Designed to suit the needs of downhill riders and mountain bikers alike, the Leatt 5. 0 DBX Composite Helmet brings high levels of both safety and comfort along for the ride. The 5. 0 DBX helmet uses 360-degree Turbine Technology, which reduces the head impact at concussion level by up to 30% and the rotation acceleration to the head and brain by up to 40%, thus ensuring a well-protected melon and some peace of mind when you're rallying berms or sending jumps at high speeds. Then, the 3D in-molded V-foam and a 10% smaller shell size further your safety by transferring up to 20% less rotational forces to your neck, head, and brain. Offering comfort to match its degree of safety, this full-face helmet is extremely lightweight and highly ventilated for cooling air flow that circulates even at low speeds. Comfort is further enhanced by a moisture-wicking, breathable, anti-odor and washable liner to prevent overheating and offensive stenches. The built-in visor breaks away easily for rotational reduction when you crash, while the low-friction cheek pads make for an easy removal in an emergency situation. Leatt also designed this helmet's features and shape to pair seamlessly with their Leatt neck brace (sold separately).
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