X-Legend is the new off-road boot from Eleveit. The top of the range, developed by racers to satisfy the needs of racers. Tested for two years over the toughest race terrains, it adds a new level of performance to the consolidated characteristics of products currently on the market.
UPPER: flexible and light microfibre.
LINING: 3D breathable mesh, soft touch for a great comfort.
REINFORCEMENTS: ankle protection through a new flexion system which works both on lateral and on up/down way.
CLOSURE: Eleveit buckles with micrometric adjustment.
SOLE: Eleveit design double compound and double colour rubber sole.
The boots worn in past seasons by the ex-world champion Alex Salvini in the EnduroGP and this season by Andrea Adamo and Alberto Forato in a number of rounds of the MXGP.
One timeless yet essential element of Eleveit products is the extreme attention to detail, and the X-Legend boot is fitted with micrometric adjustment fastening levers positioned in four strategic fastening points, ensuring increased precision, comfort and reliability in the event of accidental opening.
Controlled Forward Flexion is an innovative system that controls and protects the back and forth movement of the ankle not beyond its natural limit.
The system consists of a PU heel that extends in height until it is anchored under the arch connecting the inside and outside of the boot. When the X-Legend boot and the limb flex forward, the heel becomes more and more tensed until it stops the ankle movement. Eleveit's patented system guarantees optimal forward/back oscillation of the joint, preserves its integrity in risky situations and does not compromise the rider's comfort.
Controlled Lateral Flexion is the other system patented by Eleveit and used in the X-Legend boot and consists of a PU frame that guides the lateral movement of the ankle. The system is applied externally to the sides of the leg and to the ankle height and is equipped with a central joint that adjusts the inclination of the limb. The upper plate of the skeleton is welded to the lower one by means of a metal stud that moves inside a housing with two programmed stop points. The lateral movement of the joint is thus mechanically controlled within the natural bending arc, preventing over-extension and, above all, damaging torsion.