Est. 2012

Men's Biker Jeans

The modern skinny jeans were originally a part of biker gear before it branched out to its own subcategory. With baggy and regular fit jeans, wearing knee pads and gussets while riding a bike is very difficult, which is how leather and denim jeans with integrated protective gear in the knee and hip sections came into being. Biker jeans have a lot of patches which might seem like a fashion fad to the casual observer, but those patches and tears exist to make straddling on a bike easier. Amusingly enough, it was a French designer named Pierre Balmain who first brought jeans into mainstream fashions by making a few modifications to the materials and functionality. The ‘Balmain’ jeans as they are popularly known now made bikers pants more lightweight and stylish by redesigning the gussets and patches with zippers and pockets to make it more functional for the casual wearer.

Whether you are new to the game or just feel like trying out a biker fashion style, RebelsMarket has a large assortment of cheap leather jeans that come in different styles such as stonewashed, coated washed, and waxed. All of these styles also come in different colors and sizes that include multiple plus-sized variations. This makes Rebelsmarket your go-to destination for finding cheap biker jeans for sale at a bargain price.  

Styling with biker and skinny jeans

Where to start with? Unlike skinny jeans which require a shapely physique to pull off since the jeans grip on the legs from the waist down to your feet, these jeans have wider leg openings and are only tight around the thigh area which was the original purpose of the gear is to integrate safety gear more easily. This allows more versatility in fashion compared to skinny jeans as biker jeans can be worn with loose, semi-fitting, and fitting tops.

Although there are some regular and athletic fit variations in the market, those are more suited towards professional bikers who don’t want to compromise style and safety at the same time. Standard men’s jeans, also known as moto jeans can be worn in a variety of styles. Here are just a few of our recommendations.

A leather vest paired with black leather jeans is one of the most iconic styles that first comes in mind that have been still kept by biker clubs all around the world. No Harley rider will consider his collection complete without owning this classic pair. Wearing a t-shirt under the vest is advised unless you have the muscles to show off.

The quintessential leather jacket and jeans combination is a timeless classic. Leather jackets come in various designs and cuts that are suitable for different body types. Paired with a classic blue or grey stonewashed denim biker jeans and a white t-shirt, you’ll definitely be turning a lot of heads whether you’re heading out for a road trip or hitting the bar in the evening.

With its structured look and a tapered bottom, it can be easy to forget that biker jeans were originally meant to be worn tucked in boots instead of sneakers and converses. Though it might sound drab, biker jeans actually pair well with workers and military boots. With the right design, knee-length boots can also look awesome with both leather and denim biker jeans. Rebelsmarket offers a wide assortment of boots in black, tan, and other common shades that come with tasteful designs and most importantly, comfort.

Leather jeans started becoming a staple of the punk fashion scene in the 1970s. While bikers mostly limited wearing printed t-shirts to their favorite bands, or in case of the larger ones, their clubs, the punk culture injected a funky and colorful feel to the t-shirt designs, creating an outstanding fashion aesthetic. The standard Schott Perfecto Biker jacket of the 50s also transitioned in the punk culture along with biker jeans. Pair up a cool graphic t-shirt for men with exuberant leather biker jeans to create an appealing appearance and silhouette at the same time.

If you live in a hot area, then you can easily try the old tank-tops and biker jeans combination. A classic staple among bikers, the look is completed by pairing them off with a pair of knee-length boots.

If you want to replicate John Travolta’s amazing stylish look from the 1978 hit movie Grease, you can pair a denim jacket along with a pair of acid-washed jeans and worker boots. Slick back your hair with a bit of promenade and you will literally be a blast from the past wherever you go.

Denim shirts can be a bit difficult to get hold of, but if you can manage to find one then you’ll find that they create a really sublime rocker look without making it overly obvious. Pair it off with a nifty pair of black sneakers and you’re good to go for any kind of events.

Men’s biker jeans can also create an excellent urban look if paired with a nice hoody. Instead of wearing boots, you can complete the look by wearing a contrasting pair of converse or sneakers that synchronize well with the shades of your jeans and tops.

While skinny jeans are a popular choice among today’s youth, they are highly risqué due to their very narrow dimensions that require the wearer to very skinny. Men usually prefer to wear them with long tees and jackets to create a layered effect to hide the lack of a good silhouette.

Things to keep in mind when buying biker jeans for men

Biker jeans come in a lot of color and style variations that look catchy and stylish, but that doesn’t mean all of them are a good fit for you. Here are a couple of handy tips to keep in mind when shopping.

Choose your colors properly: Just like formal wear, color combinations also matter a lot for jeans as well. Light-colored jeans like blue, grey, and beige should be reserved for daytime wear while black and leather biker jeans are more appropriate for nightwear.

Choose the right size: Just to be on the safe side, always buy men’s biker and skinny jeans a size or two larger than your current size. Your pair of jeans will inevitably shrink over repeated washes, so while it might seem a bit loose in the beginning, it will soon get into the right size.

Taking care of men’s biker jeans

Since biker jeans have a tighter and tapered fit than regular jeans, you really to keep an eye out and make sure they don’t shrink in size and become unwearable. Here are a couple of dos and don’ts of taking care of biker jeans that you should always keep in mind.  

Don’t wash them too often: Every time you wash your jeans, no matter what type of it is, it leeches out a lot of indigo from it which is why they lose their shape over time. The best way to maintain your jeans is to wash them as sparingly as possible.

Never machine wash with hot water: With the thickness of denim, it might seem very tempting to put it on a machine wash with hot water. You should refrain from acting out that temptation because washing jeans with hot water is the fastest way they get them shrunk and discolored.

Never machine dry jeans: Tumble drying has a similar effect to hot water and shrinks the jeans. One way you to ensure your favorite pair last a long time is to always dry it in the sun inside out.     

Shop RebelsMarket for an extensive selection of affordable biker fashion products. Starting from simple men’s jeans to ornately designed ones made from high-quality materials, Rebelsmarket makes sure there is something for everyone.


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