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Cast your mind back, before rules and regulations came into the reckoning. Southern California was the capital of motocross riding and leading the charge for the revolution was Fasthouse. Born from the dirt, their punk attitude is perfect for those that love to pin trails and nail berms, and their partnership with Bell is set to bridge the gap between motocross and mountain biking. Extremely stylish, the trail rich Sixer MIPS Fasthouse Helmet fits perfectly, allowing you to forget it's there.
Engineered to deliver the ultimate in protection, the Sixer MIPS Helmet offers unrivalled comfort with a closer-to-the-head fit that certainly sets the precedent on the trail. Blending Bell’s Float Fit system with a proprietary Sweat Guide, finding the perfect flow and taking on the kicker in confidence ensures any session is absolutely dialled.
For added levels of protection, the Sixer offers goggle compatibility with a strap gripper at the rear, adjustable visor height and an integrated camera/light mount should you wish to capture any sick skills you pull off. When the intensity rises, the 26 vents and four brow ports ensure airflow is maximised to keep your ride cool and dry.
Whether pinning the berms or taking in the sights, welcome the perfect level of protection with the Sixer MIPS Helmet from Bell.
• MIPS is a Brain Protection System
• Rotational motion can cause brain injuries
• The low friction layer allows a sliding movement of 10–15 mm, in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact
• MIPS adds protection
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