Fox Racing Defend D3O Glove - Men's

Fox Racing Defend D3O Glove - Men's
Fox Racing Defend D3O Glove - Men's
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Defend D3O Glove - Men's by Fox Racing
We'd argue that there are few things worse than weaving through tight aspen lines and catching your knuckles on a tree trunk, but Fox Racing's Defend D3O Gloves aim to make the best of the situation. They are built to be aggressive, with stretch Cordura construction, paired with D30 padding at the knuckles to take the sting out of unfortunate encounters with branches and rocks. D30 padding features unique properties that flex when warmed, so you can stay comfortable on the bars and shift with ease, but firm up on impact and absorb energy to reduce the forces transferred to you. Inside the gloves use Fox's TruFeel internal texture that offers heightened feel and control of levers, while the fit is secured in place at the wrist with a molded cuff.

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SKU: FXR032S
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