Bell Endeavor MIPS Helmet - Women's

Bell Endeavor MIPS Helmet - Women's
$99.95
Endeavor MIPS Helmet - Women's by Bell
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Bell Endeavor MIPS Helmet - Women's

Whether you're just getting into riding or your current helmet is sweat-caked and ready to be retired, Bell's Endeavor MIPS Helmet for women is a lightweight, dependable presence with plenty of understated style. Bell starts with an In-Mold shell that bonds polycarbonate to an impact-absorbing EPS body and finishes with its Lightweight Kit fastening straps, which use a webbed material that sits more comfortably next to your skin and isn't as prone to absorbing sweat as traditional materials--hopefully making your dog less apt to use your helmet as a salt lick when not in use. The Endeavor features Bell's proprietary TAG Fit System as well, which allows you to adjust the helmet laterally and vertically so that it's truly secure in the event of a crash. In addition to a secure fit, you'll also benefit from MIPS technology. MIPS, or Multi-Directional Impact Protection System, appears in the Endeavor in the form of a thin liner that's designed to rotate slightly upon impact to absorb rotational energy generated by certain crashes. Bell perforates the sleek, compact shell with 19 vents to keep you cool on your hottest, slowest climbs, and it developed the helmet's shape with Bell's Overbrow Ventilation design, which directs airflow over your head whether you're riding into the wind or not, ferrying even the slightest cooling breeze into the vents as efficiently as possible.

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