Full-face helmets are necessary for downhill riding or racing. They offer the most coverage in the event of a crash. With the chin bar providing added security and the various safety technologies available, there is no shortage of options for protecting your head from debris and accidents.
Modern full-face helmets are much more comfortable, well-ventilated, and easy to wear than then years past. For example, the Rampage helmet features various intake and exhaust vents to keep you cool and sweat free, as well as multiple padding options to customize the fit. The Proframe helmet is a super light full face mountain bike helmet that's so comfy you can wear it for both uphills and downhills.
Mips, dual density EPS foam liners, breakaway visors, and integrated chin bars are among the modern safety features that are designed to give you confidence when riding.
Premium features such as adjustable visors, Fidlock SNAP magnetic chin buckles, antimicrobial comfort liners, built-in GoPro mounts and the BOA fit system make Fox MTB full face helmets unparalleled.
Full face helmets for mountain biking are no longer limited to downhill. They are now the preferred choice for difficult enduro stages, as well as e-MTBing where riders gain large elevation.
Why ride with a full face MTB helmet?
Safety is why some opt for a full face helmet over an open face one. It provides more coverage around the head and chin.
Do I need a full face mountain bike helmet?
Full face helmets are generally unnecessary if you're planning on doing mainly cross-country mountain biking, where the risk of a major crash may be reduced. However, a full face helmet may be a more effective for downhill, bike parks and enduro riding. The Proframe helmet is a excellent choice for most types of riding.
How should a full face MTB helmet fit?
A full-face helmet should fit snugly, with no sliding side-to-side or front-to-back. To check size, the front of the helmet should not extend past an inch above the eyebrows. A helmet that extends beyond this point is too small; one below is too big.
Check out some of our styles to find your full face helmet.