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Bell Super 2R MIPS Helmet with Removable Chin Guard
The Super 2R features a removable chin bar that provides extra frontal face protection for extreme riding conditions with the ability to remove and store the chin bar for milder riding environments and climbs where less protection is necessary.
The Bell Super 2R secured the silver award in the Sports, Leisure and Recreation category in the 2015 IDEA , one of the world's most prestigious design competitions. The Super 2R helmet took the all-mountain and enduro mountain bike world by storm upon its introduction thanks to its versatility to be essentially two helmets in one.
- Breakaway Screws
- Fusion In-Mold Polycarbonate Shell
- Goggleguide Adjustable Visor System
- ICEdot Enabled
- Integrated Breakaway Camera Mount
- Overbrow Ventilation
- TAG Fit System
- Wraparound Protection
- X-Static Padding
SIZING GUIDE: Small: 52-56cm, Medium: 55-59cm, Large 58-62cm
WEIGHT: 694 Grams
VENTS: 23 helmet, 4 brow ports, 6 chin-bar
CERTIFICATION: CE EN1078 CPSC Bicycle
GOGGLEGUIDE ADJUSTABLE VISOR SYSTEM: Adaptable visor system accommodates both goggles and glasses and works with or without the visor attached.
ICEDOT ENABLED: ICEdot is an emergency notification service that syncs a secure online profile with a helmet sticker that container a unique code.
INTEGRATED BREAKAWAY CAMERA MOUNT: Seamless camera mount, requiring no zip ties or tape, is engineered to "break away" upon impact to reduce the risk of injury.
MIPS-EQUIPPED: MIPS stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System, which is a leading slip-plane technology inside the helmet designed to reduce rotational forces that can result from certain impacts.
OVERBROW VENTILATION: Actively ushers cool air over the head and regulates temperature by drawing cool air into the intake ports and circulating it through a matrix of air channels.
TAG FIT SYSTEM: Adjusts to the head on two axes - circumferentially as standard fit systems do, but also vertically to better accommodate differences in the up/down position of the occipital lobe.
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