Kicking Jeans

Item No. KJ001
You can be prepared to display your skills where ever you are without worry about changing into your uniform. Suitable for a variety of martial arts styles, Kicking Jeans are rugged denim jeans that are durable without sacrificing comfort and breathability. Special blend of denim and Elastane fibers
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Kicking Jeans

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You can be prepared to display your skills where ever you are without worry about changing into your uniform. Suitable for a variety of martial arts styles, Kicking Jeans are rugged denim jeans that are durable without sacrificing comfort and breathability. Special blend of denim and Elastane fibers with a stretch range of approximately 30%. VariFlex Twinseam design allows for optimal flexibility and movement. Color is denim blue.
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Apparel Type Pants
Brand Century
Martial Arts Style Multiple
Reviews (13)
  • I bought a pair of these back in 1980
    I bought these as a young teen around 1980. Back then they had the Century logo on the back and Chuck Norris wore them in the advertisement. I'm pretty sure I sent a check in the mail. I wore them and imagined fighting ninjas and bad guys. Pretty sure Chuck wore something like them in his movies. But who knows!
  • Great
    Love these jeans!! All 3 of my boys were them too!
  • Amazing
    First of all saying i totally love these seems almost like a understatement due to how great they are! Most comfortable jeans you will ever find. I am very hard on jeans and my kicking jeans have lasted at least 3 years of frequent wear. I tend to have them on at least twice a week all winter and youd never know it by looking at them. Only complaint i have is they need to come in black! Come on century many of us only wear bla k pants and would but a truck load.
  • selling it in black would be wonderful
    selling it in black would be wonderful
  • Arse kickin
    Great stretch for more than just kicking great on a motorcycle too!!
  • More Colors PLEASE
    Hell yeah! These are now my favorite pair of jeans. They look like a nice pair of designer jeans, but they don’t restrict and suffocate your legs! Now I need pair of them in several different colors and washes!
  • Fantastic
    These kicking jeans are awesome. Great stretch, they fit well, and I finally found a pair of jeans that isn't enormous around the waist area. Very comfortable. I've hiked in them, kicked in them, and worn them all around. I'm about to buy another pair.
  • yes, yes to this.
    I cant go back to normal jeans. gimmie morrre colors please!
  • Kicking Jeans
    I am shocked at how much I really like these. They're 98% cotton, 2% spandex. Very comfortable. I put them on, and can kick without restriction just like in my Gi pants. They move and stretch with you. I don't know how they're going to wear, but I'll find out overtime. I'll be buying these again.
  • yes
    It does the thing well, gimmie more colors :O
  • Sizes run small
    Just got a pair of these for one of my adult male students, and the length was good and seemed to have good flex, as was hoped. The problem is that the waist sizes are or seem to run about a size or so small. So if you need a 36 inch waist, recommend ordering a 38 inch.
  • More like Arnold KICK-zeneger
    WHAACHA! WABOMGA! PERCHEW! HYAA! BOGABOGA! WHYYYYYYEW! FLOOOSH! MAMA MIA! KABOOM! BADA BING! HEYO! BOOM CHACA! WHZZZZZOOOOOOOM! Needs better crotch gusset though. 4 Stars. Needs better
  • Kicking jeans
    Love these. Comfortable and they look nice.

A BRIEF HISTORY OF KICKING JEANS

The year is 1977. A new tech company, called Apple Computer, has just become incorporated, Jimmy Carter is the 39th President of the United States, Elvis Presley has given his final concert. And in Oklahoma City, Century Martial Art Supply, Inc., has put out a new product: Action Jeans.

Mike Dillard Kicking Jeans

Several well-known martial artists like Bill “Superfoot” Wallace and Ernie Reyes Sr. made appearances in Action Jeans ads. One ad in particular features Reyes and his son, Ernie Reyes Jr., then just a child, both poised mid-high kick in the jeans (this was long before the younger Reyes would reach the height of his kickboxing prowess and movie star fame).

Ernie Reyes Sr. and Jr.
Action Jeans had a good run, from 1977 to 1991. Then the line was retired, to the disappointment of denim-wearing high-kick aficionados everywhere.

Bill "Superfoot" Wallace Kicking Jeans
But they say you can’t keep a good man down, and apparently, you can’t keep a good pair of jeans down either. Twenty-plus years since the jeans had discontinued, people were still talking about them, trying to find a pair for sale.
And so, from the ashes of the Action Jeans rose the Kicking Jeans. Century re-introduced the popular pants in 2015 at the Martial Arts SuperShow in Las Vegas, new and better than ever! Kicking Jeans are made from a blend of denim and Elastane fibers, which, in nontechnical terms, means “really stretchy fabric.” The Kicking Jeans look and feel like normal jeans, though, not Spandex or any other “jegging” material. No, Kicking Jeans are in no way related to jeggings, unless it’s as an older, and much cooler, cousin.
Justin Ortiz Kicking Jeans
What made the jeans unique at the time, and what still makes them Facebook-post-worthy today, is that you can conceivably kick someone in the head while wearing them. They’re that flexible. They’re the jeans equivalent of the one little show-off kid we all knew who did gymnastics in grade school and could contort her body like a pretzel.

Century Martial Arts has a variety of products for your martial arts training needs. From uniforms, belts, sparring gear, training bags, fitness equipment, and more.
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