Fox Racing Proframe Full Face Helmet (Matte Black) (L)

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Fox Racing Proframe Full Face Helmet (Matte Black) (L)
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The Fox Proframe Helmet is the original full-face trail helmet and still the market leader. Designed to meet the needs of all-mountain riders and enduro racers, it packs MIPS™ technology and a dual-density EPS liner into a superlight shell along with a fully integrated chinbar.

The Proframe Helmet has 15 intake and nine exhaust vents which provide exceptional airflow and breathability on both climbs and descents. Thanks to its fixed design, there's no need to stop, remove, and store the chinbar. Ride wide open with the Proframe.

  • Ultra-lightweight enduro and all mountain helmet
  • Patented integrated chinbar
  • Highly breathable, moisture wicking and anti-microbial liner
  • 24 Big Bore vents for unrivaled breathability
  • Fixed visor is positioned perfectly for maximum air flow
  • Fidlock® SNAP helmet buckle provides quick entry and exit
  • MIPS reduces the rotational motion transmitted to the brain during impact
  • Dual density Varizorb™ EPS liner provides improved protection

Shell Material: Polycarbonate
Fit System: Fidlock SNAP Chin Buckle
Chin Bar: Fixed
Safety Features: MIPS
Certification: CPSC, ASTM F1952 (DH)
Color: Black
Weight: 771g (Size S), 855g (Size L), 863g (Size XL)

This product was added to our catalog on February 25, 2022

Verified Owner
Friday, Apr 29 2022 (about a year ago)
Fox Racing Proframe Full Face Helmet (Matte Black) (S)
Helmet visor was shipped faulty due to a manufacturing defect. Only one side will attach. I will attempt to superglue the other side on. Seems like a pretty significant quality control issue.
Circumference (in)Circumference (cm)
S20.5 - 22"52 - 56cm
M22 - 22.9"56 - 58cm
L22.9 - 24"58 - 61cm
XL24 - 25.3"61 - 64cm

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.