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  1. Russhole

    Leatt W.E.C. Jacket

    1 review

    The W.E.C. jacket is a water resistant, lightweight off road riding jacket with some heavy duty features. Leatt’s main concern in designing a jacket like this is the ability for it to integrate with neck braces yet still be comfortable and easy to wear. The collapsible, waterproof fabric, neck allows the rider to decide if they would like to cover up the neck brace and seal out the elements or leave the weather collar off the brace to allow a little more ventilation. If you don’t wear a neck brace at all, or if you want to wear the jacket casually, the collar rolls up neatly and is held down with elastic straps. The top front pocket is 100% waterproof to help protect your valuables. More than just great looking this jacket is a great performer.
  2. Bryan Bosch

    Leatt Pro Jacket

    2 reviews

    The Pro jacket is a fully waterproof, windproof jacket with a hidden neck cuff that stretches over a neck brace to help keep out the elements. Soft, pliable and durable the Cordura outer shell has fully taped seams and waterproof zippers to keep the water out on even the longest of rides. It also features removable CE certified shoulder and elbow protectors and has a rear pocket for optional CE back protector. 3M reflective material adds safety for road use. • Great for road, or off-road use • Waterproof zippers and zip out waterproof liner • Hidden neck cuff deploys to cover any Leatt® neck brace including STX • Neck cuff is windproof, waterproof and breathable to maintain rider comfort • Multiple front pockets • Window pocket on sleeve • Large bottom back pocket for liner • Spandex stretch in sleeves & body • Full, zippered, ventilation in front, back & sleeves • Can be worn with or without a neck brace • Removable and adjustable sleeves
  3. yz250f_spud

    Leatt Dual Axis Knee Guard

    9 reviews

    Dual Axis knee and leg guards are comfortable, well ventilated protectors with two pivot points that allows them for more accurately bend with the human knee’s natural movements. They cover the knee, even when fully bent, as well as the lower thigh and most of the lower legs. Great levels of impact protection are proven by the CE impact safety standard they are certified to. They are also certified to CE’s abrasion resistance safety standard. Strap buckles are low profile with no edges to hang up on your riding pants. Straps are also backed by soft, comfortable, vented airprene material that resists slipping. Lighter weight, most comfortable and offers more freedom of movement than almost any other CE certified protection system.
  4. We brought the Leatt 6.5 Velocity along with us on our first trip to Moab. It was a great trip and we got in some great riding. We thought wearing the goggles all day in the heat & sun would give us a good feel for their performance. Just wanted to share some pictures from the trip and and what we liked & didn't like. 2018 KTM 300 XC-W Six Days ThumperTalk 20th Build we Rode in Moab Leatt 6.5 Goggle in Moab One of our favorite things: Safety. Like everything Leatt makes safety is a chief concern. They carried that over in the goggles and have the highest impact rating out of any goggle. They are actually bulletproof. Well, from a .22lr bullet, but it's still a bullet! They carry the Military Ballistic Impact Rating certification, actually. At least you know your eyes are safe from roost. Me hoping to see some carnage from the side by sides, no rollovers We were out in the sun riding for about 4 days straight. When you order the goggles you can choose how much light transmission you want to allow. AKA- how much tint on the lens do you want. You can transmit anywhere between 22-83% light transmission(VLT). The ones I wore all week were 28% light transmission. So, a decent amount of tint. I thought it was the perfect amount. I like little tint in my goggles anyway. Choose how much lens tint you want when ordering. These are 28% VLT If you've ever been to Moab you know it's mostly rock, at least the fun stuff for bikes to ride is. The goggles didn't seem to move on my face when bouncing along over the rocks. That was nice. Sometimes the face of the goggle will slip and slide with your helmet and that can be frustrating depending on when it happens. Im not sure if its the wide 50mm strap or the silicone coating doing the work but its nice not to have any movement. 50mm strap with anti-slip coating Triple layer foam was comfortable, even soaked in sweat I never felt like my field of view was restricted at all. I think the 170* field of vision is achieved by how rounded the goggles are coupled with how they cut the foam. The foam is cut out along your peripheral vision and opens your field of vision up. Thought that was a nice little differentiator from other goggles. We didn't need a roller system but for one section. There was a section that was non-stop riverbed crossings and me and the crew were all riding through throwing water and mud everywhere. We did manage to take come pictures of the system before we get everything filthy though! Roller system is additional $20 Pick your flavor One of the things we did not like was they are a bit heavier than some of the other goggles we have tested, like the Scott Prospect for example. Now, some people don't care about weight and it's never a concern and additional weight usually translates into additional structural strength. But we just know how they hold up long term just yet. All in all it was a good trip and we got some god use out of the goggles. Especially for the first generation of this goggle Leatt did a great job of understanding what consumer wants, like being able to wear glasses with the goggles, and strives to deliver that at a good price point. They are $79 retail & $99 with a roller system so not bad at all considering you can spend 2x that on other premium goggles. No real drama on the trip other than having a tire bead fail about 10 miles in on the first ride out! I put in mousses for Moab and the tire ended up failing on a mild rock face and would not hold the bead. Impromptu bike stand Had to put zip ties around tire so it would stay on the rim and then limped the bike back Not the best place for this to happen It was a great trip and we're already planning the next one! You can check these out on Leatt's website here. (We do not get anything if you order)
  5. Bryan Bosch

