Video: Sam Reynolds and Iago Garay Launch the 2015 Fox Head Fall Range

Sep 7, 2015
by Fox Head  

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  Iago diving into Surrey, UK

Fox Fall 2015 clothes
  Fall is for making layers.


As nature does its worst, layer up to add the protection you need to keep performing at your best. As you heat up, peel away the unnecessary layers to find your comfort zone on the ride.

• 4-Way stretch
• Waterproof and breathable
• Wind resistant
• Sealed seams
• Bonded fleece
• Venting

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Fox Fall 2015 clothes


The Gradient jacket is the perfect blend of water resistance and riding comfort. It is lightweight, breathable, highly water resistant and the mechanical 2-way stretch fabric allows you all the freedom of movement you need while you are out on the trails. Top it off with our fitted, performance ready under helmet hood and you have a jacket that will keep you on the trails in just about any weather.

• Lightweight waterproof/breathable mechanical stretch fabric
• Full taped seams keep the elements out
• Underarm laser cut vent panels
• Fitted hood folds into collar for when you need it
• Reflective Detail


• 3 layer 4-way stretch
• Waterproof/breathable
• Reflective detail
• Pockets with audio stash and headphone port
• Strategic abrasion resistant film placement

Fox Fall 2015 clothes


• 2 layer 4-way stretch main body
• Waterproof/breathable laminate
• Full seam sealed with water resistant zippers
• Fitted hood folds into collar
• Reflective details throughout jacket
• Pockets with audio stash and headphone port
• Strategic abrasion resistant film placement


• 2 layer 4-way stretch main body
• Waterproof/breathable laminate
• Full seam sealed
• Water resistant zipper pockets
• Fit-lock closure

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MENTIONS @Fox-Head-Inc @SamReynolds26

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Member since Jan 17, 2012
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  • 54 3
 I didn't notice the clothing, I was just checking the trails that I was riding yesterday !
  • 7 10
 What trails are these?
  • 6 7
 Round Peaslake. Winterfold Hill.
  • 9 3
 Yeah, and top of Pitch Hill, the DJ's are off of Summer Madness if you fancy killing yourself lol
  • 3 2
 i rode them trails yesterday too
  • 29 1
 Here's me attempting that last step up....
  • 4 0
 dam son. you need to slow that shock rebound down! haha
  • 3 0
 yep haha, learnt that the hard way!
  • 3 0
 Youch !! How's your wrists ? Smile
  • 3 1
 yeah it's fine now, wasn't broken or anything serious luckily! but kept me off the bike for a month or so Frown
  • 1 2
 Is this peaslake or far far west of leith hill?? i get highly irritated when i see these clips, after 15 solo trips to surrey I never once find anything like this & I cover 25+ miles when I rider there. think I need a guide.
  • 1 0
 p.s I was there also there yesterday NOT RIDING THESE TRAILS!
  • 1 3
 anyone have gpx or coords links or trailforks?
  • 1 3
 best thing to do is join pedal and spoke on one of their shop rides, they have a shop based in peaslake and ride every other wednesday i think
  • 1 3
 cheers for the suggestion but im a north londoner. been riding there regular for the past 2 yrs using opencyclemap to navigate on the phone, ride daytime weekdays so not many peeps in them hills to even quiz for good spots to ride. Ill find this shit eventually if it kills me. i ride chicksands & woburn a lot trying to make the most of it while i can still get 2 wheels off the ground!
  • 3 2
 ...or find the join-a-ride group on facebook and join one of their weds rides. they are a bunch of really friendly guys that know all these trails and will show you around. i'd show you myself but i have a 9-5er so could only show you at wkends. not sure how you've missed all the trails in two yrs of riding there, the place is riddled with great trails, but good luck finding them next time!
  • 1 1
 I would like to see a durability test done on mountain biking apparel.
Every Fox Head gloves I have owned, (~5), they have fallen apart within a few months, while my Giro, Answer, and Dekine gloves last me more than a year.
I haven't owned any other Fox Head products, so having a durability test done on them would help me decide if I should buy their product or not.
It may just turn out that their gloves suck, but the rest of their products are durable.
  • 4 3
 found the coords, have fun shreddin ya wankers! 34.083653, -118.350991
  • 2 0
 lol norcal
  • 1 0
 @norcal77 lmao right in the middle of downtown LA haha, only riding there would be on a bmx at fairfax high
  • 2 1
 @supatramp I figured anyone asking for coordinates to trails on PB needed a drink at "The Village Idiot Tavern" downtown LA. You guys want coordinates to my favorite fishing holes too? "hella" dumb...
  • 2 1
 I live bang in the middle of a city, 42 yrs of age & well I'm certainly no a*shole with a £3,000 bike which only sees the light of day once a month. I took up mtb after I f*cked my knee & cant ride my skate & consider my riding days could be limited, I made around 15 trips to this region (this is only one of MANY places I ride) over the past 2 years most times on my own travelling 2hrs on trains & riding around 30 miles or so on my visits to surrey hills which is more than twice the average distance people tend to ride there judging by the strava logs. So I think Ive earned my stripes no?? Most of the trails in the edit are widely known, probably are very few 'secret' spots in surrey & even the local pro (B.F) is super casual & friendly & rides the regular routes with the rest of us lesser mortals.
Thankfully 2 cool as f*ck PB members p.m me with a few directions & links to some strava segments (not as user of strava for the record) & even offered to show me around sometime so my plea for some local knowledge was answered.
If you think there anything wrong with attempting to reach out to other riders for their experience & knowledge then maybe you should head to your favorite downtown LA drinking establishment & have a jug all to yourself.
  • 3 0
 This is South England s bike park , we don't have mountains here , props to the guys who have built these trails , free for all to ride ..
  • 24 2
 You know your a cute little heart breaker....oh Foxy
Translation; Fox Gear looks good until it starts falling apart after two rides.
Ohhhh Fox it.
  • 4 0
 And it costs (in the UK) as much as high end designer gear. £110 for a god damn hoodie...
  • 7 0
 Exactly. I always love the design, but they really need to find a new sweatshop. Their helmets are great, but their clothing line isn't so much. Dare I say that they are are the CrankBrothers of bike clothing.
  • 2 1
 should check for a reasonably priced hoodie... just sayin
  • 8 0
 We need a video on how to do a Scandinavian Flick. Impressive cornering!
  • 17 0
 It's just a flick to the left. Then a skid to the ri ri ri right. You put your hands on the bars. Then you hold on ti ti ti tight. Lets do the sick flick again.
  • 13 5
 That music was dreadful.
  • 3 2
 You ain't kidding
  • 7 5
 Could have been worse. Could have been some rap/r&b dog poop!
  • 3 0
 The majority of time I go riding I see people wearing things like ZOIC, FOX and other expensive stuff. I also notice that the majority of these people don't ride hard enough to get their clothing dirty, much less ride hard enough that you are going to fall on occasion. The majority of people that I know who ride hard generally don't buy expensive clothing, because it's going to get destroyed anyhow. A friend of mine was kicked a bunch of Fly Racing gear after being a volunteer for an Enduro race. His words; "it was cool that I got kicked down this ride gear(jersey, shorts, gloves; roughly $325 in total), because I would never buy it. Shit cost too much and is usually poorly made!"

