Helmet Helmet Activ-TC

The helmet helmet Activ-TC is a protection of Cycling Versatile for the lovers of the bicycle, very suitable for use in urban areas, Mountain routes with Mountainbike, etc. A product designed with suitable technical materials to offer high protection to riders.

The Active-TC helmet model is made with a sturdy casing, with the rear part elongated to the nape of the neck, for better protection in possible blows and impacts. The holes scattered throughout the helmet shell allow adequate ventilation and perspiration to keep the head dry and well-regulated. It also incorporates a small front visor.

The helmet-Loc lockis made up of a more reliable system than the usual tweezers, which can be handled with a single hand. In the back of the protection is a rudecilla with occipital fastening, to adjust the head well. In the inner part is a well-adjusted foam to reduce the impact and offer comfort to the cyclist during the route.

Helmet Helmet Activ-TC features:

  • Rear-reinforced head protection.
  • Ventilation holes with mesh for insects.
  • Patented Helmet shell-LOC closure system.
  • Occipital and vertical adjustment, easy and precise.
  • Certificate: EN 1078.
  • Integrated visor.

* Core Sport Team Company S.L. is not responsible for the failures in the technical specifications or any other nature that affects the products. Check with the final store before making your purchase.

Helmet ACTIV TC / Casco

From 60 EUR to 69.95 EUR

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