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Leatt 3DF AirFit Body Protector
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Leatt 3DF AirFit Body Protector

Leatt’s top-of-the-line in soft body protection features lighter weight, more ventilation and an ultra secure strapping system. The perforated, multilayer, 3DF Airfit impact foam offers a soft and flexible fit, yet instantly transforms into a harder, energy-absorbing protector upon impact. This combination results in a comfortable fit that that forms to many body shapes and is CE certified on the chest, back, elbow and shoulder.

The Leatt 3DF AirFit Body Protector also features MoistureCool, a washable fabric that keeps the protectors in place, while wicking moisture away from the body to keep you cool. The body protector integrates perfectly with all Leatt neck braces or works equally well worn without a neck brace.

Leatt neck brace integration, great comfort, great fit, free flowing ventilation, impact tested and CE certified - all in one product.


  • Perforated, multilayer 3DF AirFit foam for a lighter, better fit and more ventilation
  • Back is impact tested and CE certified to EN1621-2, level 2
  • Chest is impact tested and CE certified to prEN1621-3, level 2
  • Elbows & shoulders are impact tested and CE certified to EN1621-1, level 1
  • MoistureCool wicking fabric helps keep you cooler
  • Elastic waist belt to give more secure protector positioning
  • Front protection for non-neck brace riders
  • Easy to wear, zip-up, compression sock design to maximize evaporation.
  • BraceOn flexible neck brace connection
  • Removable impact foam for easy washing


  • SM/MD 160-172cm (5’3”-5’8”)
  • LG/XL 172-184cm (5’8”-6’0”)
  • 2XL 184-196cm (6’0”-6’6”)
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM/MD 942491 5014101211 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG/XL 942492 5014101212 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 2XL 942493 5014101213 In Stock: Ships next business day


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Leatt 3DF AirFit Body Protector 4.8 5 18 18
Great protection and fit, variable airflow Love the fit of this Body Protector. It stretches out nicely and is easy to put on and take off. Love how it keeps the padding and armor in place where it should be. Only minor gripe I have is with the front armor plates. They come in multiple layers and each of them have holes to allow airflow, but it is almost impossible to reinsert and keep all the holes lined up. Thus, I know I'm not getting the fully benefit of the advertised airflow up front, if at all. Also, I really wish they would sell just the shirt so I could have an extra on hand for those long weekends of riding. However, I'm amazed at how fresh the material stays after a full, sweaty day of riding. You can definitely go 2-3 days before having to wash. Considering the level of protection and comfort provided by this suit, definitely recommend. November 24, 2015
Solid protection Not a bad peice of kit - It's great for summer riding where you'd typically give up most/all abrasion resistance so you can keep riding through the 40c summers you get here in Australia. I also wear it under jackets which i felt had poor armor and it does the job well - the armor itself is quite flexible and thin so it doesn't take up loads of space under a jacket. If you want to get a fashionable jacket to wear this under you still probably would need to size up the jacket however. I've not crashed in it, but i've no doubt it'd do it jobs well. I'm also quite tall and the back protector would provide me full coverage of my back. For reference i'm 6 foot 4. It really only fits well if you're fairly slim - I'm not over weight, but borderline (as per BMI) and i could certainly lose a couple of kg's to improve the fit. I wouldn't recommend if you're in the overweight or above bracket unless you're in there because you're a body builder or athlete. Size guide is pretty spot on. September 30, 2015
Good light protection Obviously it's not going to be the same as hard armor. But that is why this product shines. It's made of a stretchy yet durable fabric that holds all the armor in close to the body while allowing a lot of airflow through the perforated padding. Riding in 85 degrees with high humidity was actually comfortable, and when it gets cold out its easy to through a hoodie over it. 5'10" and 175 with broad shoulders/chest with a 31" waist and the L/XL size fits like a glove but could probably accommodate someone 2 inches taller and 20 pounds heavier just as well. September 19, 2015
I'm a 5'6" woman 125 pounds with C cups - I mention all this because finding armor that fits women is hard. This is perfect! Finding armonr that is respectable for a woman - meaning protection equal to the men's suits PLUS an appropriate fit instead of a Madonna costume - has been Hard. I've looked for years. This suit fits perfectly, no tight spots, no baggy spots, I can take a deep breath with no struggle (Ladies you know what I mean: my test is to zip up a jacket and take a very deep breath, If I can't I don't buy the jacket). It is definitely hot at a standstill, but true the air flows very very well while moving. I'm wearing it instead of a jacket with armor, putting my jacket sans armor or a jersey over it. I HIGHLY recommend this for a woman's form. If you have any technical questions, you'll find the folks at Leatt directly can answer them and many are women. Thanks Revzilla for carrying something of real quality that accomodates boobs appropriately. Put this in the women's section of your website too! September 3, 2015
Great product, good airflow I was looking for protection while trail riding and I chose this armor. I was skeptical on how hot it would be but it is very comfortable as long as you are moving. It is kind of a pain to wash as you need to remove all the armor but after a couple times it becomes easy as you learn the best way to remove all the pieces. Overall I really like it. I haven't had a big fall so I can't say how much it protected me but the armor is very substantial so I feel confidant about it. August 10, 2015
i use it instaed of a jacket. Over all this product is a good buy. its my first compression armor jacket. its tricky to put on and tricky to take off. once its on its a good fit. i got it because its too hot to be wearing a jacket even "Air" jackets. I live in Hawaii BTW. I dont know how people can wear leathers this time of year, i just trip. Well I use this and a MX jersey and its cool when your going with a hydro pack on, but it gets warm at a stand stil but it flows decent also with the moisture wickin material, it helps but its about the same if not a little bit cooler than an "Air" jacket. Looks ok with a jersey over it. i use it for spirited Supermoto twistie time. i know its not the best or proper protection to use on the street but its better than nothing. i also own an Air jacket and a leather jacket. August 8, 2015
great fit, fast delivery it fits like a second skin, very light with good padding June 1, 2015
Fits like it isn't there I bought a S/M that is shared by my 11 & 14 year old boys (perfect fit for the older boy, but slightly oversized for the 11 year old). I was so impressed by it that I got a L/XL for myself. This armor allows a lot of air in (cold on 65 °F rides with only an undershirt), and is so comfortable that you forget it is there. It has protection in all the right areas, but thankfully we haven't tested it's effectiveness yet. The main advantage I can see with this armor is that it is not sport specific. I can be used in motocross, mountain biking, snowmobiling, skiing, and commuting on the street bike. March 30, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Guy S: seemed to have the right amount of protection and washable and good reviews. Nov 2, 2015
Abtin A: High level CE rating protection in a comfortable and breathable one-piece option that can be worn underneath a riding jacket. Sep 30, 2015
JOHN B: Needs more ventilation Aug 6, 2015
zack h: Texas weather. Jul 18, 2015
Adam K: Not as bulky as regular chest protector and adds extra protection for elbows Apr 25, 2015
Josh C: Good price, needed something suitable for warmer weather. Apr 16, 2015
Marc F: The reviews on this product were very strong. After trying on several lesser expensive products in my area I felt this vest might be just the ticket. I have broad shoulders and an athletic build ie no beer gut, it was important to me that the armor sit tight to my body for proper protection. You cant expect everything to fit perfectly but this piece fits great! The pads are situated correctly and that was my top concern.

