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I own one pair of Worse for Wear Curvy jeans and I love them! They are comfortable and fit like a glove and are seriously flattering. I was hesitant to spend that much on a pair of jeans as I'm really frugal. But I had several friends who owned a pair and they looked awesome on them and I like the idea that they can protect your skin God forbid something should ever happen, so I thought that alone could be worth it. Besides, I could spend that much in other protective gear, why not jeans?

When I went in to get fitted, because these things are made for you as an individual and not a mass-produced jean that puckers in the back when you sit, everything I wanted in a jean was taken into consideration, from the taper at the end of the leg to the length of the leg, through the thighs. Still, I was skeptical.

Fast forward a couple of weeks, I get my jeans and I am instantly in love. The fit is perfect, the comfort is perfect, and I can wear them to work when we are able to wear jeans (I'm in corporate America) and not have to change and—I feel good in them. They are my go-to jean now and I can not believe that I stood in my own way for so long procrastinating the purchase of these jeans. Best money I've spent in a long time.

Kim
Amelia, VA
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
I have the curvy fit jeans and love them! Not only has Laura created a jean with true abrasion and impact resistant materials and construction, but she has also ensured they are actually wearable and well-fitting!

Liz
Philadelphia, PA
Tuesday, May 30, 2017
These jeans are amazing and the customer service is outstanding. They are absolutely worth the money, not only for the extra protection, but for the comfort as well! Laura Smith, the owner, personally did my measurements.

Similar to Bethany (the lady in the article), I chose the Slim fit version of the Crosstown Jean. I am also 5 feet 8 inches and normally wear a 30 or 31 pant, but went with a size 34 based on my measurements and trying on a couple pairs at the store location in Richmond, VA. I ended up losing some weight, so Kim at Worse for Wear altered the inseam to 33 inches, so they fit perfectly on my body. I couldn't agree more with Bethany, I absolutely love where the waist of the jeans hit on me and there is no worry about showing any crack.

Now that I have these jeans, I don't think twice about what to wear when riding—they will always be my go-to gear. I'm looking forward to buying a pair in black as well and I can't wait to get a vest too.

Jamie
Richmond, VA
Monday, May 29, 2017
As the owner of two pairs of WFW jeans, I can say these are totally worth it. Protective gear doesn't work unless you wear it, and first and foremost these are a pair of super high tech protective gear. You are going to pay for that next level technology (again, totally worth it), disguised as the most comfortable and stylish jeans that you own.

I was reluctant to get motorcycle pants. My excuse was they always make women look like they are wearing a potato sack for pants, or even worse, were just heavy denim sold as gear. Not too flattering, especially if you have somewhere to be once you get to your destination or if some unscheduled dismount happens.

I can wear these to my corporate job and no one is the wiser that these are not jeans until I knock on the hip pads. I use jeans as a misnomer because this fabric is made from solid Kevlar threads hidden behind a denim wrapping... there is not one inch of your bottom half not protected. Throw in a smudge of spandex to the weave, and they are the most comfortable pair of "jeans" that I own.

I just got done riding Illinois Route 66 on a Harley-Davidson rental, and had to immediately jump onto a flight home. These pants are that comfortable—I can spend hours sitting in a plane without a second thought. I routinely do this on plane flights to places I am going to ride. They are just that amazing.

Think of the price you would pay for custom made-to-order high fashion jeans, and then for gear that will save your butt (and other parts) in a fall, and the cost is more value than you initially think. Gear you not don't wear, but want to wear.


Beth
Richmond, VA
Friday, May 26, 2017
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