The Fox Proframe Helmet is the lightest and most breathable full-face helmet we have ever created. Designed to meet the needs of all-mountain riders and enduro racers, it packs MIPS technology and a dual-density EPS liner into a super-light shell along with our patented, 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 airflow - 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 - Our lightest ASTM DH certified helmet: 750g. (size medium) - Certifications: ASTM F1952 (including chin bar rigidity test), Testing standard established by ASTM for downhill mountain bike racing, EN 1078, AS/NZ 2063, CPSC
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The Joy Ride Super 3R gives you everything you need to own the trail. It's designed for the ever-changing needs of trail riding with a unique removable chin bar technology that basically gives you two helmets in one. You can remove and carry the chin bar in your pack during long climbs, and then lock it in place for that added boost of confidence on technical terrain. The easy, tool-free installation and removal process takes seconds. The Float Fit system is lighter and more comfortable with a rubbber overmolded dial, plus this year No-Twist Tri-Glides have been adopted for added ease of adjustment. Other trail-specific features include our GoggleGuide adjustable visor, a breakaway camera mount and Overbrow Ventilation. The Super 3R includes MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System), which can provide an additional measure of protection in certain impacts. Specs - MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) - a leading slip-plane technology designed to reduce rotational forces that can result from certain impacts. - Safety: wraparound chin bar: a removable protective chin bar, designed for trail riding adapability -- no tools required. Warning: all chin bars have limits, and serious injury or death can occur. Read owner's manual carefully before using your helmet. - Construction: Fusion in-mold polycarbonate shell - a process pioneered by Bell bonds the helmet's outer shell to the EPS foam liner to create a sturdier helmet. - Goggle-guide adjustable visor: accommodates both goggles and glasses - Number of vents: 23 helmet vents, 4 brow ports, 6 chin bar vents - Interior/liner type: X-static padding - quick-drying materials, woven with real silver fibers, inhibit growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi - Ventilation Type: Overbrow ventilation features intake ports on the brow of the helmet to usher in cool air and push it through the air-channel matrix for full-head ventilation - Fit system: Float Fit - A minimalist, lightweight fit system with an easy-to-turn rubber overmolded dial for adjustments - Weight 784 grams (size M) - Small = 52 – 56cm - Medium = 55 – 59cm - Large = 58 – 62cm
We stock multiple colors, however some colors may be special orders. In addition to the protection offered by MIPS Spherical, the Super DH is loaded with features, including a 360-degree wraparound, tool-free, removable chin bar beefy enough to satisfy the rigors of ASTM 1952 testing, huge eyeglass- and goggle-friendly eye-port, adjustable-height visor, snap-in camera mount, Overbrow Ventilation and X-Static padding, and a quality fit that is second to none. The end result is uncompromising protection and performance, and unparalleled versatility. The Super DH is ready to take World Cup DH runs on the chin, bang out bike park laps until the chairlifts stop running, or settle into hours of backcountry uphill grinding in search of that perfect ribbon of high-consequence singletrack.
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