Leatt DBX 4.0 Helmet

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With plenty of design and innovation awards under it's belt, the Leatt DBX 4.0 can stand up to any challenge you decide to through at it, and will keep your head together should you not be able hold your own.  We all crash, it happens, but the DBX 4.0 minimises the risk to your noggin in these cases.

Who's this for: Perfect for riders seeking maximum protection, maximum ventilation, and minimum weight.

Construction:  In-molded, dual layer EPS-EPO foam.  Polymer compound shell.  Shaped to work well with neck braces.

Visor: Fixed position, breakaway visor.

Rotational liner: Leatt's own 360 degree Turbine technology.  Little silicone discs to separate the helmet from your head and rotate freely under rotational impacts.  Reduces 30% of head impact force at the concussion level, and 40% of rotational acceleration.

Straps and closure: Fidlock straps and buckle for a magnetic, easy closure, and a one-handed release.

Ventilation: 22 large bore vents for heaps of airflow, even at low speeds.

Padding: Dri_lex moisture wicking, breathable, anti-odour pads.  Removable and washable.

Weight: Really low weight, as low as 850g.

Pros: Just about as protective as you can get, with some amazing technology to achieve this.

Cons: Suffers from "Looks like a Session" syndrome.  Visually, it appears incredibly similar to another leading lightweight fullface helmet, however it is very different so don't worry about that too much.

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