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The STX Jason Britton is a special signature edition of the STX Road
Leatt STX Road, the all-new neck brace for street motorcycle riders. Built around a fibreglass reinforced polyamide resin frame, designed with Leatt's Alternative Load Path Technology, the Leatt STX Road features seamless integration of function, movement and looks for street motorcycle riding on the road or at the race track. The STX Road accommodates on-board size fitting for easy, no-tool size adjustments for use with or without various riding garments. Street Thoracic designed to accommodate an aero hump and various types of body armor, also folds for easy storage. Specifically designed to give generous movement of your helmet for the over-the-shoulder view.
Optimal street riding position
No-tool size adjustment
Unique Street Thoracic designed to accommodate an aero hump
Street Thoracic foldable for easy storage
Security feature allows brace to be safely locked to motorcycle
Integrated padding accommodates movement for over-the-shoulder views
Rubber-coated front tip helps prevent motorcycle body scratches
Jacket zipper relief
Adjustable to fit most riders.
SIZING NOTE: When measuring yourself for the STX Road Brace please take your measurements with your gear ON!
If it improves my odds, it is well worth it.
After riding several times with this, I finally feel I can provide a real review. The concept makes sense to me and I will take every advantage I can get. I ride ful protection all the time and I now view this as just another critical piece of essential gear. It fit fine right out of the box and I was surprised at how unobtrusive it is while riding. I rode some twisties today and felt no restrictions. The Jason Britton model is a little more subtle as it is all black.
May 5, 2013
Expensive but potential good benefit.
Of course not cheap. Good quality. Takes time to adjust the first time. Need to get used to ryding. There is some limitation to looking back and you need to rotate your thorax more than before. Hopefully never get to see if it works or not. Feel a bit like an idiot next to other ryders but with the black jacket is less noticeable.
March 15, 2013
so far so good
The build quality is solid. There are bunches of different ways to adjust for best fit. The instructions are clear. I'm not sure if it's worth the price, but I know I feel better wearing it so justify it the same way I justify a nice helmet. It comes in 2 pieces which could be a pain for someone with a big head. I'm a 7 1/2 for a hat (I think) and I can just get it over my head. If my head was another half inch wider I'd have to put it together around my neck (not necessarily a bad think as It would probably only take about 10 seconds to clip it together). I’m a 42 short in a suit jacket. I bought the L/XL and wound up extending it with the large clips. It comes with medium clips already attached. I like looking back sometimes when changing lanes. It does restrict a full twist of the head, but not enough to wear it’s a big deal. I’m very pleased and would recommend it. I commute about 80 miles a day in traffic and like the peace of mind. I hope I never have to test it.
June 18, 2012
You won't notice you are wearing it.
I used the Leatt STX all summer and barely noticed it. A few things to keep in mind. First, you have to wear a full-face helmet for this to work. If you take the time to size it correctly using the enclosed chart, it is easy to slip on and off. Second, make sure if you have back armor that the Leatt STX is sized to rest on top of it. I had trouble a few times with the Leatt butting up against the edge of my back armor and then riding too high, instead of resting on top of my back armor and sitting in its natural position. Second, make sure that the brace makes contact with your helmet when you reach the limit of your head's natural range of motion, not before or after. This just takes some time to size correctly which you only have to do once.
October 31, 2011
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R L: The idea of a safety device for neck issue seems logical. Looks of items tend to distract people, until something bad happens then its too late. it may not be the perfect solution, but it could make the critical difference. Hopefully it fits and does what I am thinking it claims. I have not seen anyone else who has one to compare. Totally based online reviews and claims.Sep 6, 2013
Chris A asked:Is it possible to wear a backpack with the Leatt brace on? I would to still be able to use my Kriega R20 with this.Oct 10, 2013
Mike P:I have not tried mine with a backpack. You will clearly need to put the brace on first. Then the pack will be snugged down onto the legs of the brace. This means you should spend some time making sure you fit it well to you with the jacket you wear.
I have a Tour master Coaster Series II. I can't add a link, so you will have to search for it. It is a heavy leather jacket with a lot of pads.
I put on the jacket and brace and a backpack and it goes on fine. The straps from the pack will go over the legs of the brace in back. It puts slightly more pressure on the points where the legs touch, but I set mine up quickly and probably need to adjust it. Otherwise, the pressure is not annoying to me. I just know it is there.
I have had my brace for about 9 months. I wear it when I'm on the highway or anytime I'll be on the road for a while. I feel safer with it.Oct 12, 2013
As an update to my previous response, I spoke with Leatt today, and they seem to believe that virtually any backpack should work with the STX, as long as you place the backpack straps over the scapular wings. Apparently that should not hurt the functionality of the brace. Take that for whatever it's worth!
Feb 11, 2014
Gregory P:it depends on how high up the back back sits. If the backpack sits high up to the back of your neck, it may get in the way....but I think the neck protection supersedes the back pack, so get some kind of bag for your seat or bars and get the leatt..it can say your lifeOct 10, 2013
Ken B:Chris, I ride off road events and use Danisse Upper Body Armor. The turtle back protector required the Jason style Leatt to clear the hump. I adapted to fanny pack styles to carry water and gear. The forward support straps on large hunter fanny packs easily slide under the Jason. The large shoulder strap back packs will interfere with the shoulder neck rest areas. I like riding with fanny packs. Check most racers use them as you shift the pack without dismounting. I've already tested my protection systems and they work.Oct 10, 2013
NinjaNewb:Didn't seem to add any bulk to my jacket after upgrading the chest/back armor. I wouldn't factor it in unless you want to add the new protectors AND leave the standard thin pieces of foam in there as well for more protection.May 14, 2012
RevZilla:After speaking with Leatt directly we were told that this brace should not be used with anything other than a standard full face helmet. A dual sport helmet or helmet with an extended chin bar like that of the variant has more room in the opening of the helmet and this can cause the brace to get caught on the helmet in a crash scenario.May 8, 2013