We don't like to think about it, but for each mile of singletrack you ride, the chances that you'll be involved in an accident increase and when that time comes, you'll be glad you have Mavic's Crossmax SL Pro MIPS Helmet on your head and ready to brace for impact. Mavic doesn't take safety lightly and this helmet does an admirable job of keeping you protected in the event of an accident while remaining lightweight and breathable. The addition of the MIPS liner adds additional safety and may help reduce injuries during certain scenarios. Mavic shaped the Crossmax SL Pro to provide additional coverage on the vulnerable areas of the back of the head while keeping the helmet cross-country race weight, with a removable visor, and plenty of ventilation to keep you cool on hot, muggy trails. Mavic's Ergo Hold SL Retention System offers plenty of adjustability, and comfort while keeping the helmet firmly in place for maximum protection. The fit is further bolstered by the Live Fit technology featuring memory foam that adapts to your individual head shape for a near custom fit that also absorbs vibrations and helps better disperse impact forces. Finally, the progressive padding, featuring 37. 5 fabric, uses active particles for maximum comfort.
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Mavic Crossmax SL Pro MIPS Helmet - Men's
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