Fox has been increasing its women’s pants offering in recent years, which means more choice and more variety to suit the UK’s varied riding conditions. These pants are a lightweight,…
Last year Fox worked with Tahnee Seagrave to co-design several signature items; all with bold and colourful designs. Given the range sold out in a flash, it’s strange Fox didn’t…
The Fox Flexair Short is a great choice for summer use, comfortable, stylish and cool. If only it was a smidge longer and without those laser cut holes.
The Fox Ranger Drirelease Long Sleeve jersey seems to work well in both warm and cold weather, it never feels clammy even when you’re sweating buckets.
We asked Fox to send the medium-sized Utility Hydration for this test – it has the same size reservoir but 12L of storage – but it was out of stock.…
Fox Ranger Fire Winter Gloves are that rare beast of a close-fitting winter glove with no annoying padding on the palms.
Fox Neoshell uses Polartec’s newest Neoshell fabric. This has a claimed waterproof rating of 10,000g/m2/24hr, which is on a par with plenty of jackets.
Fox Flex Air gloves have stretch mesh panels between each finger to increase air, while the contoured cut of the fingers give them a second-skin like fit.
You might not be able to tell from the pictures but the Fox Ranger 3L Water Pant doesn’t have typical nylon trouser construction, it’s more of a softshell.
Previous Fox lidss had suspect styling, but they've totally nailed the Fox Speedframe Pro. It’s well thought out, comfortable, protective and a good price.
Fox Indicator Pant is a lightweight and breathable everyday trouser. Highly breathable and comfortable, so much so it's wearable it in multiple conditions.
The Fox Attack Fire Pants are a wind and water resistant outer layer designed to protect mountain bike riders from the elements while maintaining comfort.
The Fox Metah has lower coverage on the back of the head combined with 10 Big Bore vents which provide greater ventilation and reduces the weight.
Fox Proframe boasts ‘open-face breathability with full-face protection’. It’s a lofty claim, but with full-face certification, it certainly delivers.
A very thin, stretchy, and breathable body really lends this jersey to those warm days.
The Fox was the only other pack instantly flagged up by the testers as being as stable as the Camelbak Volt over steep and technical ground. Although it doesn’t have…