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Alpinestars Tech-10 Boots - Vegas LE Alpinestars Tech-10 Boots - Vegas LE Scrubs - Lake Havasu City, AZ, USA A very good purchase "Over all the boot is very nice I think it was around three rides and it felt broken in I bought a size 9 and it fit perfect on my foot. Feels like a shoe when you were it. But I think they should make the toe a little stiffer. I do love the soal of the boots there very comfortable. so far haven't had any issious with the boots. there a very good buy"
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Leatt Hydra 4.5 Chest Protector Leatt Hydra 4.5 Chest Protector SteveB - Menlo Park Leatt 4.5 Hydra review "Previously had the Zac Speed Recon S3 chest protector / backpack combo. Served me very well but after 5 years of weekly riding it was toast. Zippers shot, 3 water bladders, cracked plastics. It is also currently unavailable in the USA. Initial reaction to this new 4.5 Hydra was subdued; the chest protection was shorter, and it didn't feel as solid as my Exotec. I was thinking it may not stay in place. All my concerns about movement were unsubstantiated. Once it settled ( 1st few minutes) it stayed put. I've fallen & it stayed put. I've ridden in nasty sticky mud & light rain & my stuff was 100 % clean & dry inside. The following are NIT PICKY things that could stand an upgrade: 1) The water hose & bite valve do not draw as much water in a single gulp as my old setup it seems like more work to drink. The bladder itself had added a chemical taste to the water. After 2-3 vigorous washes in hot soapy water it was gone. 2) My old Zac Speed set up had a strap that was low on the back and attached higer on the front that would effectively de-weight the heavy backpack ( tools & water ). It really worked well! It would be a wonderful addition to the next gen. of this model. 3) The rain hood /flap over the zippers is thin material and keeps jamming the zipper. A minor, but regular irritation."
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ATV Riding - What to Wear

Riding quads on the track, trails or dunes offers unmatched fun for all ages and experiences. But don't let the four-wheels give you a false sense of security. Falling off happens, crashes eventually occur and even at slow speeds, it still hurts!

Much like strapping a seat belt on when driving a car, always wear the appropriate riding gear when quadding including a helmet, goggles, gloves and boots. Racing quads or ripping through the trails requires additional protection like a chest protector, knee guards and a neck brace. Naturally, no one wants to crash and riders don't anticipate on hitting the dirt, so instead, they prepare for a crash.

MotoSport carries the industry brands you trust to prevent serious injury and keep you safe. Today's ATV riding gear is so comfortable most riders quickly forget it's on. Elbow and wrist guards, knee and ankle braces and, of course, DOT approved helmets portray just the start of what's available in full body protective gear.

As you get comfortable on the ATV, eventually you take more risks, roll the throttle a bit more and take that jump you skipped last week. That's usually when crashes happen. You might be forced to call it a day, a month and even longer, or dust yourself off and get back to riding. We understand finding the correct gear for your riding needs takes time and is a bit overwhelming, so let us help you. Use the size charts and if you're unsure about a specific product or what to get, give us a call on our toll free line 866-667-6288.