Mountain Biking - FOX FLUX Helmet ?
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09-27-07, 10:26 PM
Who has one and what is your opinion ??
Mate the past two Mountain Biking Australia mags have had something in them on it. They give it a thumbs up with a rating of 8/10. They rate the good comfort levels, good ventilation and superior protection. Trade offs are that it costs $180 and it weighs 352g, but the relatively high weight can be justified by the increased shell.
I dont personally have one, but I like the look them better than a roadie helmet. Better protection is more appropriate for MTBing aswell.
It costs $100, i have one and it rocks.
I have one ....
It has a tough shell ...
The weight on OZ MTB mag is different with mine.... I have a digital scale and it almost reach 400g, a bit heavy for me. The size is L / XL .... it;s not suitable for XC, it's more for trail .... IMO ...
I have a Fox Flux helmet that replaced my previous 3 helmets and I like it a lot. Fit is great, feels slightly heavier then my Giro, but way better air flow then my Protec.
can you run goggles with this helmet?
Never tried it, but I guess you can ...
10-02-07, 09:19 AM
Not intending to hijack your thread, but ....... does anyone use a skate style helmet?
I hate it.
Wow. Open-faced helmets . . . '60s technology invades the new millennium. What's next? Jofa mouth guards gonna make a comeback?
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