Fox Racing have released their 2021 racewear collection with highlights including an all-new V3 RS helmet, new safety standards for all ‘V’  helmets and updates to the dedicated Legion Off-Road clothing range.

Focus on safety – all-new V3 RS

The headline act, literally, in the MX21 range from Fox is the all-new premium V3 RS helmet which features a “revitalized commitment to safety and protection”. The new V3 RS (Race Spec model - see below, right) will lead the helmet collection with a complete Carbon and Aramid fibre shell construction, enhanced fit, reduced weight, emergency release cheek pads, dual density Varizob EPS liner, Eject compatible internal recess and side shear visor screws. Fox say the new V3 RS “the most complete approach to safety and performance in the Fox helmet line-up.”


The 21’ line pushes innovation and performance to all-new levels say Fox through a “rider first” mentality which sees all models in the ‘V’ range adopt the MIPS safety system. MIPS is the highly developed rotational management system used within the Fox helmets and will now feature across their V3 RS, V2, V1 and Youth V1 helmets. This comes as solid news for parents buying helmets for their kids as well as budget-conscious riders who can’t always afford the most expensive model.

Legion Off-Road range


“Innovative” product improvements have made their way into the redesigned Legion Off-Road collection. Durability, versatility, and utility are the key ingredients to the most comprehensive off-road collection Fox say they have ever created.


The line includes the Legion packable waterproof jacket, the ultra-durable and convertible Legion jacket, and the mobile, warm Legion soft-shell jacket. All new for ‘21 is the Tac-Vest (above), featuring nine pockets to evenly distribute weight on your body and which is capable of carrying hydration bladder, tools and essentials for those long days on the trail.

Race and base armour with D30 armour


The safety doesn’t end there as D3O, the leader in impact protection, will be used in key guards in the range including the Raceframe SB roost deflector which features a low-profile design with a CE Certified D30 back insert. D3O will also be added into the base layer guards category. That means the back protector, shoulders and elbows in the Baseframe Pro D3O, plus shoulder and elbow protection will feature in the Baseframe D3O.

The Flexair range leads the MX racewear collection with strong emphasis on mobility and breathable construction. Modern riders demand the lightest and most unrestricted movement on the bike can count on Flexair to deliver at the highest levels, says Fox of the MX21 sets. The legendary 360 racewear sets the standard with durable materials in high wear zones making it a solid choice for tough on and off-track conditions.

The Fox MX21 collection is globally tested and proven by premier Fox Team athletes Ken Roczen, Adam Cianciarulo, Austin Forkner, Tim Gajser, Chad Reed, Taddy Blazusiak, Manuel Lettenbichler and Ricky Carmichael.


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