Review: Fox Speedframe Pro Helmet

Sep 22, 2021
by Daniel Sapp  


Fox introduced the Speedframe Pro last year. The helmet targets trail riders and the team at Fox claim the helmet is "the most comfortable, best-fitting, and coolest trail helmet they've made in the 45 years they've been in business."

The helmet comes with a host of features sure to tick the box on some riders' wish list - MIPS, a 3-position adjustable visor, a Fidlock closure buckle, a 360-degree retention system, and a removable, washable, antimicrobial XT2 liner. The helmet is available in eight different color options and sells for $169.95 USD.

The sizes available are Small, Medium, and Large, and the helmet tipped my scale at 401 grams for a size medium.

Speedframe Pro Details

• 360º retention system
• MIPS
• Varizorb EPS Liner
• Fidlock SNAP buckle
• XT2 Antimicrobial liner
• Weight: 401 grams (medium, actual)
• Sizes: Small, Medium, Large
• EN1078, CPSC, AS-NZS 2063 standards
• MSRP: $169.95 USD
www.foxracing.com





Details

Fox designed the Speedframe Pro to offer trail riders what they call "class-leading and trail-specific performance features." Catchy buzzwords aside, the helmet does have several features well-suited for the modern-day mountain biker. There's loads of ventilation through four large vents in the front of the helmet and a washable, antimicrobial liner for keeping the funk at bay. In addition to MIPS, there's a Varizorb EPS liner designed to provide impact protection by spreading the forces of a head impact across a large area, instead of it being focused on the point of contact.

The visor is adjustable to three different positions and there's a Fidlock SNAP buckle, which can be operated with one hand, gloved or not. The straps are fixed below the ear, and the tri-junction there is not adjustable. The helmet's retention system is a 360º style set up so that the helmet tightens uniformly around the head, as opposed to only in the back, or the back and sides. Finally, the helmet is goggle compatible, with a nice cradle for the strap on the back and room to work with the visor to stow goggles when they're not in use.



Ride Impressions

While helmet fit is just as personal as saddle choice, the Speedframe Pro fits my head quite nicely. It sits neutrally, not too high, not too low, and leaves room for glasses to rest on my ears without clanking against the helmet's shell - more on glasses in a bit.

I've long been a fan of 360º style fit systems that tighten all the way around the head, instead of simply in the back as it keeps the pressure even. The system on the Speedframe is comfortable and nicely executed, providing even and ample pressure around the head. The dial is straightforward to reach and adjust. In addition to the circumferential fit, there's an adjustment in the back that allows the system to be moved in several positions vertically through a pin/snap system to fine-tune things further.

The adjustment of the visor is straightforward, and while it's not more of an infinitely indexed system, like one of my favorite helmets, the Specialized Ambush, the three positions are truly all I can imagine anyone needing. The Fidlock buckle is simple to use and a bit less finicky than a standard buckle, especially when wearing gloves. While it's not all that common that I really need to take my helmet off mid-ride, when I do feel something fly into the vents I want to be able to get it off as quickly as possible, since I've been stung in the head before. It's worth noting that my colleague Seb may disagree with me here as he's found the buckle can pinch his neck from time to time but, I personally didn't have that issue.

While the helmet was designed around the fitment of goggles, it's quite disappointing that glasses don't seem to be much of a consideration. Now, I understand that plenty of people ride with goggles in many places, and goggles do fit well with this helmet, but I would argue that far more trail riders use riding glasses. A helmet that is marketed as a "performance-focused open-face trail helmet" should accommodate riding glasses and have a place to stash them when they're not needed in the back of the helmet, as one of the few times I don't have glasses on is when they're fogging up - usually when I'm riding slow or uphill, or both. "Try your pocket" well, no, if they fog up on your head, they're surely going to in your pocket - additionally, pockets and packs are where expensive lenses go to find scratches and die.

Moving on, the Speedframe is fairly light, offers ample protection, and is comfortable. The ventilation is excellent, and I don't feel as if it's any warmer than a trail helmet should be. On rough trails, the helmet stays perfectly in place and feels just as secure a couple of hours into a ride as it does at the start, and I don't find myself constantly fiddling with the retention system as some other helmets lend to.





