Troxel LLC, the worldwide leader in ASTM/SEI-certified equestrian helmets has announced that they’ve released a new line of next generation helmets designed for the serious equestrian athlete.
The TX and World Champion Barrel Racer, Fallon Taylor signature FTX helmets not only look aggressive, but are designed specifically for hard-core riders using the latest technology and style. Are you serious about your performance and train hard to compete in barrel racing, mounted shooting, reined cow horse, gymkhana, roping or other high speed events? Then this helmet is made for you.
The athletic full coverage low profile design includes strategically placed vents for ideal airflow. The short FlexTip visor increases peripheral vision and Troxel’s DialFit system combined with the adjustable, removable, and washable FlipFold™ headliners, let you fine tune the fit to exactly how you want it!
Fallon debuted the new FTX Legend during her run at RFD-TV’s THE AMERICAN earlier this month. “I’m thrilled to help launch Troxel’s new TX style with my signature FTX helmets,” said Fallon. “This helmet is the next generation with its aerodynamic lines and very aggressive athletic styling. I always want to stay at the cutting edge.”
The TX line comes in three matte colors including Blue Raptor, Black Nitro and Pink Riot. The Fallon Taylor FTX branded line is available in two matte colors, Legend and Inferno. The new collections are available now at www.troxelhelmets.com.
The new TX and FTX collections are available now at www.troxelhelmets.com
Helmets in the Western Industry
After sustaining a Traumatic Brain injury as a result of a collision with a drunk driver, multiple Cowboy Mounted Shooting World Champion, Tammy Sronce, had to rethink her tactics. Sronce is now proud to be an ambassador for Troxel Helmets.
“Although I grew up in Pony Club in Australia, riding in a helmet, the thought of wearing one for the sport of Cowboy Mounted Shooting never occurred to me, until my accident” states Sronce. “I can say being a trail blazer is definitely not easy but after a long rehabilitation, my head was fragile and it was either ride with a helmet, or don’t ride at all. What I have come to understand, is that riding in a helmet has absolutely nothing to do with your skill level. Accidents can happen. I have come to embrace my helmet, I wouldn’t ride without it. I am proud to inspire others to do the same thing. My theory is, be big, be bold, and be colorful. That makes Troxel Helmets the perfect fit for me.”