Fox Racing Demo DH WR Pants - Men's

Fox Racing Demo DH WR Pants - Men's
Fox Racing Demo DH WR Pants - Men's
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Demo DH WR Pants - Men's by Fox Racing
Riding in the rain is going to be soggy no matter what you do, but it's so damn fun that it's totally worth getting cold, wet, and covered in mud. Fox Racing designed the Demo DH WR Men's Pants to ward off the weather's worst and offer plenty of mobility and protection while you're getting rowdy on big DH courses and secret backwoods trails. The DH WR is the same as the standard Demo DH, with one exception: the burly 600D polyester fabric is coated with polyurethane, which repels water and sheds mud to keep you (relatively) dry and clean. A mesh lining helps wick moisture away from your skin, and stretchy Q4 panels at the knees and crotch keep you pedaling hard without feeling restricted. Additional stretch panels at the back and hips encourage freedom of movement, and the elastic cuffs and ratcheting waist help you dial up a secure and mud-proof fit. There's a small water-resistant zip pocket on the left thigh, too, so you can keep your graham crackers dry in case you need a pick-me-up before you crush your next lap.

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SKU: FXR01FO
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