Fox Racing’s FLEXAIR
Fox Head Inc. have announced the release of FLEXAIR, the next level up in high performance racewear. From concept to rider, Fox has been secretly developing and testing FLEXAIR for the past 3 years. Initial concept testing began in 2012 with the GEICO Honda 250 team of Justin Barcia, Trey Canard and Eli Tomac. In 2014 prototype FLEXAIR race pants were elevated to the race testing phase, when Ken Roczen and Ryan Dungey wore FLEXAIR pants at the New Jersey Supercross. Ken Roczen wore prototype FLEXAIR pants during the 2014 motocross national series, ultimately winning FLEXAIR it’s first “unofficial” championship. Ryan Dungey wore prototype FLEXAIR jerseys.
“We never stop inventing new ways to improve rider performance and today Fox releases our highest level of performance racewear ever, FLEXAIR,” stated Pete Fox, Chief Creative Officer.
Not for the average rider, the Fox FLEXAIR race pant is pure performance. Featuring a durable, lightweight, 4-way stretch Fox TruMotion fabric chassis that delivers maximum performance for riders like Ken Roczen. With a fabric blend developed by Fox directly with Ryan Dungey, the Fox FLEXAIR Jersey is lightweight, stretches with you, and keeps you cool with our proprietary Fox TruDri moisture transfer performance fabric technology.
To learn more about the research and development of FLEXAIR, visit your local authorized Fox dealer, Foxhead.com/FLEXAIR or the YouTube link below.