Motion is resistant to splashes but not to immersion.
It benefits from an official certification: IP54
The IP protection code is a standard defined by the international standard IEC 60529 by the International Electrotechnical Commission. It classifies the degree of protection of electrical material against intrusion of solid particles (for example, dust) and liquids (water, oil, etc.). It’s made up of a two-digit number.
The 1st digit represents the protection from dust, and the second digit indicates the protection from water.
You can therefore train in a torrential downpour, cross over a ford, canter on a beach, but be careful not to completely immerse Motion.
The IK Code determines the degree of protection of a material against mechanical impacts.
Here, Motion is protected against a shock equal to a 1.25 kg mass falling from a height of 40 cm, corresponding to 5 Joules of energy.
(In short, do not worry if your horse has a tendency to strike his girth during a course. Your attachment and your Motion will be resistant.)