Bull-it Heritage 17 Easy fit jeans

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Bull-it Heritage 17 Easy fit jeans

Post by manxie49 » Sat Jun 08, 2019 11:34 am

Recently purchased a pair of the above jeans from SBS, good deal, over £40 off. The fit is excellent and true to size, they appear to be well made but aren't heavy, making them comfortable to walk around in, they are waterproof, to a degree, got caught in a heavy shower this TT and by the time I got home, about a 25 minute ride, I was starting to get a wet crotch, they don't come with hip or knee armour, this has to be purchased separately, I purchased the resurgence D30 armour which fits perfectly into the net pockets, D30 is also very comfortable as it softens once it gets warm. Would I recommend these jeans? Absolutely yes, I'm in the process of ordering another pair, great if all you're doing is trucking around and only doing minimal distance.

Triple-stitched denim construction
Covec SP120 Lite liner for abrasion resistance
Lower thermal conductivity reduces the chances of friction burns
High performance cut and abrasion resistance
Hip and knee armour pockets for optional protectors
Traditional five pocket denim design
Flat Bull-it logo rivets and buttons for the front and YKK zips
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