Leatt Chest Protector Adventure Lite

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25 Comments

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 7:44 | Permalink

  2. 0
    Posted 09/08/2014 at 8:42 | Permalink

    Does all braces (the older ones) fit comfortable with this?

  3. 0
    Posted 09/08/2014 at 8:54 | Permalink

    Is it doable to have the chest protector under th jersey but subdue have
    the brace outside the jersey?

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 9:11 | Permalink

    does this work well if i wear it under my jersey and wear the neck brace as
    well? like it be comfortable and allow a decent amount of movement???
    because right now i just use the brace with out chest protector so i get
    smashed with roost haha. i suppose i will need money if i want to buy
    this…

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 9:51 | Permalink

    I rode with it last night at the track, i will go write a review right now!

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 9:54 | Permalink

    Fantastic question! The Chest Protector Lite will work with all older Leatt
    models of the neck braces, and many other brands (such as alpinestars) as
    well. Hope this helps! -Drysen

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 10:29 | Permalink

    Hey, I really like this chest protector but will have to go with the
    alpinestars bionic neck support for a neck race. Will the leatt chest
    protector fit with the alpinestars neck brace?

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 10:59 | Permalink

    Sounds Awesome! I will certainly go with this one then. Thanks!

  9. 0
    Posted 09/08/2014 at 11:45 | Permalink

    i want to buy this protector for downhill mountainbiking. how is the protection
    of the back protector?

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 11:57 | Permalink

    Hi batuSORZ! I would say it is more comfortable mainly because the 3DF foam
    padding has surpass air channels, which keeps you cooler while riding. As
    for size and shape, it’s really pretty similar, and is really a tad bit
    heavier, due to the 3DF padding being more dense. But, I believe the
    airflow makes up for the weight. Hope this helps! -Drysen

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 12:36 | Permalink

    Thank you for the Response, I bought the Pro Lite today!

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 12:48 | Permalink

    Hello! Is the “Pro” version of the chest protector more comfortable than
    the “habitual” version? I read that the Pro version has 3df,but dont know if
    the only difference is the wieght.

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 13:22 | Permalink

    Awesome! Just remember, after you give it some “real world” testing, head
    back to the DK website and write a review and you’re entered for a chance
    to win a $100 DK gift card. If you surrender it with a photo or video, you
    could win a $150 DK gift card! Delight in your Leatt products! -Drysen

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 13:27 | Permalink

    I modified my adventure into this and was wondering if I should stay with
    this, or go to a Thor sentinel…?

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 14:15 | Permalink

    The main difference is the Leatt Pro Lite Protector uses Leatt’s new 3DF
    foam. This gives it a much higher impact rating and that allows it to meet
    higher protection standards, and impact levels, giving you over all surpass
    protection. Personally, I’d spend the extra money for the 3DF foam.
    Otherwise, both are fantastic comfortable, light weight options that can be
    worn above or below your jersey. Hope this helps! -Drysen

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 14:17 | Permalink

    Fantastic question! After talking to our product manager, he said that the two
    should work together without any issues. If you go that route, don’t forget
    to write us a review on the Dennis Kirk website! -Drysen

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 15:04 | Permalink

    Guys, please, make a review of a Leatt Body Protector Adventure (full
    pressure suit). There is currently no reviews on that item. Thanks.

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 15:40 | Permalink

    Awesome! After you try it out, be sure to write a review on denniskirk
    (dot) com, and let other people know what you personally reckon of it. BTW –
    We place all of our monthly reviews into a drawing to win a $100 Dennis Kirk
    gift card. Add a photo and video, and (if your name is drawn) it’s $150!
    -Drysen

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 16:20 | Permalink

    Certainly! I just recommend making sure your Jersey isn’t too tight.

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 17:10 | Permalink

    Hey Ernest! We don’t believe in stupid questions. The Leatt Chest Protector
    will work certainly work for downhill biking. It’s designed to take a 60
    mph beating, it’s lightweight, and probably tougher then something you
    could get at the bike shop. Let us know how it works for you! -Drysen

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 17:32 | Permalink

    Nice!! No matter what you choose on, just remember to write a product
    review. If you surrender a review, your name goes into a drawing to receive a
    $100 gift card. If the winning review includes a photo or a video, it’s a
    $150 DK shopping spree. Thanks for shopping with Dennis Kirk!

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 17:55 | Permalink

    Could you wear that without the neck brace and underneath t-shirts?

  23. 0
    Posted 09/08/2014 at 18:38 | Permalink

    Should a Leatt GPX Race neck brace work excellent with this chest protector?

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 19:15 | Permalink

    If I like (hope not) fall on my back like from a a small jump will this
    protect me? I mean like will it protect me surpass then other chest
    protectors out there (beside the Pro one) ? I really need help since I got
    ride of those jacket protection and am a small sceptic ?

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    Posted 09/08/2014 at 20:07 | Permalink

    Certainly! The Leatt PGX Race Neck Brace and the Chest Protector Adventure
    lite will work hand in hand together. -Drysen