Pros

+ Well made, comfortable and secure
+ Fidlock buckle closure
+ Excellent ventilation

Cons

- Limited adjustment on the visor
- No storage for glasses




Pinkbike's Take
bigquotesThe Speedframe Pro has earned itself a spot in a very small rotation of my favorite helmets. The styling is excellent, and the fit is superb. Unfortunately, I find myself foregoing it in favor of my Specialized Ambush on rides when the temperatures and humidity will encourage me to shed my glasses at some point during the ride. That quibble aside, I believe that it's one of the better fitting and performing helmets currently available that I've found, and it's sure to accommodate a wide range of trail riders.  Daniel Sapp








136 Comments

  • 35 2
 Spot on with the glasses thing. I usually try to store my glasses on the helmet for long uphill grinds or when taking a break, but my speedframe just seems to have the vents in all the wrong places for the glasses.
  • 4 1
 yeah the no storage thing is pretty annoying, i like my speedframe but ive considered getting something else just based on that
  • 26 1
 At least they left vents off the side so they could fit a huge logo there!
  • 3 0
 For anyone who is interested, my Bell Super Air rear vents keep my sunglasses in place nicely during the extended climbs. Interested in what other helmets do this well. I’m familiar with Smith and Oakley helmets holding glasses well. Any others?
  • 9 0
 This is something I've never thought about. My shirt or bag always hold my glasses till I get to the top. Top of the helmet seems risky for loss.
  • 4 0
 @jason3559: My POC Tectal has the nice rubber goggle strap in the back which serves as a perfect place to hold up folded glasses when I climb.
  • 2 0
 I hang them from the ear/ chin strap. They are out of the way and not going to fall off.
  • 4 0
 Dead on, love this helmet but the glasses thing is a huge miss
  • 2 0
 @Tearsforgears: @jason3559 my POC also handled my Oakley glasses in the vents really well
  • 3 0
 THIS! Love my speedframe, would love to buy another one but there are just too many other great options that I can also store my riding glasses on for the peddle up. Please FOX listen to this and make an update for your next generation of speedframe.
  • 3 0
 @jason3559: TLD A2, vents in the rear accommodate glasses really well.
  • 4 0
 @jesse-effing-edwards: helmets are good because the glasses don't fog up. Pockets = foggy or too tight.
  • 1 0
 @Tearsforgears: I used to love that little feature on the POC helmet. Now I have a bluegrass that has sunglass holding vents and its never as convenient or secure.
  • 1 0
 @Tearsforgears: yup love that on my POC

Do like this lid though, maybe I’ll buy one, design & 3D print a thing that you can attach glasses to that goes into a vent or something, a bit like a light mount

Seems there would be a market for such a thing…
  • 4 0
 I put mine under the visor, upside down - the arms stick into the two side vents. It's a bit annoying to get them up there, but they don't rattle and they don't fall out.
  • 2 0
 @jesse-effing-edwards: true but its cool with the roadies so i put them up there upside down as well.
  • 3 0
 For glasses with the speedframe: instead in the vents above the visor flip them upside-down and put them under the visor. You wedge the arms between the visor and the outer shell of the helmet. Not secure enough to ride down trail with them stored there but just fine for the uphill.
  • 3 0
 @olslash: I will try that in 80 minutes.
  • 2 0
 Anyone ever tried finding clips or 3D printing clips similar to oakleys sunglasses clips for that helmet that you could attach to any helmet?
  • 1 0
 I can’t believe how much this bugs me. Jamming my sunnies in my lid became such a habit with my TLD A2 that I can’t seem to live without it. The problem is the TLD helmets are so bloody expensive and the only difference is the ability to store your sunnies. Fox, do us all a solid and sort the vents out for the next speedframe.
  • 1 0
 @Ro0ne: I still can't believe this is a thing, haha. Half the time I just hang them off my shirt collar, but usually just slip them in my bag otherwise.
  • 1 0
 @jesse-effing-edwards:

Different strokes for different folks. I’ve lost two pairs of sunglasses hanging off my collar. Putting in a bag makes sense, but a pain to stop, pull the bag out and deal with the sunglasses. Time better spent getting psyched up for Strava segments Smile
  • 1 0
 @y0eddy: yep. the ones in the front, too. My Oakley Racing Jackets fit perfectly in the upper more external vents
  • 18 1
 I'll make my standard plea again for including some indication of what head shape a helmet will suit in the review. Kudos to Daniel for mentioning other helmets that fit him, that does give a clue. It would be handy if all reviewers could mention that. Interior dimensions measured front-to-back and left-to-right would help give a clue of the width/length ratio.