    Leatt GPX Pro Lite

    0 reviews

    The all new 2013 Leatt® Pro Lite is the lightest and most comfortable Leatt® yet! Leatt’s top of the line in neck braces, the chassis is made from 100% lightweight Aramid reinforced Carbon fiber. The ventilated chassis and padding plus the all new CoreFlex rear thoracic strut makes this brace a premium safety investment! Invented by motorcycle racer and trauma surgeon, Doctor Chris Leatt, and built around Leatt® Corporation’s patented Alternative Load Path Technology, this brace is CE certified as personal protection. Used and trusted by more world and national motorcycle, ATV, bicycle and snowmobile champions than all other neck braces combined. Leatt’s Pro Lite neck brace is a professional product for riders who take their riding and safety seriously. New, one piece, CoreFlex rear thoracic strut has independently flexing sides for improved comfort and fit New CoreFlex rear thoracic strut has built in fracture point designed to snap off in a severe crash New matte carbon finish New lower rear padding for improved helmet clearance New color coded rear thoracic strut angle wedges for easier angle adjustment New Rear thoracic strut can be set to -5°, 0°, 5°,10°and 15° for the perfect fit Lightweight aramid fiber reinforced carbon fiber matrix chassis. Ventilated chassis and padding on both front and rear. The greatest range of motion of any Leatt-Brace® Side mounted paramedical designed hinges that opens easy both left and right Open celled light weight removable & washable ventilated Velcro-free padding Engineered collarbone cutout to help keep your helmet and brace away from your most fragile bones Unique one piece rear thoracic strut designed to break away in severe impact scenarios Comes with optional harness system with quickrelease buckles On-board rear thoracic angle adjustment CE certified as personal protective Equipment 89/686/eec Replacement parts available Available in size small/medium or large/x-large
  6. hawaiidirtrider

    Leatt 5.5 chest protector?

