The history of Fox Racing is, in part, the history of motocross racing. It all started with Geoff Fox, a can-do motorcycle enthusiast who built his own company from the ground up. What started as a small parts distribution company, however, quickly grew into a recognizable motocross apparel brand. Fox found his passion in making bright, colorful race gear for his motocross team, and hasn’t looked back since.
Flash forward to today and Fox Racing is still known for producing some of the most progressive and timeless motocross gear available. Though their MX line continues to be extensive, the brand has become so recognizable and so highly sought after that it has expanded to include a casual apparel line. Featuring items like hoodies, t-shirts, and hats, the casual apparel caters to all facets and needs of the industry.
With their finger on the pulse of the industry, Fox Racing has easily become one of the most popular and influential brands available. It isn’t all about cool colorways and designs, though – Fox Racing is also a leader in and advocate for rider safety. The newest technology and latest innovation available is worked through their helmets, neck braces, and other protective gear, all to ensure riders are as safe as they can be - wherever they ride.
Robert in FL
I didn't mean to try it out, but yesterday it protected me in a hard "get-off." (Endo over the handlebars) I landed hard on my back and the protection did it's job. Even after landing hard, it is still in "as new" condition. Some have mentioned that the "tail" is a bit long, but I sure am glad I had it yesterday. I ordered an XL (the biggest available) and it is still a little bit small. (I'm 6'1", 215 pounds, 40" chest). Knowing how well it worked, I would order it again.Read All Reviews
Adam in CA
Good quality, good protection on the back side of the hand without being too bulky. Not as much ventilation as the gloves I’ve used in the past which is okay since I ride in the cold some times, but I might end up getting a different pair for hot days. I need to ride with them to test them outRead All Reviews