Bern Union MIPS Helmet

Bern Union MIPS Helmet
Bern Union MIPS Helmet
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Union MIPS Helmet by Bern
Ride from the farmer's market to your favorite coffee shop in the stylish and highly protective Bern Union MIPS Helmet. Using Bern's innovative Zipmold+ construction, the Union brings you a higher strength-to-weight ratio than traditional ABS without sacrificing an ounce of safety, while the moisture-control liner does its part to pull sweat away from your dome on hotter days. Then, MIPS technology (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) uses a strategically-anchored liner on the inside of the helmet that's designed to move independently of the helmet shell to effectively redirect impacts and reduce rotational forces in the case of a crash. Plus, a 360-degree boa closure allows you to find just the right fit at the twist of a dial, and 21 vents throughout this lid protector ensure that the cool air continues to flow on hot summer rides.

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SKU: BRN003P
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