Sweet Protection Rooster II Mips
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The Sweet Protection Rooster II is the most advanced all-mountain helmet on the market. The Rooster was the first - and is still the flagship of Sweet Protection and leading in carbon fiber technology. This is a race-technology helmet using carbon fiber reinforced pre-preg polymer shell providing incredible strength and impact performance in a low and stylish profile. This model is equipped with MIPS, a technology that reduces rotational forces. The helmet is updated with Performance interior making it easier to fasten and adjust.
- Weight: 570g (M/L)
- Advanced protection off-piste as well as on-piste
- Race-technology protection
- New and updated interior, for easy adjustmensts
- Equipped with MIPS, a technology that reduces rotational forces on the brain
- Listen to your favorite music with our Audio Ready system
- 1. 3D shaped vented lining. Moisture wicking, removable, washable
- 2. Wide split divider, adjustable
- 3. Fidlock magnetic hook buckle
- 4. Fully box constructed ear pads, molded hearing ports
- 5. Audio ready system
- 6. Occigrip turndial fit system*
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Shelll
Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Shell (CRP) provides an incredible strength to weight ratio, rigidity and impact performance. By carefully laminating fibers with different properties and directions, we’re able to create a superlight, optimized helmet shell. An invention from the cold war put to good use.
Helmets with Impact Shields feature a molded shock absorbing EPS liner with Impact Shield inserts that provide unsurpassed performance for shock absorbance. This is our premium impact protection technology. It distributes impact from the inside of the helmet over larger areas in crucial zones where the head needs it (front and back).
The MIPS Brain Protection System is a helmet-integrated low-friction layer is designed to reduce rotational motion transferred to the brain from angled impacts to the head.