Holy crap, I can't believe the Motoport bashing still continues. Let me sum it up for you guys that don't understand Motoport: It is a very small company with a limited range of products, produced by a fanatic about safety and quality. Think small, custom shop guys. I live near Wayne and have seen, tried on and handled all of his products, they are all first rate. I have also seen, tried on and handled just about every other garment available (except the Halvorson which I'm sure is just great). There is no way Wayne is going to go through the expense of the CE testing crap. Why, so those that live for the spec sheets can feel better. Sometimes you just have to step away from the spec sheets and check things out for yourself, I mean give it a good inspection. There's more to a garment than tear strength for crissakes. Anyone who has ever handled a Motoport garment knows what I mean. I would feel very safe taking a tumble in Wayne's gear. At least as safe as in anything else out there and way safer than in most stuff. For the record I do not own any Motoport gear, its a long story but I bought Rukka instead, but I love Motoport. If Wayne's lack of marketing skill or his claims put you off, go somewhere else, but if you want quality stuff, check it out with confidence. One more thing: Its not just the fabric and its strength, its how its sewn together as well. If the seams rip or get ground down and fail allowing the garment to fall apart in a crash, you are screwed even if the fabric survives. Motoport stuff is well constructed. Hiya Wayne!