I have Hein Gericke "Tuareg" jacket and trousers, with removable "Shelltex" linings and body armour in both. I am impressed with the general quality (with one exception **) of the product and the price is acceptable too. Both jacket and trousers come with various ventilation zips, and the jacket especially has numerous very useful pockets (plus an entirely useless "bum bag" that it is impossible to reach without first taking the jacket off!).
My reservation on quality is with the back protector: while there are CE approval standards for elbow, shoulder, knee & hip pads, there is no CE standard for back protector. And it shows with this jacket. In this area the jacket scores poorly as the back protector is both tiny and thin when compared with the one in my BKS road leathers. However, back protectors are readily available on the after-market so you should be able to solve this safety problem without too much trouble.
I like to wear a kidney protector and lower back support when riding offroad, so I bought trousers one size larger than jacket to allow me to do the waist up with it fitted.
I originally bought the Tuareg gear for green-laning in UK, and I shall continue to wear my leathers for pure tarmac road riding as they offer superior protection. However, I am travelling to Morocco at the end of this year, and will be using the Tuareg gear throughout that trip in preference to my leathers. When in Germany last week I noticed several road riders wearing the Tuareg gear too.
As a bonus, when I remove all the armour from the jacket, it acts as a very comfortable (if slightly restrictive) over-jacket for my (close-fitting) leather suit.
The Tuarger jacket and the trousers do not have an all-around zip at the waist to join them and I am getting a local company to add this for me - both to reduce wind penetration in high-speed riding, and to reduce the chance of my body being exposed in high-speed slides.
All in all though I would recommend this jacket and trousers.