Fly Racing Introduces New Gear For 2017

Here is a brief overview of each of FLY Racing’s new 2017 racewear lines.

Following an exciting debut at the Washougal National Motocross, FLY Racing proudly introduces its 2017 line-up of racewear. Team riders Andrew Short, Weston Peick, Christophe Pourcel, Benny Bloss, Justin Brayton, Zach Osborne, Martin Davalos and more showcased FLY Racing's innovative 2017 racewear lines in front of Washougal race fans as well as on the network television coverage of the event. Here is a brief overview of each of FLY Racing’s 2017 racewear lines.

2017 Evolution 2.0 Racewear

2017 Evolution 2.0 Racewear
2017 Evolution 2.0 RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

Quality and innovation with a constant goal to improve: this is the FLY Racing design team’s mindset each year when they set out to rebuild the Evolution racewear line. Race tested for over 10 years and constantly being upgraded, FLY designers set out to solve any issues a rider may have regarding movement and function. Examples include the Zipper Lock System (to prevent closure failure) and FLY Racing exclusive—and the industry’s first—MX pant with an integrated Boa® closure system. The Boa® system offers fast, on-the-fly micro adjustability that provides a truly “Dialed In” fit, with the simple turn of a dial to create unparalleled comfort and performance. The list is long, but rest assured FLY Racing’s design team continues to develop, test and improve upon the hundreds of details that make the Evolution line a market leader in technical racewear.

2017 Fly Racing Evolution 2.0, Trey Canard
Trey Canard in 2017 Fly Racing Evolution 2.0Courtesy of Fly Racing
2017 Fly Racing Evolution 2.0 BOA system
2017 Fly Racing Evolution 2.0 BOA systemCourtesy of Fly Racing

2017 Lite Hydrogen Racewear

2017 Lite Hydrogen Racewear
2017 Lite Hydrogen RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

Being the original light weight racewear to come to market wasn’t enough. FLY Racing continues to develop and improve its Lite Hydrogen racewear line through constant feedback from its athletes—both amateur and pro alike. The goal has always been to create the lightest, most breathable racewear with an athletic tailored fit that’s almost unnoticeable. Each panel has been carefully analyzed to ensure that the rider has maximum flexibility, breathability and support where needed. The styling of the Lite Hydrogen line this year was inspired by the extensive study of top athletic products and tech from around the world combined with global trends and FLY Racing’s own creativity. Three words to best sum up the Lite Hydrogen line: simplicity, progression and precision.

Justin Brayton, 2017 Fly Racing Lite Hydrogen Racewear
Justin Brayton in 2017 Fly Racing Lite Hydrogen RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

2017 Kinetic Racewear

FLY Racing’s Kinetic series blends form and function in a way unlike any other and its reliability is a testament to its durable construction. Feature-for-feature, the Kinetic line over delivers with details that make it the market leader in the mid-level racewear category. Whether you are looking for a wild or mild look this year FLY pushed the boundaries with two exciting new graphics. The Crux graphic was inspired by modern low-poly art design, giving this set of gear a subtle tech look. The Relapse graphic drew inspiration from hand drawn concert posters from some of the FLY Racing design team’s favorite bands. The result is an aggressive look that’s as edgy as it is fun. No matter which one you choose, Kinetic Racewear won’t disappoint.

Kinetic Crux Line

Kinetic Crux Line
Kinetic Crux LineCourtesy of Fly Racing
Kinetic Crux Line
Zach Osborne in Fly Racing Kinetic Crux LineCourtesy of Fly Racing

Kinetic Relapse Line

Fly Racing Kinetic Relapse Line
Fly Racing Kinetic Relapse LineCourtesy of Fly Racing
Fly Racing Kinetic Relapse Line
Davi Millsaps in Fly Racing Kinetic Relapse LineCourtesy of Fly Racing

2017 Kinetic Rockstar Racewear

Fly Racing 2017 Kinetic Rockstar Racewear
2017 Fly Racing Kinetic Rockstar RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

The same gear worn by Rockstar Husqvarna factory team riders Christophe Pourcel, Zach Osborne, and Martin Davalos, FLY Racing’s replica Kinetic Rockstar racewear is a pant and jersey combo based upon FLY Racing’s rock-solid Kinetic racewear line. Same dialed-in fit, same loaded list of features.

Fly Racing 2017 Kinetic Rockstar Racewear
Christophe Pourcel in Fly Racing 2017 Kinetic Rockstar RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

2017 Kinetic Women's Racewear

2017 Fly Racing Kinetic Women’s Racewear
2017 Fly Racing Kinetic Women’s RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

FLY Racing’s Kinetic Women’s Racewear was designed by women for women riders. How so? FLY created a women’s-specific cut through strategically placed stretch panels for a comfortable and a versatile fit. With the same quality and technology as its men’s racewear, FLY Racing’s women’s line has been at the forefront for a decade.

2017 Kinetic Women’s Racewear
Becca Sheets in 2017 Kinetic Women’s RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

2017 F-16 Racewear

2017 Fly Racing F-16 Racewear
2017 Fly Racing F-16 RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

One of FLY Racing’s most successful racewear lines, F-16 is “every rider” gear that as the years have passed has continued to integrate even more features. The intent being to provide a high-quality design and useful features in every set of gear built. This season is no different and FLY designers have given the pant a pre-curved fit similar to the Evolution and Kinetic lines.

2017 Fly Racing F-16 Racewear
Martin Davalos in 2017 Fly Racing F-16 RacewearCourtesy of Fly Racing

View the full line of 2017 FLY Racing racewear colorways by visiting www.flyracing.com. See it first-hand in stores this August.