When you hop into your UTV for a trek across some gnarly terrain, it’s important to make sure that you’re ready for whatever may come your way. By design, UTVs already offer more protection than other powersport vehicles since they come stock with roll cages and seatbelts. But what if you’d like additional personal protection? UTV roost deflectors might be just the thing – especially if you don’t have a windshield on your machine. If you’re traveling along with a couple of buddies ahead of you, a roost deflector can keep you safe from any debris that they might kick up.
We’ve got a large variety of UTV roost deflectors, and we stock the big names you expect to see in this industry: Answer, EVS, Fox, Leatt, MSR, O’Neal, Scott, Six Six One, Thor and many others. While all of them have provided products that fulfill one primary function – chest protection – there are many different styles and designs to choose from. Some are flashy; some are subtle. Some are extensive; others are simple. Some are designed with a variety of additional features. But all of them do the job and do it well. Browse our selection today to see for yourself.
JOSHUA in UT
My first one lasted for at least 4 years and took some serious abuse. Comfortable, very breathable, and light weight. The spine protector breaths very well when wearing a backpack. It is nice to have all your upper pads together in one place so you are not looking for that always missing elbow pad. The most key feature of this jersey is the solid chest plate. A solid chest plate offers much more impact protection than one that zips up the middle. Would like to see kidney pads built into the waist belt though. However this jersey is tough and gets the job done for years of good use. 5 foot 9 160lbs sm/med is the size.Read All Reviews
Lee in OR
The velcro and zipper system leave a lot to be desired. The zipper is right down the middle of the armor and the velcro is starting to fade and not stick. The shoulder armor attaches to the main chest armor with straps and pin and triangle connectors. the Pin is always popping out of the triangle. I've given up on trying to keep it in there. The protection is pretty good and I wear it under an adventure jacket for dual sport or adventure rides.Read All Reviews
scott in PA
It's very comfortable when it's on but for slow technical riding it gets hot quick in the summer. I have a jersey and Camelbak on top and had to switch back to my Fox air frame roost guard so I think I need to look at the Leatt adventure chest protector for the summer months when doing single track. Over all I'm happy with it.Read All Reviews