Perhaps with all the oodles of Outside cash washing it's time to employee a xenomorph and a bowling ball for comparative head shape suitability testing.
  • 6 0
 I have a bit of a narrow long head, and sometimes get pressure points on the front of my forehead on some helmets. This helmet fits me very well.
  • 2 0
 @djbrickhouse: Same exact thing here. Narrow and long, a lot of helmets can put a little too much pressure on the front of my forehead. This one does not. Fits perfect.
  • 13 0
 Another things these helmet reviews NEED to include is safety testing. The fact that this helmet scored very highly on the Virginia Tech testing should be worthy of inclusion. Sure, their testing isn't perfect, but its obviously way better than trusting the absurdly outdated certifications that any helmet seems to be able to get away with.
  • 1 0
 @djbrickhouse: agrrt, same shape head as you and this fits me well. Better than my A1 Drone
  • 1 0
 im 99% sure mike kazimer also mentions other helmets that fit him in his previous reviews.
  • 1 0
 I have a narrow head and this thing gives me a headache front and rear. Doesn’t touch on the side.
  • 2 0
 The Speedframe works well on my narrower, oval-ish head. Feels fairly similar to Giro helmets. For an opposite comparison, I've always found Smith helmets to be targeted at round heads.
  • 1 0
 @djbrickhouse: same here! Narrow and long (And big! 7-3/4 hat size) and the Speedframe Pro fits so well I got a second one for back up. Bell helmets seemed to be the only thing that fit me before this but made me look like a mushroom since they are so wide looking. I'll find something else to do with my sunglasses, like wear them, for a helmet that fits right.
  • 20 7
 Cons: hope you dont need to make a warranty claim, as it only took them 6 months to tell me that the wouldn't replace my £460 Fox rampage carbon helmet due to a manufacturing fault, as it was about 3 weeks past the 1 year warranty period.
  • 15 1
 Smith didn't even ask for proof of receipt when I asked for a crash replacement coupon. Smith's warranty makes it hard for me to not go with their stuff.
  • 4 0
 Same for me with Fox. I emailed them after I trashed my helmet in the Spring. And I am happy that the helmet protected me from major head trauma, but I did fracture my pelvis :-(.

I contacted Fox thereafter and they provided me with a crash replacement coupon with no proof of receipt.
  • 10 4
 It was out of warranty, you had 12 months to send it back and still managed to send it back three weeks late. They would have assumed you was taking the piss and refused it out of principle.
  • 1 0
 @mw2bonn: I also had good luck with fox on crash replacement coupon. They hooked me up right away. On the other hand Ive had bad luck personally with TLD.
  • 3 0
 @HB208: Same with my Bell. They just asked what model I had and if I wanted an upgraded version (which cost me nothing). A couple days later, a box arrived in the mail.
  • 2 0
 And it took 1 year + 3 weeks to figure out there was a manufacturing issue? Something more to this story.
  • 3 0
 No the helmet started to crack at the chin strap rivet 3 weeks after the 1 year warranty ran out. Then took 6 months for a reply from fox Europe.
  • 1 0
 @thenotoriousmic: i didn’t buy it like that, it was 3 weeks past the warranty ran out.
  • 1 0
 @mw2bonn: interesting. Fox Europe said they did not do crash replacement.
  • 2 0
 @lewiscraik: wasn’t a crash the helmet started to crack from the rivet that held the chin strap in place
  • 1 0
 @broadyvrs: I was responding to the guy in Canada who got a crash replacement. Maybe Fox Europe are just a bit rubbish.
  • 9 0
 To me, the most important part of a helmet, is its ability to protect my head.

Virgina Tech does independent helmet testing, and this one seemed to have done fairly well (9th overall out of all the mountain helmets tested)

helmet.beam.vt.edu/bicycle-helmet-ratings.html
  • 1 0
 The only issue is that this list is a bit dated. The Smith helmet they review is the Forefront 1, which was replaced by the two over three years ago. They do not have the Kortal from POC, etc. It just feels like they recently reviewed the Fox stuff and there have been improvements in helmet technology since some of the reviews they performed for other brands
  • 1 0
 @HB208: I don't disagree. Ideally helmet manufacturers would send helmets to VT so they can run their tests on them.

