Products 8 Jun 2012

Review: 2012 FOX 360 Gear puts FOX's line of 360 riding apparel to the test.

FOX has released a Limited Edition A1 360 Future combo in 2012, which is the very same gear that Red Bull KTM’s American superstar Ryan Dungey wore at Anaheim’s AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, season opener.

Exactly the same spec as the regular 360 Future gear, our good friends at Monza Imports – Australian distributors of FOX – sent me up a set of the A1 360 Future gear, to go along with the Green set that I was lucky enough to receive earlier in the year.

Those who have worn FOX before would be well aware of the quality, both from a technical and design standpoint, and the 360 Future gear is again top shelf in 2012.

The jersey features include moisture-wicking main body fabric, full mesh back panel for enhanced airflow and articulated padded elbow. There’s also an athletic cuff with stretch gusset and a perforated v-neck collar. In addition, a drop tail at back hem keeps the jersey tucked into the pants.

As for the pants, key updates include a new quad stretch rear yoke that utilises a two-way stretch second layer and a larger stretch panel at the knee for enhanced mobility on the bike. The innovative double layer knee panels resist abrasion.

Alex Gobert in action wearing FOX's A1 LE 360 Future jersey and pants.

There’s also an improved waist buckle system makes for easy operation with gloves on, as well as updated vented thigh logos and improved knee intake scoops increase airflow. All of the features are designed with the riding position in mind.

FOX has the Future and also the Enterprize graphics available, both of which are based on the 360 gear. Along with the A1 LE Future gear that I’m wearing in the pics, there are also a variety of standard colourways, plus a Houston LE Future set and an A1 LE Enterprize set.

If you’re looking for a more standardised set, a little further low key, there’s the Flight 360 gear and there is also the Covert 360 (retro look) and Rockstar edition sets available.

On the bike, it’s clear that FOX’s history with world-class athletes and an experienced development crew pays off. You honestly can’t fault the gear in any way and I’m a huge fan of the ventilation whether I’m riding in summer, winter or anywhere in between.

The designs or clean and branded nicely, plus the fact that the Project Moto KTM 250 SX-F matches the A1 LE Future gear so well is a nice touch. All in all, it’s a combination that is well worth the value at $59.95 for the jersey and $189.95 for the pants.

Purchase Details
Price: Jersey – $59.95; Pant – $189.95
Colours: Assorted (test gear is A1 LE 360 Future)
Distributor: Monza Imports (
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