With evolving regulations for helmets in the racing industry, Fox has again innovated in 2016, Mark explains, “We actually didn’t change our helmet designs, we actually changed the way they were manufactured. We changed the way we were building the EPS foam; the density on the EPS, but also the way the shells were laid up. And again, a lot of that was because we were switching to the ECE standard, which also allowed us to lighten the helmets up. But from the design and the shell shape itself, it’s the same V3 we had last year.” Aside from the adult helmets, Fox is now offering a youth V3 option with has never been available until this year. Mark talks about the youth V3, “This is brand new in our range. We’ve always had an entry-level helmet in our range, but again, great product is needed for entry level customers, and we really wanted to take what we’ve learned from our adult premium helmets and bring it down to youth riders.” Often times, companies will neglect how important youth riders are in our sport, but Fox Racing is doing a great job to recognize the fact that young racers have big demands when it comes to protection, too!