LEVERAGE IS THE ENEMY
Fox V3 Matte Carbon Helmets use our Magnetic Visor Release System 'MVRS' to attach the visor. This Fox patented technology replaces screws with magnets - an entirely new approach to managing rotational forces. The visor is designed to stay firmly in place under roost, but release in a crash.
In addition, the V3 helmet is equipped with the Multi-Directional Impact Protection System 'MIPS'. Mimicking the cerebrospinal fluid, MIPS adds a low-friction layer between the helmet and the head. This technology reduces the rotational violence otherwise transmitted to the brain.
The V3 helmet features 4 shells and 4 EPS dimensions. This exhaustive range of helmet sizes provides the most accurate fitting helmet we have ever created.
The interior features 14 intake and 4 exhaust vents to channel fresh air through the helmet and allow hot air to escape. A DriLex Comfort Liner feels luxuriously soft against your skin and rapidly wicks sweat to keep you dry.
- MVRS - Magnetic Visor Release System releases in the event of a crash
- MIPS - Multi-Directional Impact Protection System®
- Dual-density EPS liner with softer layer near riders head
- 4 shell and 4 EPS sizes for a precise fit
- Lightweight multiple-composite shell construction
- Removable, washable, moisture wicking DriLex® comfort liner
- Removable, washable, moisture wicking cheek pads
- 14 intake and 4 exhaust vents for optimum airflow
- Matte finish
- Exceeds ECE 22.05
- Exceeds DOT
|Size||CM||IN||Cheek Pad Size||Weight|
|S||55cm - 56cm||21 5/8" - 22"||35mm||2.75lbs - 3lbs|
|M||57cm - 58cm||22 1/2" - 22 7/8"||35mm||3lbs - 3.25lbs|
|L||59cm - 60cm||23 1/4" - 23 5/8"||30mm||3lbs - 3.25lbs|
|XL||61cm - 62cm||24" - 24 3/8"||35mm||3.25lbs - 3.5lbs|
Using a tape measure, measure the widest circumference around your head. Run the tape measure slightly above the eyebrows (typically ½” – 1”), keeping the tape measure horizontal and rounding the head above the ears. Take several measurements to ensure you have the largest circumference. Alternatively, you could use a string and measure it against a ruler. Apply your measurement to the helmet sizing chart to find your recommended helmet size. If a measurement falls in-between a size, go up to the larger size.