Fox, the brand behind the Proframe RS amongst a host of protectives and clothing has introduced a brand new helmet to the market. The Crossframe Pro is designed to blur the lines between endurance mountain biking and gravel thanks to a range of premium features, and technology partnerships.
Fox's new visorless helmet fills the gap in the brand's range for a lid that compliments short travel and gravel bikes during rides that take riders over long distances with a smattering of technical descents thrown in.
In order to fill that role, it's equipped with Mips to handle rotational impacts and that's combined with a dual-density Varizorb EPS foam. Inside, the Crossframe Pro benefits from a removeable, washable and anti-microbial Ionic+ liner. That EPS is in-moulded too which ups the breathability, which is one of the main benefits of the Crossframe Pro as it gets a vast number of vents to keep the lid cool during those lengthy days on the bike.
The feature lists continues as there's a Fidlock SNAP magnetic buckle which is a standard of helmets at this price, and there's a handy inegrated sunglasses holder that employs TPU inserts to keep your specs in place.
Fox's latest visorless helmet, the Crossframe Pro is available in three sizes, from S up to L and can be picked up for £190.
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