It has several well thought out features including a highly abrasion and water- resistant outsole, walk compatible shank, and a unique Speed Lace lacing system.
A shoe for riding, digging and everything in between.
I can ride for hours with these pads in place and they are really, really comfortable. Annoyingly comfortable.
The DBX 3.0 offers excellent pedal grip, specifically with concave pedals thanks to their medium-hard flex control shank.
Weighing the trade-off between marinating in some you-stew and long days pedaling in the solid fit and mobility of Leatt's well-built gravity shorts.
For $19.99 Leatt has made a really solid offering for an affordable mountain bike jacket and rain shell.
It might lack the adjustability of the DBX 5.5, but the Leatt DBX 3.5 neck brace is their lightest offering.
A lightweight, four-way stretch jacket is ideal for the majority of the riding season.
Pete sat down for a chat with Leatt’s Scott Macfarlane to talk about how their shoe range came into being.
The base model clip shoe in the four-model range from Leatt, the Leatt DBX 4.0 Clip Shoe prioritises comfort.
Leatt have unveiled today their new and affordable DBX shoe line which features two flat pedal and two clipless models.
Leatt are entering the shoe world with a full lineup of flat pedal and clipless compatible shoes, including the DBX 3.0.
The Leatt 3.5 Chest Protector offers mountain bikers more coverage than its name implies.