Leatt DBX Ride Brace Armor and Pads

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Wearing a full-face helmet doesn?t make you impervious to serious, debilitating injuries. Decrease your chances of ending up a vegetable by adding a Leatt DBX Ride Brace to your protective gear. Designed to limit head and neck motion during impact and disperse the forces away from critical areas (like your vertebrae) to less-vulnerable ones, the DBX will help keep you out of the ER and on the bike.Adjustment-free medium riding position fits most ridersLow-profile shape compared to moto variants, for freedom-of-movement on the bikeMaterials are optimized for strength and shaped to reduce risk of sharp edges/protrusions during impactEngineered thoracic member keeps the brace in position, and gives during impact to protect the spineRear upper support gives way under severe loads, acting as a crumple zoneBio-foam absorbs shock and is replaceable and washable

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Leatt Brace DBX Comp 2 vs. DBX Ride 3

I don’t really know a lot about them, but I am thinking about getting a Leatt neck brace and looking at the DBX Comp 2 and the DBX Ride 3. It looks like the DBX Comp 2 is last years model and discontinued. The DBX Ride 3 is the current year, but a more economical version of the DBX Comp 3 and less ... Read More »

Leatt DBX Ride neck brace - head restriction

Hey Guys, I bought a Leatt DBX Ride from CRC and finally got it yesterday. Tested it on some steep sections near my place (short, near vertical, 3-4 meter "steps"), but was restricted with the backwards movment of my head. I think I'll have to fork out for the more expensive "Comp II". Is the ... Read More »

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