Time will tell as to how it holds up but it seems promising.
Dec 17, 2014
michael b: I purchased this for protection and comfort. I wear it under a Roland Sands leather jacket to compensate for the badly fitting armor. I feel really protected wearing this vest, it protects every part of the upper body, from shoulders, elbows, back area and chest. It also feels very comfortable, and is great in both warm and cold days. I would highly recommend this product. Great price and great protection, and easy to get into. I am almost 6 feet, 170ilbs and a large fits me well. Nov 6, 2014
Sue B: I've heard good things about it. Aug 7, 2014
"" ": comfort and protection Aug 6, 2014
proctor m: the quality of the protection, the fit, and the breathability Aug 2, 2014
James S: need better protection yet not able to wear one of my jackets in this 100+ degree weather off road. Jul 15, 2014
Margaret S: looking for armor to wear/fit with my neck brace, and to use in the summer, have a ride planned for next weekend, will know more after that. May 30, 2014
Jude T: After due dillignce of what is available, this looked like the best on the market.
However, not sure if the 2XL will fit: I am 6'3" 185 pounds.
May 6, 2014
Alexander A: Adventure Rider recommended Apr 16, 2014
mark s: Positive reviews. Mar 28, 2014
Michael L: Upgrading my gear for protection purposes. Mar 25, 2014
Nicholas M asked: I want to get a lightweight alternative for short 5-10 min highway (45-60mph). Is this jacket abrasion resistant in a crash on asphalt? Also should I wear a shirt underneath? ( I've heard Kevlar can be like sand paper in a crash and is recommended to wear something underneath) May 13, 2014
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Mathew M: In my opinion this jacket is absolutely NOT suitable as an exterior layer in any amount of street riding at any speed. This isn't a fault of the jacket, as it was never intended to be used for this purpose. It is not abrasion resistant at all, I am not sure where you got the kevlar part. It is made of "stretchy" breathable fabric material to that most surely restricts its purpose to under-layer impact protection only. That being said it is fantastic, super comfortable and lightweight, I hardly notice I am wearing it. I wear an alpinestars textile air jacket with the pads removed and it fits just perfect. No more worries about moving pads when you go down and very discrete, goodbye football shoulder pad jacket look.Two thumbs up but absolutely not as your street exterior layer. Jun 11, 2014
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mark s: This jacket is for impact protection only and must be worn under leathers. Jun 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: would the leatt adventure jacket or this be better for riding motocross and trails in the hot Georgia summer? Jan 15, 2015
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terry w: I have the 3DF airfit body protector and the fit and comfort is quite good, no big get-offs yet so I can't comment on the protection. To compare against Leatt's adventure jacket I can't as I don't have one, but riding trails especially tight single line stuff here in Australia in summer is always hot work which is why we have road bikes and water sports. Jan 16, 2015
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A shopper asked: I looking for a lightweight option for short highway trips around town and I don't feel like wearing my heavy dainese jacket for the summer for 5-10 min rides. Is this item abrasion resistant at a crash on asphalt at about 50mph? Should I wear a t-shirt underneath (I know some kevlar shirts can be like sandpaper if a t-shirt isn't worn underneath)? May 13, 2014
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Jude T: I ride an adventure toutring bike (XT1200Z) and I bought this body protector for my dirt road rides in the warm season. I live north of Montreal and the warm weather does not last very long, I mean warm enough so that my Alpine Stars Long Range 2 jacket becomes too hot at low speed. I have never considered the 3DF as a replacement to my usual gear, I knew for the start that it meant compromising on protection to gain on ventilation and comfort. As I said, I use it for riding the backroads and I stick with my Long Range suit for longer rides and my commute.

