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Infinita Womens MTB / Trail Helmet

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Long climbs and flowing descents are where the Infinita shines. Wherever the trail takes you, you’re ready with this all-new, purpose-built helmet. It offers 18 large vents for maximum ventilation and trail-specific performance. Everything you need to conquer enduro or all-mountain terrain in a comfortable, attractive and lightweight package.

Features

  • Protection: EPS and super-tough polycarbonate shells
  • Fit system: ESS, Cinch Pro and LiteForm™ webbing
  • Ventilation: Direct Flow Cooling guiding airflow into ultra-deep internal channels.
  • Visor: infinitely adjustable and removable, extended protection
  • Padding: TransTextura Plus™ X-odour anti-microbial pads
  • Extra: GoPro compatible and goggle strap retainer
  • Certification: CPSC, CE-EN 1078:2012 & ASNZ

Highlights

Long climbs and flowing descents are where the Infinita shines. Wherever the trail takes you, you’re ready with this purpose-built helmet. It offers 18 large vents and deep channeling for increased cooling airflow. Complete with a goggle strap, camera mount and a great fit, so you’ll have everything you need to conquer enduro or all-mountain terrain in winning fashion.

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Technologies

Brain Protection System

MIPS is a patented brain protection system designed to reduce rotational motion ...

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BRAIN PROTECTION SYSTEM

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MIPS is a patented brain protection system designed to reduce rotational motion from angled impacts that can cause strain in the brain. MIPS mimics the brain’s own protection system inside the skull by adding a low-friction layer between the head and helmet. A helmet with MIPS can absorb more rotational motion from an angled impact.

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MIPS REDUCES STRAIN TO THE BRAIN

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The MIPS patented Brain Protection System was developed by some of the world’s leading researchers in biomechanics and neuroscience at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden.

Strain level images from lab tests where two identical helmets, one with MIPS and one without, tested at the same speed show a clear difference. The more red, the more strain in the brain. A helmet with MIPS reduces the rotational motion transmitted to the brain.

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How MIPS helmets are tested

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WHAT HAPPENS ON IMPACT?

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When the head is subjected to an angled impact, the brain slides along a membrane on the inner surface of the skull, which reduces the rotational motion transmitted to the brain. This dynamic was copied and technically applied to create the MIPS Patented Brain Protection System. It is a low-friction layer between the head and helmet, which in experimental and numerical tests has shown a reduction of rotational motion to the brain.

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PROTECTION IN ALL HELMET CATEGORIES

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In a helmet with MIPS Brain Protection System the shell and the liner are separated by a low friction layer. When a helmet with MIPS Brain Protection System is subjected to an angled impact, the low friction layer allows the helmet to slide relative to the head. The MIPS Brain Protection System doesn’t interfere with other properties of helmets, such as design and comfort. Since 1996, research and tests have been performed to compare a helmet with the MIPS Brain Protection System to a conventional helmet. The results showed that it was possible to reduce the rotational motion transmitted to the brain by adding the MIPS Brain Protection System.

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