Before dropping into steep chutes or charging down a tight tree run, it's best to be wearing the upgraded protection of the Pret Cirque X Helmet on the mountain. Upgraded with an elastomeric MIPS liner, the Cirque X Helmet offers additional impact dispersion in the case of an angled crash, which is what typically happens during a fall. Whereas traditional helmets are tested to absorb impacts from head-on collisions, MIPS works better in real-world scenarios where you'll be falling at an angle onto the underlying terrain, or hitting nearby trees and other not-so-friendly objects lining the trail. The rest of the Cirque X is thoughtfully detailed to be as lightweight, comfortable, and adjustable as possible. ACT construction uses varying thickness levels to maximize durability and protection in key areas, as well as shave excess weight for a lighter overall design. VTT4 airflow ports offer enormous ventilation with the flick of a sliding knob. These massive ventilation ports maximize comfort in widely varying conditions you're bound to experience throughout the season. Another piece of technology used in this helmet is the RCS fit system, which provides a micro-adjustable fit with the turn of its rear-mounted dial.
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