Get some real riding pants to go with the jacket instead.
No proble, but what trouble is it? It would involve stitching that strip on the pairs of a couple of jeans so the jacket doesn't ride up your back when you ride. I wear jeans when I ride to work or when I am just tooling around town. I know jeans aren't the end all answer for safety, but that was not what I was looking for here.license2ill said:Hey dude, I wasn't trying to lecture, but if you're going to go to all that trouble, you might as well have no illusions about a worthwhile fix, that's all.
If you would please reread the original post, you would understand that I was not concerned with my pants riding up. :shrugKnightshadeBlue said:I think if you're smart enough to be aware of the fact that regular pants could ride up on you..you should invest in some real riding pants and zip those to your jacket.