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    Troy Lee D3 and Leatt Compatibility

    Anyone using the newest D3 with a Leatt (DBX)? How is the range of motion?

    Ive been using a 661 Flight moto and want to switch to a bicycle, DH specific helmet. I picked up the newest Fox V3R carbon, and the head movement backwards was so restrictive, Im returning it. I had way more movement with my full moto 661!?

    The Troy Lee is one of the few helmets on the currently short list that meet the new-ish DH specific bicycle helmet saftey standard, ASTM F1952, which is why its on my list.

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    I'm running a D3 with my Leatt and it is much better than my remedy or D2 was. I don't even realize its on anymore.

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    The D3 was designed to be used with a Leatt Brace.
    So it should be fine I think.

    Google-Ergebnis für http://www.factoryjackson.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/TLD-D3-FJ-REVIEW-13.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mo(n)arch View Post
    The D3 was designed to be used with a Leatt Brace.
    So it should be fine I think.

    Google-Ergebnis für http://www.factoryjackson.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/TLD-D3-FJ-REVIEW-13.jpg

    Awesome! Thanks for the pic, it perfectly illustrates the area I was concerned with.

    Out of curiosity, which model of the D3 is that? In TLD's most current line up on their site the only helmet that is mainly black & white is the Palmer Chrome model, which has red accents I dont care for. But it is the closest to black and white.

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    This is the Sam Hill model from a few years back. It was avalaible this way and in red.
    This one was produced the first production year of the D3

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