Fixed side straps. Quick and easy to pull your pony tail through.
17 ventilation channels
Compatible with a ponytail and a rear clip-on light.
Complies with EN 1078.
Size S: 280 g
Size M: 320 g
Size L: 370 g
Chinstrap fastening: clip
Occipital adjustment: 360° dial.
Comfort foam: detachable and washable (available from after-sales)
Visor: fixed, detachable.
Outer shell: polycarbonate Inmold.
Compatibility: ponytail and clip-on light (rear).
Space requirements, size M: Length: 30 cm, width: 21 cm, height: 15.5 cm
HOW DO YOU CHOOSE YOUR MOUNTAIN BIKE HELMET SIZE?
To find your helmet size, simply measure your head circumference (around the forehead). This mountain bike helmet is available in three sizes:
S: 52 - 55 cm
M : 55 - 59 cm
L: 59 - 62 cm
EN 1078 CERTIFIED
European standard setting out the requirements and test methods for helmets to be worn by users of rollerblades, skateboards, scooters and bicycles. The corresponding requirements and test methods cover the following aspects: construction, including field of vision; shock absorption properties, characteristics of the retention system, including the chinstrap and tightening devices; marking and information.
A cushioning foam replacement kit is available for this helmet on our website
Please note that on some helmets, the colour of the EVA cushioning foams (those in contact with the top of the head) may vary.
WHEN SHOULD I REPLACE MY HELMET?
We recommend replacing your helmet in 2 cases:
1/ After a fall:
In the event of a fall, your helmet's material can deteriorate or even break. Sometimes, you won't even notice. That is why we recommend replacing it if you have the slightest doubt.
2/After 5 years of use:
The foam deteriorates. It can deteriorate due to impact, where it is stored, the climate, and its use. We therefore recommend replacing your helmet at least every 5 years.
HOW DO YOU ADJUST THE HELMET?
3 quick steps for adjusting your helmet in 2 minutes:
1/ If needed, pull your ponytail through the back of the helmet (lower the dial's rim).
2/ Adjust and clip the buckles on the 2 straps: check that you can still slide 2 fingers between the strap and your chin.
3/ Adjust the tightness around your head using the rear dial.
The helmet should be in contact with your head, without tipping forward, backward, or sideways, even when you're moving.
Our team of product designers based at the B'Twin Village in Lille is continuously working to make cycling more comfortable for our users.
Our obsession is to create products that meet the specific cycling needs of our users and eliminate hindrances to a good cycling experience.
Returns conditions for personal protective equipment
Make sure that this product fits properly.
If you do need to return it, you will need to make sure it still has its instructions, labels and, where applicable, original packaging. so that it can be reconditioned. Let's take care of our planet, together.