Kevlar® Jeans for beginners

Kevlar® Jeans for beginners
Why Kevlar®, which type of Kevlar®, which Kevlar® thread, which construction with Kevlar®…
Riders do not want to look like old riders anymore. Most of the riders are using their bikes in the city. Morover, thanks to Kevlar®, results show that our jeans are much stronger than regular motorbike pants so, what’s the point of wearing hard, uncomfortable and multi layer pants that cannot be washed as much as we need…
“Kevlar® is a DuPont registered trademark” We have to use this sentence anywhere we talk about Kevlar®. However, using Kevlar® in jeans is not enough. First, we need suitable Kevlar® yarn for certain purposes. Kevlar® has many different applications such as worker gloves, military helmets, bulletproof vest, etc. In addition to that, pre-production is very critical. Based on our researches and laboratory abrasion tests, we found out that using more Kevlar® for any production does not bring better abrasion results. It has to be in the correct amount also.
1- Kevlar panels: most companies in the market are
producing this kind of Kevlar® jeans. On this model, Kevlar® is used only on the impact areas at the inside of the jeans – which is safe. On this production, Kevlar® is used at knees, outside and bottom part of the jeans which are also called as “contact zones” in terms of accidents.
2- Complete Kevlar® on complete front and back side.  Kevlar® Jeans produced by this way have a bit higher production cost because of using more Kevlar®. Outer Jean fabric has a second Kevlar® layer.
3- Kevlar® threads inside of denim. Denim has two different threads; the one we see from outside and the second which is at the back side. Kevlar® or Kevlar®-mix thread can be used at the back side of denim. Our tests show thatabrasion result of this production is much lower than the other production. We are still working on these productions.
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Kevlar® is a DuPont registered trademark.