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THE MOST COMPLETE APPROACH TO SAFETY AND PERFORMANCE
The all-new V3 Solids Helmet is the most technologically advanced moto helmet we have ever offered. It builds off its championship-winning heritage with a new highly ventilated design and a systematic approach to protecting you from both linear and rotational impacts. The tech-rich update includes an arsenal of revolutionary features including Fluid Inside® and Fox's proprietary MVRS. Worn and refined by the fastest racers on the planet, the V3 is made for motocross champions.
- Fluid Inside™ is designed to help dissipate rotational and linear energy transmitted to the rider’s brain in the event of a crash
- Magnetic Visor Release System (MVRS) allows the visor to detach during a crash
- Dual-density Varizorb™ EPS liner is meant to provide improved protection by spreading the forces of impact across a wider surface area
- Patent-pending chin bar/eye port CAGE ™ is intended to improve energy management in the event of an impact
- MCT (Multi Composite Technology) Shell construction that blends Carbon and FRP resins to provide a light yet rigid external shell
- Injected Mesh vent screens provide superior ventilation and airflow, while maintaining protection from dirt and debris
- Removable, washable X-Static® comfort liner and cheek pads are antimicrobial and manage odor while wicking moisture away from the head
- 4 shell and EPS sizes for best in class fit
- Meets or exceeds DOT and/or ECE 22.05 standards
Our carbon/black helmets use raw/clear coated UD carbon fiber, which gives each helmet a unique look and finish
|SIZE||CM||IN||CHEEK SIZE PAD|
|S||55cm-56cm||21 5/8" - 22"||35mm|
|M||57cm-58cm||22 1/2" - 22 7/8"||35mm|
|L||59cm-60cm||23 1/4" - 23 5/8"||35mm|
|XL||61cm-62cm||24" - 24 3/8"||35mm|
How To Take Measurements
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.