FOX SPEEDFRAME PRO FADE
The Speedframe Pro Fade Helmet has earned Virginia Tech’s best rating (5 STARS) in its Bicycle Helmet Ratings program. Designed with input from our pro mountain bike athletes, this top-tier open-face mountain bike helmet offers a market-leading feature set.
Top of that list is MIPS™, which is designed to reduce rotational motion and redirect forces away from your brain should you crash. Dual-density Varizorb™ EPS bumps up that impact protection even further by spreading forces of impact across a wider area.
The 360-degree fit system and Fidlock® SNAP helmet buckle ensure a perfect fit every time you ride, and the buckle is a cinch to operate, even with gloves on. The XT2® liner is antimicrobial and manages odor while wicking moisture away from the head, and once it gets a little stinky, is easily removed and washed.
Goggles pair well with the Speedframe Pro Fade Helmet too, thanks to the 3-position adjustable visor. If you’re looking for a performance-minded trail helmet, congratulations—you just found your new lid.
- MIPS™ added protection system has been proven to reduce the rotational motion when implemented in a helmet by absorbing and redirecting energies and forces otherwise transmitted to the brain
- Dual-density Varizorb™ EPS provides improved protection by spreading forces of impact across a wider area
- Fidlock SNAP helmet buckle provides quick and secure entry and exit while wearing gloves
- Removable, washable XT2® liner is antimicrobial and manages odor while wicking moisture away from the head
- Optimized venting with channeled, in-molded EPS provides efficient cooling
- Goggle compatible, 3-position adjustable visor
- 360° Fit System allows you to dial in your perfect fit every ride
- Note: Avoid exposure to aerosol sprays like bug repellent and sunscreens as they can cause your helmet’s finish to peel
|S||51cm – 55cm|
|M||55cm – 59cm|
|L||59cm – 63cm|
HOW TO MEASURE
Using a tape measure, measure the widest circumference around your head. Run the tape measure slightly above the eyebrows (typically ½” – 1”), keeping the tape measure horizontal and rounding the head above the ears. Take several measurements to ensure you have the largest circumference. Alternatively, you could use a string and measure it against a ruler. Apply your measurement to the helmet sizing chart to find your recommended helmet size. If a measurement falls in-between a size, go up to the larger size.