Leatt launches 2020 MTB gear range including women’s apparel

Protective gear brand Leatt has launched its MTB Gear range for 2020, including new colourways for its jerseys, pants and shorts, gloves, helmets and women-specific apparel.

Leatt’s Women’s gear has been specifically designed to suit the needs of female riders, covering jackets, jerseys, shorts and gloves, and based upon the concepts of comfort and durability .

2020 updates

The Leatt 4.0 Ultraweld jersey, now with a racing stretch-fit, features MoistureCool wicking stretch mesh fabric with air channels to improve breathability. Meanwhile, the brand’s high performance 5.0 All-Mountain has a Windblock chest, breathable mesh back and tailored fit design to protect against harsh elements.

The 2020 4.0 pants range has been designed for comfort and durability, with ultra-light vented four-way stretch material with stain resistant fabric coating, now available in new colourways. The DBX shorts range (5.0 All-Mountain, 4.0 gravity, 3.0 enduro, ultr-lightweight 1.0) has also seen a colour combination overhaul.

Leatt’s helmet range comes in a new forest green colourway for 2020. After the launch of the DBX 4.0 all-purpose helmet this year, the brand has now released a new 1.0 MTN half shell, retailing at $69/€69, which includes 360 Turbine Technology, deep rear coverage for added protection and adjustable visor.

Leatt has also entered the urban market with a commuter helmet, also equipped with Turbine Technology and priced at $49/€49. The brand’s 360 Turbine Technology claims to reduce the risk of concussion by up to 30%, and rotation acceleration to the head and brain by up to 40%.

The 2020 DBX MTB Gloves have been updated with softer and lighter impact protection, whilst retaining CE testing and certification. the 2.0 X-Flow has a new vented, four-way stretch upper hand for better fit and breathability with MicronGrip palm. Leatt has also released its first weather-resistant softshell glove, the 2.0 Windblock.

2020 gear is available from UK distributor Hotlines now, with stockist opportunities available and free POS on offer. Find out more via email, or on 0131 319 1444.

 

Hayley Everett

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