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Item # POC0131

Description

The POC Trabec Race MIPS Helmet is light, fast, and built to exceed all previous standards of bike-helmet safety. Cutting-edge technologies like Aramid reinforcements and the MIPS system are designed to keep your gray matter in one non-concussed piece.

  • MIPS technology allows controlled rotation of the helmet shell relative to the core, reducing impact forces to the brain in the event of a crash
  • In-molded construction for maximum protection at minimal weight
  • EPS core is reinforced with Aramid filaments
  • 16 vent holes and aerodynamic channel system ensure efficient airflow
  • Polycarbonate shell uses no seams at exposed areas to optimize structural strength


Tech Specs

Material:
EPS, polycarbonate
Adjustable Vents:
no
Recommended Use:
single track, enduro
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

Size chart

POC

Helmets
Skull Orbic Comp, Skull Orbic X, Skull Comp, Super Skull Comp, Skull X, Skull Light, Receptor Bug, Sinuse, Receptor Bug Comm.
 XSSMLXLXXL
Head Circumference 20 - 20.5in
(51 - 52cm)
20.8 - 21.3in
(53 - 54cm)
21.5 - 22in
(55 - 56cm)
22.5 - 22.8in
(57 - 58cm)
23.3 - 23.5in
(59 - 60cm)
24 - 24.4in
(61 - 62cm)
Fornix, Fornix Backcountry, Skull Light II, Receptor Bug Adjustable, Trabec, Trabec Race, Receptor Flow, Skull Light Women's
 XS/SM/LXL/XXL
Head Circumference 20 - 21.3in
(51 - 54cm)
21.5 - 22.8in
(55 - 58cm)
23.3 - 24.4in
(59 - 62cm)
Synapsis, Frontal, Receptor+, Receptor Backcountry
 SMLXL
Head Circumference 20.9 - 21.3in
(53 - 54cm)
21.7 - 22in
(55 - 56cm)
22.4 - 22.8in
(57 - 58cm)
23.2 - 23.6in
(59 - 60cm)
Cortex DH
 S/MM/LL/XL
Head Circumference 20.9 - 21.7in
(53 - 55cm)
21.7 - 22.4in
(55 - 57cm)
22.8 - 23.6in
(58 - 60cm)
How to Measure:
Measure around your head where your hat would fit comfortably.

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5 5

Nice Helmet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this helmet because I suffered multiple concussions over the past few years and want all the protection I can get, after reading about the MIPS technology I figured it was worth a shot to give this a try.

It fits me great and I don't even notice the helmet when I am riding, my head circumference is 22in and the M/L fits just fine

5 5

Love it - once I got the right size

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

My head is 23 1/4" which is between the M/L and XL/XXL size guides on the Size? popup here, but closer to the XL/XXL, so I ordered that. It was way too big. The M/L fits perfectly, with the adjustable band set right in the middle. So I believe these helmets run a little larger than the sizing guide. My wife also got a M/L and loves the fit - her head is 23".

It's the most comfortable bicycle helmet I've ever worn - snug, but without pressure points that get uncomfortable after a few hours. It's a bit heavier than the Giro I was wearing, but not objectionably so. The ventilation is great - very welcome on hot days.

I'd recommend it highly even if it didn't have Mips (Multi-directional Impact �Protection System).

5 5

POC Trabec Helmet

I've tried on my fair share of helmets and the inside fit on this thing is so perfect. There is a full inside cage system that makes sure your helmet is sitting correctly on your head. This helmet runs true to size. The breathability is comparable to other helmets I own, but lets be honest here- you're going to sweat your ass off biking so why not look good / better with this on your head.

5 5


Love this helmet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The one thing that attracted me to this helmet was the fit. I always purchase a medium and m/l fit perfect. It is well ventilated despite the appearance. Straps are kept inside the helmets structure which give the helmet a super clean look. Love it so far!

2 5

Trabec Race MIPS sizing is not accurate

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

My head size is 56 cm. So when I ordered the POC Trabec Race Mips Helmet, I ordered the med/lrg which states it fits heads that are between 55 and 58 cm. When the helmet arrived, it wouldn't fit on my head even with the adjustment fully opened. I returned this item, and then ordered the xl/xxl which states it fits heads that are between 59-62 cm. When the helmet arrived, it was too large for my head even with the adjustment fully closed. I returned this item too. I really wanted to like this helmet due to it's safety features and styling.

2 5

Fits different that the regular Trabec

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I have a small head, size 7, 21 7/8. This puts me right in between small and medium on most helmets. I tried on a regular Trabec Race locally and a small was a good comfortable fit when almost expanded to its max. When I got the Trabec Race Mips, it was too small. The mips liner takes up space in the normal helmet, and doesn't allow for the helmet to fit as far down on your head as the normal Trabec. The mips lining is a full head cradle, and either the liner itself doesn't allow for the helmet to fully seat on the head or my head was not a perfect match to the mips mold so the helmet felt more suspended above my head than actually wearing it. It also had a tendency to grab your hair as you push it on your head and yank it. I really wanted to get something with a concussion resistant design, but the fit just wasn't good for me. I thought about trying a larger helmet, but being that the mips liner was such a different fit than the normal helmet, I decided to pass and got a Troy Lee A1. That is an super comfy fitting helmet and the back of the head coverage is noticeably better.

4 5

How is the airflow on this helmet?

