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The ultimate protector in Leatt’s protection line. The Body Protector features near 360° of plating and armor 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 armor plates where they are needed most.
Designed to fit perfectly with any Leatt Brace
Elbow and Arm protector impact tested and CE certified to EN 1621-1
Shoulder protector impact tested and CE certified to EN 1621-1
Back protector impact tested and CE certified to EN 1621-2 level 2
Chest protector impact tested and CE certified to prEN 1621-3 level 2
Fully articulating back protector plates are comfortable and allow a great range of movement
Cool, comfortable and breathable mesh body holds armor in place
Zip-off sleeves allows rider to remove lower arm/elbow guards
Removable kidney belt can be adjusted in height for individual fit
SM/MD size fits riders approx. 5'3" - 5'8" ft tall
Awesome Gear by Leatt
I would probably call this a all in one for the upper body and arms. Chest pad, back plate, shoulders, elbows and a kidney belt, I bought this product without hesitation. The elbows are connected via a zipper and can be eadily removed on demand.
The cloth material under is sort of like a Jersey and stays cool with no holds on air flow.
I definitely recommend this product, it's one of the safest and definitely looks cool. ATGATT UP!!!!!
August 4, 2014
I bought this to use while I ride my KTM 500 EXC. I agonized for months over spending this much money....I wish I hadnt waited so long. This is a great piece of gear. I am 6'3" 250lbs. No issue with the fit. Kidney belt will fit bigger or smaller. Wore a dry fit t-shirt underneath and a jersy over top. It was perfect on a 75 degree florida day. Highly recommend.
April 14, 2014
I had the Fox titian jacket it was good but this jacket is really good. It fits with my Leatt neck brack. this jacket is very adjustable for biceps, chest width, body length, ribs, stomach and wrist. it can truely have a custom fit this jacket vents air very well and drys out very fast if you go through a huge puddle and get soaked this jacket will have drained almost all the water in just a few seconds. the arms are removable at the elbow for a lighter jacket. i will buy another one if this is damaged and i would reccommond it to ANYONE. My ONE complaint is the way you take it off and on, there is a long zipper on the left brest to the bottom it is not easy to operate if you are in a hurry but i would still buy one again.
March 2, 2014
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Justin C:I also was interested in this product, but I believe that you are better off getting a real jacket. While armor is great and definitely something you want, street protective wear should also have abrasion resistant materials. This armor will protect you from impact, but will not protect you from road rash which means if you fall at speed you will be skinned pretty badly.Jun 30, 2014
Michael S:this jacket will protect you on the street but i would not try to use it over 60 mph or so, there are large patches with no protection that would be in the way on a dirt bike but on street you need full protection on ribs and stomach, this jacket does not do well on ribs or stomach.Mar 2, 2014
Lance M:The front chest plate unbuckles and there is a zipper that runs up the side to the shoulder-therefore it opens pretty much like a zip-up jacket. Also, a great piece of equipment as it definitely saved my shoulder from serious injury.Dec 2, 2013
Michael S:i agree it is not the best with the neck brace UNLESS you remove the center of the back and front of the chest like the manual says to in order to fit the brace better. i still use the pieces tho and deal with the discomfortMar 2, 2014
christopher g:There is a zipper on the side of the body protector. You have to unhook one side of the chest protector to zip the jacket all the way up. It's not the easiest thing to get into, but it's not too difficult.Dec 1, 2013
Nicolas M:There are 2 clamps on the sides of the chest piece, a belt that consists of 2 large thick straps with 2 smaller ones that go over them, a couple of velcro straps that hold the shoulder pads and a couple of zippers that attach the sleeves. Once you have everything adjusted, its not difficult to get on and off. You just undo the belt, unhook the chest piece, unzip it on the side and pull it off over your head. The sleeves and elbow pads are detachable.
