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.
roscoe in IN
Bought this chest protector to go with the A-star neck brace. I've been wholly underwhelmed by it since day one and after two years now I mostly wear my old Fox chest protector especially in warm weather. The good first. excellent impact resistance, very heavy duty front, rear and side protection. Works well with A-star neck brace. The bad. Interferes with movement of arms, poor design of shoulder area. Back too long and interferes with pants. Front doesn't conform to the body and feels weird especially when sitting on bike. Very hot and offers little to no ventilation. I will be looking elsewhere next time I'm in the market for body armor.Read All Reviews
Timothy in MO
Great designed product but poorly constructed. First one I received the material under the arms tore and the zipper on the elbow pads broke. Contacted Leatt and returned item for replacement. I have worn the new one 2 times and the stitching is coming apart on some of the pads. I love the design and the protection it affords but I wish it was constructed better. It is also very hot to ride in but a trade off for better rib protection.Read All Reviews
Caleb in OR
It is comfortable but the shoulder pads are a little bulky when the collar bone pads are installed which require lock tight. Wearing long-sleeved under armor makes the vest much easier to remove. If it last more than five seasons I will be impressed.Read All Reviews
Robert in WA
It does have one edge that pokes me near the collarbone when I'm wearing a backpack over it, and the arm protectors seem a little small/awkward, but I crash tested it at the track and it held up, no cracks or broken straps and the arm pads definitely helped reduce bruising. Good quality, and it looks cool. I would buy another.Read All Reviews
Tim in AZ
works great a lil hard at first with wearing a back pack but figured out how to get both to work and best thing of all I can race my friend with out worrying about getting hit with rocks, also don't have to worry about cactus as much nowRead All Reviews