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Leatt STX Road Neck Brace

Leatt STX Road Neck Brace
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Neck injuries can be of the most serious upper body injuries in motorcycle road accidents. Leatt STX Road, the all-new neck brace for street motorcycle riders, forms an essential part of your personal safety system. It functions in conjunction with your helmet and is designed to help protect your neck from extreme movements and overall neck loading in the event of an accident. The Leatt STX Road is engineered with Leatts proven Alternative Load Path Technology (ALPT) and features seamless integration of function, movement and looks for street motorcycle riding, on the road or at the track.

• Optimal street riding position
• No-tool size adjustment
• Unique rear scapula wings designed to accommodate back armor or aerodynamic hump
• Folding rear scapula wings allows for easy carrying/storage
• Motor Cyclist Magazine says: “So comfortable you soon forget you have it on.”
• Integrated padding accommodates movement for over-the-shoulder views.
• Rubber-coated front tip helps prevent motorcycle body scratches.
• Jacket zipper relief
• Comes with optional strap system
• Replacement parts available
• Adjustable sizing to fit most riders
• Available in size #S/M, #L/XL and #XXL
• Weighs only 26 ounces!
Other BOMBER Reviews Average BOMBS Rating review   5 1
starrating If you think a helmet is a good idea, so is this.
Not having any expendable body parts, I was an early adopter of the STX brace. It's important to understand that it doesn't do any active "bracing," but rather is an entirely passive device which weighs almost nothing, and which you can't see or feel, at least on a bike with a fairly upright seating position. It doesn't limit normal head movements, but is there to limit and slow down excessive helmeted-head movement in a crash situation. It has caused little or no interference with my hydration pack, and I have learned to manipulate my jacket zipper through the slot in the front. Comes apart and folds up pretty small for saddle-bag storage, while making off-bike excursions. I'd say if you wear a helmet, you should wear one of these, too.
  Reviewed by:   from Flagstaff, AZ. on 6/14/2013