Shaving excess weight while remaining incredibly strong during the event of a catastrophic crash, the POC Coron Air Carbon Spin Helmet features a lightweight carbon fiber shell with an EPP foam liner that's good for multiple impacts. This means you won't have to replace your full face helmet after taking a small digger in the bike park or flying off a boardwalk while stepping to North Shore-style obstacles in the woods. Not only is it incredibly lightweight and strong, but it's well-ventilated with mesh-lined channels throughout that circulate airflow to prevent overheating on those hot summer days. Best of all, it's packing POC's newest Spin rotational impact protection system, which allows the helmet to rotate independently around your noggin during an angled impact with the ground, subsequently reducing rotational forces transmitted through the helmet. If you do crash really badly, there's even cheek pads that can be easily taken out in the case of an emergency, as to mitigate damage to an already hurt neck from wrenching off the helmet. Other useful features include a breakaway visor for a bit more safety during a crash, as well as seamless integration with POC's newest Ora mountain bike goggle.
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