Leatt Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior for children available now for sale in stores across the United States

RELEASED: 25 Nov 2013

*3,000 vests shipped in time for the Holiday Season*

CAPE TOWN, South Africa (November 25, 2013) – Leatt Corporation (OTCQB: LEAT), a developer and distributor of protective sports equipment including the award winning Leatt-Brace® as well as ancillary products for all forms of extreme high-velocity sports, announced today that the new Leatt Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior for children is now available for sale in stores across the United States. The Leatt Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior combines the industry acclaimed Leatt-Brace® neck brace with a complete upper body protective vest.

The company said that it has recently completed shipment of 3,000 Fusion 2.0 vests and that they are now available for sale in better motorcycle and bicycle shops across the United States.

Sean Macdonald, CEO said, “We promised that the Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior would be available for sale for the upcoming holiday season, and we are excited to announce that they are now in stores across the United States, which is our largest market. “Every parent with a child who participates in extreme sports, including high velocity downhill sports of any kind, has a deep-seated fear that their child might sustain life-altering injuries in a bad spill. When parents buy the Leatt Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior this gift-giving season, they will be giving their children the gift of increased safety, and their children will feel proud to be wearing the same gear as their riding heroes wear.”

Transworld Motocross Magazine, the largest motocross magazine currently in circulation in the world, said “The Leatt Fusion 2.0 vest is the perfect answer for mini riders who want the ultimate in protection.”

Click here to see the Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior: http://www.leatt-brace.com/index.php/choose-your-sport/enduro/fusion-2.0-junior-protector-available-november

The Leatt Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior was designed not only for youth BMX, mountain bike, ATV and motorcycle riders, but also for high velocity downhill sports such as skiing, snowboarding and skateboarding, when used in conjunction with proper head and face protection. It combines the CE certified Leatt-Brace® neck brace, with chest, back and shoulder protection.

Dr. Chris Leatt, Leatt Chairman and head of Research and Development said, “Young motorcycle, bike and ATV riders as well as downhill riders are very susceptible to chest, back and neck injuries. We believe that the Leatt Fusion Vest 2.0 Junior will finally provide them with a single, upper body and neck protection device that will help decrease serious injuries from impacts.”

The vest will be available in several colors, in two highly adjustable sizes, fitting children from approximately 3½ to 5 feet tall, and will retail for $249.

About Leatt Corporation
Leatt Corporation develops and sells protective equipment and ancillary products for all forms of sports, especially extreme high-velocity sports. The Leatt-Brace® is an award-winning neck brace system considered to be the gold standard in neck protection for anyone wearing a crash helmet as a form of protection. The latest generation of the Leatt-Brace, the Five.Five neck brace, is also designed for participants in high-velocity sports such as motorcycling, bicycling, mountain bicycling, driving all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and other vehicles, and have potential applications in any downhill or freestyle high-velocity sports. For more information, visit: https://www.leatt-corp.com | http://www.leatt.com.

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