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03-12-2007 12:50 PM
ruger thanks you all, for the info. it really does help.
03-11-2007 07:27 AM
MikeS I've had 3 pairs of Draggin Jeans, their Draggin Jacket, and 2 of their Draggin shirts. My biggest complaint with the jeans & jacket are that they're not made of stretch material, so when I grew in size I had to give them away! Seriously Their jeans are great, as are their jackets, and shirts. To stop confusion, there are 2 companies that make Draggin Jeans, one is in Australia, the other is in North Carolina, the Fast Company. I believe that the Fast Company was the original, then they licensed the name/product to the Australian company, but I'm not 100% sure, it might be the other way around. All the products I've had were from the American company, but I've seen a pair of the Australian jeans, and they look good too, but a bit more expensive (here in the US that is). I should also state that I'm only a happy customer of the Fast Company, and have no other attachment to them.

-MikeS
03-10-2007 12:47 AM
OzKaw Draggin jeans are pretty popular here in Aus, as they're an Aussie product I think. I haven't tried them myself, as I reckon that they're a bit overpriced, but a lot of my friends swear by them.

I bought these Kevlar lined jeans for less than half the price, although the quality of the Kevlar inserts doesn't seem as high as the 'Draggins'.
03-09-2007 08:27 PM
Rookie try www.cruisercustomizing.com

I ordered a pair but they are on backorder so I can't comment on the effectiveness and comfort. You might also try a google search for draggin jeans.
03-08-2007 09:46 PM
ruger
cover your butt-"draggin' jeans"?

does anyone have or use any "draggin' jeans" products?
where could i find these products for a good price?
how do they fit/feel?

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