Rapha Jeans

Rapha Jeans

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It’s been a long time since we felt comfortable spending over $200 on a pair of jeans. Even the trend setting bloggers on the Internet have taken a step back when it comes to ridiculously overpriced denim in favor of companies like Levis that have introduced new cuts to their iconic jeans that you can slip into and roll up for less than $100. Those jeans are great – unless you’re riding your bike. Rapha has developed denim designed specifically for riders that we would actually have no problem spending over $200 on. What’s worth $200 you ask? It’s made of a nylon, cotton and elastane blend which means the crotch won’t blow out and it’s easy to ride in. Offset inseams prevent chafing. High-backed waist and a lower cut front with comfortable belt loop positions. Redesigned pockets for security and comfort. Best of all, no need for reflective tape because it’s built into the inside seams. All you have to do is roll.

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