Lazer CHIRU Small MIPS Helmet Matte Red
The Chiru MIPS lets you push your limits mountain biking without sacrifice. A low friction MIPS layer and deep coverage at the sides and rear of the helmet helps protect your head against unexpected knocks. Chiru MIPS has the Virginia Tech 5-Star protection rating. The Chiru MIPS pairs extended coverage with a MIPS layer to give you excellent protection. Chiru MIPS has been awarded the Virginia Tech 5-Star “Best Available” protection rating. Stay comfortable on all-day epics: the Turnfit+ System retention system and adjustable head basket will keep your helmet secure while eliminating pressure points. A color-matched integrated visor will help prevent squinting, so you can keep shredding on the sunny days. Fifteen well-placed air vents promote airflow even on slow, technical climbs. The optional rechargeable rear TS+ LED light will come in handy when you ride until dark and still need to pedal home from the trails.
- Adjustable Head Basket
- Allows the back part of the retention system to be adjusted up and down depending upon your preference and comfort. The nylon ratchet system can be pushed high and out of the way, or low for a feeling of increased security.
- Increased protection
- The dropped profile provides additional coverage and protection around the sides and the rear of your head.
- Large visor
- Color-matched visor helps keep the sun, mud, and branches off your face.
- Rear LED Light compatible
- This helmet is compatible with the integrated Rear LED Light accessory which improves your visibility from the rear in low light conditions.
- MIPS layer
- The Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) helps reduce the risk of rotational brain injury by isolating your head from the rotation of the helmet shell in the event of an impact.
- Turnfit Plus system (TS+)
- A unique fit system which prevents hotspots or pressure points by making the adjustment around the entire circumference of your head.
- Virginia Tech 5-Star Rating
- The Virginia Tech impact testing uses the STAR evaluation system to determine the helmet’s ability to reduce linear acceleration and rotational velocity of the head resulting from a range of impacts a cyclist might experience. 5-Star indicates the “Best Available” rating possible. Virginia Tech recommends the use of any 4- or 5-star rated helmet.