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Bluegrass Jetro Mips

£225.00
Coverage to dare more. The Bluegrass Jetro is designed to provide full coverage around the head and jaw, for those who want greater protection from an open-face helmet.
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Bluegrass Jetro Mips Full Face MTB Helmet

Coverage to dare more. The Bluegrass Jetro is designed to provide full coverage around the head and jaw, for those who want greater protection from an open-face helmet. The Jetro covers 3/4 of the head, leaving a wide field of view. Stable, comfortable, breathable and safe.

The construction of the Bluegrass Jetro is innovatively engineered to exceed ASTM, NTA and rotational Impact testing such as MIPS and Virginia Tech Protocols. Our unique design and construction is drawn from the Vanguard, providing added protection and EPS shell along the entire coverage of the helmet.

Product Specifications

  • Extended head coverage
  • In-mould polycarbonate shell with EPS liner
  • MIPS® rotational management system, engineered to add protection in case of certain impacts
  • Fidlock® magnetic buckle makes it easier to secure the helmet
  • Adjustable C-shaped cheek-pads to help achieve the perfect fit, with two different thicknesses included.
  • ASTM 2032-15 and NTA 8776 certified
  • Safety release and flexible injected visor to avoid extra rotation of the neck in case of a crash
  • Safe-T Heta fit system
  • 360° head belt and 3 vertical adjustments give you everything you need to find a uniquely individual fit
  • 21 vents work in concert with internal, engineered air channelling system to improve ventilation and comfort
  • Comfort pads are hand washable for improved hygiene and extended product lifespan
  • Wide field of view makes it compatible with all goggles and sunglasses
  • Soft storage bag included
  • Certifications: CE, US, ASTM: NTA
  • Size: S: 52-56, M: 56-58, L: 58-61cm
  • Weight: S: 560, M: 580, L: 600
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