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Fox Racing
Speedframe Mips Helmet

3.125 out of 5 stars
8 Reviews
$69.98 - $139.95
Up to 50% off
Color:Atomic Orange


Size Chart


Why We Like The Speedframe MIPS Helmet

Outfitted with MIPS technology, the Speedframe Pro is just as sleek, stylish, and protective as the original, but with the added help of reducing rotational forces in the event of a crash. It has an easily adjustable multi-position, goggle-compatible visor for changing light conditions, and a 360-degree fit system that dials in an exact fit.


  • Open-face mountain bike helmet built for comfort and speed
  • MIPS technology reduces rotational forces in a crash
  • Removable, washable liner wicks moisture
  • Multiple vents promote a cooling airflow
  • 360 Fit System dials down just the right level of security
  • Three-position, adjustable visor is also goggle-compatible
  • Item #FXRZ2AK
mountain biking
3-position adjustable, goggle-compatible
Complies with U.S. CPSC Safety Standard for Bicycle Helmets for Persons Age 5 and Older, EN 1078, AS/NZS 2063
Fit Adjustment
360 Fit System
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year
Claimed Weight
[medium] 13oz (366g)
Shell Material

Overall Rating

3 based on 8 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 3 reviews
2 Stars - 0 reviews
3 Stars - 1 reviews
4 Stars - 1 reviews
5 Stars - 3 reviews

Fits True To Size

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5 out of 5 stars

February 22, 2022

affordable AND it looks good!!

I've put it through the wringer

In my current MTB helmet quiver, I have the Fox Dropframe, the Fox Speedframe Pro, and this Fox Speedframe - brand loyalty much? I've ridden POC, 661, Bontrager, Giro and Fox over the last few years and this helmet has quickly become my favorite. The Speedframe has an awesome fit with great back-of-head coverage and a nice visor location. It looks great with my big glasses, doesn't hold too much sweat, doesn't bounce around, and the fit dial on the back is easy to adjust with gloves. I use this for probably 80% of my MTB rides as well as commuting and my gravel rides. It's not heavy enough to warrant a gravel-specific helmet and it's stylish as an everyday lid. I use the Dropframe for the rowdier stuff where I need to feel more protected (read: confident). Notable differences between this and the Pro version are the magnetic stap buckle on the Pro, which I love, but isn't a deal-breaker on this helmet. I use this one more than my Speedframe Pro because for some reason the MIPS on that one squeaks a lot and bugs me as it bounces around a bit when I ride. For whatever reason, this one doesn't so the regular Speedframe it is! This helmet provides adequate protection for most of my riding, has a great fit, has great vents and doesn't get too hot, fits well with a skull cap under it in the colder months and comes in great colors - what more can you ask for? Thanks for caring about my brains more than I do (sometimes), Fox!

Harrison S

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

Brian SGearhead
4 out of 5 stars

February 19, 2022

Pro level helmet, Weekend warrior price!

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
6' 1"

This helmet has all the features that a good trail/enduro lid has along with the looks of a top tier helmet. I got the black in a size large and it fit my generally oval shaped head well front to back. It does have some extra room on the sides which means it's still a good fit if your head shape is a little rounder. The retention system wraps around your head like most helmets like this do, but this is the first one I've had that is as well padded at the front. The interior shape of the helmet felt very comfortable. The one thing I'm constantly looking for in a helmet is the ventilation. I live in Texas and having a lid that stays cool is huge. While you can't see through the helmet like I can with some of my other helmets due to their number of vents. This lid has been surprisingly airy feeling. The only problem is I got the matte black and I'll be interested see how hot it gets in the blazing summer sun. Other than the black color, my only other complaint is the lack of a light/gopro mount. At this price you shouldn't expect that feature, but I do a fair amount of night riding and appreciate a solid place to mount the lights. I was really impressed with this helmet. For now it will make a great daytime trail lid. We'll see how it does when the central TX furnace kicks on.

Hannah SGearhead
5 out of 5 stars

February 15, 2022

For my smaller head friends...this is it

5' 1"

I would make a list of pros and cons, but very seriously I have no cons. I genuinely enjoy just about everything about this helmet. I was hesitant to give it a go because I have an extremely small head. So much so that in the past I have had to default to kids sizing to find something that would fit, which usually means giving up some of the luxuries of an adult helmet such as breathability and just general quality. This fits right on par with the size chart and the adjustment system accommodates round and oval head sizes. Once locked down it passes a shake test and is pretty comfortable throughout a long ride. It gives deep enough coverage in the back to make me feel comfortable when things get spicier than intended and is plenty breathable. I also want to call out that yes there are things that could make this better, but at the price point it is hard to beat and you can always upgrade to the Pro version if you are looking for those added features. It gives deep enough coverage in the back to make me feel comfortable when things get spicier than intended

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1 out of 5 stars

July 31, 2021

Came missing spare pads and manual

Looks like it was someone's return I got. Was missing the spare pads and manuals that came in my other fox helmet that I ordered from a different vendor. However that helmet L was too big I needed a M. Fits ok, color is VERY fluorescent. Good for hunting season I suppose.

Julian L

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

1 out of 5 stars

July 22, 2021

Chili Red is NOT red!

The helmet is not even close to the product color "chili" it is pink. Even my wife thought it was cute! Returning it for a black one.

Thomas A

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

3 out of 5 stars

February 27, 2021

Colors not the same as photos

I returned this product before using it

I thought atomic punch would more orange. It is definitely more pink than orange.


Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com

1 out of 5 stars

November 10, 2020


I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:

We ordered two of these and the fit is really uncomfortable. When I first tried it on it seemed to fit just fine, but after 1.5 hours of biking, it digs into my forehead and hurts. Sometimes I have to stop and give my head a break from this awful helmet because my forehead hurts. The MIPS buttons rip my hair out every time I take the helmet off my head, so I often have to sit there and try to untangle the hair so I don't lose big chunks every time I take the helmet on and off. I called Fox and they would not exchange the helmet and told me to try to sell it to some other poor person. I don't ever want to buy Fox equipment again after this helmet.

5 out of 5 stars

August 16, 2020

My Fave (along with the Pro version)

I've put it through the wringer

Cannot say if this runs true to size, cuz I'm not a helmet size expert (are there even?..) but I ordered a LG and a MD, expecting the LG to fit, and ended up keeping the medium. It's perfect! In every way, for most applications. I use it every day, and on some pretty extreme gnar, to boot. The trick to sizing is to fully loosen the adjustment boa, then place it on your head and it SHOULD feel slightly loose; then you fasten the boa to your liking. This thing actually looks cool, and it's the first helmet I will never ride without. The babes swoon when I roll out with my Speedframe.

Trevor L

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com