Kryptek and Fly Racing Team Up for 2024 Camo Gear Range

Big-name brands and attention-grabbing designs at entry-level prices.

byRobert Bacon|
Kryptek and FLY Racing hero
Robert Bacon


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If you’re looking for a way to stand out at your local motocross track or on the trails next year, Kryptek and Fly Racing have teamed up to help you do just that. The hunters among us are probably already familiar with Kryptek, which makes a wide range of hunting apparel. But now, this brand is taking its signature camo designs and applying them to Fly Racing’s Kinetic S.E. helmet, Focus Goggles, and F-16 gear for 2024.

The Fly Racing Kinetic S.E. Kryptek is one of the go-to entry-level motocross helmets on the market, and that’s partly due to its $149.95 price tag. For this, you get a helmet that’s DOT and ECE-approved, has a dual-density EPS (expanded polystyrene) liner, is made from a lightweight polymer shell, and features Kryptek’s branding and camo design. 

Fly Racing’s Focus goggles match the Kinetic S.E. Kryptek helmet perfectly with the camo pattern on the strap. The goggles are made from a polyurethane frame and have two layers of face foam, which provides a seal between the face and the goggles. A High-grade polycarbonate clear lens with anti-scratch and anti-fog properties is also included for the $27.95 retail price.

The F-16 jersey, pants, and gloves complete the look. The F-16 S.E. Kryptek pants are made from 600D polyester and use a YKK zipper to help ensure they’ll be up to the task at hand. They also feature multi-directional stretch ribbing to increase flexibility and come in at $89.95.

As hard-core as the green camo-styled F-16 S.E. Kryptek jersey looks, you can rest assured it’s made for comfort. The garment has a relaxed fit and a tagless comfort-stretch collar, all for just $29.95.

Finishing off the aesthetic are the F-16 S.E. Kryptek gloves, which cost $24.95. They feature a four-way stretch perforated neoprene cuff, which should provide plenty of airflow. Adding some protection while also keeping the gloves flexible is a durable, lightly padded palm with a reinforced thumb.

The only question is, will you don Kryptek-branded Fly Racing gear for the 2024 season?