The 3-point harness encircles the head to keep the riding hat on just right.
Foam head size adjustment allowing you to adjust helmet to rider's head.
Adjustable nylon harness with 2 slip buckles (nape and chin).
Riding helmet complies with Directive 89/686/EEC.
Outside shell - Main Lining : 100.0% Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) Inside Shell - Main Lining : 100.0% Polystyrene (EPS) - Expanded
UTAC, an independent laboratory appointed by the French authorities to conduct tests to establish compliance of safety equipment in accordance with the directives issued by the European Commission in Brussels. Recognised for its technical expertise, the laboratory is one of the official laboratories of independent European body EuroNCAP. UTAC also conducts tests on behalf of the United Nations. It has approved this helmet for use throughout the EU.
Tested in an independent laboratory in compliance with current regulations.
protecting the head of the occasional rider from impacts in the event of a fall.
Steam brush the outside.
Store away from heat sources such as heating appliances or the parcel shelf of a car in the sun, as this can degrade the protective performance of the polystyrene padding.
For horse riding. REPLACE ANY HELMET THAT HAS SUFFERED AN IMPACT
For optimal protection, the helmet should be in close contact with the head, but without compressing it. When the harness is properly adjusted the helmet should not slide forward, back, or from side to side.
For optimal support, the harness must go under the throat, like a chinstrap, not over the chin.
The helmet is designed to absorb some of the energy from an impact through partial deformation of the shell or of the protective padding, or both. DAMAGE MAY NOT BE VISIBLE, BUT ANY HELMET THAT HAS SUFFERED AN IMPACT MUST BE REPLACED.
Information on standards
EN 1384 certified helmets can still be worn in training and competitions. However, some organizations may require other standards for their competitions. If in doubt, we recommend that you consult the competition organiser.
The harmonised standard EN 1384 was repealed in October 2014. Until a new version is issued, in order for them to be sold in Europe, all helmets produced after 4 November 2014 must undergo and be CE marked. This mark must be accompanied either by Directive 89/686/EEC, or by the VG1 01.040 2014-12 document.
Steam brush the outside.
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