Fly Racing launched its 2021 gear today and it includes Fly’s new flagship Zone Pro googles, a lower-priced version of the Formula helmet, and an innovative zipperless pants in the Lite racewear lineup.
Here’s the video released this morning with a glimpse of the new 2021 collection:
VIDEO | Fly Racing 2021
The Zone Pro goggles ($59.95) are a new model for 2021 and are the most high-end goggles from Fly to date.
Zone Pro Goggle Features
- Polycarbonate lens with premium anti-scratch and anti-fog coatings
- Lightweight yet durable polyurethane frame
- Engineered frame design increases field of view providing massive peripheral vision
- Quick-change replacement lens with pre-installed tear-off posts
- Premium multi-layer face foam provides superior moisture management and a tight seal
- Outriggers provide optimal fit
- Optional accessories and lens colors available
- Removable Fly nose guard
- 45mm adjustable double buckle strap for easy goggle tension adjustment
- Non-slip silicone on inside of strap ensures a secure fit to your helmet
- Extra, Polycarbonate clear lens with premium anti-scratch, anti-fog and pre-installed tear off posts included
- Microfiber goggle bag included
The Formula helmet ($649.95) gets a new graphic, the Axon, for 2021.
Released in 2019, the Formula helmet was created after years of collaborative research and design with industry-leading doctors, scientists, and physicists from around the world. The following video has an overview of the Formula helmet:
VIDEO | FLY Racing Unveils New Formula Helmet
Tested under rigorous scientific standards that replicate real-world conditions, the Formula uses an Adaptive Impact System (AIS), a high-performance ecosystem of structural design and energy mitigating materials. More info about how the system works, see the video below:
Formula Helmet | Rheon Impact Simulation
Fly Racing 2021 Formula CC Helmet
The lower-priced Formula CC ($449) includes all features of Fly’s flagship Formula, but it weighs slightly more and comes in different graphics.
Fly Racing 2021 Lite Racewear
The new version of Fly’s super lightweight MX apparel now includes a zipperless pants. Instead of a zipper, the Lite pants are held on with Fly’s Boa dial-closure system that can be adjusted on the fly with one hand. The following video explains the Boa system in more detail:
FLY Racing Boa System
The Lite pants ($179.95) also have large mesh panels (located at the backs of the knees, on the lower legs and at the hips). The leather heat shields at the knees are reinforced with DuPont Kevlar stitching and the knees have room for adding knee braces or guards.
The Lite jersey ($49.95) and pants have a snug, athletic fit. The racewear is constructed from multi-directional stretch panels for flexibility. The jersey has an updated tagless collar that is more streamlined and low profile.
Laser-cut perforations are at the chest and back for venting and heat dissipation. Large mesh panels are placed at the shoulders and sides for more airflow. Like the previous-generations of Fly’s Lite jersey, the tail is extended so it stays tucked in.
For more information, visit www.flyracing.com