You love riding in jeans. But riding without armor is crazy. Which is why our armored motorcycle pants are made to be worn under your favorite jeans. Lightweight, flexible, and non-restrictive to provide cool, breathable protection for your knees, shins, tailbone, hips and thighs, our armored pants are so comfortable you just might forget you’re even wearing them.
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Every pair of our armored motorcycle pants features nine armored protection points over your most vulnerable body parts. The snug design of the fabric shell holds the armor in place and fits comfortably under your favorite jeans.
Bohn Body Armor pants have been the best selling armored pants in the USA for over 20 years.
We’re continually making improvements, researching the latest in armor technology, fabric and construction, and listening to our customers to make sure we keep giving you what you want for every ride.
“My jeans were destroyed. The doctor at the emergency room was amazed that my legs had no rash.”
“Within one month of buying the armored pants I had a seizure while riding at 55 mph and woke up in the ditch with paramedics cutting my clothes off. I had a sprained thumb and dislocated ankle and lots of scrapes, but absolutely no injuries in the areas protected by the armor.”
“Just received my Bohn Armor Pants in mail yesterday. I got the All-Season Adventure pants. Not too thick, not too thin. Tried them on with a few pairs of my favorite riding jeans. And they fit well. Barely noticeable… even in tight flex/stretch jeans. Very nice. Inserted the thigh protector pads and tried jeans on again. Still, barely noticeable.”
As I was laying on my hands and knees on Hwy 85 I thought I had a broken leg and ribs. Upshot? The doctors and nurses in the ER were just amazed. No broken bones, no road rash. I did feel like someone had beaten me with a baseball bat. But, I walked out of the ER!
I recently tested the lower leg (knee and shin) guards when I encountered a live alligator crossing the middle of the road. I swerved right to avoid the head and as he flipped around his tail caught me in the lower left leg. Fortunately, I stayed on the bike and was able to ride it out.”