Bushwhacker II Carbon MIPS Helmet by Sweet Protection
With the performance benefits we see in carbon mountain bikes, it was only a matter of time before we started to see it creep up into other pieces we ride with. Sure, it's natural to see carbon fiber components, but stretching things a step further, Sweet Protection reinforces the Bushwhacker II Carbon MIPS Helmet with 5-panel carbon fiber construction. The Bushwhacker is built with trail and enduro riding in mind, and offers top-tier protection thanks to its combination of EPS foam, polycarbonate, and carbon fiber that work together to take the brunt of impacts, absorbing energy from hits, so you can keep riding. This model also packs in MIPS technology, designed to be a low-friction layer to reduce rotational forces transferred during certain impacts. Both DOV (digitally optimized ventilation) and STACC (superficial temporal artery cooling channels) are utilized in the Bushwhacker II to elevate airflow through the helmet, cooling you down as you ride -- without exposing your temples. Sweet Protection finishes off the helmet with its signature Occigrip turn dial to secure the perfect fit. Occigrip is designed to provide a firm fit that prevents rolling around, and is adjustable both in reach and height with a large knob that can be used even with gloves.
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