Engineered to help reduce knee forces, the Z-Frame limits knee injuries and is CE certified as both a medical and impact protection device.

The Z-frame is made of an injected composite chassis with slim hinges for a superior bike feel. The new knee brace is available in sizes S-XL and retails for $299.99/€299.00/£269.99 for a pair.

“Leatt continues to expand its product lines where science and performance mesh and provide industry leading innovation designed to improve safety and performance for athletes in extreme sports,” commented Leatt Chief Executive Officer, Sean Macdonald. “Our Z-Frame knee brace is CE certified as both a medical device and for impact protection. It is carefully designed to provide industry leading protection, deflecting or absorbing impact depending on the situation. Market reception for this knee brace has been positive to date and we expect that it will contribute to our continued growth in 2019.”

Dr. Christopher Leatt, Chairman of the Board and lead Research and Development consultant added, “Leatt continues to lead the industry in research and development and advanced product testing, as we continue our legacy of developing the highest quality, safety and protective gear for athletes around the world. I am proud of our new Z-Frame knee brace and believe that it will raise the bar for protective gear for the industry.”

Source: Company Press Release