If you're looking for the best of the best when it comes to riding protection, look no further than Leatt. A new knee brace from the brand has just been released with some great technology in it...

Leatt have just released their latest technology in knee bracing, the X-Frame Hybrid. The all new Knee Brace is manufactured from Injected Carbon Composite and has a 40% slimmer hinge on the inside to provide superior bike feel.

New hinges have been added to create better and seamless movement of the knee while wearing the X-Frame.

Along with the new inner hinge, the outer hinge has also had a trip to the Leatt drawing board as it now has metal gears for durable and precise movement. Leatt use a separate sleeve with a CE certified impact protector built in to reduce the bulk in the knee area allowing freer movement when wearing race pants.

A numbered strapping system for ease and different sized hinge pads are included with a low-profile shin plate, Leatt say, all ensure the fit is perfect for you and above all comfortable.

While the price is on the higher end of the market at $729.95, it’s a small price to pay for protection.

The X-Frame Hybrid Knee Brace is made of Injected Carbon Composite and is the top-level cage-type knee brace in the Leatt Range. Engineered to help reduce injuries (ACL, Meniscus, and MCL), it is CE certified as a medical device and as impact protection.

For the top line cage type brace, take a look at the X-Frame. An alternative would be their C-Frame Pro Carbon knee brace, if you are looking for a stiffer chassis and a single sided hinge, or for something more cost effective the Z-Frame is a great option. You can grab the X-Frame Hybrid now for an RRP of $729.95 in sizes S to 2XL.


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