Fox MX Racing Latinese V3

Men’s Motocross Carbon Fiber Helmet

Posted by Tim

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Fox MX Racing Latinese V3 Let's start with the technical features of the Fox Racing V3 Latinese motocross helmet. Most importantly, it is Snell and DOT certified. The shell is constructed of carbon fiber, Kevlar, and fiberglass. These are the premium materials for modern helmet construction. Fox Racing knows dirt -- and dirt gets equipment… well… dirty. The liner is fully removable and washable, which is a necessity in a quality dirt helmet. The mouthpiece is removable and cleanable for the same reason.

The helmet also features a super-wide eye port for a full range of peripheral vision. The d-rings are titanium, and the ear cavities accommodate modern communication systems.

Now let's take a look at the "Latinese" graphics. Fox says that the style was inspired by Japanese and Latin American artistic influences. Dragons, roses, wings, and various other images coexist on the helmet. Interesting mix, but it works. I find the helmet to be artistic, rather than randomly gaudy like so many other MX helmet styles.

This helmet is a winner. It is a great symbiosis of advanced technical features and appealing style. At this price, this blend does not come cheap. However, for a quality dirt helmet that actually has artistic graphics, it seems worth it.

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  1. HJC AC-12 Carbon Motorcycle Helmet Says:

    [...] Fox Racing makes their carbon fiber helmet with a bit more pizzazz, as seen in the Latinese V3. [...]

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