Fox has introduced the all-new Fox Proframe RS which takes the lightweight and breathability of the original Proframe up a notch. It's also the first helmet to hit the market that uses the latest Mips Integra tech. Here's everything you need to know.
The Fox Proframe RS is designed to meet the needs of all mountain riders and enduro racers, offering increased ventilation and decreased surface contact in a bid to keep the rider cooler on extended rides. The helmet then gets an Ionic and anti-microbial liner and cheek pads to offer a great fit, says Fox.
As for fit, that's taken care of thanks to a BOA fit system and there's a Fidlock magentic closure as well as a four step adjustable cradle and two thicknesses of cheek pads allowing the rider to tailor the helmet's fit. Along with that, the visor is three-position adjustable with space for goggles and there's a removable under-visor GoPro mount.
However, the star of the show is the brand-new Mips Integra Split tech. It's an all-new protection system that employs both an EPP and EPS layer with the Mips protection.
Available for £310, the new Fox Proframe RS comes in a selection of four sizes, seven colours and it's rated to downhill certification.
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