6D - ATR-2 Merge Helmet

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6D - ATR-2 Merge Helmet

6D

R 12,999.00 

The ATR-2 is the most advanced helmet ever manufactured for off-road motorcycle riding or competition. Its high-tech ODS system combined with its ability to be rebuilt after most moderate to severe crash impacts separate this helmet from all others. Designed and engineered to provide the most active and progressive energy management solution possible, the ATR-2 outperforms all others in impact mitigation across the broadest range of impact demands.

Helmet Features:
Removable, washable comfort liner features Genuine Dri-Lex® anti-bacterial fabric
Emergency Quick-Release Cheek Pads
PU-over molded EPP lined chin bar includes Sternum Pad
Goggle band integrated shell recess at the eyeport area improves goggle fit and seal
Shear-Away Visor Screws designed to reduce angular acceleration potential
Nose guard provides improved roost protection
Titanium D-Rings
Light weight with improved center of gravity (+/- 1480 grams Size M)
Exceeds DOT, ECE, ACU and ASTM Standards
3-Year Limited Warranty

Rebuildable ODS System:
Patented Omni-Directional Suspension® (ODS®)
Improved ODS design mitigates Angular and Linear Accelerations
Replaceable Inner EPS Liner
Multi-impact EPP Outer Liner incorporates Isolation Damping Towers
Rotational Energy Management Disks reduce Angular Acceleration
Superior low, mid, and high velocity impact mitigation
Air-Gap Ventilation System with 17 Transfer Ports
Rebuild/ Crash Replacement Program

THE DYNAMICS OF 6D’S ODS ENERGY MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
6D’s patented Omni-Directional Suspension (ODS) technology is a fully active, in-helmet suspension and kinetic energy management system. Engineered to uncouple the helmet’s exterior shell from the inner EPS liner, the system effectively mitigates energy transfer to the head and brain of the rider during any given accident or impact event.