Bull-it

Fury V - Long Leg

Regular price $197.00

Bull-it back and doing what they do best! These are a high waisted, A-rated skinny fit jeans complete with knee armour. Hip armour is available here.

OUR ADVICE: Go UP a size!

31" inseam that avoids 'bunching' at the ankle.

A rated protection.

AAA reinforcement in Zone 1.

Covec thermal barrier helps prevent heat transfer from road friction.

New recovery yarns for stretch retention improves fit and comfort.

Side and rear seam construction double and triple stitched.

Level 2 knee armours as standard.

Hip pockets for optional hip protectors.

Shower resistant finish.

5 pocket traditional denim design.

High waisted skinny fit.

Pure overdyed black with new patch design on synthetic leather.

A British company, the chaps at Bull-it ride, they raced, they love bikes. They work with BSB teams, Speedway riders as well as the UK Fire department, specialising in protective, hard-wearing, technical clothing made from specially-designed protective fabrics such as Covec.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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Tia Tiger1050
Big Ladies on Big Motorbikes

I love my new jeans. Being long legged and on the larger size, I normally resort to men's jeans. However the fit of these, means they comfortably sit inside my boots, are stretchy enough to be comfortable when riding and stylish enough for the office.
First time dealing with Ladybiker even though I been riding for years. Superfast and I will say it, great female customer service. Too many times I have been looked at like I am bonkers for asking for longer leg length. Even us women come in tall size.

M
Megan Riley
Amazing

Make your bum look fab !!!!

M
Mrs T G
Unsure

Bought them, perfect sizing, very long in the leg BUT… there is a seam that goes across the back of your thighs that is obviously to do with the safety lining on the butt, I’m thinking this will be very uncomfortable sat on my bike for any length of time so I’m in two minds to return them. Awaiting another design and make to arrive before I decide on keeping them or returning them! I’m also thinking that wearing leggings under them might stop the butt feeling uncomfortable 🤷‍♀️. Not sure I really want that !

Hiya, you're right about the back thigh seam being for the reinforcements. From personal experience the seam doesn’t cause discomfort on long rides – but it would just come down to what an individual rider feels comfortable with, and the inside of the jeans will of course soften with use as any jeans would. Let us know if they're coming back though, we want you to be happy. Take care, Daisy

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MISS ER CURTIS
Big bottoms beware

If you have a big booty like I do, they're not as high wasted I thought anyway. Otherwise good with a belt and comfy!

K
K.B.
Hallelujah!

I have been riding motorbikes for years - but as a female its seems nigh on impossible to find a flattering easy to wear pair of motorcycle jeans (my husband can literally pick from about 300 pairs - 99% of which will just fit him!) .

I must have to date tried on a returned about 20+ pairs - the sizing seems to be mad - no 2 brands are the same. As a 5ft 6 female (normal size 8) - I have tried on jeans from a6 to 14 - a size 6 has been too big & a 14 has been too small.

I have no idea who designs these... but it is like they have never seen a female before! or they have tried to make a guy’s pair "fit" – wee heads up – ladies have things called hips…

So on yet another online search - I found - ladybiker.co.uk and on browsing through - I spotted you could ask for help (i have tried this on other sites - but blokes giving ladies advice on trousers - normally means ordering and returning them...) .

I emailed in my measurements and within literally 15 mins I had a lovely friendly reply back & a few suggestions.

I had ordered a pair from the suggestions given (they also offer free returns) - they arrived the next day!!! - and from arriving to trying them on 10 mins later - it was like a hallelujah moment! - comfy, flattering and dare I say it - pretty perfect! (Genuinely which female rider hasn't tried on another pair of flared jeans with what can only be described as a nappy for padding around the crotch, with gaping at the back...)

From finding these folk, to the super lovely friendly reply - huge shout out to the lovely Daisy!!
to the best advice and the fastest delivery ever- I am over the moon with my experience from start to finish.

The next time I need anything - I know where I will be buying my kit from ladybiker.co.uk.

Thank you from a very happy lady biker.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
82%
(9)
9%
(1)
0%
(0)
9%
(1)
0%
(0)
T
Tia Tiger1050
Big Ladies on Big Motorbikes

I love my new jeans. Being long legged and on the larger size, I normally resort to men's jeans. However the fit of these, means they comfortably sit inside my boots, are stretchy enough to be comfortable when riding and stylish enough for the office.
First time dealing with Ladybiker even though I been riding for years. Superfast and I will say it, great female customer service. Too many times I have been looked at like I am bonkers for asking for longer leg length. Even us women come in tall size.

M
Megan Riley
Amazing

Make your bum look fab !!!!

M
Mrs T G
Unsure

Bought them, perfect sizing, very long in the leg BUT… there is a seam that goes across the back of your thighs that is obviously to do with the safety lining on the butt, I’m thinking this will be very uncomfortable sat on my bike for any length of time so I’m in two minds to return them. Awaiting another design and make to arrive before I decide on keeping them or returning them! I’m also thinking that wearing leggings under them might stop the butt feeling uncomfortable 🤷‍♀️. Not sure I really want that !

Hiya, you're right about the back thigh seam being for the reinforcements. From personal experience the seam doesn’t cause discomfort on long rides – but it would just come down to what an individual rider feels comfortable with, and the inside of the jeans will of course soften with use as any jeans would. Let us know if they're coming back though, we want you to be happy. Take care, Daisy

M
MISS ER CURTIS
Big bottoms beware

If you have a big booty like I do, they're not as high wasted I thought anyway. Otherwise good with a belt and comfy!

K
K.B.
Hallelujah!

I have been riding motorbikes for years - but as a female its seems nigh on impossible to find a flattering easy to wear pair of motorcycle jeans (my husband can literally pick from about 300 pairs - 99% of which will just fit him!) .

I must have to date tried on a returned about 20+ pairs - the sizing seems to be mad - no 2 brands are the same. As a 5ft 6 female (normal size 8) - I have tried on jeans from a6 to 14 - a size 6 has been too big & a 14 has been too small.

I have no idea who designs these... but it is like they have never seen a female before! or they have tried to make a guy’s pair "fit" – wee heads up – ladies have things called hips…

So on yet another online search - I found - ladybiker.co.uk and on browsing through - I spotted you could ask for help (i have tried this on other sites - but blokes giving ladies advice on trousers - normally means ordering and returning them...) .

I emailed in my measurements and within literally 15 mins I had a lovely friendly reply back & a few suggestions.

I had ordered a pair from the suggestions given (they also offer free returns) - they arrived the next day!!! - and from arriving to trying them on 10 mins later - it was like a hallelujah moment! - comfy, flattering and dare I say it - pretty perfect! (Genuinely which female rider hasn't tried on another pair of flared jeans with what can only be described as a nappy for padding around the crotch, with gaping at the back...)

From finding these folk, to the super lovely friendly reply - huge shout out to the lovely Daisy!!
to the best advice and the fastest delivery ever- I am over the moon with my experience from start to finish.

The next time I need anything - I know where I will be buying my kit from ladybiker.co.uk.

Thank you from a very happy lady biker.