So which of these two fabrics actually offers the best protection in terms of abrasion resistance? I've been scouring the web for the better part of a week now trying to find some hard data on the matter but so far have come up empty handed. Nor can I find a single manufacturer using either fabric in their products that includes any relevant test data in their literature or on their website. Several manufacturers have noted that the SuperFabric is XX-times more abrasion resistant than Kevlar. Considering Armacor uses Kevlar in it's weave (every 4th thread IIRC) I really can't see where it would offer the same level of abrasion protection, yet we see more and more top-tier products using it in the impact areas over the SuperFabric - specifically in those products featuring the Gore-Tex Pro Shell outer construction. Of course this raises a question - Is the use of Armacor in the impact areas on these Pro Shell products being dictated by Gore (i.e. Gore stipulating that if you want to use the Pro Shell 3L technology you must also use our Armacor fabric)? It just strikes me as a little odd that manufacturers who have been using SuperFabric in the impact areas of their top-end gear and touting it's merits for the last several years would suddenly switch to using what appears to be a less durable material in their new Gore-Tex Pro Shell products. So anyone have the real scoop on this and/or some hard test data comparing the two?