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The Spotlight: Stay Protected with the Fox Proframe LC Roost Deflector

Fox Racing Proframe LC Roost Deflector
Do you forgo roost protection 'cause you feel it gets in the way? If so, the slim design of the Fox Proframe LC Roost Deflector might just change your mind.

These days, you don’t see too many professional racers – be it, supercross, moto, or enduro – wearing any kind of body protection. Now, that’s a personal choice. But, take it from The Fast Times, it always pays to be protected. No matter what we’re riding, we always wear torso protection. For “The Maverick”, who’s always eager to spread the shred for The Fast Times, there’s only one choice: Fox Racing’s Proframe LC Roost Deflector.

The Fox Racing Proframe LC Roost Deflector

Fox Racing Proframe LC Roost Deflector

The Fox Racing Proframe is the only roost guard of its type that is 100% neck support compatible and quickly adjustable to fit all body types. The low profile fit, integrated buckle system, and removable back panel add to an impressive list of attributes that the Proframe brings to dirt bike protection.

Why does “The Maverick” choose the Proframe Roost Deflector? First, it’s a sleek design that not only fits well, but it also protects from roost and branches. Plus, it matches his signature colourway, which he shares with The Fast Times. If yellow isn’t for you, the Fox Proframe is available in three other colourways, including black.

The Proframe is also the only roost protection that allows riders to add even more protection. That’s ’cause it’s compatible with 100 per cent of neck support options. But it also allows a rider to have less protection, too, if that’s your bag. That’s done by removing the back panel. Yeah, we know, we just said that we always use torso protection, but The Fast Times knows that not all riders are the same. The customisation doesn’t end there, either, as the Fox Proframe has adjustable straps on the shoulders and around the torso. That allows riders – such as Courtney Duncan – to make sure the low-profile design doesn’t get in the way.

Main Photo: Alick Saunders Photography