Fox Head 360' Moto Pants Armor and Pads

Fox Head 360' Moto Pants Armor and Pads 

DESCRIPTION

360' Moto Pants

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[Nov 16, 2010]
manabiker
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

everything

Weakness:

it would be nice to have a place to put in knee cups, like some of the old leather MX pants from many years ago..

I have Fox 180s they have been great plenty of room for shin pads, they have saved me skin many times, hot on long rides but that is to be expected, a small sacrifice for the protection they provide.

Similar Products Used:

Scabs and Band Aids

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Oct 25, 2001]
Tino

Strength:

bulletproof contruction, these are gonna last forever, padded in just the right places, vented in just the right places, just enough room for pads wihtout being to bulky, look very cool

Weakness:

kinda toasty in the warm weather

a durable do all freeride/DH/DS pant that's guarenteed to save the skin on your ass.

Similar Products Used:

none

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Oct 03, 2001]
Motocrosser

these pants are the best ban for the buck out there. They're just as good as, if not better than the high dollar top of the line pants. The inner liners work excellently to keep you cool, the molded-in rubber knee pad works great, and the stretch panels are put in just the right spots...in short, everything works s promised. Lastly, and most importantly, they easily stand up to hard motocross abuse, so they should be great for biking.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 01, 2004]
VelvetHog
Downhiller

Strength:

These things really are bomb proof. They look badass too. Very high quality.

Weakness:

The pants are too short for me and ride up almost out of my moto boots.

Awesome durability. The vented shin area (vented version) is a great feature. Don't buy them if you have a long inseam. If you do the knee will not be where it should be and the pants will want to ride up out of your boots. All of this causes your knee/shin guards to not stay in place. Very annoying. I got high sided while trail riding my KTM at 35 miles per hour. I slid down a gravel road for about 20 yards and had nothing more than a few small pin holes in my pants. If you have a normal inseam get several pairs. Buy them directly from Fox on their website. Best deals are in the clearance department.

Similar Products Used:

Fox 180 pants. Knees blew out in two months, but they have a better fit than the 360s.

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
5
[Oct 18, 1998]
James Peterson
downhiller

What else can I say but that these pants rule. I bought some 360 Max back in April, but outgrew them quickly (Gee, warm weather, guess I can get off the wind trainer and go riding outside-and stop eating at Carl's Junior-and not gain lots of weight...), so I purchased the vented 360's. What a difference from last year's pants! The V-panels across the thighs really did help the fit, and so did the V-panel across the top of the back. The mesh material across the front lets air get into your system, and comfy legs pedal faster. Plus, the Fox logo's on the side have been switched from easily tearible rubber to moderately easy-tearible plastic. They even have cuffs at the ankles so as not to get caught between your chain and your big ring. Bonus points to Fox for the plastic logo on the knee as well as the already-tuff Kevlar panels. What nice pants. Ooh, nice pants.

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5
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