If other consumers demanded high ratings on their helmets, then we could likely see more helmets getting tested
  • 2 0
 @Tim-bikes-a-lot: For sure - I am just pointing this out because people say "Fox is rated best in this test" without realizing Fox is competing against a lot of models that are 4+ years old (that have since been replaced)
  • 4 2
 I sweat a lot and MIPS seems to make things worse, to the point I now avoid it. To have sweat gi into my eyeballs on a g-out, rock garden or looking through a turn is counter-productive because MIPS makes me more likely to crash. And yes I use a sweatband. What's safer for me in real life is not necessarily safer in a lab.
  • 1 0
 @iamamodel: Good remark! But in this case the Fox is well ventilated, I sweat a lot too and I'm not more embarrasing with the Fox than my older standard helmet.
  • 13 5
 Does nobody else run a gopro mount for night riding headlamp and also to just run a gopro? Not having an integrated mount option on such an expensive helmet is a bit of a turnoff.
  • 4 0
 Yep, love the built-in mount on my Giro Montaro--very sleek integration. Absolutely wouldn't buy another trail helmet without it at this point.
  • 8 2
 Use a chest mount. Having a 4 inch mount and camera sticking from the top of your head is not what you want in the event of a crash
  • 6 1
 @HB208: The Montaro has a breakaway mount to prevent issues around that. Chest can be good for camera, but helmet is much better for lights/night riding.
  • 1 0
 I agree, but at least the shell allows to put the glued support in a well centered place, it could have been a vent channel instead in the middle... however, the shape of the visor doesn't give a chance to secure the glued support, limiting the choice in point of view...
  • 2 0
 @DonnyFarkles: I’ve had 2 Montaros and never been able to get the GoPro mount to click in securely.
  • 1 0
 I run a GoPro mount for a headlamp. Stuck one right dead centre on top - no issues.

Prior to this I had a Smith, and was frustrated that I had to spend $25 to buy a bloody proprietary mount for the helmet - after shelling out $300 for the helmet. Disappointed it wasn't included.

can't speak to the gopro views as I run a chest-mount
  • 2 0
 @lewiscraik: I had the same issue with my Montaro and needed to remove some of the excess foam around the mold to get the mount to fit in securely.
  • 2 0
 @lewiscraik: The same for my Montaro. The padding also disintegrates very quickly.
  • 2 0
 @korev: I’ve found my second one a lot better in that regard.
  • 5 0
 Have to agree with the reviewer...there's no "good" solid place to store sunglasses. I found a few spots were "ok" for fireroad spins but anything remotely bumpy and say goodbye (including the under visor position). Sure, not a huge thing but I ended up replacing mine for that reason.
  • 7 0
 I pop mine in my t-shirt collar and hope they don't fall out Big Grin
  • 2 0
 @terribleone1982: every time I've done this I've lost my mine...
  • 4 0
 Pro tip. Buy the speedframe over the speedframe pro. Essentially the same helmet apart from losing a few features like the antimicrobial lining and the fidlock, and it's £50 cheaper rrp. I got mine 25% off on sale too. £75 for this, can't complain
  • 1 2
 You also lose MIPS, but it's debatable as to how well it works.
  • 1 0
 @xxinsert-name-herexx: It has MIPS, all you lose out on is the glossy colours, the fidlock buckle, the antimicrobial liner and the dual density EPS foam.
  • 1 0
 From 99€ to 107€ from foxeurope, with free delivery! Top
  • 3 0
 I have the Speedframe and like it a lot, except for two things:
1. In size M, the fit is close to perfect, but i am struggling ti find glasses that fits. The temples hits the retention system and/or the shell it self. So I anyone can recommend glasses it would be awesome.

2. The MIPS creaks a lot!
  • 2 0
 Yeah man, mine is squeaky AF too! really annoying. Also the sizing is different then other Fox stuff. I had the Flux in a L/XL, so naturally bought the L, but i'm fully clicked in at the tightest setting and it's just like 1 click off being perfect. Didn't notice at first, but once the padding compresses a bit, it's too damn loose.
  • 1 0
 Came here to see if anyone else's speedframe creaks! Such a shit design having a plastic liner rub again polystyrene, everyone knows polystyrene creaks like mad! I personally which I just got the cheap arse version without MIPs
  • 5 1
 This is the least noticeable helmet I’ve worn yet. Doesn’t get hot, doesn’t move at all and feels super light compared to my other helmets. Honestly forget it’s on.
  • 1 1
 yep. a couple extra clicks on the dial for rough descents and no bobbling on the forehead. it's a brilliant lid.
  • 2 0
 Have this helmet and love the way it looks and fit. Have the camo'd version and have been stoked on it. Had never thought about the glasses thing until reading this... feel like that's a little nitpicky but maybe my glasses just ventilate better or I don't work as hard on the climbs haha
  • 2 0
 I hope they made the chin strap longer on this version. I had to return a previous Speedframe pro because there wasn't enough extra strap to let it out enough to fit under my chin to snap the Fidlock together.
  • 1 0
 can vouch for this helmet, i had the displeasure of putting it to good use, twice, and walked away both times with no serious injuries, just a hole in my wallet.

