Saint Unbreakable Moto Stretch Denim

Aug 21, 2017

Category: Style

Levi Straus’ jeans were popular during the Gold Rush because they were tough. They could stand up to the rigors of mining in ways that no other pair of pants at the time could. Now, well over 100 years later, denim jeans are still a go-to pick for hard-wearing protection. This isn’t because old Levi’s design was just that good – it’s because of innovative brands like Saint Unbreakable. Just take their newest Stretch Denim for example.

These tough jeans are made with 52% Dyneema, 46% cotton, and 2% elastane. That means along with being able to withstand slides on the pavement for up to 4 seconds, they also offer up a 180-degree stretch that allows for almost total freedom of movement. More than just being capable motorcycle gear, these jeans look great. They have a uniquely dark blue look to them that comes as a result of 14 bath dying process. Afterwards, they’re hand-washed to give them that one of a kind style. When added up, all of these individual touches make for what might be one of the most dynamic pair of pants to hit the asphalt.

Purchase: $400

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