MOJO MIPS

As low as SEK999.00
Incl. 25% VAT

Description

Kids helmet with all the protection and comfort of the adult line, including MIPS.

Delivery time 3 to 5 business days

Product Information

Description

The MOJO kids helmet is packed with the features, style and protection of HEAD's adult line. The helmet's size and fit features 2D adjustability, which provides supreme comfort and added wearability for growing kids. While a soft lining, removable ear pads and Thermal Ventilation give kids a comfortable, more confident experience, so that staying safe on the hill becomes instinctive. By adding MIPS, an additional low-friction layer is integrated in the helmet, which is designed to reduce rotational motion transferred to the brain in the case of angled impacts.

Facts

Construction:
In-Mold Technology
SIZES:
XXS (47-51 cm), XS/S (52-56 cm)
Colors:
black

Features

  • The soft Microfleece material has several functions: it feels good, draws moisture from the skin and transports it away from the head.
  • Thermal Ventilation is our automatic ventilation system which leads warm air away from the head to the outside without allowing any cold air to the inside.
  • The size adjustment system may be varied horizontally in order to individually adjust the helmet to your head.
  • The shock absorbing inner EPS layer of this technology is injected into the hard outer polycarbonate layer to create a single comprehensive unit that provides perfect protection at a reduced weight.
  • Technology

    In-Mold Technology

    In-Mold Technology

    The shock absorbing inner EPS layer of this technology is injected into the hard outer polycarbonate layer to create a single comprehensive unit that provides perfect protection at a reduced weight.

    MIPS

    MIPS

    MIPS stands for multi-directional impact protection system. This brain protection system (BPS) is found discreetly inside of the bicycle helmet and can reduce harmful forces should you take an unexpected spill. According to our friends at MIPS Protection, studies show that it’s more common to fall at an angle. When this happens, you experience rotational motion.

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