    So how are these or the more expensive ones for sale. ..I was a bit concerned about how hot they might be. I don't wear a neck brace too ..just for info.. Any info would be great. I'm 6'1" 230lbs.. in case there are guys my size that have this.. or maybe something else with comparable coverage.. just for reference.
  7. 2 reviews

    Waterproof light Off-Road hydration > 2.0L Flat CleanTech bladder & 5L luggage > Unique chest harness for a rock solid fit with storage pockets including a cell phone pouch with touch screen functionality > Fully welded waterproof outer shell > Dual hydration tube exit for 2-way routing: > Over the shoulder or under arm > Removable tool roll > Heat reflective inner back panel to keep liquid cool or hot > Neoprene hydration pocket > Optimal AirLine back ventilation > Cargo and compression straps > Height adjustable harness for optimal load positioning on the back Size > One size fits XS-XXL Manufacturers website
  8. Bryan Bosch

    Leatt GPX 5.5 Carbon Helmet

    3 reviews

    Super lightweight Carbon off-road head and brain protection. Ground-breaking head and brain protection from Leatt®! This race-ready Carbon off-road, light weight and super ventilated helmet is equipped with 360 Turbine concussion and brain rotation safety technology that takes protection to a whole new level! Super lightweight Carbon off-road head and brain protection 360° Turbine Technology > Up to 30% reduction of head impact at concussion level > Up to 40% reduction of rotational acceleration to head and brain > Improves multiple-impact protection Reduced Outer Shell Volume > A smaller helmet shell reduces forces transferred to the neck > A 10% smaller shell transfers up to 20% less rotational forces to the head & brain 3D In-Molded V-Foam > Multi density V-shaped impact foam molded to the outer shell > Significantly reduces G-forces transferred to the head & brain > Increased absorption, slimmer and a stiffer structure than a normal helmet foam Optimal Neck Brace Compatibility > Specially designed helmet features and shape to take full advantage of the Leatt® neck brace design > Rear hyperextension impact platform with neck brace optimized shape Quattro Force Control: > Carbon matrix reduced outer volume shell in 3 sizes > 3D in-molded V-Foam for maximum energy absorption > 360° Turbine Technology for concussion level impact protection > 360° Turbine Technology for reduction of rotational acceleration Maximized Ventilation > Effective even at very low speeds > Optimized for off-road racing > Super lightweight and premium protection > Visor with breakaway function for rotational reduction in a crash > Low friction cheek pads for emergency removal > Hydration ready (with optional hands-free kit) > Moisture-wicking, breathable, antimicrobial and washable liner > Certified and tested to ECE2205/DOT, ACU Gold > Weight: From 1.285g (2.83 lbs) Sizing: #XS (53-54cm – 20 ¾ - 21 ¼ inches) #S (55-56cm – 21 5/8 - 22 inches) #M (57-58cm – 22 ½ - 22 ¾ inches) #L (59-60cm – 23 ¼ - 23 5/8 inches) #XL (61-62cm – 24 – 24 ½ inches) #XXL (63-64cm – 24 ¾ - 25 1/5 inches)
  9. All of us at Leatt are excited to bring you an awesome video recapping our official Media Launch for our brand new GPX Helmet. Nothing but good times were had in the amazing conditions at LACR last week. Along with our GPX 6.5 Carbon Helmet, the media was able to test our new DBX 4.0 Windblock Gloves and GPX 4.5 Lite Gloves. Unsurprisingly we received top class feedback, Check out all the action! For more info on the new Leatt GPX 6.5 Carbon Helmet, click HERE.
  10. Badass. $600 http://www.btosports.com/p/leatt-gpx-6-5-v-01-carbon-helmet?trk_msg=F8IP70B6FIC49CL58U8SK45QCO&trk_contact=88MLIKUSDN983O3S13IF74KA5C&utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=http%3a%2f%2fwww.btosports.com%2fp%2fleatt-gpx-6-5-v-01-carbon-helmet&utm_campaign=December2015&utm_content=Leatt_Helmets_12-12-2015
  11. Hey all, I'm debating for a decent set of knee/shin guards with a brace mechanism (not the full braces though). Was wondering if anyone had any opinions between the: Leatt Dual Axis Knee/Shin Guard (click here) Alpinestars SX-1 Knee Guards (click here) or any others? I think EVS makes decent ones, and Leatt also makes one that you can slip on. I'm just a casual trail rider, but want some good protection as I'm about to enter my 30s and missing work for injuries is not acceptable.
  12. I'm looking into Leatt chest protectors & neck braces, and I'm wondering whether anyone has any experience with the following two Leatt products. One is a body shirt that includes the same coverage as the Leatt Chest Protector 5.5 HD, but also has shoulder and elbow pads. The other is a chest protector with a fully integrated (non-removable) low profile neck brace in it. I'd appreciate feedback on these products including how warm the body suit might be vs. ease of having one shirt with three areas of protection, rather than wearing separate pieces for elbows, shoulders, etc. Also, I'm new to dirt and have never worn a neck brace so I would appreciate feedback on the pros and cons of having one that's integrated with a chest protector. Thanks in advance! http://www.leatt.com/shop/body-protection/upper-body-hard-shell/upper-body-hard-shell-adult/body-protector-5-5.html http://www.leatt.com/shop/body-protection/upper-body-hard-shell/upper-body-hard-shell-adult/fusion-3-0-adult.html
  13. Most of you saw the helmet giveaway but you may have missed this, they are giving away their GPX 5.5 Lite gloves. LINK
  14. My Suspicions exactly...... Read on KTM factory rider Isidre Esteve Pujol of Spain underwent surgery on Friday in Barcelona, Spain to stabilize a spinal injury sustained during a high speed crash last weekend. The Spanish rider was injured while competing in the Spanish All Terrain Rally. Specialists Dr. Villanova and Dr. Meir have reported after the operation that the level of injury to the 7th and 8th vertebrae was such that the rider has suffered paralysis from the waist down. They must now wait for inflammation to subside from the spinal column to establish if any further treatment is at all possible. The situation must be considered serious and it is too early to tell if certain experimental treatments for spinal injuries being conducted in the USA and Canada will be able to help the injured rider. Esteve was wearing a neck brake, which is effective against neck injuries and a strong back protector but tragically, because of the nature of the crash, neither protective device was able to prevent this particular type of spinal injury. KTM's Motor Sports Consultant and former motocross world champion Heinz Kinigadner visited Esteve in hospital shortly after the accident and said that considering the serious situation, the rider was in relatively good spirits. He is able to speak, breathe and eat independently and was able to explain exactly how the accident happened. "Esteve was riding a 525 racing machine, not a rally bike," Kinigadner said. "He was traveling through a dry river bed at quite high speed when he hit a large rock. He was able to lift the front wheel but then lost control and shot over the handlebars." "Esteve never lost consciousness," Kinigadner reported. "He thinks that that bike may have fallen on top of him but he is not sure. But he was aware from the moment of impact that the injury was a serious one." Both KTM and sponsor Galoisses are standing by to offer Esteve whatever support is possible, Kinigadner said. This report was found on Cyclenews.com on 3-30-07
  15. Bryan Bosch

