- Cotton-feel fabric is super comfy
- Great fit
- A bit too warm for summer heat
The Leatt DBX 2.0 Long jersey is a subtle design that neverthless performs brilliantly. It’s incredibly comfortable, fits very well and provides a little extra warmth during colder months. However, if you like wearing a long sleeve in summer, this one is a bit warm.
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The DBX 2.0 uses a cotton-feel fabric, which is breathable and stretchy. To keep things comfy, the seams are overlock stitched and the collar is designed to work with or without one of Leatt's own neck braces.
You’ll also find a pocket inside, with a microfiber outer that's for wiping down your goggles or glasses.
The fit and sizing is just right. The sleeves are close-fitting and the torso is good and long. The rear of the hem is dropped too, keeping any spray from finding its way up your back (or worse still, down your shorts).
Thanks to the cotton-feel fabric, the Leatt DBX 2.0 jersey is seriously comfortable. I would go as far as to say that it’s pyjama-level comfortable, but of course it comes with moisture-wicking ability and some breathability.
The lovely, soft cotton-esque fabric keeps a bit of warmth in too, so it’s a go-to for when the temperatures drop. I wouldn’t recommend this jersey for the height of summer, but then Leatt also offers the DBX 2.0 jersey in short-sleeve form.
If riding in your jim-jams is something that’s tempted you before, the Leatt DBX 2.0 Long will get you that comfort, alongside good sweat management, casually stylish looks and a useful bit of warmth for colder riding.