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  • RAMPAGE PRO CARBON MOTH HELMET [BLU/BLK] M
  • RAMPAGE PRO CARBON MOTH HELMET [BLU/BLK] M
  • RAMPAGE PRO CARBON MOTH HELMET [BLU/BLK] M
  • RAMPAGE PRO CARBON MOTH HELMET [BLU/BLK] M

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RAMPAGE PRO CARBON MOTH HELMET

Style #: 19075-023-M
$449.95 $314.97

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Podium Proven, the Rampage Pro Carbon Helmet is the pinnacle of performance mountain bike products. Pulling from our 40-year history of design and engineering excellence, we added bike-specific functionality for increased performance. The result is a lightweight and extremely protective MTB helmet that continues to show up on podiums season after season.


Reviews:

"I've always worn a full face helmet for DH laps and Slopestyle, but when the RPC came out, I started wearing it even for dirt jumping. It's such a good helmet with great ventilation and comfort, I sometimes don't even take it off during a full session at the jumps, or on my way up the chairlift."
- Cam McCaul

  • MIPS Equipped (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System)
  • Precision fit and designed using 2 shell sizes and 3 EPS dimensions
  • Maximum venting and airflow with 17 total vents and channels
  • High-tech Dri Lex luxury interior with 3D molded cheek pads
  • Podium proven year after year
  • Designed and engineered in California

MIPS ADDS PROTECTION AGAINST ROTATIONAL VIOLENCE
This helmet is equipped with the MIPS low friction layer. MIPS is a patented brain protection system developed to reduce rotational violence causing strain in the brain at angled impacts. MIPS mimics the brains own protection system by adding a low-friction layer between the head and the helmet. A helmet with MIPS can absorb more energy from an angled impact. Conventional helmets are tested by dropping them vertically onto a flat surface. MIPS is designed and tested for reality, reflecting how most accidents occur, with angled impacts to the head. MIPS raises the bar for helmet safety.