Our trousers are all produced with the same principle. An abrasion resistant fibre is taken and the final fabric is wrapped around it. You only see the final fabric and the fibre is chosen to match the final fabric. You can see what kind of fibers we use down here.
Polyethylene can be regarded as the plastic with the simplest structure: a chain of carbon atoms with only hydrogen on the sides. If this chain is very long, the material is called UMHWPE (ultra high molecular weight polyethylene). One layer of fabric, coupled with a lot of stretch and to be worn like normal everyday trousers!
Polyarylate has a very high melting point, which means that it takes a long time until it begins to rub through heat or abrasion. In addition, polyarylate transfers very little heat. We always use this fibre in combination with a lot of stretch to make it even more comfortable to wear.
Aromatic polyamide (aramid) was discovered by DuPont in 1965 and developed to market maturity under the name Kevlar®. Aramid fibres have a high specific (weight-related) strength, low density, high impact strength, good heat resistance and dimensional stability, good vibration damping and a high work absorption capacity.
Our Riding Pants are completely made of abrasion resistant material and they are officially CE-approved according to the new standard (prEN 17092) and are abrasion resistant up to 70km/h.
All pants only have one layer. So the abrasion resistant fibre is inside the fabric and you can't see it from the outside and it feels like a casual pant.
All pants have the thinnest layer of fabric to make the pants fit for any riding style. We use a lot of stretch and that is why they can be used for all kinds of moving sports.
Short legs? No problem. With our pants, you can adjust the knee protectors for height. In an emergency, the position is very important.