Internal fit of the Dropframe Pro has been tweaked to better mirror its bigger brother, the Proframe full face helmet. On top of that you now also get a BOA dial for better fine tuning of the fit, as well as standard and thick cheek pads.
The three-position visor has some definite detents so you know when they’re in place and you get a Fidlock magnetic closure to keep the thing on your head. Fox’s Ionic+ liner and cheek pads deal with the sweat alongside the generous venting and Big Bore front vets that double up as eyewear storage.
Much will be scoffed at we’re sure at the ebike rating, officially a NTA-8776 E-bike rating. This is a Dutch certification that covers ebike use on-road and requires greater impact protection and increased coverage. So while the actual ebike certification might be a moot point, the increased protection and coverage certainly isn’t.
We’re due one in for test so keep an eye out on our Gear Reviews page going forward to see what we make of the new Fox Dropframe Pro.
You can check out the new Fox Racing Dropframe Pro helmet on their website here.