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Bell’s Sixer MIPS MTB Helmet offers ample ventilation with 26 vents and 4 brow ports; sweat protection via Sweat Guide™ pad technology; Float Fit Race™ ‒ a custom fitting system with integrated MIPS for an optimally secure and comfortable fit; Progressive Layering™ with variable EPS foam; and an integrated camera/light mount.
- 4-Position Adjustable Visor.
- Sweat Guide™ Padding.
- Dual Flow Ventilation™.
- Float Fit Race™ (w/ MIPS®️ for extra protection upon angled impact).
- No-Twist Tri-Glides™.
- Progressive Layering™.
- X-Static® Padding.
- Integrated Breakaway Camera Mount.
- Fusion In-Mold Polycarbonate Shell & Exposed Polycarbonate Roll Cage.
- Weight: ~410g.
Other styles of this product are available.
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by CA/WA biker
Overall good helmet
Fit and comfort 1. Can't find a light that will fit the mount that comes with the helmet. Strapped on a Lezyne in the back which helps. Fortunately haven't had a fall to test out the MIPS. I use it primarily for road riding an ebike. I broke my neck a couple of years ago riding a bike path with a front tire blowout resulting in a concussion and a broken C2 vertabrae wearing a helmet (not this helmet). Hard to say whether the MIPS system would have helped. Nevertheless I'm pleased with it so far.
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