Rick? Rick? You there Rick? Paging Rick Johnson. If there is one look that changed the entire trajectory of the sport as we know it, it was the zebra inspired outfit Rick Johnson took to the track at the 1988 US GP wearing. With that one outfit, Fox Racing turned the entire motocross establishment on its head and altered what people's opinion of riding gear should be. As a tribute to one of the most iconic prints in MX history, Fox has splashed the 80's fashion across their latest and most technologically advanced gear offerings.
Utilizing Fox's RAP (Rider Attack Position) construction, the Fox 180 Pants offer serious comfort in the riding position on the bike, something that a lot of pants out there leave a lot to be desired. This articulated fit combines well with strategically placed stretch panels, providing improved flexibility and natural movement on the dirt bike. And living up to the durability and dependability that the Fox 180 pants have built their name upon, the extremely robust 600D polyester construction means these beauties will hold strong ride after ride.
- RAP (Rider Attack Position) construction for a precise fit on the bike
- Heat and abrasion resistant leather knee panels on both legs offer further reinforcement in the most critical wear areas
- Durable 600D polyester main body construction
- Woven 4 way stretch panels at knee, rear yoke, and crotch for unrestricted movement on the bike
- Sublimated graphics
- Hip pads included