ALIAS A1 SERIES GEAR “Alias strives to set a new standard in motocross products. Our objective is to bring to market the lightest and best-fitting motocross pant and jersey. We use only high- quality materials that are made to last in the most grueling conditions that motocross has to offer. We listened to our professional athletes, customers and design/development staff and focused on the details that are important to motocrossers. Our 2014 line is the best yet.” —Alias’s Craig Rood. $129.95 (pant), $49.95 (jersey)— www.aliasmx.com or (760) 930-1712. LEATT C-FRAME KNEE BRACE “The all-new C-Frame Leatt knee brace combines ACL, meniscus and MCL injury reduc- tion with great comfort. The Leatt C-Frame brace offers three-point force distribution that reduces the risk of meniscus and MCL injuries, and the brace is equipped with an adjustable soft lock- out that helps protect against hyperextension and ACL injuries. There is also no need to wear knee- brace socks with the C-Frame because there is an integrated sock along with a molded, CE impact- approved, soft-shell, visco-elastic patella cup for knee protection.” —Leatt’s Jason McCune. $599.00 (per pair)— www.leatt.com or (800) 691-3314.
AIROH AVIATOR HELMET “I believe the Airoh brand represents the highest level of technology and safety in the helmet sector. Airoh has spent many hours reengineering the Aviator helmet for the U.S. market. It was elemental that we bring Airoh to market as an ECE- and DOT-approved helmet. More important, Airoh did not want to compromise the weight, safety, airflow and balance they have forged their reputation on. The helmet is light, very well balanced and maintains the wind-tunnel-developed aerodynamics and flow. It will set new standards of consumer expectations.” —Airoh’s Timothy Calhoun. $569.00— www.airoh.com or your local dealer. NIHILO HOLESHOT DEVICE FORK-GUARD BRACKET “With most holeshot devices, there is excessive stress on the bottom of the plastic fork guard at the point of attachment to the fork shoe. Most riders will see their plastic fork guard break from prolonged use of a holeshot device. Professional riders accelerate harder off the gate, and this applies even more stress to the stock plastic. Until now, there have not been any commercially available fork-guard braces. Nihilo Concepts decided it was time to design a simple bracket strap to solve the problem once and for all.” —Nihilo’s Rob Fox. ; $11.95— www.nihiloconcepts.com or (772) 426-3004.
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