Jeans Maple 2 Ladies SK
Timeless style, female-specific, Skinny Fit riding denim to match your urban rides.
Class A certifiedAccording to the EN 17092-4:2020 standard
- Safety seams
- Single layer female specific riding jeans
- Ultra thin knee protection included
SEESMART™ CE-level 1 protection
SEESMART™ protectors are a unique and protective safety element that can be found in our garments.
3M™ Scotchlite™ reflective material
3M™ Scotchlite™ reflective materials use a technology known as retro reflection.
Designed to help hard-working jeans last longer than traditional 100% cotton denim.
Because of the amazing stretch properties, these female-specific fit jeans provide the flexibility and comfort to go on longer rides, yet also provide the look you’re after when off the bike. And to keep you protected and looking good, we were able to maintain a sleek and slender silhouette by incorporating our ultra-thin and flexible knee protectors with two height adjustable pockets.
Go ahead and ride. Your style will join you along with the Maple 2 Ladies SK motorcycle jeans.
PocketsTwo back pockets on back
Two pockets on front
ProtectionPrepared for SEESMART RV33 CE-level 1 Insert Hip Protectors
The stitching in motorcycle garments contributes greatly to the abrasion resistance of the total gear. This is why REV'IT! uses safety seams on garment areas at increased risk of impact. Safety seams have a visible as well as an invisible seam. This construction keeps the material of the outer shell together, even when the visible seam is thorn.
SEESMART CE-level 1 Knee Protectors
The SEESMART CE-level 1 RV36 knee protector is our ultra-thin and comfortable armor found at the knees of a garment.
Triple needle stitching
Outer shell material13 oz. CORDURA® DENIM
This garment uses a 13 oz. weight of CORDURA® DENIM. CORDURA® DENIM is used thanks to its enhanced abrasion resistance and toughness over traditional cotton denim fabrics. Helping to keep riders safer on the road.
VisibilityReflection at turn up
This product has reflection at the turn up of the hem to help riders who are on the road be seen in low light, inclement weather, and at night.