Harley-Davidson Launches New Moto-Friendly Denim Jeans For Men

11H-D-Men's-Modern-Straight-Jeans-Dark-Indiglo-v22H-D-Men's-Modern-Straight-Jeans-backDenim Jeans. Summertime Blues. Rivet-less pockets to prevent unwanted scuffs on your bike seat. Longer belt loops fto accommodate wider belts. V-shaped center back loop to prevent belts from creeping above the waistband. That’s why Harley that its jeans are moto-friendly.

So, dress for the destination and the journey this summer with new denim styles from Harley-Davidson MotorClothes®. The expanded line of men’s denim now offers two new styles in a variety of washes, waist size and inseam. Highlights include a slimmer fit, darker washes and features developed specifically to address the rigors of riding.

1- The new men’s Modern Straight Jeans (P/N 99003-15VM, $60) are constructed from 13.2-oz., 100 percent cotton denim in the classic five-pocket style. Moto-friendly features include new rivetless pockets that prevent unwanted scuffs to motorcycle seats, while new back pockets are more durable and less likely to tear., and the he left-side coin pocket adds riding convenience with left-hand accessibility. The Modern Straight cut offers straight legs, a slight taper to the ankle and a fit that sits just below the natural waist. Available at most H-D dealerships and at www.h-d.com/store in Light or Dark Indigo with slight distressing, in waist sizes 32-40 in. with 30, 32 or 34-in. inseams.

3H-D-Men's-Slim-Straight-Denim-Jeans-front4H-D-Men's-Slim-Straight-Denim-Jeans-back2- The new men’s Slim Straight Denim Jeans (P/N 99027-15VM, $60) from the Black Label line, offer 54 percent percent cotton/46 percent polyester 12.75 oz. premium denim construction. Cut slim through the seat and thighs, with a straight leg and a slightly lower rise to the waist, these jeans match modern style with a five-pocket pant. The rivetless pocket design means no unwanted impacts to motorcycle seats, while a left-side coin pocket is a nod to their motorcycle heritage. They are available at most H-D dealerships and at online at Harley Store in waist sizes 30-38 in. with 30 and 34-in. inseams.

17 Responses to “Harley-Davidson Launches New Moto-Friendly Denim Jeans For Men”

  1. 1 Kirk Perry Aug 15th, 2014 at 8:29 am

    Most assuredly, without a minimum of (8) belt loops …. no way will the waist not drop.
    One criss-cross set of loops at the back, and a couple more on the sides aren’t going to do the job….. not if your carrying anything in your pockets or a sheathed Buck knife.

    I wish you’d have called me before you cut into a stack of denim. Darn!

  2. 2 Kirk Perry Aug 15th, 2014 at 10:37 am

    Send me a pair of 33W x 34L of P/N 99003-15VM and I’ll wear test them in “real time” and let you know what to fix.
    We’ll add the needed belt loops and send them back to you.
    Why would H-D release a flawed product with their name on it? A serious disconnect exist between their motorcycles and whoever is designing their clothing FOR motorcycling.
    I only count four belt loops. Half-of what should be there.
    Hey! I’ve been an H-D shareholder since 1983. What are you doing over there at “Black Label”?

  3. 3 Boomer Aug 15th, 2014 at 10:39 am

    $60? Actually not a bad price for something with a legal HD logo on it. The pairs for $345 and $295 had me wonder what made them so special to warrant such a premium price.

  4. 4 poppavein Aug 15th, 2014 at 11:54 am

    No Kevlar? Hmmm.

  5. 5 Kirk Perry Aug 15th, 2014 at 12:07 pm

    And another thing. Due to a poor 5-yr. cotton yield worldwide, designers are turning to a “tailored fit” in shirts, meaning they are using less fabric and selling the shirt for the same price. The result is smaller chest-pockets and fewer of them (one instead of two).
    There’s a math problem. The front pocket needs to be 6″ deep, because the standard coiled pocket tablet is 5-1/4″ tall. There needs to be two pockets and a button at top center to hold the tablet in the pocket, when an engineer (locomotive or civil) leans over to inspect hardware. And they can’t make notes without a pen, so put that pen-slot back on the left pocket and charge more for the shirts. I’d rather pay up front for rugged cotton that I can beat into submission, because it’s made the way I want it made. For utility. 🙁
    The standard ball-point pen is 5-1/2″ long. Go ahead an measure the one on your desk.
    So stop shrinking our manly needs and forcing working-people into carrying around 4″, Marv Petite™ twist-pens and note pads that have no seat belt.

  6. 6 USAYGO Aug 15th, 2014 at 12:20 pm

    How many guess’s do we get to see where they are made??????

  7. 7 Mr Dick Aug 15th, 2014 at 12:29 pm

    $11.00 Rustlers from w-mart seem to be fine by me.

  8. 8 mkv Aug 15th, 2014 at 1:17 pm

    Should have made Kevlar Lined jeans.

  9. 9 Kirk Perry Aug 15th, 2014 at 3:15 pm

    “No Kevlar? Hmmm”
    “46 percent polyester” – as good.

  10. 10 richard Aug 15th, 2014 at 7:02 pm

    I’m a Harley guy…but….Why do people (some young and some older) think/buy clothes that look worn out, wrinkled, and dirty? I don’t get it!

  11. 11 Heavy Metal Aug 15th, 2014 at 9:16 pm

    I buy new reasonably priced jeans and create the distressed look by wearing them.

  12. 12 Jusmecuz Aug 16th, 2014 at 9:34 am

    You can’t go wrong with Dickies heavy denim work jeans and a Wrangler denim “pearl snap” shirt.. I don’t know about moto-friendly or what that means, but it sure works for me.

  13. 13 Rob Aug 16th, 2014 at 12:45 pm

    I’m surprised they haven’t ripped off DG’s gusset design. After all, the MoCo always ‘uses’ the best!

  14. 14 Kirk Perry Aug 17th, 2014 at 12:27 pm

    About Wrangler’s New MSWO Wrangler Primo Performo Work Shirt, from their own sites big and tall review:

    “Do not buy this shirt!
    November 13, 2013
    Anonymous Reviewer
    Large Runs Extremely Large
    The length will shrink 4 inches in half a dozen washings. DO NOT BUY THIS SHIRT!!

  15. 15 Sharrack Aug 17th, 2014 at 7:47 pm

    Walmart sells wrangler premium distressed jeans in straight cut for 18.00….. Love ’em
    I’ll pass on this round of kool aid.

  16. 16 hdflattrack Aug 18th, 2014 at 7:59 am

    If I had legs like a parakeet I may be in the market for a pair. Ill continue to shop in the mens section.

  17. 17 Blackmax Aug 18th, 2014 at 6:49 pm

    $60 jeans ???
    When Wranglers & basic Levi’s are around
    Thanks but No Thanks !!!!!
    God only knows where they are made !!!!

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