Fox Head 360 Jersey

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $39.99

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Pull on the Fox 360 Jersey, and charge into your local bike park. The lightweight polyester construction ensures you stay cool and dry, and the jersey's relaxed, raglan sleeves give you a perfectly comfortable fit. The 360 Jersey also houses a media pocket with a headphone port, because you'll probably be needing some tunage to amp you back up for that next big air attempt.

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Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Martin a downhiller from Waterloo

Date Reviewed: December 28, 1998

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I love these 360 well they realy are for dirt bikes but i like them more then Push because they have more protection and are made for more Xtreme stuff. I realy like them because they are nice looking also fit nice also give me a lot off protection and can tear the material if i fall. Well if you are a real DH get these they cost around $260 Can IF THEY ARE ON SALE BUT REGULAR is $300

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