We don't accept the norm. We rebel against it. Striving for more.... More protection. More freedom. More attitude. For over 20 years, our mission has been clear. Our cause is your skin. And you deserve the best...

This week the verdict from RIDE Magazine from the UK is Draggin Rebel are the Best with their "total protection and good feel on the bike" said RIDE Magazine UK. Draggin was 1 of 12 motorcycle jeans to undergo the product test. Draggin Founder, Grant Mackintosh, was thrilled to receive the results as it holds true everything Draggin stands for and his choices to include only the world's best ingredients in Draggin's RooMoto lining. Grant also added that RIDE Magazine is a big deal and the testing they've conducted will help riders to make informed decisions when choosing protective jeans.

Here is what RIDE Magazine UK had to say about Draggin Rebel receiving the highly coveted "Best Buy":

"Thanks to their complete protection and all-around performance on the bike, the Draggin Rebels get a well-deserved BEST BUY Triangle." said RIDE Magazine UK. After an intensive 2–phase testing schedule, which pitted us against the likes of Dainese, Bull-It and Alpinestars.

We can't say we're surprised by the results...

How Rebel Feel
"The addition of the Elastane in the cotton denim weave means the Draggin’s have a degree of stretch to them, which made them very comfortable on the bike and it was easy to move around. It also keeps the armour close to the body so there’s less tendency for it to move around." said RIDE Magazine UK

How Rebel Was Put To The Test.
A 2-phase testing program was carried out by RIDE UK, with editor Matt Wildee using Rebel for his daily commute on back roads, motorways, in traffic and on the open road, testing comfort, fit and confidence in all conditions. Then, the RIDE UK team conducted their own abrasion tests using bags of gravel to simulate the weight of a rider being dragged along the road at 50km/h.

Draggin gets FULL MARKS - 10/10
"The testing method revealed that Draggin’s lining worked well, covering the full interior down to the knee while there were holes in the outer denim, none were through the lining, so no skin would have been exposed to the road. Full Marks." said RIDE Magazine UK