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Video: The latest winter mountain bike clothing from Fox

Friday, December 6th, 2019 3:09pm
Category: MTB

Winter mountain bike riding means rain, wind, snow and often sub-zero temperatures. That’s no problem with the right kit, and Fox have delivered once again with this lot – let’s take a closer look.

As you’d expect from Fox, this is high performance riding kit that won’t let you down after a few rides. It’s packed with the latest technology and made to offer superior fit and comfort – worth investing in if you’re serious about beating the worst of the winter weather.

Featured in this video:
Fox Racing Defend Thermo Hooded Jersey Fox Racing Defend Fire Alpha Vest Fox Racing Defend 2 in 1 Winter Short Fox Racing Defend Wind Vest
Fox Racing Flexair Pro 3L Water Jacket Fox Racing Flexair Pro Fire Alpha Jacket

 The Wind Vest is packable down to the size of an apple and highly windproof and water resistant, made using Cordura ripstop fabric so it's durable too. The Wind Vest is packable down to the size of an apple and highly windproof and water resistant, made using Cordura ripstop fabric so it’s durable too.

Made using Polartec® Alpha® insulation for warmth and breathability, as well as Cordura fabric for durability, wear it as an outer or mid layer depending on the temperature.

Pair it up with the Defend Thermo Hooded jersey and Defend 2 in 1 winter short, and you’ve got an all-conquering setup.

The Flexair Pro Fire Alpha Jacket is the perfect jacket for almost all types of cold weather riding.

Polartec Alpha fabric provides warming insulation and breathability with Cordura fabric again used for improved durability.

The Flexair Pro 3L Water Jacket is one of the best dedicated waterproofs on the market right now.

Laser venting is used in the hood so you can ride with it over your helmet and it won’t blow off, and other well thought out features include pockets for keys and a phone, plus reflective logos for extra visibility in the winter.

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