Fox High Frequency review

One of only two pairs in the test with an integral - that is, sewn-in - inner short. And very comfy around the nether regions they are too, courtesy of a multi-density pad.

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £59.99 RRP | USD $79.95
Fox High Frequency

Our review

Smooth-talking pair of shorts seeks hybrid partner for light rough and tumble
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The High Frequency’s feature an actual sewn in inner short rather than the a detachable one. And very comfy around the nether regions they are too, courtesy of a multi-density pad.

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This construction helps give a ‘hardly there’ feeling when riding, but that’s also due to the waist adjustment, which pulls the shorts closer into your back than the usual tighten-it-across-the-stomach operation.
The fabric is light, with a soft, almost silky, feel, but despite a decent
amount of venting, the shorts got very warm very quickly. We wouldn’t rate their chances against thorns either. That urbane smoothness would make them good around town though.

Product Specifications

Product

Name High Frequency Shorts
Brand Fox

Clothing Material Nylon
No. of Pockets 4
Clothing Sizes Available 30 Inch 32 Inch 34 Inch 36 Inch
Available Colours Black Charcoal
Shorts Type Baggy
Pocket Types Hand Key Media/iPod
Lining Fabric Spandex