Mavic Crossmax Pro Helmet

Mavic Crossmax Pro Helmet
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Crossmax Pro Helmet by Mavic
Price subject to change | SKU: MAV00C9

Mavic Crossmax Pro Helmet

Bomb trails long enough and you'll eventually go boom. Sometimes you'll expect it; sometimes you won't. Either way, crashing is a part of riding, so when you buckle your helmet and head out for a rowdy day on singletrack, you want to be wearing a helmet that won't let you down if you lean hard into a corner and unexpectedly find yourself in a cloud of dust looking up the sky. Mavic took safety seriously when designing its Crossmax Pro Helmet, bearing in mind the specific demands of enduro riding and including features you can directly benefit from while you seek out the tackiest lines with your ride crew. Mavic started by shaping Crossmax Pro to provide coverage on the vulnerable areas of the back of the head while ensuring the helmet remained lightweight and breathable, a goal that was facilitated by ample ventilation throughout. Within the helmet, Mavic helps create a more comfortable fit next to your skin by using its Live Fit technology, which involves a band of plush, adaptable XRD memory foam spanning the front of the helmet. This foam customizes the fit to your head shape, ensuring a secure fit and absorbing trail vibrations and impacts on white-knuckle lines and unavoidable crashes. Anticipating you'll be grabbing a pair of goggles or at least sunglasses for most rides, Mavic also shaped the helmet and its adjustable visor with eyewear in mind, aiming to achieve a versatile fit with most goggles that will discourage fogging on days when the trails are especially steamy.

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