Founded in 1974 by Geoff Fox, Fox Racing started as Moto-X Fox, a small parts and accessories distributor. Built on the principles of convenience, quality, and reliability Moto-X Fox quickly became one of the most popular and profitable distributors in the nation. In just three short years, the company was so profitable that they began looking for a way to diversify their brand, and they found it in the sport of motocross.
With his newfound success and enduring passion for the industry, Geoff Fox began sponsoring his own motocross team in 1977. Moto-Fox became the talk of the racing community, not for their racing, but for the gear they raced in. The team’s entire racing ensemble was handmade by Geoff Fox, and the bright, colorful, gear was unlike anything else on the track or on the market. Fox had found his passion and niche in apparel, and Moto-X Fox would never the same.
Now known as Fox Racing, Geoff Fox’s company is still an industry leader, just in apparel. Driven by cool colorways, timeless designs, and cutting-edge technology, Fox Racing’s gear is as fresh as it is functional, and features the latest innovations in protection and rider safety.
True to the beliefs they were founded on, Fox Racing still maintains its reputation for convenience, quality and reliability. All Fox Racing apparel is as dependable as it is durable, and just a few clicks away. Check out our extensive selection of Fox Racing MX gear on our website, or click on the links below to browse our top catergories.
ZACHARY in ID
Here’s what I like, the buckles are simple and seem reliable, that’s it. I wear a size 12 and could barely get into the 12 boot. I swapped them for a size 13, the 13 still was still tight on the toe area from mid foot to the end of my small toe, and really tight in the ankle. I’m 6’ 200lbs, not a heavy or big boned guy, but the ankle is too tight everywhere, rubs on the inside, pinches the front when flexing, and I had to have the buckles to the loosest setting to get them to fit. These were made for skinny little chicken legs and I don’t even have wide feet or big ankles. I also feel that there is too much ankle flexion and extension, it’s good for walking, but would concern me for the amount of movement when riding. Way overpriced and under designed, the design sounds great, and fits terrible. My 10 year old $250 AXO prime boots are way more comfortable, very disappointing.Read All Reviews