Fox Racing Flexair Moth Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's

Fox Racing Flexair Moth Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
Fox Racing Flexair Moth Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's
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Flexair Moth Short-Sleeve Jersey - Men's by Fox Racing
Fox Racing's Flexair Moth Short-Sleeve Jersey offers next-level breathability, and a fit that's less akin to your older brother's oversized shirt, letting you shred gnarly DH lines with a flexible cut that skips on the bulk. It's built with TruDri fabrics that move sweat away from your body, and features generous stretch so you can toss on body armor underneath. For extra protection on wily DH days, Fox impliments abrasion-resistant shoulder panels that fight back against low-hanging branches and scuffles with rock walls. Laser perforated vents at the sides boost breathability, helping you stay cool when you're cooking it into berms with some serious heat.

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SKU: FXR031S
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