The latest innovation in helmet safety, the MIPS Brain Protection System is designed to protect against rotational brain injury – caused by movement between the brain and skull when the head suffers an impact.
MIPS is a low friction layer that sits between the helmet’s EPS liner and fabric lining, allowing the head to move 10-15mm relative to the helmet in all directions. This redirects energies and forces otherwise transferred to the brain, reducing the risk of damage to brain tissue due to rotational motion.
Light, bright and cool, the Subverter is one of LS2’s most popular motocross helmets. The outer shell is made from LS2’s exclusive Kinetic Polymer Alloy (KPA), a super strong material rivalling high-end composites, which offers flexibility for energy absorption and high penetration resistance, yet remains lightweight at just 1300 grams.
ECE 22.05 certified, it’s legal to wear on the road and carries the ACU Gold sticker for off-road sport. It comes in three outer shell sizes for the smallest, lightest possible helmet in each fitment range.
Emergency Release System cheek pads enable first responders to remove the Subverter with minimal movement of a fallen rider’s head and neck.
Multiple venting and channelling around the head allow plenty of airflow, while the breathable, hypoallergenic lining is removable and washable, so it can be kept fresh and clean all-season.
The long peak is adjustable and a wide aperture offers plenty of all-round vision and can accommodate most styles of motocross goggles.
The Subverter comes in sizes XS-3XL, in a choice of two solid and 10 eye-catching graphic finishes, including exclusive ‘Chrome’ and ‘Max’ options. Solid colour versions retail at £149.99; graphic versions sell for £179.99; Chrome and Max options cost £199.99.
Visit www.ls2helmets.com for more information and to find your nearest stockist.
For more information on MIPS technology, visit mipsprotection.com
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