Intro: what's this fuss all about? How do you know that the gear you buy is actually going to protect you in a crash? Until recently, you had no choice but to trust the manufacturer and whatever anecdotal evidence (real-life "crash tests"/reviews) you could find. But did you know that European standards describing procedures - abrasion, burst strength, and more - for testing motorcycle gear have been available for over a decade now? No, not just CE-rated armour - once certified, the entire garment can be called "Personal Protective Equipment" (PPE). Making list of all such motorcycle PPE currently on the market is the motivation behind this thread. Jackets/suits: EN 13595 Two levels in the current standard. Level 1 is said to (unofficially) "provide adequate protection in accidents at urban speeds, not higher than 30 mph/48 kph", while Level 2 is "adequate protection in higher speed accidents but may not subsequently be reusable". "Level 3" isn't part of EN 13595, but it is specified in the Cambridge standard, on which the EN 13595 was initially based. In general, no mention of the level means "Level 1". Halvarssons/Jofama/Lindstrands Safety jacket, L1, textile. L2 no longer made. Inner jacket certified by itself, WP/mesh shells worn on top. Big review thread. Spidi Ergo 365 Pro and Ergo 365 Pro Expedition jackets, L2, textile. Part of a 2-piece suit, pants are not certified. Clover Tekno WP jacket, L2, textile. Road WP jacket, L1, textile. Triforce jacket, L2, leather. RS-2 1-piece suit, L2, leather. Scott Leathers Road Airflow, L2, textile. New Road, L2, textile. Weise Avance jacket, L2, textile. Manufacturer's website. BKS Leathers All leather clothing (except gloves), L3. Hideout All Hideout-branded leather clothing. Made-to-measure options. Hi-pro textile suit is (was) expected to be certified later in 2012. AGV Sport WAS+ Pro road race suit, L2, made by Gimoto. Made-to-measure option. Arlen Ness/Madif/Berik Many of the suits/jackets/pants certified since 2008. Alpinestars Atem leather jacket, L1. Possibly the whole Atem suit - need to clarify. Dainese Laguna Seca suit certification seems to have been withdrawn due to non-CE hip armour? Note that Rukka Armas is NOT certified to any motorcycle gear standards (other than impact protectors); validity of other claims may also be in question. See this thread. Furygan appears to have its own testing method, "inspired" by a liberal interpretation of EN13595. As of 2011, no certification has ever been obtained, and the lack of proper labels supports this. SoubiraC appears to be in the same boat as Furygan. Buyer beware. Pants/trousers/jeans: also in EN 13595 Part of the same standard, see above. Halvarssons/Jofama/Lindstrands Safety pants, L1, textile. Inner pants certified by themselves, outer shells worn on top. Clover Tekno WP, L2, textile. Triforce, L2, leather. Draggin Jeans (Australia). Note that "Draggin' Jeans" (US) is a completely different company! C-Evo, L1, textile. Holeshot, L2, textile. Weise Avance jeans, L2, textile. Manufacturer's website. Hideout All Hideout-branded leather clothing. Made-to-measure options. Arlen Ness/Madif/Berik Many of the suits/jackets/pants certified since 2008. Bull-it VoloCE jeans, L2. Expected April 2013. Lean Angle Jeans Lean Angle Jeans (vendor thread), L2. Some doubts raised - see the discussion for now. At least some of Furygan's "approved" gear (most likely, all of it) has never been certified - see the note above. Some of Drayko and Sartso jeans are said to pass just the abrasion test, but don't seem to be certified. Gloves: EN 13594 No levels in the current revision (2002). The new version, expected sometime in 2013, will include two levels, with the old revision corresponding to L2. Beware the bogus "gardening gloves" certification. Mention of Category 1 89/686/EEC and absence of an explicit "EN13594" pictogram - as well as being made for the French market - are typical red flags. Halvarssons/Jofama/Lindstrands Safety Grip, leather, 2002 standard (L2). Some users report frayed/broken stitching after only a few months/weeks of use - QC issue claimed to be fixed now. Some of the models (e.g. Beryl) are "CE Category 1". Don't be fooled - see note above. Racer As of 2013/04, only EN1621-2 (back protector - ?) certification is claimed now. Certification for Stratos originally planned, but never done. 2013 Advance model is