Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS

  • Kids and youth helmet for everyday use

Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS

Technology:

  • In-Mold for durable fusion of the outer shell and the shock absorbing helmet material (EPS)
  • Extended foam visor for maximum face protection
  • Deep temple and neck protection
  • Full-faced shell reduces damage due to children based use
  • Zoom Evo Kid - precise adjustment system with handy wheel
  • Big, highly positioned and integrated LED rear light with 180° visibility
  • Size adjustment via full ring made of robust and flexible plastic for ideal stability and adaptability
  • Good ventilation with 5 air inlets and 12 outlets, connected by deep air stream channels
  • Foamed in fly net
  • High passive safety thanks to reflectors
  • MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) is a technology, providing protection with respect to angled impacts
  • Soft touch straps easy to adjust by practical sliders

Tips:

  • This helmet was developed and especially designed for children
  • Rain cap available as accessory
Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS 
Art. no. 38809

Head size: 48 cm
Size: S
Weight: 245 g
Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS 
Art. no. 38813

Head size: 48 cm
Size: S
Weight: 245 g
Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS 
Art. no. 38812

Head size: 52 cm
Size: M
Weight: 265 g
Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS 
Art. no. 38814

Head size: 52 cm
Size: M
Weight: 265 g
Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS 
Art. no. 38810

Head size: 52 cm
Size: M
Weight: 265 g
Kids Helmet Youn-I MIPS 
Art. no. 38811

Head size: 48 cm
Size: S
Weight: 245 g

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