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FX-17

How do you improve upon a bestseller? AFX’s FX-17 has a lighter shell, a better liner & more venting than the FX-86R model it replaces. This helmet comes with a removable screw-on visor, 11 points of ventilation with 1 chin, 2 side, 2 forehead, 2 top and 4 rear vents. IT also comes with goggle [...]

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