If you seek peace, dress for battle (si vis pacem para bellum). Enter the fray with full coverage and amazing lightness. Designed for all-mountain riding, the Parabellum features extended coverage with overlapping shells in the back and a gel-padded retention system. A removable camera mount helps bare witness to the scene.
- Variable-density polystyrene inner fused to a high-strength polycarbonate.
- Homothetic embedded skeleton dissipates impact forces over the whole shell.
- Visor has air intake adjustments with aluminum side screws to direct airflow and accommodate goggles.
- Front pads are medical-grade gel, shaped to channel sweat. Removable and hand washable. Other pads are anti-allergenic, with Cool Max for rapid evaporation of perspiration.
- One-hand fit dial on back.
- Woven polyester Air Light straps aid sweat evaporation and have great tensile strength.
- Removable visor.
- Camera support is removable when you’re not filming.
|Ideal for||Mountain biking|
Microshell helmets are made of a thin polymer sheet over a foam liner; Hardshell helmets have a hard polymer outer shell and a foam liner; when the liner is being bonded to the outer shell during the manufacturing process, it is Molded in the shell.
|Molded in the shell|
|Fit system||Adjustable dial|
|Inner material||EPS (expanded polystyrene)|
Most helmets are tested and certified for a specific sport. Some helmets are approved for multi-sports, but only after passing the safety tests for both sports (i.e., snowsports and cycling).
Cetification is established by a variety of governing bodies who set impact standards. Most helmets are certified or approved for a specific sport, except in the case of multi-sport helmets (i.e., a snowsports helmet might also be approved for cycling if it meets the cycling safety standards).