These pants are made of the new material TRI-STRETCHER denim, which is created by combining Dyneema, Elastane, Polyester, Nylon and cotton fibers. They are light, airy, comfortable and, in addition, have the ability to withstand abrasion according to EN 17092:3-2020 even without a Kevlar layer. In addition, Dyneema provides great resistance to heat.
Protective properties: - composition - TRI-STRETCHER denim containing Dyneema - level 2 protectors on the hips and knees + coccyx protector - AA homologation according to EN 17092:3-2020 - triple seams - Single layer - hidden pocket, 2 coin pockets, 2 front and 2 back pockets - belt loop - extra pockets with zipper and lower part of the leg - stretch panels on the buttocks and calves - fastening with two buttons + zip
TRI-STRETCHER® PRO 2.0 denim A brand new composition of denim that combines Dyneema, elastane, nylon and cotton. In addition to being very light, breathable and flexible, it stands out for its extreme resistance to abrasion and tearing. Dyneema® essentially consists of a mix of polyethylene fibers and cotton. Dyneem yarn is based on ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene, which is produced by a special spinning process resulting in a fiber with an extremely high degree of crystallinity with the following properties:
Extreme tensile strength – the more Dyneema a denim contains, the more durable it is and it is very difficult to cut or destroy such a fabric. It is proven that it can be up to 15 times stronger than steel.
High cut resistance – denim that contains 5-10% Dyneema will be significantly stronger and more cut resistant than regular fabric.
Abrasion Resistance - using half the amount of Dyneema will improve the abrasion resistance of single ply motorcycle denim with aramid by 70%.
Chemical Resistance – While Dyneema® itself is resistant to most chemicals, we do not recommend bleaching or dry cleaning denim. This will ensure the longevity of your clothes.
Sensitivity to heat - Dyneema® has a melting point of 140-144°C and therefore do not expose the material, even for a short time, to temperatures higher than 130°C. We recommend ironing at a maximum temperature of 110°C and drying at a low temperature.