although, maybe melon optics glasses are slightly wider but ive not had issue sticking them on the top in the 2 large vents, not dropped them yet Smile
  • 1 0
 Doesnt say its GoPro compatible. Also, why not make the top the same profile as a gopro mount, that way you can mount gopro, hear light etc on the same mount rather than it always being a compromise. I also want ear muff attachments for the winter rides. haha, seriously though... I don't like ear ache in the winter.
  • 1 0
 @danielsapp Been looking at these because of that long horizontal vent across the fore head. What's the sweat management like? I currently have a Bell Super 3 trail lid and I am constantly stopping to take it off to wipe my brow due to the river of sweat directed straight in to my right eye. I'm hoping the horizontal vent might alleviate this a bit?
  • 1 0
 It does help with this some. I think it's a little better than the Bell in that respect...sweat is hard though - if you're a super heavy sweater, the Oakley does a pretty good job of this but it's a good bit different style of pads/system.
  • 1 0
 @danielsapp: Good stuff! Thanks for the reply!
  • 1 0
 I never knew I wanted glasses storage … until I got a helmet that makes it easy (Forefront 2). It is a very useful feature.

Anyone run this and a Fox Dropframe? The Drop fits my peanut head really, really well. It’s just unwearable for more than half the year in Phoenix because it’s so hot.
  • 1 0
 Fox helmets don't fit my head. The Bell Super's I've had fit great. My Troy Lee helmets fit great. I can't even get the size large Mainframe or the old Flux L/XL to not feel like I forgot to take the brick out of it. Long live egg shaped heads!!
  • 1 0
 For what it's worth, I had a pretty nasty crash where the side of my head hit hard pack dirt from about 9' up while wearing this helmet. I lost my vision for about 5 minutes and had concussion symptoms for about 6-7 weeks, but that was it. No loss of consciousness, no epidural hematoma, no basilar skull fracture. The helmet had a dent and scratches where it impacted, but otherwise performed great considering the mechanism of injury. The dent did not penetrate more than halfway through the foam. I emailed Fox and they gave me a 20% discount on a replacement helmet.
  • 2 0
 I'll raise your 20% to 100%. I had a horrendous crash in my Bontrager Rally. I told my LBS how well the helmet protected me and they said that helmet has full crash replacement within the first year. Golden!
  • 1 0
 @iamamodel: Dang, that's rad! Yeah I was hoping for more than 20% if I'm being fully honest.I almost bought that Rally initially too...
  • 1 0
 @andyburn: Ouch. The Rally was, when released, one of the best rated in terms of protection. I sweat like a bastard in it though.
  • 1 0
 Looks like I am the only one who loose the thigten dial, my wife miraculously found it in the garden grass, I fit it but it comes loose again and again. I set up the dial and fix it with electric tape. A bit disappointing but happy to be sooo lucky to find this mf dial!
  • 1 0
 I bought this helmet and while it looks good and works well it does have some issues. First off the padding just pours sweat down your face, I really liked my old Bell that had the sweat collector on the front and the white straps on this helmet turn brown after a few hard rides I really wish they made them black...
  • 1 0
 100% agree. Sweat management is poor. I wish it had better absorption because the fit is outstanding for me.
  • 1 0
 Fits my noggin well and has the same snug fit as my old Poc which it replaced. Good head coverage that provides confidence that if I need to use it, it will do the job on everything but the worst face-first smashes. Agree on the glasses issue. The decals also disappeared within a few months of riding (which I don't mind). Quite a bit of coin, but worth it for the fit and features (and picked one up on sale).
  • 1 0
 I'm very happy with my helmets fit and feel. Love the vents and the buckle. My only gripe is the front forehead pads durability. The front pads, well the fabric seperated from riding in hot weather and sweat saturation. I feel the pads become overwhelmed on hot days therefore I also wear a head band for sweat absorption. Overall tho an amazing helmet.
  • 1 0
 I bought one today, haven’t hit the trails yet but if I hadn’t read this review I wouldn’t have known about the vertical adjustment at the rear! Fit just went from a 7 to a 9!
Gonna pay my LBS a visit and educate them on how to fit lids.
  • 2 2
 Most glasses fit very well upside down slid under the visor in either the second or third highest position. The arms wedge nicely between the helmet and visor. They wouldn't stay put for chunky descents, but for fire road and singletrack climbing it works well.
  • 1 0
 Anyone else being surprise by the movement liberty of the shell? I thought first I was wrong on the size, but it seems that the MIPS has such a great degree of freedom that the helmet moves constantly on rough terrain...
  • 1 1
 Cons : Sweet Protection Trailblazer MIPS. Same price tag (kinda) and safest helmet tested by Virginia Tech :
helmet.beam.vt.edu/bicycle-helmet-ratings.html

