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Slide Test of our Single Layer Stretch Denim.

40% of this entire jean is made of UHMWPE which is:

  • 5 times stronger than Kevlar
  • 10 x More Durable
  • 40% Lighter


Up to 70% of riding a motorcycle is done in regular jeans. That is alarming when you consider that traditional denim will tear through and expose skin within the first meter of sliding on your average road surface. It’s not hard to see why, though. Protective gear has traditionally been uncomfortable and inconvenient, Kevlar or leather are often just not very practical. You only need to come off once though to realise that regular denim was never worth it!

Something could happen at any time and unfortunately often does. There is a genuine issue with many riders making this common but hazardous trade-off between comfort/practicality/style and safety.

There is finally a solution. Motorcycle pants so comfortable, you'll want to wear them all day. 

We design riding gear right here in Australia that looks and feels like regular casual wear. Technology has changed the game and we’ve sourced the latest and best materials from around the globe and developed a pair of comfortable stretch jeans that you can wear just as much off the bike as you will on it. 

We’ve literally designed the most comfortable, high performing riding jeans that money can buy. 

Don’t take our word for it, we even guarantee it or your money back. 

The line between protective gear and regular casual wear is no longer blurred. It is now gone completely.  No more trade offs between protection and comfort. No more wearing regular jeans and being at risk.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What's the difference between Camino Jeans and Kevlar jeans?

The main aim of Kevlar jeans is to achieve abrasion resistance. Camino motorcycle jeans are constructed with UHMWPE protective fibres woven into the denim fabric rather than adding an additional layer of abrasion resistance fabric as a lining to the regular denim. Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) is the highest performing fibre available in motorcycle wear. It’s both significantly lighter and stronger than Kevlar and is also more comfortable on the skin. The superior strength of the fibre means we require far less material to achieve high levels of abrasion resistance. This results in jeans that are not much thicker than regular denim but still offer proven protection.

What is the high performance fibre UHMWPE?

Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE) as a fibre is higher in strength and lower in weight compared with Kevlar. This allows a high level of abrasion resistance to be achieved with much less fibre, reducing the trade off between comfort, style and performance. Compared to Kevlar®, Ultra High Molecular Weight Polyethylene is 5 times more resistant to abrasion, 40% lighter and has 2.5 times greater tensile strength. It’s 15 times stronger than steel! The key aim of any of these high performance fibres is to achieve the highest strength at the lowest weight possible. UHMWPE is not only the clear leader in performance but it's also softer and more comfortable which is just as crucial in apparel applications like motorcycle gear.

How do the protective ratings like AA or AAA work?

Motorcycle gear is tested to a European standard and is made up of a range of different tests with the key element being abrasion resistance. There are a couple of standard tests used, namely Cambridge and Darmstadt. 

To put it really simply, they try to replicate road slide time in a lab. It's kind of like taking your electronic sander to your jeans and seeing how long it takes for a hole to appear, or more specifically; The Darmstadt method simulates the stress placed on motorcycle jeans worn by a rider weighing 75 kgs and with a height of 1.75m sliding at a range of speeds, on a concrete road surface until standstill.  In order for the test to pass, no holes with a 5mm or more diameter are to appear on the layer closest to the skin. 

Based on these tests, they apply ratings, from C all the way through to AAA. The A ratings are the 3 highest and the minimums recommended for riding  which is the highest. There is a huge amount of literature you can dive into but following the guide is the simplest reference point. 

  • A - Urban - Low speeds
  • AA- Touring and Commuting
  • AAA - Higher Speeds, track