Yes it is. (For those who don't have the time and want to get right to the point.)
The Italian company Tucano Urbano offers lap aprons available from Wheelup. The Termoscud is made in China of a somewhat stiff material (more on this later.) The apron is well made and very well designed. They make several models of this apron so be sure to order the one for your scooter.
I ordered my Termoscud from Wheelup's website. They have an English version of there website; but some of it pages (payment processing) are only in Italian. I used Bablefish to translate the text I did not understand. I also had a problem with my order not being processed so I sent them an email and they fixed whatever the issue was within a day.
The apron cost $135 with shipping. Shipping actually cost more than the apron itself. I think the split was 50 euros for the apron and 55 euros for the shipping.
The apron took 3 days to get to me. Within 2 days FedEx called to for customs reasons. Based on readings for other postings at MV I let them know that it was a sample for personal use and not for resale. I also reminded FedEx of how much I was paying for shipping. The FedEx guy chuckled.
FedEx delivered the Apron the next day. It came in a neat Wheelup's package and with instructions, the apron, a storage bag and a padded Tucano Urbano key chain.
The Termoscud is a (fake but warm) fur lined, wind and waterproof lap apron. It is a well thought design that has: inflatable tubes on each side to prevent flapping at speed, an ignition access flap, anti theft lock ring, pull-out chest bib, a waterproof seat cover extension, built in reflector strips and straps with color match stitching by function and a built in pouch for maps or gloves. In addition, the lap apron can be rolled and secured to the leg shield with the use of straps attached to the front underside of the apron.
Installing the apron is a pretty easy process. I found the instructions that came with the apron to be very helpful. They come in about six languages. All of the straps and clips are well-labeled. The whole install process of takes less than 20 minutes.
With the apron mounted I first found myself sliding underneath the apron to mount your scooter. This has to do with the fit and stiffness of the material of the apron. After a couple of days I started to push the apron forward when mounting the scooter.
My knees under the apron feel some what confined. I have found this to be the result of the fit on front of the apron. I find my legs upward movement being somewhat restricted. However the apron in no way interferes with me stopping and putting my legs down on the ground.
Based on my recent riding tests, with temperatures ranging from the low 60's all the way down to the mid teens (yup I said mid teens) the lap apron offers great wind protection and keeps the me warm. However, I do notice some wind chill around the back of my calves but it was not anywhere near what it could be without the apron. Also, the sides of my thighs do get cold; but this is solved my using the side strips (they pull the sides of the apron closer to your thighs) you sit on these. The bib portion also had a strap that wraps around you neck to keep it from falling forward on your lap and not protecting your chest. I haven't used this yet since the wind does a good job of keeping it up for me.
So in conclusion the apron does work. It keeps me much warmer and more comfortable on my 20 min. (each way) daily commute which I am very happy about. On my longer rides its well worth its weight in gold. Which is a good thing considering how much I paid for it with shipping. I no longer suffer from frozen thigh syndrome. Now if I could only do the same for my hands.
In writing this review I used some insights from other riders and sites. Any profit made form this review will be shared, yeah right.