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Fox RacingAttack Water Jacket - Men's

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Item # FXR02JX

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Attack Water Jacket

Changing seasons means unpredictable weather on the trails, so you'll want to make sure you bring along your Fox Racing Attack Water jacket to keep you covered when weather turns and storms are brewing. Built with Fox's TruSeal fabric, this lightweight water jacket will keep the rain from penetrating through your layers while you hunker down waiting for it to pass over, or barrel through wet branches and slick roots.

3L waterproof and breathable fabric makes up the main body to repel water, but in areas where you need a little stretch, Fox's designers opted to use their lighter weight 3L stretch fabric, giving you the range of motion to manhandle your machine when slick wet rocks start sending you sideways. Every internal seam is taped to keep precipitation from finding a way in, and for good measure, everything is coated with a DWR treatment as a backup in serious storms. Side vents underarm offer a bit of temperature control, but unlike the Attack Pro water jacket, the Attack does not have laser cut back vents or chest vents.

  • Lightweight rain jacket with MTB-specific cut
  • 3-layer TruSeal fabric shields from rain and wind
  • Fully-sealed seams and water-resistant zippers
  • Additional DWR treatment for peace of mind in heavier rain
  • Rider Attack Position cut for comfort in a riding stance
  • Underarm vents allow heat to escape on tough climbs
  • Draw-cord on hem & hook-and-loop cuffs keep wheel spray out
  • Reflective logos boost visibility in low-light

Tech Specs
Material[body] TruSeal 3-layer waterproof fabric, DWR treatment, [underarms/shoulders] TruSeal 3-layer stretch fabric, DWR treatment
Waterproof Rating10,000mm
Breathability Rating10,000g/m²
Seasonspring, summer, fall
Ventingunder arm vents
Pockets2 zippered hand
Recommended Usecross-country, downhill, enduro, trail
Manufacturer Warranty1 year

Fox Racing

Men's Apparel

5ft 6in - 5ft 8in

(167.6 - 172.7cm)

5ft 8in - 5ft 10in

(172.7 - 177.8cm)

5ft 10in - 6ft

(177.8 - 182.9cm)

5ft 11in - 6ft 1in

(180.3 - 185.4cm)

6ft - 6ft 2in

(182.9 - 188cm)

6ft - 6ft 2in

(182.9 - 188cm)


35 - 37in

(88.9 - 94cm)

38 - 40in

(96.5 - 101.6cm)

41 - 43in

(104.1 - 109.2cm)

44 - 46in

(111.8 - 116.8cm)

47 - 50in

(119.4 - 127cm)

51 - 54in

(129.5 - 137.2cm)




32 - 34in

(81.3 - 86.4cm)





40 - 42in

(101.6 - 106.7cm)

44 - 46in

(111.8 - 116.8cm)


34 - 35in

(86.4 - 88.9cm)

36 - 39in

(91.4 - 99.1cm)

40 - 41in

(101.6 - 104.1cm)

42 - 43in

(106.7 - 109.2cm)

44 - 47in

(111.8 - 119.4cm)

48 - 51in

(121.9 - 129.5cm)

How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Natural Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Great jacket- FIT and Function

I've used it several times
True to size
Size Bought
5` 11"
185 lbs

I had been eying this jacket since before I worked at competitive cyclist and was just another year-round rider in Bellingham, WA. Jackets were always a tough and expensive way to keep protected in the elements and often times I have been disappointed. As I worked here and have been riding in drier conditions this was my #1 recommendation to anyone looking for a jacket that was riding in temperate winter conditions or riding zones that could be ridden in the wet. Anyway – I finally pulled the trigger on a fall and winter kit and got the jacket (picked up the Flexair pant as well). I am super happy with the fit – its slim but not racer tight I got the large and have about a 41.5-inch chest. Arms are perfect in length and the drop tail fits well in the riding position. It’s actually comfortable enough that I have been wearing it around town and on the dog walks. I shied away from the insulated jackets as I tend to run pretty warm so would have be to be in some really cold conditions to run the Fire products unless I ran cold, was fat biking or doing some high elevation shuttles. The inside fabric is soft-ish to the touch so no worries throwing this over a SS jersey without the plastic feel. The outer fabric is also soft so the jacket moves quietly with you. The also added some tougher material on the forearms for extra abrasion resistance. Right now I’m riding it more as an outer layer and wind protection as we don’t have much rain this time of year. I have not had a chance to test the rain protection but they have used TruSeal in their past jackets and it has worked well. Would I love a clever hood on this? I sure would but the times that I ride in a full downpour is pretty limited these days and a hood is always divisive in the over or under the helmet conversation and most people just leave them to flap in the wind anyway especially if riding a full face. Because the zipper is coated to close out any water just be careful when getting in and out – I feel if you were to rush the zipper you might have some problems.

>Rating: 5

Superb Cycling Jacket

I've put it through the wringer

I just love this jacket! It breaks the cold wind, shrugs off rain, is fitted enough to look good, but generous enough to wear over a fleece jacket. I can easily stuff it into my fanny pack. Basic black is my color. The logo on the back is a bit garish, but is also reflective. Expensive, and worth every penny. For cold weather riding you can't do better than this jacket.