Do you thrive on the rush of adrenaline you get in every epic moto battle? Suit up for your race with a motocross chest protector or set of body armor. If you do, you’ll be ready to enter the thick of the action at any moment. When you’re tearing up the track in the middle of a race, you don’t want anything stopping you from gaining ground on your competition and passing them up. Don’t allow their roost to deter you. When you’re wearing a roost deflector, you can focus on the task at hand – winning – rather than worry about what the bike in front of you might fling up.
When we set out to build our inventory of motocross chest protectors and armor, we made sure to gather a wide variety of options to accommodate as many riders as possible. You’re welcome to browse our selection to see exactly what is available, but you also might want to utilize the filters on the left side of the page. For example, you can narrow your options just to those products that offer complete body armor, conveniently fit under your jersey or thoughtfully accommodate neck braces for a more complete level of protection. You can also filter by size or color to make sure that you find something that will both fit your body and complement your existing motocross gear.
We carry a number of excellent brands that are known for safety: EVS, Leatt, Fox, Alpinestars, Fly and many others. We stock a variety of styles, ensuring that you find exactly the right level of protection you want with a look that you can be proud of. We’ve assembled a large selection of motocross chest protectors to ensure that you aren’t just getting the protection you need; you’re also getting the choices you crave.
And if you’re concerned about a particular product’s fitment or level of protection, just take a moment to read the customer reviews. There’s nothing quite like learning from a fellow motocross racer’s experience. Check them out now!
Shawn in NY
Great product, the side straps Are higher on the chest protector so they cinch right tight to your body excellent protects you and your gear comes with a bladder wrapped hose, back pack straps, everything you need. Like the recon-mid sized.Read All Reviews
Jason in CA
Very robust, more of a chest protector than a roost guard but its still very light feeling. Great mobility while wearing it, I hardly noticed I had it on. Plus its pretty well ventilated too. Great piece of gear to have if your into chest protectors.Read All Reviews
Christian in CO
the Leatt. I wanted to like this (and keep it) as it looks great, is light weight, feel like it could breathe well. But when comparing it to the Leatt, the 5.5 HD felt like it would protect better, with better coverage along the ribs, shoulders, back (everywhere) and thicker armor. The Leatt kind of envelopes you and the A10 kind on sits on top of you. Some of the edges and one rivet point were digging in uncomfortably on the A10. The A10 back coverage does not go down as far either. The A10 does not accommodate my braces (Leatt and Atlas), except for wearing they on top of the armor, which is uncomfortable. The Leatt holds the 5.5 brace perfectly. The A10 shoulder pads seem durable and mounted securely, whereas those from Leatt not connected as well. An extra $20 and trip to seamstress should fix this. Now the Leatt will likely be hotter, but I wanted extra protection as I'm sitting here recovering from shoulder slamming into road base from a low side. The Leatt shoulder cups are definitely better coverage. Didn't mean this to be a comparison between the two but hopefully this will help someone. All that being said I think the A10 will be just fine for those looking for more minimal, lightweight coverage. It is constructed well, breathes, and is light.Read All Reviews
Dwayne in MN
I sold my Thor mesh shirt version for this. After falling with my rib cage on a tree stump, I really appreciate the rib protectors. Shoulder pads work great as well. I wear it on the outside of my Jersey, which looks just fine. The venting is quite nice if you can keep your speed up. I can imagine anywhere out west it would be fabulous. Much of my riding is in the deep, humid woods of MN. 2nd gear will be the first gear worn out on my Bike!Read All Reviews