV’IT! Dean SF Pants are part of the new pant collection for 2022. REV’IT! has revamped their pant line-up with several new options in a variety of garment ratings and fits so you can get the one that best suits your needs.

The REV’IT! Dean SF Pants are Slim Fit (SF) so the overall cut is very trim throughout. At the cuff the opening is about 7 inches across, so 14 inches in circumference. REV’IT! has chosen their ultra-thin and flexible SeeSmart™ armor for the hips and knees so you’ll have great protection with maximum comfort. The front of the pants has a mesh comfort lining down to just below the knee.

The Dean SF Pants are AA rated which is the second highest rating you can achieve in a motorcycle garment. You can read up on armor and garment ratings here but a AA rating on a lightweight textile pant is pretty impressive stuff. These pants have the appearance of a regular pair of chinos. The cuff does have a small reflective strip if you flip it up so you are more visible at nighttime.

These pants will be at home on the bike or at a 9-5 and they will protect you well while pulling off the look. The REV’IT! Dean SF pants are a great option for the urban commuter that wants some style to go with their substance. :: Mike, 05/26/2022

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