Meet The Team

Leatt Corporation is passionate about protecting people. Safety is the core of our business and we have assembled a team of dedicated professionals who are all equally driven and eager to achieve our ultimate goal: Saving lives.

Mission and Strategy

At Leatt’s core is a passion to save lives! We are driven to protect the bodies and futures of athletes – professional and amateur.
Our mission is to extend our unique lab-tested and athlete-trusted performance protective gear to more sports and to more athletes globally.

Press Releases

  • Leatt Corp Announces Financial Results for First Quarter 2018
    RELEASED: 10 May 2018
  • Leatt Announces Date of First Quarter 2018 Results, Conference Call and Webcast
    RELEASED: 02 May 2018
  • Leatt Corp Announces Record Revenues for the Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2017
    RELEASED: 27 Mar 2018
  • Two Leatt Products Win Powersports Business Nifty 50 Award
    RELEASED: 22 Mar 2018
  • Leatt Announces Date of Fourth Quarter and Year End 2017 Results, Conference Call and Webcast
    RELEASED: 13 Mar 2018

Company Profile

Leatt Corporation is renowned for the award-winning Leatt-Brace®, and we have since extended our range to include Leatt® helmets, body armor, knee braces, elbow guards, hydration systems and other cutting-edge products that are redefining protection and inspiring confidence in the world of extreme sports. Independently backed by science and testing and trusted by some of the fastest riders in the world, Leatt® protects athletes who constantly push the limits.

Currently Leatt Corp. is the global distributor of the Leatt-Brace®, a revolutionary neck protection system for all helmeted sports.

Other patents and products are in development. Research and Development takes place in Cape Town, South Africa and production is based predominantly in China.

Leatt has warehouses and a distribution office in California for the North American Market as well as a world-wide network of distributors.

Leatt History

The Leatt story began in 2001 when Dr. Christopher Leatt witnessed the death of a fellow motorcycle rider the weekend after his son, Matthew, began riding.

Dr Leatt began research and development of a device almost immediately, driven by a passion to protect not only his son, but all riders from the effects of catastrophic neck injuries. His first patents were filed in 2003.

Investor Queries

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Brett Maas
Email Brett Maas
(646) 536-7331

Latest Financials

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