Leatt-Brace Moto GPX Club neck brace review

A "helmet for your neck"

Our rating 
3.8 out of 5 star rating 3.8
GBP £269.00 RRP | USD $399.99
Leatt-Brace Moto GPX Club neck brace

Our review

Comfortable, functional and confidence inspiring. Definitely worth the investment
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The progression of downhill has resulted in the speed and danger of the sport increasing. In a bid to lessen serious, life-altering damage to the neck, Leatt have developed this unusual looking bit of kit.

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The Moto GPX Club neck brace acts as a crumple zone, dissipating the force of the impact and bringing the head to a ‘controlled stop’. It’s also designed to prevent extreme forward, rearward and sideways head movement.

It’s made from glass reinforced nylon and weighs in at just 850g. The optional X-Strap is a worthy addition to keep everything solid and adds little weight.

When riding, you can forget you’re wearing it thanks to the good fit and comfortable padding. You’re only reminded it’s on at the bottom of the trail as you try to catch your breath, because of how the X-strap sits across the chest. Not exactly something to moan about when you consider what this item could do for you.

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The Leatt-Brace Moto GPX Club can be worn with body armour, but make sure the shoulder pads have room to move without interfering with the brace. The inaugural ride may require a few easy adjustments and it might take a little getting used to, but it doesn’t impair your riding, and it could save your life.

Product Specifications

Product

Name Moto GPX Club Neckbrace
Brand Leatt

Description Small: 4 - 16 years old (thin build) Medium: 16 years + (average to bigger build max 220 pounds) The Leatt-Brace™ is an injection produced glass reinforced nylon or carbon fiber and Kevlar neck brace system designed by medical professionals and motorcycle enthusiasts to help prevent: Hyperflexion: extreme forward head movement * Hyperextension: extreme rearward head movement * Lateral Hyperflexion: extreme sideways head movement * Axial loading: compression of the spinal column due to the effect of force on the helmet * Posterior hypertranslation: rearward movement of the head/helmet on the neck.
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