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The Fox Racing 360 Honda Motocross Pants are part of the latest Fox Racing collection.
Over the years the sport of motocross has progressed. From the days of factory welded cone pipes to today's high revving 4-stroke engines, Fox's 360 MX Pants continually evolved to stay on top. Whether you're the new kid on the starting gate, chasing your first championship or the G.O.A.T., Fox's 360 Racewear is ready to perform. Two years ago Fox's product design team set out to redesign their iconic 360 Racewear with a new pant chassis. After countless hours and multiple prototypes, the next generation of performance racewear was born. The pants utilize TruMotion 4-way stretch fabric for near limitless range of motion, while 600D polyester protects high abrasion areas. This strategic fabric placement delivers a remarkable combination of mobility and bulletproof durability. Fox's Rider Attack Position (RAP) construction is used for a precise fit, putting you in the best position to win. Finally, laser cut perforations and vents channel air through the pants for superior breathability.
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The Fox Racing 360 Honda MX Pants are packed with features...
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Fox Racing MX Kit Sizing Guide
Please use the conversion tables below to determine the right sizes for you:
Chest: With a tape measure, hold it level and measure around the fullest part of the chest, under the arms and around the shoulder blades.
Sleeve: With elbow slightly bent, measure from the center behind the neck, over the point of the shoulder, around the elbow and down the wrist.
Waist: With a tape measure, hold it level and measure the circumference at the waist's natural bend.
Hip: With the tape measure, hold it level and legs straight. Measure the circumference at the fullest point.
Inseam: While standing without shoes and with feet slightly apart, measure from the crotch along the leg to the floor.