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Worse for Wear’s Crosstown Curvy Jeans
By Deb Gasque
“There is nothing like slipping on your favorite pair of jeans. We feel comfortable, at ease and the world just seems right again. I’ve often wondered how possible it would be to enjoy a favorite pair of jeans that make you feel good and look good…but also fit within the standard of ATGATT. As I’ve researched the choices of women’s riding gear over the past few years, I always become extremely disappointed and just give up once I scan over the sizing charts. For years I’ve just settled with the idea that standard women’s riding gear is simply not made for my hourglass figure. I was blessed with a curvy “Iron Butt,” if you will, and a proportionately smaller waist.” – Deb Gasque, BMW Owners News
Deb Gasque (aka The Iron Butt Fashionista) writes for BMW Owners News, among other noteworthy publications. Her latest review of our Crosstown Curvy Jeans appears in the November 2016 issue of BMW ON. You can check out the entire review on her website, The Fashionista Has an Iron Butt.
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Worse for Wear Crosstown Jeans Review
By Loryn Thompson
“Do you wear riding jeans? Until a couple weeks ago, I didn’t, and I definitely wasn’t alone. A 2012 study of Oregon riders found that while 75% of their respondents wore protective jackets and boots, only 36% wore protective pants. The 2009 MAIDS study of nearly 1,000 crashes found that 60% of riders who crashed were only wearing denim — or worse, thin cotton.” – Loryn Thompson, Ridewell
Check out Loryn’s review of our Crosstown Slim Riding Jeans on her blog, Ridewell.
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The new Crosstown Slim riding jean receives a favorable review from Jenny Smith at Rider Magazine. You can read the entire review here, along with reviews of a variety of other riding jeans on the market.
Or just cut to the chase and check out The Rider Magazine review of our Crosstown Slim Jean, reprinted here. Don’t forget to read about all the other riding jean options in their original article. Continue reading Rider Magazine Reviews our Crosstown Slim Jean
Photo: Dara Thomas-Miller
“Little did I know that my opinion of motorcycle riding gear, specifically riding pants, would radically change when I attended the Mountain Moxie event in Little Switzerland, NC. The event was targeted toward female riders and had many informative speakers. One such speaker was Laura Smith, co-owner and designer of Worse For Wear, which produces ladies riding jeans. After her presentation, I was changed forever!” – Dara Thomas-Miller
Read the entire review by Dara Thomas-Miller on The Girl Riders Network: Worse For Wear Riding Jean Review