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Smith Network MIPS

Smith Network MIPS


Price


Quantity
pc


Colour
Smith Network MIPS Matte Blackout
Matte Blackout
Smith Network MIPS Matte White
Matte White


Size
S (51-55 cm)
M (55-59 cm)
L (59-62 cm)




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Availability
Approximately 14 - 30 day(s) from the order. The reliability of the estimation is good.

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Product description

You've always been drawn to the challenge of a new route, a new trail, the thrill of the unexpected. Designed for whatever you get into on two wheels, the Smith Network is our versatile, shred-ready bike helmet. Safety techs like Koroyd® and MIPS® offer protection and enhanced energy absorption should you need it. When the sun is blazing and you're heating up, the ventilation system keeps air flowing and your eyewear fog-free. Later, when the light dips beneath the hills, store your shades in pass-through channels on the front.

Protection

  • Zonal Koroyd® coverage for lightweight, energy-absorbing and ventilated impact protection
  • MIPS® Brain Protection System reduces rotational forces caused by angled impacts to the head
  • CPSC and CE EN 1078 certified
Fit / Integration
  • Designed for ultimate integration with Smith performance eyewear and goggles for maximum comfort, venting and storage convenience
  • AirEvac™ ventilation system integrates with Smith eyewear for fog-free lenses
Features
  • 15 fixed vents for consistent airflow
  • Optional fabric visor
  • Ionic+® antimicrobial lining offers sweat-activated odor control
  • Lightweight, low-bulk single layer webbing

The approximate size of the packed product or the sales package is 350 x 250 x 250 mm.


Gender
Men, women


MIPS / SPIN
Yes


Suitability
City, Road


Weight
0.4 kg (Includes the weight of the sales package if present)


Warranty
24 month(s)


MIPS

MIPS ”Multi-directional Impact Protection System”. The MIPS Brain Protection System is designed to add protection against rotational motion transferred to the brain. Rotational motion aff...


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