The Draggin Liners proved to be comfortable and convenient.

But actually, the Draggin Liners aren't really that bad.

Bohn Bodyguard Adventure Armored Pants - Medium

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  • "I disagree with the reviewer's conclusion, with respect to the Draggin Jeans Liners. I bought these two months ago and am very disappointed in the product, especially considering their purchase price.

    Firstly the extra cost SAS-Tech armor does not stay attached to the liners with the Velcro provided. My jeans offer enough compression over top of the liners to hold the hip pads in place but the knee pads simply flop off.

    My second issue is I'm not sure how much abrasion protection these actually provide. The abrasion of just washing and drying these a few times is causing the Kevlar weave to break down and fray. Also from what I have since read this kind of loose weave Kevlar offers questionable abrasion protection.

    Given the high cost of these liners I feel a good quality pair of over pants would be a much better investment."

    "I loved the idea of the Draggin Jeans Liner. It would be something protective to wear under my OWN jeans, that would be comfortable to wear in high heat (the only times I would be wearing jeans on my bike).

  • "I disagree with the reviewer's conclusion, with respect to the Draggin Jeans Liners. I bought these two months ago and am very disappointed in the product, especially considering their purchase price.

    Firstly the extra cost SAS-Tech armor does not stay attached to the liners with the Velcro provided. My jeans offer enough compression over top of the liners to hold the hip pads in place but the knee pads simply flop off.

    My second issue is I'm not sure how much abrasion protection these actually provide. The abrasion of just washing and drying these a few times is causing the Kevlar weave to break down and fray. Also from what I have since read this kind of loose weave Kevlar offers questionable abrasion protection.

    Given the high cost of these liners I feel a good quality pair of over pants would be a much better investment."

    "I loved the idea of the Draggin Jeans Liner. It would be something protective to wear under my OWN jeans, that would be comfortable to wear in high heat (the only times I would be wearing jeans on my bike).

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    "I have the Draggin Liners and shirt. I wear them under Olympia mesh riding gear and in that configuration see them as a lower cost alternative than the Motorport Kevlar riding gear.

    I'm saving for that but in the meantime Draggin liners offer an additional level of protection. That's worth the price to me."

The fit of my Draggin Liners in size medium is perfect for me.

My Draggin Liners have held up very well in the 600 miles or so I've ridden in them and they still appear new other than a slight color change caused by washing. The color change is to be expected, according to the manufacturer.