New helmet Troy Lee designs A1 Classic MIPS/Jelly Beans/Eyeball 2018

New helmet Troy Lee designs A1 Classic MIPS/Jelly Beans/Eyeball 2018

Mountain Bike helmet Troy Lee designs A1 2018 for children cyclists – Jelly beans and Eyeball

The prestigious brand Troy Lee Designs provides us for this 2018 MTB A1 helmets in their children's versions Jelly beans and Eyeball

Bike helmet Troy Lee designs A1 Jelly beans-For kids

This helmet model Troy Lee Designs has 16 thru forwardmost holes of ventilation that will provide an excellent internal air flow to increase the comfort on the bike. The inner lining of EPS material will guarantee the best protection in the event of an accident.

The visor of this helmet is adjustable at the same time as very sturdy. This way it provides more comfort on the bike.

This helmet is black-gray with details in blue, green, yellow, orange, red, pink...

Youth MTB Helmet shell A1 Eyeball

The Troy Lee designs A1 MTB Helmet has been designed with the best materials and the highest quality. In addition, its light weight makes it a very comfortablemodel.

Designed for the smallest of the house, the Troy Lee designs A1 Eyeball helmet is equipped with great ventilation and protection.

This model is available in black-gray color with the design of an eye that will give you a point of aggression.

New helmet MTB Troy Lee Designs A1 Classic MIPS 2018

The new Troy Lee designs A1 Classic MIPS is the result of a long study process in which most of the American brand's staff have been implicated. We are in front of a model focused on demanding MTB modalities such as the XC, the Enduro and the All Mountain. Its attributes reside in an effective protection, excellent level of light ness and Trasnpirabilidad and the inclusion of the MIPS system in the casing. Therefore, we are in front of a high-endhelmet, with a very nice aesthetic that will complete your mountain biking equipment.

What is MIPS technology based on?

As we say, it incorporates MIPS technology. Most conventional helmets base their protection on the frontal impacts, leaving the sides careless. In the case of the MIPS, if a blow occurs on one side, its casing will move independently, implying a smoother transition from the energy to the head and minimizing the damage and possible injuries. This is added a foam liner EPS, which gently wraps your head.

On the other hand, ventilation is another of its strengths. It gets it with 8 internal ducts, wide and channeled that get a constant air flow. When the speed is reduced the temperature of the head does not increase, optimizing the comfort of the cyclist. It is worth mentioning the small weight of the TLD A1 Classic MIPS helmet. In fact, many of the mountainbike pilots who have tried it assure that they have the feeling of not wearing anything.

As for the adjustment, it is based on a 3-position system, ideal for glasses of different size and posture. The occipital part incorporates a very precise and easily achievable cast er when cycling. The strap s are perfectly regulated and can be concealed. In addition, all of your accessories can be removed for washing, avoiding bad smells and infections.

Further details MTB helmet Troy Lee Designs A1 Classic MIPS:

  • Weight: 394 grams.
  • Sizes: S, M.
  • Colors: Black, black and blue, orange, brown and yellow, white, yellow.

New helmet Troy Lee designs A1 Classic MIPS/Jelly Beans/Eyeball 2018 / Troy Lee Designs

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