Love this stuff...
I bought a pair of the Kevlar Street Jeans earlier this year they are very nice. I sent in a pair of my Carhartts to replicate in Stretch Kevlar. Took about 6 weeks and then both were sent back. Cost a bit over $330 because I got the reflective striping down the leg option as well. The stretch kevlar is amazingly comfortable and breathes very well even in hot weather. The jeans fit perfectly, almost an exact match to what I sent in. I say "almost" just because the waist ended up being a tad bit higher and the waist enclosure is velcro instead of a button which is actually nice because it will adjust depending on what I ate that day. Motoport is (as far as I know) the only textile pant that also includes thigh armor as well as knee armor. I personally took the thigh out for summer because it's a bit stiff and warm, but will probably put it back in come winter. While I'm not 100% in love with the thigh armor, it's nice to have it there as an option.
Anyhow, I now have the new Marathon jacket in HiViz on order being built now I should have it the 2nd week of Sep. Again in stretch kevlar. Having seen photos of crashes in this stuff over on Advrider, this is the only material I'm going to buy ever again. This Marathon style is a newer style for them, but it's still just a variation on their 3/4 ultra II jacket, which most people accuse of having not much in the way of style. Then again, the lack of what many consider "style" is a style too (see also: Aerostich)
If you are seriously interested in getting something from them, contact Motoport and they will send you some swatches of sample material so you can see the colors and get a feel for the material. IMHO, the AirMesh material is very tough and a little too stiff my my liking. Just going off the samples Wayne sent me, I'd compare the AirMesh to a window screen. The Stretch Kevlar material though, I find very soft and it will create a better fitting, better hanging kit. However, if you live in a VERY hot and humid environment, the AirMesh may be your only option.
All told, this stuff is the only gear I'll wear again. At a total of over $800 for the set I'm happy to pay for the added insurance of protective gear that won't melt into my skin in a slide. I've been reading waaaay to many posts over in the "Face Plant" section of advrider and have grown paranoid of cheap poly gear.
[SIZE="1"][FONT="Comic Sans MS"] - FlatBlack 2008 DL650(ABS)