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It doesn't matter whether you are dropping into the scariest run of your life or lapping your favorite bike park trails, accidents do happen and we need the best gear to protect us. The Fox Rampage Pro Carbon Helmet is a lightweight bike specific helmet for the type of rider that demands performance without sacrificing protection.
The Rampage Pro Carbon Helmet features the following:
Favourite feature?Great communication and very fast delivery
Least favourite feature?
We have bought a few bits of gear from Mountain Bikes Direct and frankly theres no need to look elsewhere. These guys are competitive, they have the best gear and the service and delivery is spot-on. If you are racing or just riding for fun, Mountain Bikes Direct is your first place to look for what you need.
Love the helmet. Very tight fit at first but once on feels great. Best helmet I have used to date. Doesn't slop around like other helmets and once on feel very light. Just be warned it's not red, more like pink but the cool pink on a WRX STI badge. Wish it had a quick release because I can feel a bit claustrophobic with it on when trying to struggle with the shackles. But at least it never is loose at the end of the run. So a negative is a major positive.
Absolutely love this helmet. Fits like a glove, wide viewing, comfortable, pads are just the right thickness to avoid slippage. I went with this over TLD because it was more comfortable when I tried it on my head. Recommend trying before buying. It's Awesome!
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