Fox Head Blitz Ride Shorts

4/5 (2 Reviews)


Product Description

  • Nylon/Polyester
  • Ergonomic pre-curved fit
  • Sublimated side panels
  • Quad stretch rear yoke
  • New buckle at center front waist


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by kt24 a Downhiller from thousand oaks, CA

Date Reviewed: March 19, 2010

Strengths:    Very durable and comfortable. Same material as motocross gear.look very cool and move great

Weaknesses:    gets hot while riding if your not going fast and runs small on sizing.

Bottom Line:   
Great shorts for the serious downhiller. Offer great protection in crashes. I wouldn't recommend them to someone who is just going to be cruising around tho. But overall awesome shorts

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Favorite Trail:   suicide trail

Duration Product Used:   3 months

Price Paid:    $45.00

Purchased At:   blueskycycling.com

Bike Setup:   2006 iron horse yakuza kumicho, marzocchi junior t bomber forks, 5th element rear shock, e-thirteen chain tension system,

Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by ShredArpeggioMan a Downhiller from McHenry, IL

Date Reviewed: September 21, 2009

Strengths:    Super duable, tough material. Zipper and tension belt work great. They look good too.

Weaknesses:    HOT. It seems like these shorts do not breathe. They have a "air intake system" on the sides of the shorts, but if you are not going at a high rate of speed all the time, there is no air getting into these shorts. Also, note that these shorts run a little small. I usually wear a size 32, but a 34 runs almost perfect in these shorts.

Bottom Line:   
Good shorts for downhilling or freeride. They dont breathe as much as I would like, but they are good shorts. Super durable and well designed.

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Favorite Trail:   The Box

Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $59.00

Purchased At:   BikeBling.com

Similar Products Used:   n/a

Bike Setup:   2007 Iron Horse 7.5. HammerSchmidt. Marzocchi 66rcv fork. Fox DHX 3.0 coil rear shock.

Reviews 1 - 2 (2 Reviews Total)

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TriBex Ride With A Outcast Blitz On Dom

Today was excellent on traction through most of the ride after the misting from mild rain the day before. Im out of shape but couldnt pull it together on the trail up so I hiked a fair amount, possible lack of dinner plus lack of riding. Once at the top we hung out an played for awhile before going ... Read More »

Blitz II Assembled to Ride, Couldn't Wait

Couldn't wait to ride any longer so i swapped the parts from the old to the new Blitz. The new Blitz II is now assembled & ready to ride finally. The old Sherman FireFly is as rigid as ever & refuses to to do much work still. Really looking forward to getting the Fox Van 36 to compliment the awesome ... Read More »

Blitz II Assembled Getting Ready to Ride

Couldn't wait to ride any longer so i swapped the parts from the old to the new Blitz. The new Blitz II is now assembled & ready to ride finally. The old Sherman FireFly is as rigid as ever & refuses to to do much work still. Really looking forward to getting the Fox Van 36 to compliment the awesome ... Read More »

Blitz II ride review

Just went out on my Blitz II for the first ride and it is an awsome frame. The geometry is spot on, the low stand over makes it very manuverable and the rear end is as stiff as a tank. I have had 5 different bikes this year alone and this one is the best. Check out my build.Read More »

The New Ride - Versus Blitz

I have it setup for Dh right now, but after Cb i will set it up for mostly FR and some trail stuff [IMG]http://www.pattersonofficenet.com/mtb/Images/Versus-Blitz-1.JPG[/IMG] [IMG]http://www.pattersonofficenet.com/mtb/Images/Versus-Blitz-2.JPG[/IMG] [IMG]http://www.pattersonofficenet.com/mtb ... Read More »

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