Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket

Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket
Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket
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Titan Sport Jacket by Fox Racing
When you're barreling down rocky downhill trails and sending jumps at the bike park, it's never a bad idea to get yourself some extra protection like the Fox Racing Titan Sport Jacket. This highly-ventilated impact suit fits under your jersey and offers comprehensive protection for your upper body just in case you get ejected from the bike and land in a pile of rocks. The main fabric on the Titan Sport Jacket is a stretchy mesh that breathes well and does a good job wicking moisture, keeping you dry and comfortable when you're ripping laps all day long. CE-certified high-impact plastic is found at the back, chest, shoulders, and elbows, providing some much needed peace of mind when you're riding at warp speeds. The chest plate features a two-piece design for excellent coverage that won't restrict your movement, and the back protector can be removed and worn separately using the provided shoulder straps.

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SKU: FXR039A
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