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Product: Shift MX19 Range

4 months ago

For 2019, Shift has focused on the critical aspects of performance product and has stripped away the excess. The new range sees new designs in the 3LACK, WHIT3 and Recon product collections, as well as new colourways in the WHIT3 Label MX helmet and boot offerings.
Shift has focused on creating a product that is lighter in weight but still has a very versatile fit, is ventilated, and flexible. The top-of-the-line limited edition 3LUE Label gear focuses on maximising rider movement, while the entry-level WHIT3 Label line is crafted to give core riders the essentials in durability and fit at an unbeatable price.
Check out images of the MX19 range below, and click through to learn more about each product.

3LACK LABEL RANGE

WHIT3 LABEL RANGE

WHIT3 LABEL BOOT, HELMET AND GOGGLE

MX19 LAUNCH VIDEO

MXSTORE VIDEO

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