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Oakley MOD1 PRO

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As low as €112.46 Regular Price €149.95
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Quick overview

The new Oakley MOD1 PRO is designed to be durable, while still retaining the classic skate style. Dura-Matter is extra resistant to dents. The Skull Matrix in the helmet offers the perfect (adjustable) fit together with the safety of the Mips system. The Fidlock buckle can be opened with gloves and mitts. Finally, the helmet contains removable and washable ear protection so that the Oakley MOD1 PRO can be used in all weather conditions and ensures that you can wear the strap of your goggle under your helmet.


  • Dura-Matter: A strong construction method based on a molded shell of Dura-Matter with an EPS foam liner. Dura-Matter is extra resistant to dents and offers the highest level of durability.
  • Skull Matrix: The MIPS and BOA technologies merge seamlessly into a unique system. Skull matrix is ​​designed to provide a better (customizable) fit that improves comfort and provides the perfect rider experience.
  • BOA: Provides an exact fit with a fully adjustable design.
  • MIPS Technology: Is a patented protection system that helps protect the brain from impact from different directions.
  • Fixed vents at the front of the helmet ventilate the goggle while fixed vents at the top of the helmet keep a cool head.
  • Fidlock Buckle: Thanks to the magnetic function, the helmet can be opened and closed even with gloves on.
  • Removable liner and ear protection: Both the ear protection and the inner lining are removable and can be washed in the washing machine. For example, the helmet can be adapted to different weather conditions and ensures that you can wear the goggle strap under the helmet.
  • Certifications: ASTM F2040 and CE EN1077.
  • Including sleeve


Oakley Helmet Sizechart
Size CM inches
S 51-55 20.08-21.65"
M 55-59 21.65-23.23"
L 59-63 23.23-24.80"
XL 61-65 24.02-25.59''

How to measure for your size:
To find the right size, wrap a measuring tape around the head, just above the ears (see figure). Try to keep it level front to back. Once you have your measurement, you can use the chart above as a guide.