Fox Racing Diffuse Jacket - Women's

Fox Racing Diffuse Jacket - Women's
Fox Racing Diffuse Jacket - Women's
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Diffuse Jacket - Women's by Fox Racing
Just because the weather's not perfect doesn't mean the dirt isn't calling your name. When things are chilly, windy, and a little wet, just don the Fox Racing Diffuse Women's Jacket and get after it like like the sun's shining. It's easier to ride when it's a little chilly and damp anyway, because you stay cool and the trails stay tacky. If you get a little too cool, though, the Diffuse's lightweight fleece back and sleeves will keep some heat close to your skin, and the synthetic fabric on the front will block the wind and shed light precipitation, courtesy of the water-resistant DWR coating. Fox hooked the Diffuse up with a lightweight adjustable hood, in case it starts sprinkling a little harder during the climb, and included a back flap vent to help you stay comfortable and reflective details to make the ride back to the parking lot a little bit safer. There are also two hand pockets, one of which has a port for easy headphone routing, so you can keep your motivational jams blasting when you're grinding up hills or convincing yourself to not touch the brakes on the way down.

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SKU: FXR01FQ
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