Now, as many know, some cyclists wear denim – at least most urban and commuter’s do. Problem is, denim is not really made to take impact of that saddle. I, myself, have mended more than one pair of jeans (even the Japanese denim) due to the crotch tearing. No fun. The good thing is a bunch of different brands make some reinforced cycling denim.
Cadence builds their pair from U.S. Cone denim with just a touch of lycra (2%) to give it some stretch. The crotch is reinforced (of course) and the back pockets are dual layered. The reflective back patch is a nice touch.
More looks at the Cadence Reinforced Cycling Denim after the click.