New for the year and at the top of Fox’s helmet line, the V3 Preest Helmet is a premium off-road helmet that houses the most advanced protection technology Fox has to offer—proving they’re serious about rider safety.
The new design still houses crucial traits that made the V3 so successful like a lightweight composite shell that has further reduced the helmet’s weight, 18 ventilation openings that flow large amounts of air, and the MIPS lining that greatly aids in reducing head trauma during impacts at oblique angles.
But Fox hasn’t rested on their laurels. The most important tech they’ve introduced into the V3 is the MVRS (Magnetic Visor Release System). This new tech allows the visor to make a clean, effortless breakaway during a crash—greatly reducing the chance your visor will catch on the ground and cause further injury.
The MVRS system eliminates all visor screws and instead uses several powerful magnets to attach the visor to the helmet. Fox has proven this attachment system holds up to roost and debris but still reliably releases during a crash. They’ve also increased the sizing options so you get four different shell sizes and four EPS sizes. With more accuracy in sizing, the most advanced safety features, and the build quality of Fox, the Fox Racing V3 Helmet becomes one of the best high-end, off-road helmet options available.
Composite shell construction using carbon, Kevlar, and fiberglass
4 shell and 4 EPS sizes for a precise fit.
Dri-lex® premium comfort liner and cheek pads.
14 intake and 4 exhaust vents for optimum airflow.
Exceeds DOT standards.
Includes premium helmet bag.
Dual-density EPS Liner
DOT and ECE certified
MVRS (Magnetic Visor Release System)
Traditional visors secure to the helmet using screws. The new Magnetic Visor Release System uses powerful magnets to attach the visor. This Fox-exclusive technology lets the visor stand up against roost but quickly release during a crash—giving MVRS an entirely new approach to managing rotational forces.
MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System) is a specialized helmet safety technology that is now being used in the top tier of off road helmets in order to greatly lessen the chances of traumatic brain injury.
By integrating an engineered low-friction layer into the liner of the helmet, MIPS enables a relative sliding motion between the head and the helmet so angular and rotational impact forces are absorbed and deflected.
Since most head impacts occur at oblique and unpredictable angles, helmets with MIPS Technology are able to offer better protection than helmets without.