In addition the polycarbonate shell and the standard Aramid net within the EPS foam, the POC Trabec Race MIPS Helmet gets an expanded Aramid net to help reduce helmet breakup in the event of a major crash, as well as MIPS technology, which allows the helmet’s core to rotate slightly relative to its shell. It’s a technology inspired by the cranium's own structure, the gist of which being that different layers move independently of each other to redirect rotational forces.
Additionally, the Trabec extends much further down the neck and the sides of your head than other helmets, which means more coverage. POC’s aramid structure inside the foam, which holds the foam together in the event of an impact like rebar in concrete, and the super-tough polycarbonate shell that disperses impact force across the EPS foam, are the helmet equivalent of a seven-inch bike you can pedal anywhere.
- An enduro lid for stylish shredding
- MIPS technology redirects energy in certain crashes
- In-mold construction for low-weight impact absorption
- Seam-free shell minimizes structural weaknesses
- EPS core is reinforced with Aramid filaments
- Aerodynamic channel system ensures efficient airflow