Bern Watts 2.0 MIPS Cycling Helmet

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Bringing new tech to an iconic style, the Bern Watts 2.0 MIPS cycling helmet is focused on comfort and safety, with improved airflow, a lightweight shell and MIPS protection.

  • Features

    • Rotational motion can cause brain injuries; with MIPS, a low-friction layer slides 10 to 15 mm in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact
    • With the Compass fit system, simply twist the dial to adjust to your perfect fit; with its light weight, this system feels custom-made
    • Compatible with click-mount light (not included) for increased visibility in low-light conditions
    • Integrated visor
    • Lay-flat strap dividers
    • Compression-molded pads
    • Dual shell construction combines the lightweight properties of Zipmold+ construction and a PVC lower shell with the durability of an ABS top shell
    • ABS shell covers a liner that uses energy absorbing ribs to provide greater impact dispersion
    • Compatible with Bern Snowsport knit liner (not included), letting you take your summer helmet into the colder winter months
    • Certifications: CPSC, EN 1078, EN 1077B

    Imported.

    To find your size, position a tape measure just above your ears and about 1 in. above your eyebrows. Keep the tape level to measure the circumference around the largest part of your head and then find the corresponding size in the Technical specs info.
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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Recreational Cycling

    Helmet Style

    Recreational Cycling

    Helmet Construction

    Hybrid

    Shell Material

    ABS

    Head Circumference

    S: 20.5-21.85 inches

    M: 21.85-23.2 inches

    L: 23.2-24.4 inches

    Vents

    11

    Visor/Brim

    No

    Weight

    14 ounces

    Gender

    Unisex

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