Few companies are as accomplished and qualified as Chris Leatt’s Leatt. It all started in the early 2000s when Leatt and his son witnessed a fatal accident at their local motocross track. A general practitioner and racer himself, Leatt used his expertise and insight to innovate the safety product that got his company on the radar in 2004 – a neck brace. Leatt has been around ever since, setting new standards of protection for the industry.
Today, Leatt is still revered for their neck braces, but has expanded their scope to include more riding gear like pants, jerseys, helmets, gloves, goggles, and more, along with accessories like gear bags and riding backpacks.
Safety is still a top priority for the company, too. In 2008, the company launched their revolutionary Leatt Lab, a state-of-the-art testing center complete with unprecedented prototyping equipment and an educated and dedicated R&D team. Every product that carries the Leatt name goes through that lab, ensuring that their safety gear and other riding gear is prepared for every situation on the track.
Leatt isn’t taking any chances, so neither should you. For industry-leading protection and top-of-the-line quality, shop our collection of Leatt riding gear and accessories.
Kevin in FL
The protection seems solid, and comfort is fine only issue I'm having 8 months in is durability. The joints on both braces seem a little sloppy and have spots that catch making the brace have a sticking point its not enough to turn me off to the product but enough to be a nuisance. Overall decent productRead All Reviews
Ben in CA
I'm 6'1" 180lbs with a 40" chest and tried both a L and XL. The size chart goes by height and says I should have an XL. The difference between the L and XL protectors is minimal, I didn't notice any difference really, but the XL shirt part was way too loose on me. The shirt has a lot of stretch and you want it to be snug so the pads stay in place properly. I ended up keeping the L because the shirt fit much better and I don't feel like the size L protector is too short for my height at all. If you're between sizes or unsure recommend sizing down especially if you're skinny. You can adjust the velcro straps on the protector but there's no adjustment in the shirt.Read All Reviews
Jean in DE
They provide good protection and don't slip while riding, they fit nice and looks good quality but after a long ride it began to feel pain in the knees. If you are looking for a knee guard with good protection but no the comfiest, you are good to go But it you are looking for a comfy knee guard, this is not your pick!Read All Reviews