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Leatt adds new women’s apparel and affordable 360-degree Turbine helmets to 2020 range

Leatt is launching its new Twenty-Twenty DBX MTB gear collection.

The inventors of the Leatt-Brace and producers of protective gear offer head-to-knee protection and an exclusive apparel range for MTB and urban purposes.

The South African company is adding women’s specific apparel to its range, based on comfort and durability. Leatt’s Women’s gear is designed specifically to suit the needs of female riders. Whether it be rough enduro trials or fast dusty trails, these jackets, jerseys, shorts and gloves are designed to keep riders cool, calm and comfortable.

Also new in the Twenty-Twenty collection are the DBX 1.0 Mountain and DBX 1.0 Urban helmets, retailing at £54.99 and £39.99 respectively. Both helmets feature Leatt’s own 360-degree Turbine technology, designed to reduce impact forces to the brain by as much as 30%, while also being able to reduce rotational acceleration to the head and brain by up to 40%.

2020 gear is available from UK distributor Hotlines now, with stockist opportunities available and free POS on offer.

To find out more, the Hotlines team can be reached via 0131 319 1444 or sales@hotlines-uk.com.

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