Fox Sunglasses

From the hills of California and the high intensity of Moto X, Head Inc. built its brand on providing riders with performance, protection and freedom of movement. Founded in 1974 by Geoff Fox, the company is still a family-run business. It’s an international leader in the youth lifestyle clothing market too. Research development and fine tuning is what Fox eyewear stands for and was taken under Oakley’s eyewear wing. Over the last twenty years Fox riders have won more than forty Moto X and Supercross Championships. The team now includes surfers, BMXers and mountain bikers and wakeboarders.

The brand is the most recognised and best selling brand of motocross apparel in the world today. Fox built its business by developing clothing for high intensity, physically demanding motorsport of motocross. has researched and developed race clothing that provides riders with maximum protection and performance and freedom of movement. For more than three decades Fox has created the best motocross riding apparel in the world, which is able to withstand the elements and the torturous racing conditions that are a major part of motocross.

And of course with ’s eyewear you have all the Oakley goodness. ’s eyewear uses Oakley’s High Definition Optics for the best clarity and the best polarisation. It’s a science as geometry and physics meets art. lenses have the Gold standard for meeting safety and lens standards.

Plutonite lenses and iridium coatings means you are buying in to some of the best sunglasses engineering on the planet.

The frames are Oakley inspired too. The high quality of O Matter frames means you get durability and flexibility in a frame that constantly has your eye safety in mind when under impact.

Fox Racing first opened for business in 1974, when Geoff Fox, a Ph. D. who taught physics at the University of Santa Clara, launched Moto-X Fox, a tiny distribution business for European motocross parts and accessories in a 1,500-square foot building in Campbell, California. Within two years, Moto-X Fox was manufacturing high-performance suspension and engine components for racers looking for an on-track advantage.

But by 1977 Geoff was determined to show the American motocross public that his products were superior to those of the competition. He also created his own privately-owned professional motocross team, Team Moto-X Fox. While going up against the might of the Japanese factory teams, Team Moto-X Fox riders became the top non-factory riders in the series in the highly-competitive AMA 125cc National Championship series, but achieving Geoff's goal of proving that his handmade parts were the best that money could buy.

During the series, Team Moto-X Fox riders wore bright red, yellow and orange race outfits. Handmade by Fox, the clothing became an instant hit with the fans and interested enthusiasts started calling the Fox shop in Campbell inquiring about its availability.

Today, remains a family owned and operated business. The family has held steadfast to Geoff Fox's original goal of making the best motocross products money can buy. Constant research, development, and fine-tuning goes into Fox race apparel and performance gear.