Bell Annex MIPS Helmet

Bell Annex MIPS Helmet
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Annex MIPS Helmet by Bell
Price subject to change | SKU: BEL00C1

Bell Annex MIPS Helmet

Rather than continue to sit, miserable and tightly wound, in rush hour traffic five days a week, years of "I should", "I could", and "I'd really like to" have finally given way to a solid resolution to commute by bike. Commuting involves a decent amount of gear, and one piece you won't want to skimp on is the lid protecting your brain. Light and efficient, the commuting-specific Bell Annex MIPS Helmet comes with features that promote safety and comfort while you enjoy fresh air and pleasantly active rush hours. One of the biggest advantages the Annex delivers comes in the form of its MIPS liner, which rotates slightly during oblique impact to absorb brain-damaging rotational energy generated in certain crashes. Together with the Annex's durable shell, you'll be well-equipped if navigating crowded city streets and busy bike lanes results in an unfortunate spill. Anticipating the multitude of weather changes you're likely to experience while commuting, Bell added an Active Air Slider over the helmet's 15 vents to allow you to control the amount of airflow in the helmet. You'll stay warmer on cool days and drier on wet ones with this thoughtful addition. Bell's Float Fit dial makes on-the-go fit adjustments easy, and a soft-brim visor shields against surprise evening showers, helping you maintain visibility and get home safely.

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