    Leatt Chest Protector PRO

    2 reviews

    Quick Overview Leatt®’s top of the line chest protector. The Chest Protector PRO has been designed to integrate perfectly with all Leatt neck braces although it works equally well without a neck brace. Exclusive BraceOn™ elastic strap system attaches the protector to the Leatt® brace yet provides independent movement of body, brace and chest protector. Redesigned for 2013 using Leatt’s 3DF foam this protector is now the lightest outside worn chest protector (with shoulder and upper arm guards) to pass the two highest levels of CE, front and rear, impact protection. Product Description Leatt®’s top of the line chest protector. The Chest Protector PRO has been designed to integrate perfectly with all Leatt neck braces although it works equally well without a neck brace. Exclusive BraceOn™ elastic strap system attaches the protector to the Leatt® brace yet provides independent movement of body, brace and chest protector. Redesigned for 2013 using Leatt’s 3DF foam this protector is now the lightest outside worn chest protector (with shoulder and upper arm guards) to pass the two highest levels of CE, front and rear, impact protection. • The back of protector meets the highest impact CE approval, CE EN 1621-2, Level 2 • Chest protector impact tested and CE certified to prEN 1621-3 level 2 • Extremely high impact testing results achieved by use of Leatt’s new 3DF foam in front and back • Unbelievably light for all that protection at only 2.6 pounds (1150 grams) • Close fitting allows for over or under the jersey use • Made with High Density Poly Ethylene (HDPE) hard shell outer shield and washable biofoam • 7 front and rear venting slots help keep rider cool helps keep rider cool • Adjuster bolts allow for different length both front and back for personalized fit • Front and rear removable plates allow brace to fit close to body • Adjustable arm and chest straps for great fit • Removable shoulder and upper arm guards • Fits riders from 54 to 109kgs (120-240 pounds.)
  16. Bryan Bosch

