All proper motorcycle clothing will come with body armour. In a jacket, that means, at minimum, protectors in the elbows and shoulders. Nearly all jackets will have a pocket for a back protector; some will come with a back protector as standard. In Europe, all armour has to be CE approved. There are standards for armour that classify it as Level 1 or Level 2. Level 2 armour is more protective, but it is normally heavier and thicker. If a jacket is fitted with Level 1 armour, it is not uncommon for motorcyclists to upgrade it to armour that meets the Level 2 standard. A popular upgrade armour could come from someone like Forcefield or D3O. D3O is particularly popular because it is light and very soft. Another form of body armour comes in the shape of a jacket or shirt that has the armour built into it. You can wear something like this underneath a casual or leisure jacket that has no armour.