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.
JEFF in CA
I don't ever ride without wearing this no matter the weather. I'm a vet rider and can't afford to have little injuries ruin my riding day. This deflector completely covers your ribs and spine and come with excellent shoulder cups. The fit is modular and with a little bit of time can be adjusted perfectly. You are wearing body armor it reduces airflow a lot which can make it pretty hot on summer days in the desert. After getting it adjusted well I never notice I have it on when I ride. Nothing sticks out or rubs or does anything weird. Tipovers are a pleasure if you are wearing this.Read All Reviews
Jack in VA
I got the large and was a little worried. I'm 6'2", with an athletic build at 220lbs. The size chart says it fits most riders 100-200lbs but when I got it, the fit was spot on. Quality and looks are top notch, very happy with the chest armor.Read All Reviews
JOE in CA
Bought this thinking it would be a cheaper version of the zac speed pack. I should have spent the extra cash on a zac pack. It's a hydro pack with a chest plate and shoulder cups attached to it.this makes it difficult to put on and remove since it has shoulder straps too. Also the shoulder guards are too far back making them useless. The water bladder lasted about three rides before it sprung a leak. Disappointed!Read All Reviews