Dirt Rider Down Under – Leatt Neck Brace Review
Dirt Rider Down Under reviewed the full range of Leatt neck braces on drd.co.nz.
“The GPX range of neck braces from Leatt are arguably the best form of neck protection on the market today, but there still seems to be a lack of understanding attached to the subject of wearing neck protection. We take a look at the latest offerings from Leatt and get the thoughts about braces from some top names in international MX.”
“Their top-level neck braces – the GPX 6.5 Carbon, the GPX 5.5, and the GPX 3.5 – have all been developed to reduce the risk of significant neck injury in the event of a hard crash on the dirt.”
“Each of the Leatt GPX range has been developed in their state-of-the-art lab in Cape Town,”
“The GPX range of neck braces are designed to prevent the rider’s helmet from over-extending the neck by placing a barrier on top of the shoulders, to limit how far forward, backward, and sideways the helmet can move under duress.”