Leatt’s new Velocity goggles are bulletproof

Leatt’s new Velocity goggles are bulletproof

Renowned for its neck braces, Leatt is a South African company that has a defined focus on improving rider safety. Its latest range of goggles is no exception to that rule, and the Velocity 6.5 has a 2.7mm thick military-spec lens that’s tough enough to stop ballistics in their tracks. Troy Lee Designs Stage helmet review What to wear mountain biking 6 of the best goggles for mountain biking Leatt Velocity goggles details and information The three models in the Velocity goggles range share the same body, bulletproof lens technology, foam and frame design, but are seperated by the inclusion of roll-offs and alternative mirrored lenses. The main party piece of the new range is the lens’ ability to stop bullets, and regardless of lens model, they’ve all been certified to the same standards: ANSI Z87.1-2015, MIL-DTL-43511D and CE EN 1938:2010. All of the googles’ straps are fitted to the ...

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