SHELL IN AIM
Organic fibre and multi-composite fibre in various layers for a shock-absorbent shell with optimum rigidity
EPS-liner system with multiple densities
Optimized protection trough EPS elements with different shock absorbing levels
E.Q.R.S. Security system
E.Q.R.S. (Emergency Quick Release System) for easy helmet removal in case of an accident
Easy to handle, always perfect adjusted
For perfect fit and compact dimensions 1) XXS-S, 2) M, 3) L, 4) XL-XXL
For pleasant wearing comfort
To reduce noise
MULTIPLE VENTING AND EXTRACTION
- 4 Inlets on brow and chin, to guarantee fresh air supply.
- 6 Outlets at the rear to exhaust warm air.
- For optimised aero dynamical performance
BREATHGUARD & CHINCURTAIN
- Breathguard F & Chincurtain D include
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