    Leatt GPX 5.5 Lite Gloves

    3 reviews

    Vented Off-Road glove with optimum protection. Our maxed out glove when it comes to bike feel and protection. Imagine the softest, slimmest glove palm ever and CE certified impact protection so well engineered that you can not feel it. Uniquely engineered vented off-road glove for maximum riding comfort with NanoGrip Aramid fiber reinforced palm and CE Certified impact protection at knuckles, fingers, thumb and upper hand. Vented Off-Road glove with optimum protection CE tested and certified as Personal Protective Equipment 89/686/EEC CE tested as impact protection: > Knuckle prEN 13594:2014 3D molded self-locating Armourgel impact protection for: > Knuckles > Fingers & thumb > Upper hand NanoGrip palm: > Ultra-thin for maximum bike feel > Nano fiber technology 7.500 thinner than hair > Very stretchy and flexible > Premium dry and wet grip > Touch screen function > Aramid reinforced palm protection > Pre-curved snug fit seamless palm > Micro injected cuff restraint > Multi-ply Nylon thread stitching > Size: XS-XXL
  17. All, I"m sure a few of y'all have run into the scenario when you first put on a Leatt and decided it wouldn't work with your chest protector. So, I'm curious which models you went with. I know Leatt makes some specifically suited for this, but I'd like to get real world opinions on what has worked best for them. I ride trails with lots of loose stones but its also hot and I want to find a good compromise between protection and air flow. Thanks in advance!! GP
  18. 1 review

    Building on the legacy of the iconic H2 pack, the A2 takes over as the hydration king of 2 hour offroad races. The new 3.0L/100oz Hydrapak/USWE Shape-Shift Bladder keeps water from sloshing around while its super wide opening makes it easy to add ice and turn inside-out for cleaning. > 3.0L/100oz, Reusable Hydrapak Elite bladder > Perfect fit with or without a Leatt neck brace > Body harness for optimal body fit and sizing. > Hoses and mouth piece in high grade silicone. > Aluminum foil back cover keeps your liquid cooler
  19. So after all my research on what gear would best protect me during my mixed surface dual sport rides (30 miles of pavement to endless dirt roads and trails etc) I decided on the leatt 5.5 hd pro since it has the rib protection and seems super solid for pavement as well (with appropriate abrasion shell) I just got my first bike and have barely been off road. I have been gathering the gear so I can start getting out there and learning with the confidence that I am fully geared up. Since this piece of the gear puzzle will be missing until mid-April I was wondering what you guys might suggest! I was thinking of just getting a cheap roost guard or something of the likes until the leatt gets in but am wondering if that is just a waste of money for my purposes. Please let me know what you think about this situation, almost all my other gear will be here next week and it's supposed to be in the 60's and 70's! Thanks for the help as always
  20. Bryan Bosch

