The Metah take the place of the long standing Flux as the new flagship enduro helmet from FOX Head.
It features three massive intake ducts under the visor to help channel air up and over the head, as well as an additional seven side vents for improved ventilation and weight reduction.
Unlike it’s line of full faces, the Metah is not currently available with MIPS, but it does utilize an iteration of conehead technology called Varizorb. This technology combines different density layers of EPS into strategically designed cone shapes for improved variable impact absorption.
The interior is cushioned by a removable liner with sealed edges for increased moisture management.
The rear retention system uses a dial system and has a multi position system that changes where the helmet sits in relation to your forehead.
There are no integrated provisions for a GoPro or light, but a flat portion just above the fixed bill was designed so that riders would have a secure mounting location for after market accessories.
For more information visit www.foxhead.com.
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