EN17092:2020-4 Standard

Darmstadt Abrasion Resistance

All materials from the external to the internal layer of the Brummell Blazer have been subjected to the Darmstadt abrasion-resistance tests at different speeds on the different zones. The Darmstadt abrasion-resistance test is a procedure that simulates the abrasion of motorcycle clothing on asphalt, in our case, according to EN17092:2020-4 (Class A). 

EN 1621-1: 2012 & EN 1621-2: 2014 Standards

Protector Impact Tests

The protective qualities of the shoulder and elbow impact protectors are assessed according to the standard EN 1621-1: 2012. There are two levels of protection, level 1 (lower level) and level 2 (higher level of protection). CE Level 1 protectors shall have a maximum transmitted force of 18 kN, and no single value shall exceed 24 kN. CE Level 2 protectors shall have a maximum transmitted force of only 9 kN, and no single value shall exceed 12 kN. 

EN ISO 4674-1:2016 & EN ISO 4674-1:2016 Standards

Tear and Seam Strength

All structural external materials and protector pockets' materials are tested to make sure they meet the standard’s requirements and do not tear up if a slide shall occur at the given speed. All materials are tested separately in two directions, warp and weft.

EN ISO 13688:2013 Standard

Chemical tests

Chemical tests on all materials are made (pH, azo dyes, nickel, etc). This is to be sure all materials forming the Brummell Blazer comply with the standard’s criteria and that the blazer is completely safe and hazard-free for the rider.