Utmost flex and feel.
Whereas burlier gloves mute bar feel with excess padding, the Fox Racing Flexair Glove takes the minimalist route for near-telepathic control when you're railing berms and picking apart technical lines. Impressively breathable, the Flexair Glove truly lives up to its name with numerous perforations alleviating overheating issues and excess perspiration.
Ultra-thin Cordura lends incredible flex and feel, while its abrasion-resistance makes it highly resistant to rips and tears. Stretch mesh gussets between the fingers increase mobility for quick shifts and easier brake modulation. And to help you capture the action on the trail or change up your playlist, the conductive thumb and index finger allow you to control your smartphone.
- Minimalist biking glove built with durability and comfort in mind
- Stretch Cordura fabric is tough, flexy, and dextrous
- Touchscreen-compatible thumb and index finger for scrolling
- Stretch mesh finger gussets increase airflow and dexterity
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
At first I thought they were a bit small but ended up stretching to fit perfectly. They are super breathable and provide awesome grip.
Lighter Weight Than Floyd Mayweather Jr.
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Large
But packs an extremely equal punch! This glove is my go to for Summer trail rides, be it with an aggressive style or just to enjoy the scenery. It's a minimalist glove for a reason. There is a tight fit initially with this model when putting it on due to the cuff needing to hug your wrist once on your hand, but the more you wear it, the more it settles in. It will accomplish everything you need in the way of grip and comfort, but breathes just as well as not wearing a glove at all. Having conductive thread on the thumb and index fingers allow you to use your phone without needing to take them off, which is a great quality for those spur of the moment photos of your friends leg after he clocked that tree you told to be careful going past because it has that one weird limb that sticks out, and you've crashed on it before, but he was all "Na, it's cool bro I got it!". And you KNEW he didn't have it. You knew it!
Anyways. Lightweight, breathable, and more grip than the time you guys were on a rope swing by the river and Chad was all "DO A GAINER!", but you just couldn't talk yourself into letting go of the rope because let's face it, A) It wasn't all that safe to begin with, and B) that rope was entirely too short to sling you out far enough. Worst. Fourth of July. Ever...
If you have any questions regarding this model or any other Fox Racing products, don't hesitate to reach out to me via email at ZFoley@Backcountry.com or call my direct line at 801.204.4555. Thanks for reading!