Arai full face helmets. Try them on. If they fit, go with them. More expensive but worth every penny.
The flip top helmets will be noisier. You can get info on them by researching Rider and Motorcycle Consumer News archives. I subscribe to both magazines, but don't have the dates, but both have tested flip up full face helmets, I think it was Rider that tested them a few months ago. More noise, but they can be nice if you cruise in an upright position, as on a standard or cruiser or touring bike.
Dainese and Alpinstars make jackets that are pretty nice textile units. Dainese has one or two that are both textile and leather. However, they cost as much or almost as much as a good leather jacket. Vanson makes probably the best domestically available leather clothing, and worldwide they are among the best. Their product selection is much larger and diverse than any other manufacturer, anywhere.
If you can only buy one jacket right now, I would buy a good leather jacket that has room inside for extra clothing and it has zippered slash pockets on the outside, one or two pockets on the inside, a zip out quilt lining, shoulder and arm armor and back protector (or lining that takes a protector), front vents (zip or perforated or fabric panel), and rear exhaust (at least at the back of the shoulders). Some here will argue the snug fit "sportbike" jacket, but practically speaking, they are not very practical as an all around jacket because they cannot tolerate much clothing underneath, don't have removable liners, and have few if any pockets. Good as an additional jacket but not in my opinion as a "one and only" bike jacket if you ride a lot under various conditions.