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HELMET TLD D3 CARBON 150

HELMET TLD D3 CARBON 150

Designer: Troy Lee Designs

$790.00

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Technologically advanced aerospace Carbon/Composite shell construction and the revolutionary MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) are just two of the many reasons why you should own a Troy Lee Designs D3 MIPS Full Face Helmet. Both have potentially life-saving capabilities and both could mean the difference between whether you spend the rest of your days in a quadriplegic state or just cop a few cuts and bruises and get right back to enjoying your life. With strategically placed interior chin-bar shock pads plus purpose-built internal cavities for audio integration, 20 high-flow intake and exhaust ports for maximum ventilation and Titanium hardware for reduced weight, this is a helmet that is as much about comfort and usability as it is about safety. If riders like Brendan Fairclough, Aaron Gwin, Steve Peat, Brandon Semenuk and Cam Zink refuse to wear anything else when they pedal, then maybe you should too.

Box Contents:
• 1 x TLD D3 MIPS Carbon/Composite Helmet
• 1 x TLD Helmet bag with Troy Lee logos, carry handles & zip closure
• 1 x TLD D3 colour-matching Helmet Visor (to keep as a spare)
• 1 x Owner Manual
• 2 x Visor stickers to provide vital contact info for emergency services

MIPS Safety Technology:
MIPS stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System. This is a revolutionary technology which lets the helmet slide relative to the head, adding more protection against rotational violence to the brain caused by angled impacts. Developed by brain surgeons and scientists it is designed to protect your cerebral hemispheres by creating a buffer between the outside environment and your skull so that the layer of fluid between your dome and skull can function more effectively as a buffer between them to safeguard your brain without the added complication of external head trauma caused by an impact sustained while riding your bike.

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