Product Review: Fox V2 Matte Black Helmet

2012 Fox V2 Matte Black Helmet

Fox Racing?s roots date back a long time. Formed in 1974 by Geoff Fox, the company that once started as a small distribution company for European parts has since transformed into one of the most elite action sports brands in the world. Amazing what a few decades and a lot of elbow grease can do, right? Fox is now involved in just about every action sport you can think of, but their roots are still in motocross. They?ve been a part of more winning supercross and motocross riders than almost any brand and they continue to pride themselves on the high-end quality of their products. Consider them the Rolls Royce of the moto industry, if you will.

Fox helmets

If polled, an overwhelming percent of motocross enthusiasts would agree that the two single most important pieces of equipment you can invest in are head and neck protection. Enter the 2012 Fox V2 Matte Black Helmet. A product Fox not only stands behind, but is confident is one of the best valued buys on the market. Fox helmets protect the heads of the most dominant athletes in the sport, including Ricky Carmichael, Ryan Dungey, Ken Roczen, Clement Desalle and FMX phenom, Adam Jones. If the best in the world trust Fox to protect their future, shouldn?t you?

Do yourself one favor this holiday season and invest in yourself. Invest in something that will ensure that you are as safe (and stylish) on the track as you are off. Invest in the Fox V2 Helmet. Your family will thank you.

Product Specs:

  • Injection molded polycarbonate shell design provides style & function.
  • Dual venting channels in the shell pull out moisture & heat.
  • Aerocool comfort liner & cheek pads for superior fit & moisture control.
  • Integrated roost guard shields your face.
  • Meets Snell 2005 & DOT Certifications.
  • Removable mouthpiece for easy cleaning. Price: $219.99

Retail Price: $399.95

Fox Helmets

Christmas is right around the corner and has all of the dirt bike gear, motocross boots, and motorcycle helmets anyone could ever ask for.

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