Leatt had a variety of new products on display at Eurobike this year. They’ve revamped their neck braces a bit and have introduced new Leatt-Brace compatible armor as well as 3DF knee and elbow guards.
The new neck braces include the Pro Lite Carbon Fiber model (center), Comp 4 (right), Ride 4 (Left). The Pro Lite Carbon is reconstructed and cheaper as construction costs have been reduced. Down from $699 to $499. It and the Comp 4 get a new split-design Core Flex thoracic section for additional comfort. The front portion is also split for additional comfort.
Leatt 2013 Braces
The Ride 4 is the entry level Leatt option for riders and takes queues from the more expensive Comp and Pro options but with a more budget oriented feature list. It still gets the core flex back pannel and stays at the $299 price point.
Leatt’s take on neck impacts were displayed centrally to these three neck braces
Moving on to the Leatt 3D Foam (3DF) equipment include body as well as Knee and Elbow guards. The 3DF is designed to be flexible but also take impacts well
Additional soft shell style options are available with the 3DF as well for various Leatt compatible upper body protection.
Various options are available for more or less coverage depending on your preferences.
3DF Body Armor
If hard shell plastic is more your style, Leatt also has you covered there