I wear a shirt underneath and a dirt bike type of jersey on top.

P.S. Never crashed yet with it or with any other piece of equipement and I hope to never put it to the test.
May 29, 2014
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Ariel M asked: Hi, this one looks much more comfortable than the "hard material" Leatt Adventure Body Protector and the Leatt 5.5. Body Protector. However, would I need a kidney belt to go with it or does it have some kidney protection? Thanks. Apr 25, 2015
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David C: I thought it would have some kidney protection too, but it doesn't. It is comfortable and may be worth having an auxiliary belt for that reason. Apr 25, 2015
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don b: It is very comfortable and has kidney pads but no belt !
I wear a back support belt with mine. I use it to stuff my camera in so the camera will be at the ready when one of my Buds do something spectacular or very very stupid!
Apr 28, 2015
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Brent F: It has small pads protecting the kidneys from impact, but it is not a compression fit like a kidney belt would be (i.e. no protection from jarring, so the kidneys are free to move around in the body). Apr 26, 2015
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terry w: It doesn't have a kidney belt so a soft kidney might fit underneath but a hard protection type won't Apr 28, 2015
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Hans M: It has some minimal (soft) kidney protection. Apr 26, 2015
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don b asked: Do you put this on over your head like Jersey or does it have zippers? Apr 7, 2015
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art k: It has a small toothed zipper from bottom to top along the left side of chest. I prefer this to a central zipper which presents a weak spot on sternum protection IMHO.
I like the idea and intention of this item.
1. Leatt does not sell the shirt separately to facilitate changing on multi-day road trips. This would have been a deal breaker for me, had I first thought to ask.
2. The zipper broke after wearing it on 5 occasions. It separated and would not unzip. I fiddled and fiddled and mended it eventually without having to replace the zipper or entire unit.
I'd like to give 3DF a more positive review but these two issues are very limiting.
I will not buy another until these two issues are addressed.
Good idea, poorly implemented - marketed wrt no shirts available without the protection. Fresh gear and bulk in luggage are the issues for me.
Apr 7, 2015
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D E: There is a zipper on the front that goes from the neck down and around the front protector. It is a little weird the first time but...works like a champ and is a super jersey. Apr 7, 2015
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Tracy O: It has a zipper on the left side of the chest plate from the bottom to the collar. Apr 7, 2015
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Michael C: Puts on like a button up shirt, then zips up instead of buttoning. Apr 7, 2015
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Scott s: It Zips up the side. Apr 7, 2015
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phil m asked: Appears to have side rib and hip pads from the picture {although they dont show them removable}. Are these the same bio-foam as the upper pads? Hows the fit under pants? Did you have to remove pant hip armor? Apr 5, 2015
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Jude T: No conflicts with hip protectors. I wear Alpinestar pants with hip and tailbone protectors with it. No conflicts. None of the armor is removable. Apr 5, 2015
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don b: It is the same padding. It does not interfere with the hip pads. Apr 28, 2015
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A shopper asked: How should you clean?? Jan 4, 2015
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Nicholas C: Remove pads. Put in bathtub with cold water and Woolite. Let soak. Swirl it in the water for a bit. Rinse with cold water. I rinse it in the shower on a hanger. Let it hang to dry. Reassemble Jan 4, 2015
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Nicolas M: just handwash it with a little detergent and let it air dry Jan 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi, I live in Hawaii so thinking this would be good in the heat for trail riding. I'm kinda skinny 6'2", 175 lbs & long arms, what size would you recommend? Thanks Nov 21, 2014
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Jude T: Hi, I am 6'3", 180 lbs and I bought a 2XL. It fits just fine and I believe this should be your size. These are made for athletic shape, it works in compression, therefore no room for extra weight. I wear a second skin type of underneath and a meshed jersey on top.

