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Protective Gear

Jerseys, jackets, pants, and boots – they all provide protection on your ride, but did you know there is still more you can do to avoid serious injury? Protective gear is a great addition to every riding ensemble, greatly enhancing your safety and security.

When it comes to protective gear, there are a lot of options. A great thing about the additional security is that it applies to a wide variety of activities. So, if you indulge in more than one type of riding, you can utilize some of the same gear – protection is protection. With base-layer shorts and shirts, body armor, protection jackets, and vests, you can pick the most comfortable and effective method for you personally. Another great benefit of protective gear is that most parts can be easily replaced. We stock and ship several brands of knee/elbow reinforcers, hip protectors, elbow armor, etc., so browse our collection if you’re ever looking to update your gear. The simple, extra layer could make all the difference in an accident.

Staying safe on your ride is all about being prepared, so take some time today to get familiar with our selection of protective gear. Reliable and durable, any new gear you order from Rocky Mountain ATV/MC will have you feeling comfortable and secure, ready to handle the unexpected twists and turns of your ride.

Latest Protective Gear Reviews – You could win up to $500 for reviewing products!

  • Moose Racing XC1 Body Armor

    Steven in OK

    Fits a big guy

    I’m 6’3” and 290 lbs with a 54 inch chest. The XC1 fits like a glove and all the pads are in the correct position. The first day I rode with it I had a nasty fall on the side of a rocky hill landing on my shoulder and head. I would have probably broken something if I wasn’t wearing the XC1. It’s comfortable and seems to breath well. I’m never riding without it.

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  • Troy Lee 7855 Protective Long Sleeve Shirt

    CHUCK in FL

    very nice product

    This is a very good shirt with lots of protection covering all your upper body and arms. Built in arm and elbow guards and many of the panels have an impact plastic shell for extra protection. No zipper and very hard to get off, I suggest wearing a light T shirt with air vent holes cut out and now, this will slide off after riding.

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  • Leatt 3DF AirFit Hybrid Body Protector

    Scott in IL

    tight

    It was to tight for my fat gut to zip up on the side. I weigh 253 today.

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  • Alpinestars Bionic Action Protection Jacket

    tommy in VA

    NOT MADE FOR MOTOCROSS

    I purchased this because i am a vet rider who wants the extra protection. this product is extremely uncomfortable. I purchased the Large. I am 6'2" 180 lbs. first issue was arm pump, the sleeves are very tight on your arms so i cut the sleeves off, problem solved, until i tried it without the sleeves. you simply cannot breathe well in it and it restricts your mobility. i would not recommend the for motocross. i would go with the A1 or something similar. this product is too tight fitting! I used it twice.

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  • Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket Body Armor 2019

    Mark in WA

    Looks great

    Nice for the money but like most of them it runs smaller than I think it should

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  • Leatt 5.5 Body Protector

    Kenneth in CO

    Okay Chest Protector, not as good as Fox Titan and ...

    I used a Fox Titan sport jacket/ballistic jersey for years and still have it. Hands down it is better quality, more heavy duty than the Leatt 5.5 and for less money. The reason I bought the Leatt is because I broke a rib in 2019 and this one has side protection. I read all the reviews which most complained about quality, and ordered it online anyway. When I received it, I saw what they meant. It still is a useable jacket/protector. The biggest difference you notice right off is the mesh is lightweight compared to the Fox, more of a jersey than a jacket. It does stretch quite a bit, and seems like less of a protection and more just to position the armor on your body. As others have said, the mesh and zipper that zips up the side feel like they won't last long. Nobody seems to like the sleeves that unzip right at the elbow, sometimes when you don't want them to. I have found that if I'm careful putting it on, they stay zipped while I'm riding. After wearing it on 8-10 rides, my biggest complaint was the kidney belt barely will stay fastened. Often you can feel it popping loose, which makes it kind of worthless. This is because the Velcro fastener has a very small surface area, also it is an inferior type of Velcro with very little holding power. I wrote to Leatt and they said they would consider doing something about it, but after several months gave up. So I decided to do something about it. I bought 2 inch wide industrial strength Velcro, which you can get at places like Lowes for $3-10, depending on the length. The plastic hook side of the Velcro, which is about 1.75 inches wide, seems identical to the industrial Velcro, so I left that as is and added another 2 inch wide band. The loop side (the fuzzy component) of the belt, which is some kind of fabric, as I said is not adequate, so I covered that with two 2 inch wide bands, for a total of 4 inches of hook and loop material on each side of the belt. You peel the backing of the Velcro and stick it on. I pressed it very hard over the entire surface to bed it into the fabric and so far it seems to be holding just fine. If I have problems later on with it coming unstuck, I will take it to a leather shop and have them sew it on, or try using heavy duty fabric cement. But so far it is working great and may outlast the rest off the jersey.

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