Bell Super 3 MIPS Mountain Helmet (Matte Emerald/ Retina Sear)

Bell Super 3 MIPS Mountain Helmet (Matte Emerald/ Retina Sear)


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For aficionados of trail, enduro, and all-mounting riding, have we got the helmet for you - the Bell Super 3 MIPS Mountain Helmet. This new version represents a continuing evolution of excellence as it sports a revised shape inside and out, making the fit and feel that much better than before as well as MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System) technology to reduce rotational forces and redirect energy. The Super 3 MIPS is loaded with additional technologies including the new off-road specific Float Fit retention system, cooling Overbrow Ventilation, a GoggleGuide adjustable visor, plus an integrated, breakaway camera mount. And for added protection in aggressive terrain, you have the option to add a removable, lock-on Super 3R chin bar.
  • Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) reduces rotational forces
  • Fusion In-Mold Polycarbonate Shell bonds the helmet's Microshell to its EPS foam layer for a sturdier, more solid helmet
  • Float Fit retention system is ultra-lightweight, allows circumference adjustment and vertical positioning, and features arms with a new "float" design that automatically cradles the occipital lobe bump on the back of your head
  • Ample ventilation provided by 23 helmet vents plus 4 brow ports
  • GoggleGuide Adjustable Visor System accommodates goggles and eyewear, and works with the visor installed or without
  • Integrated Breakaway Camera Mount seamlessly affixes a wearable camera in the perfect spot without the need for messy double-stick tape or zip-ties
  • Breakaway Screws break off high velocity impacts to avoid having the visor snag
  • X-Static Padding is quick-drying and anti-microbial
  • Compatible with Super 3R chin bar (not included) for conversion to full-face coverage

This product was added to our catalog on February 18, 2019