I look at my friends with their jackets on warm days and I feel for them!
Nov 22, 2014
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Nicolas M: i think you may get a little hot in this one esp if you get the black color one. I own this and Leatt Adventure armor and the latter feels cooler in summer. I ride in central NY so its not as hot as Hawaii. Good luck! Nov 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: How far down does the back protection go? I want something that goes really low and kinda covers my upper hips a bit. For enduro riding. Sep 5, 2014
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William D: I've got a long torso but more of a medium shirt size (size 40 jacket) so I bought the medium AirFit to ensure that it fit snugly and that my shoulders were covered properly. With that there is about a hand's width, say 5 inches, from the bottom of the pad to the waist. So it sounds like it would be short by your standards. I have to say though that it fits well. I would have liked the pad to be wider at the scapulae (the L size is wider apparently) but then the rest of the suit would most likely have been too large. Haven't tried it out yet in test conditions. It seems that all of these sorts of items come with some compromise since body types vary. I plan to wear it under a jacket anyway so I can supplement the back pad. Sep 11, 2014
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Nicholas C: It comes down to about the top of motocross pants. It works well for trail riding as you are not having it push up. Lower back protectors would always ride up when they bumped the seat and I hated that. This is a great piece of gear. I hardly notice that I have it on.

Sep 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would like to wear this for my motorcycle on short highway trips (going to get something to eat) instead of my heavy leather jacket. How is the abrasion resistance for this at say a 50mph crash on asphalt? May 13, 2014
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Rajeev P: This protector is NOT abrasion resistant. The MoistureCool material is as thin as t-shirt (but way more comfortable). I wear 3DF protector as a base layer underneath a Motoport mesh kevlar jacket, and I am super comfortable even in 85 degree weather. May 29, 2014
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Tory C: This has no abrasion resistance at all…. At 50mph it would peal right off you, that’s not what it’s designed for. It’s purpose is to hold the padding close to the body and keep it in place. Great product, that’s comfortable to wear for long off road rides, but not as a complete line of defense against a road off… May 30, 2014
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FRED J asked: How much room does it take up under your leather jacket? Is the protection thing or what I have to go up a size or 2 underneath my jacket? May 5, 2014
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MARIO M: Hi Fred,

it would probably take 1 size up if using with a jacket due to all the armor provided.
May 5, 2014
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Mathew M: The Leatt is very low profile, soft armor and when sized properly the suit fits very well and tight, but not uncomfortably so. With the stretch material it's almost like it was custom molded for me, and I would almost dare say you can fit into the same size motorcycle jacket with the jacket pads removed. The chest protector sits about 3/4 of an inch thick, the shoulders about 1/2 inch, the forearm and elbow pad is hefty for probably 3/4 of an inch thickest to 1/2 inch mostly, the back protector an inch thick maybe an inch and a quarter. All in all extremely low profile, MUCH thinner than my velocity juggernaut hard armor suit where I had to size up significantly. If your current jacket is skin tight and has no removable stock padding you may need to size up but I dare say this Leatt airfit changed my thinner build to a more slightly athletic "muscular" type build with no reason to size up my jacket due to the such low profile of the armor and due to me removing my jacket armor. Check out the video review and you can see just how slim it is. May 5, 2014
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FRED J: Thanks Matthew. I was thinking about getting the airfir vest since i have the alpinestars gp tech leather jacket and it fits snug. May 7, 2014
Phat T asked: Is this product compatible with the Leatt STX road neck brace? Jul 7, 2015
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Santiago L: I do not think it will feet. the back protector will not make it able since the space for the leatt to feet in.

Jul 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between this one and the gray one?
Do I need a kidney belt with this?
Aug 12, 2014
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Jude T: I don't believe that there is a difference between the two and as to wear a belt or not, I don't but it does mean that you do not need to. I am not doing hardcore offroad.

Very comfortable.
Aug 15, 2014
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Chaitanya R asked: Im 177 cms, 226 lb and 42.5in chest. Im build big in the shoulders and arms. What size should i go for? Oct 13, 2015
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