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Hornee jeans? Icon Jeans? Where in Melbourne?

Discussion in 'Riding Gear and Bike Accessories/Parts' at netrider.net.au started by dazza139, Nov 1, 2007.

  1. I'm out to try a few different motorcycle jeans on. Draggins just don't fit me well.



    Hornee seem to have a big range on their website but when I check the shops there are only ever a couple of pairs and always in the wrong size too... Can anyone suggest where to go to see a big range of these? I Would also like to try some icon jeans if anyone knows who stocks them?


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  2. Have you had a look at the Yamaha dealer on Elizabeth St? I know they had some Hornee Jeans in stock just not sure if by definition is a big stock.
     
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  3. I've seen a fair range of icon gear at redwing honda - heidelberg and kawasaki - ringwood. again not sure if it can be considered a huge range.
     
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  4. I bought mine from Race replica kawasaki on geelong rd near footscray. They had a pretty big range...and netriders get a discount there. :grin:
     
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  5. Draggins do have a service where they can tailor their jeans to fit ( at an extra cost )
     
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  6. Thanks Guys for the suggestions. Tried on some Hornee's but they are bloody big sizings and couldn't find a 30 anywhere! In the end bought some Shift Lowdown jeans. Very good fit and very comfortable.
     
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  7. I just learnt this the hard way. Ordered a pair from MCAS, size 34 like every other pair I own...fcuked if I know who they were sizing up when they figured out their sizes.
     
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  8. Read the label of the Shift jeans. Mine were the older style and the kevlar lining consisted of 6% kevlar, 79% cotton and 15% polyester. Didn't hold up too well in the crash test either.
     
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