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Item # FXR02H2

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Item # FXR02H2
Description

In touch.

The key to keeping upright in crunchy rock gardens is keeping in touch with the bike and the trail, and Fox Racing's Men's Attack Gloves are built to do just that. The Clarino palm is finished with TPR TruFeel texturing at the fingertips, which helps keep your digits on the levers when the going gets hairy. The fingertips are also conductive, so you can operate touchscreen devices in-between visits to the ragged edge.

Of course, there are times when it's better to not be in touch with the trail. For those instances, Fox equips the Attack with D30 padding across the knuckles and arrayed strategically throughout the palm. Attacking big lines often comes with the risk that the lines will attack back, so these extra bits of hand-saving grace further recommend the Attack as Fox's main all-mountain and enduro glove.

  • Mountain bike gloves for rowdy shuttle laps
  • Strategically arrayed D30 padding for enduro abuse
  • Durable Cordura body saves your skin during user errors
  • Synthetic palm with textured grip maintains bar feel
  • Molded cuff maintains a secure fit and seals out the elements
  • Conductive fingers keep your touchscreen action hot
Tech SpecsSize
Tech Specs
Material
Cordura ripstop
Closure
slip-on
Recommended Use
downhill, enduro
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Size

Fox Racing

Gloves
 SMLXLXXL3XL4XL
Hand Length 7.2 - 7.4in
(18.2-18.8cm)
7.4 - 7.6in
(18.8-19.4cm)
7.6 - 7.9in
(19.4-20.0cm)
7.9 - 8.1in
(20.0-20.6cm)
8.1 - 8.3in
(20.6-21.2cm)
8.3 - 8.6in
(21.2-21.8cm)
8.6 - 8.8in
(21.8-22.4cm)
Socks
 S/ML/XL
US Men's Shoe Size 5-8 9-13
How to Measure:
Measure around the fullest part of the hand not including the thumb. If you're right handed, use your right hand and vice versa.
Socks
Socks are measured in US Men's shoe sizes.

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Lightweight Protection

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I've used the Attack gloves for about a month now and I absolutely love them, They are not super cumbersome or heavy and yet offer really good protection. The knuckle padding is especially protective. The fingers on the glove also work great on phones! Far better than other gloves I've had the chance to try.

Great feel and solid knuckle protection

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I had always used gloves with some form of gel padding etc. After breaking my hand (boxers fracture) I was looking for something with protection and didn’t want the robocop gloves I had worn eons ago. I’ve literally tried at least a dozen other models and really enjoy these. Great feel and just enough protection for my delicate knuckles. Really don’t miss the lack of gel padding and now can’t stand wearing gloves that have it. I’ve worn these in anything from 60s to 90s (live in Florida). Yes, it would be nice if they extended the padding over the knuckles and little bit more and some protection around the outside of the pinky knuckle would be a welcome addition. Maybe Fox is listening.