After months of watching Leatt, Speed Company Racing and all the gravity athletes develop, race and win in the 2024 gear, it is finally here and available for everyone. Here’s the official release:
Leatt is proud to introduce its 2024 MTB range.
The new range forges into exciting new categories and includes brand-new helmets, apparel lines and shoes. True to Leatt’s legacy, hallmarks of this product line include comfort, protection, utility, minimizing the global impact and, of course, leading style.
All-new “ENDURANCE” line for XC & Gravel, apparel & helmets
Since Leatt’s inception, protecting extreme athletes has been paramount. What started as the game-changing neck brace has evolved into a complete line that now serves XC and gravel riders. Leatt partnered with Gregor Egger & Lukas Baum from Speed Company Racing (winners of Cape Epic 2022 and 2nd in 2023) to develop best-in-class helmets and apparel. The jerseys and bibs offer a well-balanced mix of fabric and tons of features, including high-end elastic interface chamois and cargo options.
Two new helmet models boast Leatt’s legendary safety features in slim and sleek new silhouettes. Both new helmet models, named Endurance 3.0 & 4.0, feature Powerbridge construction for greater shell strength and load distribution, as well as Leatt’s 360° Turbine Technology to help reduce forces associated with concussion.
Next generation gravity helmet: 6.0 Carbon
The new flagship DH-certified Fullface helmet from Leatt is based on the silhouette of the very popular 4.0 Gravity helmet, but features several impressive upgrades. The shell is comprised of M-Forge Carbon for a best-in-class strength-to-weight ratio. Two types of foam are utilized (EPS and EPO) to manage impact energy and Leatt’s 360° Turbine Technology to further help reduce forces associated with concussion.
Additionally, a “moto-style” inner liner maximizes comfort and fit, and can be easily removed to wash or fine-tune fit. Yes, there’s also a “stealth” all-black version available, and all colorways use a Double-D ring closure system.
New All-Mountain Gear
More utility & cargo options are coming with Leatt’s new All-Mtn apparel line: The short & long sleeve jerseys sport a concealed hip belt, which supports three different-sized cargo packets on the back. It is basically a hidden, integrated hip bag, to keep all essentials like snacks, cellphone or multitools wobble-free. The loose-fitting pants and shorts integrate a carry option for removable chin guards, or other pads.
New shoes: clips & flats
The new SPD shoe line is led by the 7.0 HydraDri Clip shoe – an SPD reimagining of Leatt’s wet-weather proven flat version. Another new shoe, the 5.0 ProClip shoe, comes in two versions: a well-ventilated, and a HydraDri waterproof version. The Proflat 2.0 shoe has many familiar and well-loved features and combines super sticky RideGrip Pro compound soles with an upper construction utilizing a knitted stretch tongue & collar, as well as a MOZ Cable Lacing System.
4.0 X-Flow Goggles
The new 4.0 X-Flow goggles have a unique construction with an open cheekpiece. This approach puts the 4.0 X-Flow somewhere between classic goggles and sports sunglasses concerning their functionality and comfort, with maximum ventilation guaranteed.