Riding base layer underwear that add comfort for the long rides.
Eric in AL
They do the job, but I'm going to try the higher end ones next. These have really poor stitching holding the pads in place, and mine have all came apart letting the pads float around in-between the two layers.Read All Reviews
Chad in GA
There are some premium armored shorts. They seem like they will hold up well and have protection in all the right spots. I am 5'10 160 and bought a medium my legs are pretty athletic so I was a little concerned they would be too tight around the lower thigh but they fit with not issues. They don't interfere with the fitment of my knee braces. No falls yet but the padding is just enough with you being bulky or hot. They prob have shorts with more protections but this are the best compromise.Read All Reviews
David in WV
I have several pieces of Leatt gear including neck brace, 3DF padded body protector, and Fusion 3 vest. I think they are generally well thought out and constructed. However, their garment line needs work. Although these shorts will provide adequate protection, the stitching came apart after the first ride. I could hear the seems tear and split as I put them on. The same thing happened to my 3DF upper body protector. The zipper also failed and required a trip to a local seamstress for a more heavy duty and permanent repair. Something else to consider is that these are constructed from a very fine mesh. If you never wear these in public, fine. But if you're the sort of person to load your bike in your truck, take off your boots and pants and wear the shorts home, then be careful. In the right light and angle, you could be putting on an embarrassing display.Read All Reviews