Fox Speedframe Helmet
The differences between this and the more expensive versions:
- The Speedframe MIPS has the addition of a MIPS Liner.
- The Speedframe Pro gets a Fidlock Snap buckle, dual-density EPS, and an anti-bacterial liner.
Who's this item for: Trail, All Mountain, and Enduro riders looking for a well-ventilated helmet that is goggle friendly and provides excellent protection.
Construction: EPS construction with a polycarbonate shell.
Rotational liner: This version keeps the cost down by doing without a MIPS liner. If this is a feature you desire please see the links to the other versions of this helmet below.
Straps: The straps use a standard quick-release buckle.
Retention System: The 360-degree fit system uses a dial to help you fine-tune the fit.
Ventilation: The exact number of vents isn't stated but there are a bunch of nice big vents, including a number on the brow area which will work to channel fresh air through the helmet.
Padding: The liner is removable and washable.
Weight: Not stated
Pros: A well-ventilated and protective helmet that offers plenty of adjustment to get the fit just right and does away with some of the features that riders may find unnecessary to come in at an attractive price point.
Cons: This is the most budget-friendly version of this helmet and doesn't include the Fidlock buckle, anti-bacterial liner, MIPS, or dual-density EPS that is found in the more expensive versions.