Indian Motorcycle Teamed Up With Rokker Denim For A Line A High Quality Jeans. Only Sold In The EMEA Region.

At the Bike Shed London show, Indian Motorcycle and The Indian Rokker Company unveiled the Original Rokker Indian Jeans featuring an Indian branded leather patch on the rear and pocket tab. These have been exclusively designed for Indian and will only available in Indian dealers from the end of June 2017 and come in a collectable wooden box (note that they will only be on sale in the EMEA region, not in North America).

The two founders of The Rokker Company, Kai Glatt and Michael Kuratli, say they chose Indian because there isn’t any other brand in the motorcycle industry that has the tradition and image that matches so well. The inner lining of the Original Rokker Indian Jeans is made of schoeller®-dynatec and guarantees protection from abrasion and heat up to 100 km/h. Having this protective fabric on the inside of the jeans makes it possible fro Rokker to create a fashionable style on the outside so that the cut and wash are a match for other leading denim brands out there.

In the case of the Original Rokker Indian Jeans, bikers can choose between a raw and a washed version. The raw version comes with a zipper fly as opposed to the button fly used in the washed version (stonewashed). The raw version comes with a zipper fly as opposed to the button fly used in the washed version (stonewashed).The jeans are breathable (so there’s no sweating even in high temperatures), wind resistant (prevents the rider from getting wind chill), water repellent (so rain beads on the fabric and runs off) and easy to clean (washable at 40°C and ironing after the wash increases the water repellence). The jeans come in an Indian/Rokker branded wooden box (collectable).

8 Responses to “Indian Motorcycle Teamed Up With Rokker Denim For A Line A High Quality Jeans. Only Sold In The EMEA Region.”

  1. 1 Mdkuder May 31st, 2017 at 12:27 pm

    Thanks anyway my Levi’s are expensive enough!

  2. 2 mike switzer May 31st, 2017 at 9:52 pm

    In 1997 Harley had a jacket for the Heritage Springer that only could be purchased by owners of the bike. You had to order from the dealer and use your VIN

  3. 3 Hazy Jun 1st, 2017 at 9:52 am

    $400 for a pair of jeans? Really?

  4. 4 Roberto Jun 1st, 2017 at 2:45 pm


  5. 5 rebel Jun 1st, 2017 at 4:44 pm

    that heritage springer story, interesting tidbit, never heard of that

  6. 6 ozzie21 Jun 1st, 2017 at 11:27 pm

    Hmmmmm….$400 for 1 pair of jeans. Collectable wooden box? Or I could get around 25-30 pairs of my favorite jeans at Costco for the same price. I won’t wear out 25-30 pair of jeans for as long as I live. What to do what to do…decisions decisions……
    Seriously…. OK they are supposed to have some protective value but if I’m gonna pay $400 for a pair of protective pants/jeans they’re gonna look like they are worth $400….

  7. 7 mike switzer Jun 3rd, 2017 at 7:46 am

    I found one of the Harley Springer jackets at Pawn America for $150. Grabbed it, after I paid for it I told the clerk the story. It fit perfect but I didn’t need another jacket sold it on e-bay for $525. It came from the period when HD put a metal plaque on the back of their jackets-similar to a gas tank emblem. You had to be careful putting the jacket down or tying it to the bike was useful if someone was stabbing you in the back

  8. 8 Coffeebeans Jun 5th, 2017 at 9:00 am

    Indian would do well to contract with an American-made jean company for this market.

    Diamond Gusset makes great motorcycle jeans, is totally made in the USA, and would be a perfect fit, no pun intended.

    If corporate has their little bean counting hearts set on partnering with an ‘upscale designer jean’, then True Religion is also made in the USA. And are ridiculous godawful expensive.
    Gotta admit though, they make the ol’ lady’s butt look great, so there’s that, I guess…

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