    Leatt Coolit Evaporative Cooling Vest

    2 reviews

    COOLIT EVAPORATIVE COOLING VESTS & TEES Supercharge your body’s natural cooling system. At Leatt® we take pride in our safety products, and as riders and racers ourselves, we also know there is a need for some performance enhancing products. The Coolit vests and Coolit tees are our first combination performance enhancing/safety products. Riders need to stay cool while riding. As your core temperature rises your body loses function and you can’t ride as well. This is the beginning of heat stoke which, quite tragically, can kill riders in extreme circumstances. The Coolit vests and tees rely on the Hyperkewl™ material, invented by Techniche International, to absorb, store and release water over time. Worn next to the skin to, initially, keeps you cool by the coolness of the water and, later, by the evaporation process. The stretchable panels are made of moisture wicking fabric to further enhance the Coolit’s evaporation feature. Both the vest version and the tee version are light, cool, inexpensive, and effective. The tee version adds critical cooling to the blood supply running up your arm inside the bicep area. > Beat the heat and ride faster and safer > Feel up to 15- 20°F cooler > Soak for a minimum of 2 minutes in cool water > Recharge your vest by re-soaking during the day > Lasts 1-6 hours depending on weather conditions > Cool yourself before you ride or while you ride > Moisture cool wicking fabric to help keep rider cool > Easy to wear zip-up design should be worn next to the skin, under all other gear > Up to 300% more evaporative cooling fabric coverage than other cooling vests > Hyperkewl™ is made from a multifiber polymer embedded fabric > Soak the vest and throw it in the fridge to get an initial deep chill before you ride > Evaporative cooling products are worn by athletes around the world to improve performance > Combination of fabrics creates a water management system that helps to keep you cool
  21. There is a lot of debate about neck braces these days. I think that's a good thing. Turns out I have my own little micro-study of safety equipment going on, which today included another test of the 6D (no concussion, as usual, and no surprise there) and a Leatt GPX Pro Lite. Big surprise with the Leatt. If any coaches out there would be willing to comment on the crash, it would be welcome (seriously), but that isn't the point here. I think as kids start getting faster, they start putting themselves in harm's way much more quickly than we can keep up. There were a couple of crashes today by other kids, and I hope all were OK. I know my son was fine. I originally inspected the Leatt after the crash and was kind of annoyed that the clasp broke off. I figured it was designed to do that, and it probably couldn't be replaced (according to our neighbors at the track) and that was that. Nothing serious. Then I looked closer and noticed the whole brace was destroyed. I put white marker on the two parts of the brace that snapped and took some pics. I also noticed the thoracic strut was cracked, right where it should be, and the back helmet support was snapped clean. How much force did that thing absorb? Enough, in this case. The focus of the crash was on the front top right of the head. The 6D shows that clearly, and it needs to be sent in. I will let you know about that. The Leatt is roasted. The controlled destruction of that thing is remarkable. So that's my latest addition to our group knowledge of the subject. I do wish in some ways (particularly financially, lol) that I did not have as much to add on these subjects, but I also know I am not alone. I lost count of how many parents and riders told me today that the brace did exactly what it was supposed to do. Others shared similar experiences. One guy said "Yup, same thing happened to my boy. Bought him another one and didn't even think about it." I get that. Here is the video of the crash and the pics of the brace. I also just added this link to YouTube if you can't access the video below: [/url]
  22. I'm having a hard time choosing a neck brace. I've always wore a GPX Leatt, not sure model type, just know it's an older GPX. I race harescrambles and motocross but I'm getting out of harescrambles next year. I also wear a Leatt Adventure Body Protector because I'm all about safety I'm not trying to spend over $400. So what neck brace would you recommend?
  23. Yamiha97

    Atlas Vs Leatt

    After riding fore a few years now, ive decided that its time to get a neck brace. Better safe than sorry. At the moment i am primarily looking at these two braces, Atlas carbon and Leatt GPX 5.5. Anyone have personal experience with these two, and do you feel that one is any better than the other. From what i can find they are about the same price, around $500. I know, prices are stupid high in Canada compared to the states. At first i was dead set on one of the Atlas braces; but the more i looked into this leatt brace the more i wasn't sure what to do. Any opinions or advise on these braces would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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