If you hear the words dual sport and automatically start thinking about your next adventure, you’re definitely a free spirit who loves to live life to its fullest. Make sure that when you’re out on your bike, you’re safeguarding your life with top-grade dual sport armor to ensure that your adventures never end. Body armor and other protective gear is no joke and can make a world of difference in the case of a bad spill.
Of course, everyone’s tastes are a little different with the gear they choose to wear, and it’s no different with chest protectors and protection jackets. That’s why we’ve got over 100 products for your consideration . Just remember to keep your safety needs at the top of your mind while shopping. It’s important to get gear that will offer appropriate protection according to your riding habits.
We carry many roost deflectors that are the ideal solution when you’re looking for chest protectors, especially if you find yourself on the trail more often than not. They offer a layer of security that allows you to focus on the technical aspects of the ride and enjoy the scenery without worrying about the stray rock that your buddy up ahead might kick up. You only need a good chest protector once to be glad you have it – or to regret that you don’t.
If you’re the type that really enjoys mixing up riding on pavement in order to get to your next trail, you can’t fool around with your protective gear. You’ve got to identify armor that will offer sufficient protection regardless of where you’re riding. Full body armor sets or pressure suits are the only way to go in this case. Make sure to use the body armor filter on the left side of the page if you believe this appropriately matches your needs.
We have several different types of dual sport chest protectors and protection jackets to ensure that you get exactly the amount of protection that you need. We have a number of roost deflectors that are perfect for a good level of protection for your chest and torso. We have individual back protectors as well. More extensive options are also available, including vests or even full jackets that feature built-in support and guards for premium protection. And with brands like Leatt, Alpinestars, EVS, Fox Racing and more, you know that quality is our priority.
Dual sport riding is a lot of fun, but that doesn’t mean you should mess around when it comes to finding the right gear and armor. Pick up a set today to be able to keep riding without worry.
PHIL in MN
Tried on Thor, Leatt, EVS, and Fox. Fox sport jacket felt the best and fit the best but I just can't do the unbelievably long back protection. And my torso is actually quite long so I don't know who that would work for.... I'm 6' 1" 180lbs and probably would have gone a size smaller if I was using it for dirt bike only but I use it for snowmobiling as well and going smaller wouldn't allow for any additional layers. Breast pieces are just a bit too wide for me and rub on my are when standing on bike. I'll have to wear it with a shirt underneath to make it more comfortable. Venting is quite good though and I do like the hard plastic for impacts.Read All Reviews
JEFF in CA
Did research on all different guards.This one seemed to be what I wanted .I'm 6'1 @ 200. Actually a bit too wide, kind of flat,Doesn't curve around or fit well .Wasn't a good fit with Atlas neck brace. Probally more protection than I needed. Returning and doing more homework.Read All Reviews
LW222 in SC
Very nice comfortable and cool as long as you're moving. The zipper is not much quality. Had problems from the start trying to get it to start and zip. Fox could do a better job and hopefully they will on this. Would I buy it again most definitely.Read All Reviews
don in WA
Purchased because it seemed to offer a high level of protection and also covered the lower ribs (which is rare). Unfortunately like most of my other Leatt purchases the construction and quality is sub-par, especially considering the price. The mesh fabric of which all the armor is loosely sewn to rips very easily. Mine ripped in several places just from putting it in/taking it off. If you wear this without a jersey it’ll likely get snag and something quickly and rip extensively. The zipper is awkward and too tight putting undo strain on the already weak stitching in the area when zipping up. Finally, as mentioned before, the stitching attaching the armor to the mesh is as weak/weaker than the fabric it attaches to. My left shoulder pad completely ripped off and now must be affixed with zip-ties. Maybe a seamstress can fix this but most likely they’ll turn the job away as there’s no suitable fabric to attach to. Buying Alpinestars nextRead All Reviews