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The Trailblazer MIPS is the latest evolution of Sweet Protections pioneering multi-piece variable elasticity shell technology, leading the way in protection performance.
Set the trails on fire in full confidence. As trail riding and bikes evolve, so should the performance of your helmet. The Trailblazer is the latest evolution of our pioneering multi-piece variable elasticity shell technology, leading the way in protection performance. Now you can blaze trails thought to be unrideable. With trickle-down shell technology from the proven Bushwhacker, this helmet provides strength and performance with its 4-piece variable shell construction. The Trailblazer introduces an updated design with a contemporary take on the Sweet Protection DNA featuring a new visor placement and a progressive style. The visor can be adjusted with the new visor mechanism, and the helmet also comes with a completely new Occigrip turn-dial system and STACC ventilation. This model is equipped with the MIPS Brain Protection System, a low friction layer solution designed to reduce rotational forces transferred to the brain.
- Enduro and trail specific helmet
- Superior protection with its 4-piece variable elasticity shell technology
- Highly ventilated including STACC ventilation
- Occigrip Turndial
- Top-of-the-line helmet
- Purchase includes Comfort Pads in two different thicknesses for ultimate customization and helmet bag
- CE EN 1078
- CPSC 1203
The approximated size of the packed product or the sales package is 400 x 400 x 400 mm.
GenderUnisexMIPS / SPINYes
(with sales package 0.45 kg)
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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