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Fox Racing - Rampage Pro Carbon MIPS Helmet

Fox Racing Rampage Pro Carbon MIPS Helmet

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$202.46 $449.95


Tech Specs

Shell Material:
carbon fiber
Impact Foam:
17 mesh-lined vents
yes, break-away
Full Face:
Recommended Use:
downhill, enduro
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Podium-proven protection.

Worn by the world's best riders in prestigious events such as the X-Games, UCI World Cup Downhill championships, and Redbull Rampage, the Fox Racing Rampage Pro Carbon MIPS Helmet offers industry-leading protection, precise-fitting comfort, and active cooling for athletes pushing the limits on downhill, dirt jumping, and freeride courses.

Equipped with a low-friction lining that reduces rotational force to your brain when you crash, the helmet's Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) is much more effective than standard helmets in reducing brain injuries in real-world scenarios. The reason being, most helmets are tested and designed for straight-on impacts, where MIPS-equipped helmets reduce the rotational forces on the brain from crashing at oblique angles, ensuring your head is protected in the event of a nasty spill, unexpected dismount, or short landing.

Created by Fox to be the "most comfortable DH helmet on the market," the Rampage Pro Carbon MIPS features a 60K weave carbon laminate shell that significantly reduces weight, saving your neck and shoulders from fatigue on extended downhill runs. In fact, it weighs just 1145 grams for a size large. And to make this downhill helmet fit precisely, Fox manufactured this helmet with two shell and three EPS dimensions, offering five different sizes, ranging from small to extra-large, to ensure an ultra-secure fit without resorting to sizing down.

On the inside of this helmet, you'll delight in the luxuriously soft Dri-Lex lining material, which actively wicks moisture for rapid evaporation of built-up perspiration. 3D-molded cheek pads and a compression head liner keep this bad boy nice and secure without feeling overly restrictive or leading to uncomfortable pressure points. Moreover, you'll find 17 mesh-lined vents along the front and rear to circulate air and cool your noggin when you're bombing downhill at high speeds. And because it's intended for downhill runs, this helmet ideally mates with your favorite goggles for unobstructed vision when you're shaving split-seconds off laps and racing your friends down the mountain.

  • A top-tier full face that's fit for the kings
  • MIPS technology protects from oblique impacts
  • Light carbon shell takes hits at minimum weight
  • EPS liner absorbs impact and dissipates forces
  • Front chin bar protects your money-maker
  • Dri-Lex lining wicks away sweat and dries quickly
  • Let the breeze in with 17 mesh-lined vents

AMAZING comfort light-weight and cool

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This helmet is AMAZING! MIPS is a must for any mountain bike helmet. The light-weight carbon shell is key when riding hard because your neck and shoulders get a much deserved rest. The ventilation is awesome. If you need a full-face mountain bike helmet look no further.

Most suitable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I’ve ridden with a Fox Rampage Comp in the past, but replaced it with a Fox Rampage Pro Carbon which has been used consistently for the last two years. Wearing a size XL, I’ve found the TLD D2 is too small front to back, around the top of the head and the 100% Aircraft Carbon is narrow from side to side, across the face. In both cases, Backcountry was very accommodating with the return. I recently ordered a new Fox Rampage Pro Carbon XL which is easily the most comfortable and protective helmet out there. It’s definitely not the lowest profiled helmet, but I think that would come at a cost. If you haven’t used a helmet with MIPS, it doesn’t only help with impacts, but the helmet shakes noticeably less on technical downhills. For the XL size comparison, I would wear a 7 11/16 fitted hat if they made it.

Most suitable

Lightweight, full protection!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

One of the best full face helmets out there. It is loads lighter than some of the other full face carbon helmets out there. Even with MIPS it still comes in weighing less than helmets. Breathability is excellent as well. Side note, you also have a very wide field of view.

Protect your Brain!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My boyfriend has this helmet and absolutely loves it. He's taken a few falls that could've really messed him up, however, he was able to walk away from them all while wearing this helmet. It's pretty lightweight as well!

