Leatt DBX 6.5 Carbon Neck Brace

Leatt DBX 6.5 Carbon Neck Brace
Leatt DBX 6.5 Carbon Neck Brace
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DBX 6.5 Carbon Neck Brace by Leatt
Safety shouldn't feel like a burden, especially when you're going big. The DBX 6. 5 Neck Brace builds upon the success of the Pro Lite and 5. 5 braces to offer Leatt's lightest, most ventilated neck brace yet. The DBX 6. 5 features an ultra lightweight carbon Kevlar and fiberglass-reinforced nylon chassis for increased rigidity without sacrificing weight. The collar offers superb support, and in addition to providing extra impact protection, the EVA padding and collarbone cutouts ensure comfort and mobility. A snap-off thoracic strut is included, which cushions your spine but breaks off when needed to reduce impact on your body. Leatt also improves the thoracic adjustment to have 0, 5, and degree adjustability, enhances side helmet clearance, and offers easy built-in forward and backward adjustment that no longer requires tools or extra parts.

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SKU: LBR003P
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