To provide a clearer understanding of the EN17092 regulation, here's a breakdown of all the protection classes:
Class AAA - These are typically one or two-piece suits, often made of tough leather, for the racing tracks. They're good at resisting scrapes but don't let you move easily.
Class AA - This gear is great for touring riders who travel a lot. It protects against bad weather and can handle scrapes pretty well.
Class A - This gear is light and easy to move in whilst offering lower abrasion protection than class AA riding gear. It’s great for city rides and casual trips.
Class B - Gear in this group protects against scratching but not hard impacts. It doesn’t come with impact protection incorporated.
Class C - This level has protectors that are held by a mesh material. They only protect against hits, not scrapes.
Achieving Class A certification under this standard means that our Brummell Blazer has undergone rigorous testing and proven its ability to provide top-tier protection to riders. It’s the perfect choice for your everyday commutes as it will keep you protected, comfortable and stylish on the road.