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Leatt Gravity 6.0 Full-Face Helmet Gets M-Forged + Seriously Ventilated Goggles

Leatt Gravity 6.0 Full-Face Helmet Gets M-Forged + Seriously Ventilated Goggles

Leatt Velocity Gravity 6.0 helmet, 4.0 X-Flow goggles, SF rider This summer at Crankworx Whistler, Leatt presented their upcoming 2024 Gravity 6.0 full-face helmet and…

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Leatt Velocity Gravity 6.0 helmet, 4.0 X-Flow goggles, SF rider This summer at Crankworx Whistler, Leatt presented their upcoming 2024 Gravity 6.0 full-face helmet and Velocity 4.0 X-Flow goggles to a select group of MTB media. They kindly provided samples for review, so since then I’ve been riding with both pieces. The helmet and goggles have now officially launched, so here are the key details and my impressions of how they feel on the trails.

The 2024 Gravity 6.0 full-face helmet uses a new kind of carbon construction called M-Forge. This material flexes more than traditional carbon to help absorb impact energy, while keeping it super light. I found the Gravity 6.0 to offer great ventilation, comfortable interior padding, and a very reasonable weight.

Leatt’s new Velocity 4.0 X-Flow goggles introduce a new level of ventilation with their heavily cut-out frames. They proved to be comfortable and kept mud and water off my eyes (except for one specific incident). They also kept wind to a tolerable level, and are much cooler on your face than other goggles. Gravity 6.0 Full-Face Helmet:

Leatt Gravity 6.0 helmet, front angle The 2024 Gravity 6.0 helmet boasts a new kind of carbon for most of its shell, called M-Forge. The M-Forge carbon is more flexible than traditional carbon fiber, so it helps reduce rebound to decelerate impact forces. The chin bar is made from composite, and beneath the shell is an EPS + EPO impact foam liner.

The Gravity 6.0 has 22 vents, and a fairly […]

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