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Leatt Moto Australia’s 2024 Gear range has arrived!

Author: David Hogan

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Leatt Moto Australia’s highly anticipated 2024 Range has officially made its debut in Australia, showcasing an attention grabbing fusion of functionality, cutting-edge technology, and meticulous design, underscoring the brand’s unwavering commitment to precision and captivating aesthetics.

Leatt is one of the genuinely head-to-toe gear companies in the Moto community. Not only can you get your boots, pants, jersey and gloves. But Helmet, Goggles, Chest protector, wrist brace, raincoat, knee braces and seemingly everything in between, on top and around the back that you will ever need. All from the one catalogue.

Head to Toe. Leatt Australia has every piece of Moto gear you will need to have you protected in 2024!

Leatt has come to play in 2024. Their Helmet range covers a range of features and budgets. But notably, something I found as a sneaky bonus. The 8.5 helmet not only has the 360-degree turbine technology for managing rotational forces during a crash. But it comes with a top-end Helmet bag, a clear visor extender for muddy events and also includes Goggles to match the helmet. Just really tops off the “They thought of everything” category. It is not every day you get inclusions with Moto gear anymore. We have very much moved to a place where we only get the basic here is the product in the packaging. But to find the extra pieces in the helmet box from Leatt. Something that I was not expecting was a real value-for-money reward from Leatt.

The LEatt 8.5 Helmet in RubyStone colourways will retail for $849.99 But comes with a set of goggles and a handy helmet bag all included.

The Pants and Jersey combos are quite stylish in 2024. But for the ones who don’t want to stand out quite as much as I do in these shots. Leatt has some more subtle styles in the 2024 range.

The 5.5 Flexlock boots in the Jonny Walker 22 special colourway.

Here are some things you should know when deciding your sizes for your next Leatt 2024 purchase.

  • The jerseys are very stretchy, but I still went up a size from normal to allow me to be able to get it on myself over my Armour that I wear under the jersey. Nothing worse than needing your mate to help you get dressed for your ride. The larger jersey goes on easier and still has a tight fit due to the stretchy materials.
  • The Boots fit like a glove. Sized exactly how I expected. No issues with width or that pinchy Achilles feel you get from other boots. So if you are a true size “10” say. You will be a “10” in these too.
  • The gloves fit well, like a glove. But I ended up a size bigger than I usually do. Again the stretchiness of the product allows you to fit into smaller sizes. But in a glove, you don’t want that tight fit to lead to arm pump. With the gripper technology in the glove and the stretch the larger size still had no wrinkles in the palm but had a free feeling so less chance of getting arm pump.
  • Pants have plenty of room for knee braces. Don’t upsize on their behalf. The yoke (room for your butt in seated and standing positions on the bike) of the pants has room to move. But also is not baggy or worse, too clingy. The Pants are a more comfortable fit than some other pants on the market which was a pleasant surprise.
  • Don’t forget that when you order a helmet you will get a set of Goggles! These Helmets are super light and breathable. But true to their size guide.
Attention to detail and built-in inclusions. Leatt has solved one of those ongoing problems on Mud days. How to protect your vision. No longer will you need to duct tape an old lens to your visor. They have one that fits perfectly for the exact job at hand!

Leatt was established in Cape Town, South Africa, is renowned worldwide for its pioneering designs
and manufacturing of protective equipment for Moto and MTB. With a reputation for safety and
innovation, Leatt develops high-performance gear for professional riders and enthusiastic
beginners alike.

Leatt has their 5.5 Wrist brace available in two sizes. Easy to fit and remove, Works best with their 1.5 Gripr glove that has no closure mechanism.

To find out more, head to your local dealer or check out the full range at https://leattmoto.com.au/

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