Leatt DBX 3.0 All-Mountain helmet

Leatt has its own answer to MIPS called 360° Technology used in the DBX 3.0 helmet.


410 grams





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Leatt has its own answer to MIPS called 360° Technology, which the company says reduces up to 40% of rotational acceleration to the head and brain.

This takes the form of small, round, soft inserts throughout the DBX 3.0 All-Mountain helmet. They’re spaced between 18 vents, so air flows quite well through the helmet.

The Fidlock magnetic closure system offers quick and easy closure of the strap buckle, and the dial closure snugs up comfortably with no pressure points.

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