Great Helmet, but...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I really have no complaints about the helmet but wanted to get this out there to hopefully help anyone that was in the same position I was. I wore a Fox Rampage Comp last season but had a bad wreck at the end of the season breaking my shoulder and cracking the helmet forcing me to buy a new helmet. Came away with a mild concussion but the helmet saved my head from alot worse. Figured I would upgrade to Carbon with MIPS for this season. So to start, as mentioned in another review, if you have a Rampage Comp, you will need to go up a size for the Carbon. I also feel like the Carbon is not as comfortable as the regular comp. The MIPS sounds kind of plasticy (not sure thats a word!) on your head but nothing you notice when you ride. There is also no noticeable weight difference between the Carbon and regular Rampage. IMO, if your thinking that you will see some huge difference going Carbon, you will, your pocket will be significantly lighter! I do have to say that im a believer in the MIPS. Took another bad crash last weekend (notice a pattern) and the only issue was a few chips in the paint rather than my brain!

As far as fit, I love the way Fox helmets fit my head. Im 6'1" & 180lbs. Im a narrow kinda guy with an egg shaped head and the fit is amazing. I tried on a 100% last year and it felt like the cheek pads were trying to pop my face like a pimple.

What size helmet were you running and running now? I ordered the Large (have a 59cm head...roughly 23.3 cm, which is on the upper end of Large).

Great Helmet

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great helmet for when things get a little rowdy. Lightweight, good visibility, solid protection with MIPS and the all black colorway is insane. Only thing I noticed with this helmet is that I had to go up one size than normal.

Great Helmet

Good feel, better quality a possibility

    This helmet is considerably heavier than my fox pro frame but definitely seems to be a lot more solid meant for bike park riding. The breathing is good as long as you don't stop for too long. After a little over a month the strip of molding going out to the chin separated from the helmet taking part of the paint with it. There's now a gap between the molding and helmet which is purely cosmetic but an eyesore none the least. Other than that, this helmet has stayed planted and even took a small slide with ease.

    Two thumbs up, 5 stars, etc

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    Great helmet although I did end up returning it because I do not wear a full face helmet enough to justify the cost so I ended up going with the regular rampage instead of the carbon fiber.

    Both are great helmets, if I wore a full face regularly I would likely have stuck with this version but decided to swap it out. Also the MIPS is a nice addition that is comfortable.

    Great helmet

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    The Rampage carbon is a great helmet. It's comfortable and despite what some people claim the MIPS doesn't add any bulk to the helmet. The weight is reasonable too. Ultimately though, for me, full face helmets are about being as comfortable as possible with good ventilation. It's not super pleasant wearing a full face all day for park riding, shuttle laps, etc. unless it really fits and breathes well. This meets those expectations.

    Best helmet I have owned so far

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Quality, technology and styling on this helmet are all top notch. I will write more after I get more than one day of riding on the helmet.
    Fit was a little off for me. I measure towards the top end for a large helmet on Fox’s size guide. I bought the large and is was miserably tight on crown and cheeks. I bought the XL and it was snug but comfortable. The XL passed Fox’s fit guide. The return of the L helmet was pretty easy with Backcountry. Printed a shipping label, dropped at the UPS store a few miles from my house. I think I get billed the return shipping but no big deal.

    This is my second MIPS helmet (POC was first). I will not buy a new helmet without MIPS. The previous reviewer probably has not spent much time reading about the MIPS system. The research and testing on are quite compelling. Don’t trust me or the other reviewer. Read for yourself www.mipshelmet.com . I personally would rather pay a little more and reduce my risk of brain injury from a crash.

    Best helmet I have owned so far

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Quality, technology and styling are amazing on this helmet. Worth the money so far. I will post again after I get more than one day riding on the helmet.

    On sizing - I measured on the top end for the Large helmet. I bought the large and it was miserably tight on crown and cheaks! Ordered the XL and it is snug but not uncomfortable and passed Fox's sizing test. The exchange with Backcountry was pretty painless. Cost me $6.99 for the return shipping and all i had to do was print a label, box it and drop at a UPS store.

