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MF540 Bad Days Inline Skating Skateboarding Scootering Helmet - Cream

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8400144
Key feature
When falling is all part and parcel of your sport, a helmet is more than just an accessory. A helmet is for protecting your head during intense rides.
£19.99*

5 AVAILABLE MODEL(S)

Products benefits

Stability
The helmet's shape and 3D adjustment dial keep it stable.
Adjustable
3D adjustment dial for changing the height and depth.
Lightweight
400 g in size M.
Ventilation
12 vents with air channels for air circulation.
Ease of use
Fixed dividers and magnetic buckle for fastening and adjusting with one hand.

Features

Standard EN1078
Inline skates/skateboard
COMPOSITION
Foam : 100.0% Polystyrene (EPS) - Expanded Outer fabric : 100.0% Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)
Approved by
Certified compliant with standard EN 1078 (inline skates, skateboard, scooter, bike).
Designed to :
inline skating, skateboarding, scootering.
Warranty
2 years

Advice

Storage Tips
Store in a dry place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.
RESTRICTED USE
Not suitable for motor sports or climbing.

Additional information

Impact protection
The shape of the helmet (covering the back of the neck and ears) is designed for doing boardsports on asphalt. Polystyrene structure and external ABS shell.
Adjustment and comfort
Soft foam with a thermobonded finish for comfort. Magnetic buckle that can be fastened and released with one hand. Non-movable dividers to always keep the right fit.Turn ring with height adjustment to fit more snugly.
What sizes are available?
Available in 3 sizes (depending on the colour): S: 52/55 cm (350 g), M: 55/59 cm (400 g, L: 59/62 cm (460 g).
What does the EN 1078 standard cover?
EN1078 is a European standard concerning the test methods and requirements for cycling, skateboarding and skating helmets. This standard covers the following aspects: construction, including field of vision; shock-absorbing properties; fastening system features, including the chinstrap and tightening systems; markings and information.
When should you replace a helmet?
Helmets are designed to protect your head from an impact. From just one impact. If you fall, even if it doesn't seem like the helmet is damaged, you need to replace it: it could be weakened or cracked in invisible places... and thus no longer provide protection. You should also consider replacing your helmet if it has gotten old. After 5 years, certain materials start to age, especially if the helmet is stored in a cold and/or damp place.

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