Whether on the track or trail, don’t go unprotected. ATV chest protectors not only protect from roost thrown up by other machines, they can also save you from the pain of that unexpected branch around the corner or that fall you didn’t plan on.
Fortunately, there are plenty of options. Many chest protectors are designed to fit over your jersey, and they are built to look great as well as offer the fortification you need. But not all of them are designed this way, so if you don’t like the idea of obstructing your jersey, don’t sweat it. We also have roost deflectors that can fit underneath your jersey.
Today’s technology enables chest protectors the ability to offer an exceptional level of protection without restricting movement or otherwise making you feel uncomfortable. We’ve got the top brands that are known for quality, including Leatt, EVS, Fox Racing, Thor and many others. Take a look to see for yourself.
Alex in California
Nice armor, with a couple flaws (I have about 40hrs of use on mine): - Comfortable, protective, doesn't interfere with movements. - Velcro on the kidney belt lost its bite, it's not replaceable, Fox said they can't do anything as it's out of warranty. - Triangular buckles that connect shoulders to chest/back protectors get lose and keep coming off. - Kidney belt and torso portion overlap and get into each other. - Back protector extends below the belt line and is too bulky to fit into pants, so you can't tuck in your jersey (assuming you wear it on top of the armor).Read All Reviews
Fabian Carrasco in Florida
Even though I havent tested on a crash or fall yet, the RAPTOR chest protector seems to have a very good protection rate. But, I don´t find it the most comfortable chest protector, especially where the screws hold the shoulder protection, they are prominent and I´m afraid they might cause injury on the event of a crash. I can tell this, because after a few hours of riding with my camelback on, I can reallly feel the screws on my collarbones. The worst is quality, I just took the chest protector out of the box for sizing and one of the screws I mentioned above came broken, so I took that part off and started riding just with one shoulder protector, after less than ten minutes riding in the bush, the plastic that holds the shoulder protector broke, without having any crash... After all this, I replaced both shoulder protectors, and they havent last more than a week, so I had to attach some plastic belts to hold them.Read All Reviews