If you're also using the neck brace then you might need someone else to help you get it on correctly. I couldn't do it solo.Dec 2, 2013
James L asked:How could you turn this into a three season (spring, summer, fall) riding suit? Assuming temps above 45-50F, could you reasonably make this work for three season riding? If so, how?Sep 2, 2014
Sean V:Just wear a riding jacket over the armor (correctly sized) and you'll be fine. You need something over the Leatt so it can slide on pavement. If you use a riding jacket you would want something that has removable armor so you can just use the exterior shell to keep the wind out and the Leatt armor underneath for protection. I use my Olympia Kilimanjaro with the armor removed and it keeps me warm when it's zipped up. That being said the Leatt suit is does not have the armor for hwy impact dissipation like the D30 armor, the Leatt is made for the dirt/trail (rigid armor). I wear my one piece Tez mesh suit with D30 armor for commuting, but when I'm heading out on the hwy to ride off-road I'll wear a riding jacket per above (armor removed) with the Leatt underneath and my knee/shin armor under my trail pants.Sep 17, 2014
Danny E:Hey James, this is not a riding suit per say. It is body armor. I use it for off road only, not the street. It's not very comfortable to wear but you don't notice it that much when pounding the track or trails. The body panels (armor) are hot, as they block all the wind while the spandex portions that connect the panels together let the air flow right thru every where else. I wear a t-shirt underneath, then a jersey or jacket over depending on the temps. It is not intended for street use types of impacts or sliding on pavement, but for blunt impacts in the dirt.. It is also a little complicated to put on and take off, so once it is on, you don't take it off till the day of riding is done. This is a great product over all as it did save my back and shoulder in an off road crash.Sep 20, 2014
Michael B:No way. This is really just protective gear. If this is all you are wearing then the temps should be above 70 for the thickest skin. Me, I wear additional layers. For this alone it has to be at least high 70's and preferably in the 80's.
scott a:The leatt Adventure could turn into a 4 season if needed. I use it year round in florida. Summer time I just wear a jersey over top. In cooler temps....I wear a Kllim Traverse one size larger than usual. This is a great piece of gear.Sep 18, 2014
Adam M asked:How accurate is the sizing? I'm 5'6" tall, but I've always been the fat kid. Should I go a size up for the gut, or would their size chart in the descriptions be accurate?
The reason I ask is I laid my VTX1300 down for the first time yesterday, and all I had was a hoodie, so I'm looking to get something with a bit more protection. It was a low speed noob mistake on gravel, so I'm just rashed a bit and banged up. Hope I can keep it from ever happening again, but if it does this gear looks like it'd take a lot of the ouch out of it.
Danny E:Adam, yes I would maybe go up one size, but remember this is an off road/enduro type body armor. It is meant to wear under or over a jersey. If this is what you want to wear, all of your street gear or your normal riding jackets wiil have to be larger to fit over it, also this is kind of a nusence to put on and take off. As far as protection it is the best, I had a 5th gear get off on my KTM. with out this gear, I would have had to be airlifted out, instead, I picked up my bike and rode home. In my opinion I think you should look at protective jackets with the armor built in. Just my 2cts. Oh ya, I don't know what climate you live in, but this suit, even though it is vented, is not cool. The torso and rib cage area are completey enclosed plus full back and kidney belt for max protection. Don't ride with a hoodie.May 29, 2014
Alex M:There's a velcro kidney belt that adjusts pretty easily to most sizes. The whole thing has straps all over so its pretty accurate for sizing. Its also very empowing to wear. Makes me feel like a road warriorMay 29, 2014
Kenneth K:Nope! The forearm protection and sleeves zip off but honestly the mesh is real nice. Warm in the winter and cool in the summer. Wash the whole suit in a regular quick wash cycle. Love it !Sep 26, 2013
Michael p:Mine fits pretty snug, so I usually don't wear anything under it other than a base layer (heat gear in the summer, or a thermal layer if it's cold). I'll put a shirt on over it that reflects the sun since it tends to get pretty hot where I ride.
One thing I didn't consider with this protector was the weight - it's pretty heavy. Awesome protection (and I hit the ground a lot), but there is noticeable fatigue when wearing it.Jul 4, 2014
christopher g:The back protector is rather tall, so you'll need a bigger jacket to fit the protector inside a jacket. You can also remove the top of the back protector to add a neck brace or to reduce the size. I would recommend buying a jacket one size larger than you normally wear to allow the protector to fit.Dec 1, 2013
Graham N:My rain overjacket (which is a size larger than I normally wear) fits over the body armor and then I wear the neck brace outside of the rain jacket which works ok and I have a thick neck.Jun 25, 2014
A shopper asked:Dear Sir, I would like to use this jacket under a riding jersey but also with the applicable leatt neck brace. My question is if you put the armour on and then put a jersey on, how then to you fit a neck brace to it ? do you have to somehow put the neck brace front and rear attachments down thru the neck of the jersey.
please excuse my ignorance on this regards BradApr 24, 2014
Danny E:The system can be worn on the inside of a jersey, however will be very uncomfortable, I have tried. If you really want to wear it on the inside with the neckbrace attached, you will have to have a larger jersey or modify (cut) the neck opening of your normal size jersey. Don't let this dicourage you from buying this system, It is the best on the market IMO! After a knarly crash, I was able to ride back to the truck, without it I would have had to be airlifted out.Apr 25, 2014