Timothy in WA
OK, as the name implies I have 6 riders....4 of us race harescrambles, the two youngest are 9 and 7 and both have different neck braces. My 9 yo has a Leatt Fusion...I like this set up, it is a quality piece of gear with excellent protection.....no complaints about this at all. My 7 yo, who just started racing has this Atlas neck brace. Our decision between the two had to do with the kids body size. I couldn't justify a Fusion for the youngest as the body armor part doesn't fit him quite right. This Atlas fits him great and as he grows, I only need to buy new body protection. This should last him for many years. The fit is excellent, ease of set up is excellent as well. One very nice thing about the Atlas is that it doesn't limit needed range of movement of his head (he can look around as needed). The Leatt does limit some movement of the head. Hopefully he never tests it, but he did crash A LOT at his last race and the brace never seemed to move (w/o straps) or get in his way. Light, (seemingly) comfortable, he LIKES it---which means he'll wear it---Overall a really good buy! I'd recommend it to anyone in the market for a neck brace. My oldest also has an Atlas, I am next to get one as I really dislike my Leatt, I didn't even wear it (my Leatt) at my last race.Read All Reviews
Timothy in WA
The helmet is light, and fits well. Safety is pretty good on these and they look good too. My son seems to like it and has no complaints. The helmet sizing is larger than other brands (my son doesn't even fit in a Fox youth helmet) so watch for that. Overall I'm happy with this helmet, albeit it hasn't been crash tested yet (thankfully).Read All Reviews
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