Leatt DBX 5.5 Neck Brace

Leatt DBX 5.5 Neck Brace
Leatt DBX 5.5 Neck Brace
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DBX 5.5 Neck Brace by Leatt
When you're riding downhill trails at a race pace or sending big hits in the bike park, it's never a bad idea to add some extra protection for the most critical areas of your body. The DBX 5. 5 neck brace is designed to reduce forces to your neck in case your ride doesn't go as planned--all without hindering your performance on the bike. It's lighter and more adjustable than the other models in the DBX series, and has been improved over the years to be as comfortable as possible. So if you're the type of rider that likes to push your limits and put it all out on the line come race day, the DBX 5. 5 will help you do so with a little extra peace of mind.

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SKU: LBRI00S
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