Have people raced in it, and how hot does it get as compared to standard race level road and MTB helmets?

Unanswered Question

Is the fit of POC's Trabec helmet similar...

Is the fit of POC's Trabec helmet similar to the fit of a Bell or Giro helmet?

When will more Med and Large helmet sizes...

When will more Med and Large helmet sizes be available in Radon Blue for the MIPS in your shop ... USA ?

Best Answer Responded on

POC is out of stock right now, but we will start allowing backorders today. The ETA for the next shipment is the beginning of March. If you have any questions feel free to contact me. brett@competitivecyclist.com

3 5

Didn't like the fit

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I really wanted to like this but it fit very odd. Really high on my little head. Looks great though.

5 5

Saved my head

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I no doubt would have been in much worse shape if it hadn't been for the MIPS on this helmet. I still ended up with a pretty serious concussion, but I do believe the MIPS did its job and will have a hard time riding any other helmet in the future.

Fit is great, my head is a 59 or so and I ride the L/XL size and its almost fully tightened down, the helmet breathes well on hot Utah days, but offers more protection than a lot of other helmets on the market. I would highly suggest this helmet to those looking for the top of the line in protection.

I hava a Trabec Race (M/L) that fits...

I hava a Trabec Race (M/L) that fits perfectly! I went out looking for the MIPS and the M/L is tjght on the sides and the XL feels good in the smallest setting but kind of "slides" a little bit on the head (without feeling loose) front to back and side to side. They tell me this is normal on MIPS, is that correct? Should I get a larger size than usual on the MIPS model?

Responded on

That business about it "sliding a little bit on the head" sounds like salesman BS to me. The MIPS is about the interface between the helmet's internal parts: some internal rotation is allowed - to absorb rotational force in a glancing blow. I don't see how this would affect the standard safety guideline to get the smallest helmet size that fits comfortably.

I own the non-MIPS Trabec Race and have used it extensively for one season. It's comfort and ventilation compare well to, though don't quite equal my top-of-the-line Giro, considering that the Trabec offers some additional back-of-the-head coverage.

My only issue with the Trabec is that its design results in a really weird tri-hawk-style hat head (the cushion contacts the head as two longitudinal ribs). I ordered a Sweat Hawg velcro for this season, which I hope will take care of that.

3 5

MIPS makes it smaller.

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I ordered this helmet when they had it in a M/L and it was too small. They made it with the MIPS system (good) but POC didn't make room for the MIPS plastic liner. The MIPS liner also squeaks very annoyingly on the styrofoam. Anyway... I sent it back. I'm not giving up tho.. I do plan on getting a MIPS Bike and Ski helmet.

What's the deal with sizing? It seems like...

What's the deal with sizing? It seems like you have only XS/S and XL/XXL available. What about people with average-sized heads?

Best Answer Responded on

People with average-sized heads are responsible for buying out all the intermediate sizes, that's why only the fringe sizes are left. It's just because they're out of stock, but if you call them up they'll be able to tell you when more are coming in.

4 5

My head looks big but it's protected!

It's about time that there are advances in helmet technology - after doing my research I found that the MIPS technology is just that - pretty revolutionary. Because I am not the most smooth out on the trail and I live in a place with single track that's bordered with all kinds of objects that can dent my head, I felt this was a good investment. It's an investment but it seems like the technology is there to call for it. The only drawback is that it makes my head look even larger than it already is... Sigh... :)

Unanswered Question

Anyone have any issues with glare from the...

Anyone have any issues with glare from the underside of the visor on the white or blue models? I like the white, as it seems like it would be cooler in the So Cal heat, but I'm concerned about glare...

5 5

best helmet by far!

The first time I hit the race course in this helmet I went over the handle bars and hit my head pretty hard. I actually felt the liner rotate until my head was at a more natural angle and I got up and finished the race. It felt like it saved my neck from whiplash as much as my head from a concussion. this helmet also fits perfectly, has great air flow and the way the liner is positioned, every time I take it off I have a perfectly sculpted mohawk.

Can someone explain the MIPS to me- is...

Can someone explain the MIPS to me- is there a website or video that can give details??

Best Answer Responded on

Here is a link to POC Sports web site:
http://www.pocsports.com/en/content/view/new-technologies#MIPS

MIPS ? Developed in cooperation with Royal Institute of Technology and Karolinska Institute, Sweden. ?

The new MIPS technology mimics one of the safety systems which already exist in the human head. When the head is subjected to an oblique impact, the brain can slide along a membrane on the inner surface of the skull, which reduces the forces transmitted to the brain. This protective feature has, with the MIPS technology, been incorporated into the helmet. In a helmet equipped with MIPS technology, the shell and the liner are separated by a low friction layer. When subjected to an oblique impact, the low friction layer allows a small rotation of the shell relative to the liner. Experimental tests shows a significant reduction of the forces to the brain. Find more information about the tests at www.mipshelmet.com

Accident statistics show that the most common accident occurs in an oblique impact to the head, resulting in a ?rotation of the head and brain.

The brain is more sensitive to oblique impacts than radial impacts. However, according to the helmet test regulations, the helmets are dropped vertically onto the impact surface, resulting in a radial force to the head. This is why helmets today have good protective properties for vertical impacts while the protection is not optimized for oblique impacts. MIPS AB has therefore developed MIPS technology to provide substantially increased protection against oblique impacts.