Leatt GPX Race Neck Brace

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Leatt GPX Race Neck Brace

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$305.15 - $359.00

Rating 4.80 of 5 (1 Review)
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Leatt GPX Race Neck Brace

Redesigned for 2013, the upper mid-level GPX Race is Leatt’s neck brace for the serious dirt bike enthusiast. Adjustable in fit and feel, the Leatt Race lightly rests on your shoulders to provide a comfortable and distraction free ride.
  • New sculptured, split front for improved comfort and fit
  • New lower front side sections provides improved helmet clearance for looking down and to the sides
  • New one piece fracture engineered CoreFlex rear thoracic strut for improved comfort and fit
  • New on board 3-angle rear thoracic adjustment that requires no extra parts
  • New body matched rear thoracic angles. Size #S/M 5°,10°and 15° and size #L/XL 0°, 5°and 10°
  • New design clear strap included to use as optional
  • 4-way adjustable for great comfort and fit
  • Height adjustable rear table to match different helmet clearance preferences and riding positions
  • Removable clip-on padding for easy cleaning and maintenance
  • CE certified as Personal Protective Equipment 89/686/EEC
  • Item # 54170

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Excellent except for one minor thing...

It's comfortable besides for the two little pieces of material that cover the latches on the inside of the neck area. The seam on those swatches of material is rough and when I turn my head to do a shoulder/blindspot check it irritates my neck, though it only bothers me after I've been doing it for half a day. I'm going to put some microfiber swatches over the spots to solve that. For $360 it's a little disappointing that something like that was overlooked in the design.

Dookie - June 19, 2013

(Denver, CO)
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