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Jeans Certification EN13595 vs EN17092

Jeans Certification EN13595 vs EN17092

EN13595: Protective Clothing for motorcycle professionals

A pants to be approved as “protective clothing for professional motorcyclists” must have passed all 4 tests listed below:

 

EN13595-1: Protective clothing for professional motorcyclists; Jackets, trousers and suits – general requirements.

EN13595-2: D
etermination of impact abrasion resistance.

EN13595-3: D
etermination of burst strength (stitching resistance).

EN13595-4: D
etermination of impact cut resistance.

 

Models we carry certified EN:13595-1 Level 2 (8 sec.):

  • Titanium

Models we carry tested EN13595-1 Level 2 (8 sec.):

  • Vegas
  • Jefferson
  • Florida

Models we carry tested EN13595-1 Level 1 (4.4 sec.):

  • Cafe Racer
  • Santiago
  • Deux
  • Skinny

 

EN17092: Protective Clothing for motorcycle riders

A pants to be approved as “protective garments for motorcycle riders” and to determinate the level of protection must be subjected to the following steps:

EN17092 part 1: Test methods

EN17092 part 2: AAA – Heavy-duty protective garments

EN17092 part 3: AA – Medium-duty protective garments

EN17092 part 4: A – Light-duty protective garments

EN17092 part 5: B – Light-duty abrasion protection garments

 

Models we carry certified EN17092-2 AAA (4 sec.):

  • Titanium
  • Vegas
  • Jefferson
  • Florida
  • Cafe Racer
  • Deux

Models we carry certified EN17092-2 AA (2 sec.):

  • Russel
  • Spring

Models we carry certified EN17092-2 A (2 sec.):

  • Santiago
  • Skinny
  • New Rider
  • Street
  • Sara
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