    This is the second MIPS helmet I have owned. The previous reviewer only gets it part right. Not only does a MIPS helmet rotate on impact it only does so after a pin or series of pins shear. This dissipates energy from impact after which the shell rotates. The research on this is very compelling. I can say personally that I get more glancing blows in a crash than I get straight on lawn dart type impacts. This type of impact can most certainly lead to brain injury. I have broken the shear pin on my POC helmet in a nasty crash a while back. No injury no issues. There is a lot published info on the web for folks who want to look further. Personally I will not buy another helmet without MIPS.

    Super nice helmet, not sure on the MIPS

      This is my first Fox brand helmet and I am very impressed. I started Enduro and DH biking a few years ago and bought a Giro full-face. At the time, I though it was good enough, but the build quality and fit of the Fox is simply in a higher category over Giro. I measured my head per the guidelines at 58.8 cm, ordered a large and got a perfect fit. I didnt realize that the Giro was so loose until I put on the Fox.

      Very breathable and not too heavy (for a full face) I was hoping with the carbon build that it would weigh less, but I honestly think it weighs slightly more than my Giro fiberglass. I did have to research quite a bit for someone to finally share the weight - which I think was around 1,100 grams

      Anyway - I think the MIPS upgrade is over rated. The reason is, the MIPS technology is just a thin layer of plastic between your skull and the interior of the helmet. MIPS simply allows the helmet to slide around to reduce the brunt of a "rolling" hit on your skull. I think in this helmet MIPS is not necessary because the cussion/sweat liner is already free floating from the interior helmet, offering the same "slip" on a rolling hit that MIPS does.

      That's my opinion, but I'm not a head impact scientist - just providing my 2 cents

      I like your take on the helmet. And lol, "just providing my 2 cents".

      Very comfortable, and quite light

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Now, to start, this helmet is light in comparison to other full-face helmets. That being said, it still weighs a couple of pounds, and if you're pedaling with it up the mountain on your back, there can be some noticeable weight.

      With that out of the way, the helmet is extremely comfortable to wear. Some people find the cheek pads a little too tight, but they're quite comfortable as well?they make the helmet feel very secure and safe.

      I also wanted a helmet with the MIPS system after getting?luckily only?a concussion while mountain biking a few months ago. With the system and the high quality of Fox gear, you know you'll be safe in this helmet while tearing up the mountain.

      On a side note, I definitely find myself going faster than I have been before and taking more aggressive and technical lines since buying the helmet. It adds a bit of confidence when you start riding with it.

      MIPS Company Info

        Fox Racing

        Head Circumference

        20.75 - 21.25in

        (52.7 - 54cm)

        21.75 - 22.25in

        (55.2 - 56.5cm)

        22.25 - 23.25in

        (56.5 - 59.1cm)

        23.25 - 23.75in

        (59.1 - 60.3cm)

        23.75 - 24.75in

        (60.3 - 62.9cm)

        24.75 - 25.25in

        (62.9 - 64.1cm)

        Head Circumference

        20.5 - 22in

        (52.1 - 55.9cm)

        22 - 23.25in

        (55.9 - 59.1cm)

        23.25 - 23.75in

        (59.1 - 60.3cm)

        23.75 - 25.25in

        (60.3 - 64.1cm)

        Head Circumference

        20.875 - 21.25in

        (53 - 54cm)

        21.675 - 22in

        (55.1 - 55.9cm)

        22.5 - 22.875in

        (57.2 - 58.1cm)

         XS / SM / LL / XL
        Head Circumference

        19.75 - 21.75in

        (50.2 - 55.2cm)

        21.75 - 23.25in

        (55.2 - 59.1cm)

        23.25 - 25.25in

        (59.1 - 64.1cm)

         XS / SS / ML / XL
        Head Circumference

        19.75 - 21.75in

        (50.2 - 55.2cm)

        22 - 23.25in

        (55.9 - 59.1cm)

        23.25 - 25.25in

        (59.1 - 64.1cm)

        How to Measure:
        Measure around your head where your hat would fit comfortably.