To me, this clothing is for team riders and people that want the brand look out on the trail.

It's like those guys at the airsoft games who have on $500+ worth of tactical gear/clothing, but are afraid to crawl because they'll get dirt on it.
  • 3 0
 So sick !!! On l'y problem = price """""
  • 1 0
 impressive riding as always from sam and iago! those scandinavian flicks are awesome. iago needs the van to go uphill because of his sluggish nomad. just kidding
  • 1 0
 Wonder if they have actually made the shorts waterproof this time? certainly won't be buying another set to find out..
  • 1 0
 The Attack Q4 CW (the black/camo one) is actually waterproof
  • 1 0
 The Attack Q4 CW (the black/camo one) is actually *menat to be* waterproof, fixed that...

i bought them specifically for that, along with a good few mates, they lasted 2-3 rides before water poured in. for all of us. completely crap.
  • 2 0
 POC shorts are waterproof, look good too, but lack velcro waist adjustment, doh!
  • 4 1
 What's the use of waterproof shorts? Half of your leg is still going to get wet?
  • 3 0
 Steezwhip, if you're serious and have to ask, you have not enjoyed the pure bliss of a dry ass while riding in the slop.
  • 1 0
 Haha for sure, no no I getcha
  • 4 0
 Keep your arse dry. Much more acceptable towelling your legs dry in the carpark than dropping yer drawers... you can get arrested for that sort of behaviour.
  • 1 0
 Loved my circa '07 Fox Stormshield jacket, haven't bought a single item from them since...
  • 1 0
 What bag is that Sam has? I wouldn't mind a bag with the capacity to carry both helmets
  • 1 1
 Hey @Fox-Head-Inc, any plans to make a MX styled pant for cooler and/or wetter trail riding? I've got some Demo pants, but they'd a bit overkill for pedaling. Love your gear!
  • 3 0
  • 1 0
 Think I'll have one of those Bionic jackets, quite like that Smile
  • 1 0
 My old stomping ground Smile
  • 1 0
 Great edit
  • 1 0
 Good gear.
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