As the lightest, most flexible glove in Leatt's trail line-up, the DBX 2. 0 X-Flow Glove satisfies the rider seeking dexterity and tactile feedback, especially across technical terrain where precise handling is needed. Since it's lacking in any substantial padding, we'd recommend it for the dedicated trail rider, as opposed to the enduro racer or park rider thrashing their knuckles and hands on high-stakes hits. Seeing it's meant for dexterity above all else, the NanoGrip palm is comprised of fibers 7,500 times thinner than human hair. This makes it insanely flexible and stretchy, which is what you're seeking for piloting your trail bike with laser-like precision. Following suit with its next-level flexibility, X-Flow upper mesh stretches fluidly while increasing ventilation during uphill slogs and oppressively hot rides. For extra durability, the knuckles and fingers fortify themselves from light abrasion with a brush guard.
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Leatt DBX 2.0 X-Flow Glove - Men's
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