LEATT unveils its new product range for 2023


LEATT has made an appearance at Eurobike and brought with them their brand-new line for 2023. This includes new helmets, shoes, and much more.

Notable Updates

All-new rubber compound RideGrip Pro

Leatt has thrown a bunch of new tech into their new line-up of shoes. Their new rubber compounds RideGrip Pro and WaffleGrip Pro sole pattern are claimed to give riders the ultimate grip. They say the “PRO” version is a 20% softer rubber compound than normal RideGrip. The WaffleGrip Pro sole pattern is inverted from the WaffleGrip in its current range. They say this new pattern helps pedals with shorter pins lock into the shoe better.

WaffleGrip Pro sole pattern with RideGrip Pro rubber compound
WaffleGrip sole pattern with RideGrip rubber compound


Hydradri bad weather line

Leatt has introduced the new Hydradri range into its All MTN lineup for when you just can’t stay off the bike, even when it’s raining.

There are three versions of their membrane which each has a specific waterproof and ventilation limit to suit what terrain or weather you’re riding in:

  • Hydradri Max 30K/30K
  • Hydradri Evo 20K/20K
  • Hydradri 10K/10K


Leatt says to look out for more information on specific new products dropping in Autumn of 2022, something we will likely cover, so stay tuned.


Contact: LEATT.com




Leatt Unveils Its 2023 Product Range At Eurobike


Leatt is thrilled to announce their first post-pandemic appearance at the global Eurobike trade show in Frankfurt, Germany. Leatt’s product range, driven by the science of thrill and built around protection, has immensely grown in the past two years and is showing a wide head-to-toe product range. Every product is developed to enhance the riding experience and increase the rider’s safety.

At Eurobike 2022, for the first time Leatt presents its 2023 product novelties to the public. In all of the following segments there are completely new products:

Gravity (Durable Performance Gear)

Enduro (High Performance Gear)

All MTN (Technical Riding Gear)

Trail  (Endurance Riding Gear)

Hydradri (Outdoor Performance Gear)


New 2023 Product highlights

Shoe highlight: All-new rubber compound RideGrip Pro


Leatt’s 2023 range of shoes will comprise 5 new models. All of them are a result of great customer and rider feedback. Aside from the other premium features, the new shoes all have the Leatt Lab developed tech, from the rubber compound RideGrip Pro to the WaffleGrip Pro sole pattern, giving riders that ultimate riding grip. The “Pro” version will have a 20% softer compound compared to the RideGrip and offers amazing bike traction.  The new flat pedal shoes also feature the new WaffleGrip Pro sole patterns, an inverted version of the WaffleGrip in Leatt’s current range – this new pattern helps pedals with shorter pins lock into the shoe.


Apparel highlight: Hydradri bad weather line

The relaunch of Leatt’s All Mountain gear is a product upgrade towards bad weather riding equipment and has an amazing scope for various outdoor applications. The 2023 collection has been separated from Leatt’s established All MTN range and is introduced as a brand new Hydradri range including monosuits, jackets and pants. This new fabric is designed to allow everything you need to keep riding when mother nature wants you to stay home. Hydradri is a Leatt Lab developed membrane which is available in three versions:

  • Hydradri Max 30K/30K
  • Hydradri Evo 20K/20K
  • Hydradri 10K/10K

Each of these is geared towards a specific waterproof and ventilation limit to suit what terrain or whether you are riding in.


Apparel highlights: New women’s apparel line

Leatt is introducing various new apparel items to its 2023 range, from new pants in the gravity and trail ranges to new enduro jerseys; also the women’s apparel family has grown for some new models. Stay tuned for more detailed information dropping in Autumn 2022.

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