Fox Racing Flexair Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's

Fox Racing Flexair Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
Fox Racing Flexair Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's
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Flexair Short-Sleeve Jersey - Women's by Fox Racing
You had to retire your favorite go-to shed top after a loose berm sent you sideways last week, and since then all you have hoped for is to find a new favorite go-to for your everyday rides. Meet the Fox Flexair Short-Sleeve Jersey, your new partner in crime for rowdy days. The Flexair is built for Fox's top DH athletes, and is packed with technical features and next level materials tough enough to withstand scuffles with scrub oak and boulders. It's built with TruDri fabrics that move sweat away from you, while abrasion-resistant shoulder panels fight back against overgrown trails and low-hanging branches. Laser perforated side vents allow cool air to channel inwards while you ride, keeping your core primed for punchy climbs ahead, and power bursts into rock gardens.

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SKU: FXR033N
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