The ultimate protector in leatt’s protection line. The body protector features near 360° of plating and armour with the added benefits of a kidney belt and perfectly integrating with any Leatt-brace®. Leatt’s patent pending BraceOn strap systems holds the neck brace to the body protector yet allows them to move independently. Comfortable, free flowing mesh body holds the armour plates where they are needed most.
At Leatt® we’re serious about protection! Our super comfortable protection wear not only offers perfect integration with the Leatt-brace®, it also comes standard with CE-level protection and our exclusive braceon™ elastic strap system, that attaches the protector to the Leatt-brace®, yet provides independent movement of body, brace and protector. The result is a sum greater than its parts and allows you to focus on what’s important…winning!
Leatt Body Protector Technology:
BraceOn: Leatt®’s patent pending braceon strap system holds the brace to the protector yet still allows them to move independently from each other.
Leatt Neckbrace Ready: Specifically designed to provide the ideal integration with your Leatt-brace® with engineered cut-outs to accommodate the brace. Chest protector adjusters: click-in adjusters provide a secure fit.
Leatt Adventure Body Protector Specifications:
Designed to fit perfectly with any Leatt-brace®
Shoulder and elbow guards meet CE safety approval en 1621-1
Back protector meets CE safety approval en 1621-2, level 2
Front of protector meets the new CE safety approval PR.EN 1621-3
Fully articulating back protector plates are comfortable and allow a great range of movement
Cool, comfortable and breathable mesh
Body holds armour in place
Zip off sleeves allows rider to remove lower arm/elbow guards
Removable kidney belt can be adjusted in height for individual fit
Rated 4 out of 5 by Tazz Great product
Feels very comfortable, thick pads, easy to put on and off, plenty of airflow and solid chest,
Had a massive stack wearing this landing hard on my chest shoulder and then back, and walked away fine with only a crack in the shoulder plastic.
Had a similar but lesser crash to this without armour, ended up spending 2 nights in hospital with broken ribs, punctured lung and tearing something in my shoulder.
-Forearm protection, as they don't seem to sit tight, so i unzip them and use my TLD sleeves.
-Back protection doesn't go down low enough
25 July 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by SashaLike Броня
Заказал белого цвета. В белом фуле без джерси смотрится как штурмовик из Star Wars))) А на самом деле броня супер, тяжеловата и чуть сковывает с непривычки, но падаешь как в матрасе))) Спина закрывает все и торс так же. Съемные пластины спереди и сзади для шейного фиксатора тех же ребят. Пояс зачетный, и локти отстегиваются.
08 July 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Sizing is misleading
I'm 187cm and weight 85kg. According to Leatt's sizing info, I should wear XXL. However, L/XL is what fits me, so keep in mind the sizing on this item runs very large. Also the undershirt material is very sensitive to velcros, which tear the shirt easily if they come in contact with it.
30 May 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Good protection
Used for bmx-racing.Offers superior protection. Works ok with leatt brace. A little to bulky for bmx. keeps sliding upwards interfering with the brace.
Good product if you are attending a more static sport than bmx-racing.
15 May 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Overpriced
This fitted ok and is leatt compatible, however the quality is no better than 661 armour costing half the price. The only real selling point is the neck brace compatability. Very overpriced at £190.00
08 May 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Great Protection and a must if you own a Leatt Brace
I bought this last week to replace my POC VPD Spine Tee. Now I love the POC armour but it just wasn't compatible with the Brace.
This armour works great with the brace, they work together really well. I also inadvertently crash tested it on Friday too, it works well. I think that the armour actually protects you from the brace itself too, giving you a bit of extra padding over the shoulders where the brace sits.
I'm not quite sure how the hell you are supposed to wear anything over the top of it though?... I ended up wearing it over a t-shirt, which means that it gets messed up when you fall over. The problem is that it stretches the neck of whatever you are wearing, i'm sure I'll figure it out.
You also have to be careful with the velcro, if it touches the mesh material then it will mess it up pretty quick I'd imagine.
10 April 2012