reported to be L1-certified. Dubious - probably translation error. Dainese Full metal RS, Pro metal RS, Crono, Carbon Cover ST and S-ST (shorter version), Druids ST and S-ST, Replica 2012. All L1. Shorter S-ST models are looking dubious. Elmon At least one model certified to the 2002 (read: L2) standard by SATRA. Availability unknown. Knox Handroid and Handroid Pod, L1?, new standard. Despite the CE mark shown on the website, Velocity Gear gloves (all models) are NOT certified, and have never been. Their "glove chassis", however, is claimed to have passed the main EN13594 requirements. Ixon gloves are in the aforementioned "gardening gloves" category - no EN13594 certification despite the claims. Same issue with Furygan's gloves. Some of the "approved" gloves also clearly fail the length requirements. Eska claims EN13594:2002 certification for their gloves, but has neither CE labels nor documentation to support it. Likely just ignorant marketing. At least some of V'Quattro gloves have CE tags - again, see above. Seems they are no longer advertised as having anything to do with EN13594. (The wording is still in violation of the PPE directive, however.) Macadam Baikal gloves appear to have CE impact protectors - at best. Most likely nothing to do with EN13594 at all, despite what the ads say. Rainers X-One racing glove is claimed to be EN13594. Wrong pictogram shape, lacking key details. Unwilling to provide clarification, either. Likely "gardening gloves" again. Boots: EN 13634 Once again, two of the tests - abrasion and cut, taken from EN13595 - allow for two levels. Current revision is 2010, old one is 2002. Major changes: transverse rigidity (i.e. resistance to being crushed) test now has two levels (the old one corresponding to L2), and the pictogram now has 3 numbers (abrasion, cut, transverse rigidity). See sample label. Five optional tests are specified: "impact energy protection to the shin and ankle, resistance to water penetration, resistance to fuel oil of the outsole, slip resistance of the outsole and finally water vapour permeability of the upper." Alpinestars Many models are certified, including some offroad. Toucan boot confirmed L2, 2010 standard. Oxtar/TCX Just about all of their current boots, including some of the short ones. Optional shin/ankle impact test mentioned. Jupiter 2 (short) boot certification in question - clearly fails the height requirement. Alt-Berg "The Yorkshire Bootmakers" Clubman Roadster, Clubman Classic, L1?, 2002 standard. Bahn Rider, Roadrunner, L2, 2010 standard. Made-to-order option on all models. Vendramini According to WBW, at least the Marathon model is certified. Custom-made option, but little model info on the website. BMW Transition touring boots. Discontinued? Daytona Travel Star Pro boots. The "Pro" model not shown on the website, for some reason. SoubiraC Many models are certified, 2002 and 2010 mentioned. See 2012 catalogue (French/English). Spidi/XPD XP7, L2, racing (all versions). The mention of EN3886 is likely an error. See 2012 catalogue instead. XP3-S, L1, racing. VR6, L1, touring/racing (all versions). VS1, L1, touring. XP5 (XP7 replacement) is pending certification. Halvarssons/Jofama/Lindstrands Brick, L1, touring. Champ, L1, touring. Impact to the shin/ankle and WP tests also passed (spotted in a photo of the booklet). Chipseal, L1, touring. Tarmac, L1, touring. Icon Reign WP, L1, touring. Optional WP test passed. No mention of EN13634 on the website, but this scan of the brochure has a detailed explanation. Stylmartin Various models on their website, probably L1. Sidi All racing boots except B2 and Vertigo (missing CE label/booklet), L1? (2002 standard, reportedly). Adventure, Strada, Cobra, all versions, touring. Doha (shorty, fabric!) touring. Crossfire, offroad. Axo Q2 and Q4 models, L1?, WP, touring. Prime, L1?, offroad. Forma All racing models, many others. 2010 revision. Dainese Most models are certified, 2010 mentioned occasionally. Some models, like SSC Alpha C2b, are just said to be "Category 2" approved. A bit dubious. Airbags: EN 1621.4 Still in the DRAFT stage - so take the following list with a grain of salt. Some products already claim to be meeting the specs, however. Dainese D-Street and D-Air. Motoairbag Motoairbag, L2. Clover Crossover jacket with airbag, L2. Jacket itself is not certified. Comments/additions/corrections are very welcome!