I bought one for me and one for my son, riding it all summer, nothing to complain about.
  • 1 0
 Have had the basic speedframe for over a year. It’s ok and doesn’t get hot but the fit could be better.
What’s up with companies putting less and less padding in helmets now?
The A1 is still hard to beat for comfort.
  • 1 0
 I picked one of these up at the start of this season. I have been very happy with mine. I also went with the White as an added heat measure living in Texas.
  • 2 0
 The sans glasses storage deterred me, I run way too hot n sweaty on climbs to have my glasses on my face.
  • 1 0
 Why do helmet companies continue to place visors so high on helmets, basically making it impossible for them to be, you know, visors.
  • 2 0
 I guess, for my own, that visor is more useful for disroute branches than for protect from sun...
  • 1 0
 @Zarma: For me at least the visor being high up is great is because if it's down, it turns into an oven.
  • 2 0
 This is high on my shortlist when my Giro Montaro comes up for replacement. I have a Proframe and the fit is good.
  • 1 0
 "the most comfortable, best-fitting, and coolest trail helmet they've made in the 45 years they've been in business" ... what else could they say Big Grin
  • 1 0
 Superb helmet. Cons: Forehead padding could be a bit thicker, could be offered in at least one "hi-viz" color, sizing runs ever so slightly to the small.
  • 1 1
 glasses tucked into the neck of your shirt? I find this so much more easy to do one handed when riding than trying to get them into the helmet.
  • 5 0
 The shirt can work, but if you get on any sort of terrain past a fire road, it's a good way for your fancy eye helmets to end up in your spokes.
  • 2 0
 I broke a pair of smiths like that, it was horrible. I've used Croakies since and it works well.
  • 2 0
 Totally agree. Glass storage would be great. Hate when they got up.
  • 1 3
 I’ve had mine for a year and loved it. I personally carry my glasses is a soft glasses bag when I’m climbing and have never had scratching issues. The little bag comes in handy when I inevitably drip sweat all over the lenses and need to wipe them down with something cleaner than my dirty shirt.
  • 1 0
 Best helmet I've ever owned super comfortable vents better than my A2 and looks cool. Don't wear glasses so have no cons
  • 1 0
 I tried speedframe but was not compatible with 100% goggles because of low front vent
  • 1 0
 Had 2 and exactly 9 months both of the rear buckles fell apart. Fit amazing but wont last
  • 1 0
 Best fit ever but the padding is minimal and the sweat absorption is subpar. If they can improve that it'd be a 10/10
  • 2 0
 No water bottle mounts? Cmon Fox
  • 6 4
 Cons: it's white.
  • 3 0
 Pros: it’s available in several colours.
  • 2 0
 Mmmmm bee catcher vents!
  • 1 0
 I had several mips helmets but by god the speedframes mips are noisy
  • 2 3
 The new water bottle mount, is the need to mount glasses. For get protection.
  • 1 1
 Just got mine last week, for the price I’m a pretty happy camper
  • 2 2
 So put your glasses in your pocket or your bag FFS how hard can it be ?!!
  • 6 2
 It's way easier to stick them in your helmet if the option is there - I'm with Daniel on this one. And glasses will definitely fog up in your pocket.
  • 1 1
 I dont buy Fox anything it all falls apart quick! Just bought a Smith
  • 2 4
 Cons: We had to write something here. It looks like a nice helmet.
  • 2 3
 Love mine!
  • 1 0
 Yep. Have been happy with mine, as well.
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