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Bell MX-9 MIPS Fasthouse MX Helmet
Bell MX-9 MIPS Fasthouse MX Helmet
Bell MX-9 MIPS Fasthouse MX Helmet

Bell MX-9 MIPS Fasthouse MX Helmet

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MOTOCROSS HERO

The off-road world is a dirty, tough place. Chunks of rock and dirt mean business when launched by roosting tires, and even when it is muddy, hitting the ground is always hard. That's why we sweated the details on the MX-9, loading it with a tough polycarbonate shell, MIPS energy management system, an adjustable visor, Velocity Flow ventilation, and a removable, washable, anti-microbial liner for when the time comes to hose down. The MX-9 MIPS packs all these features into one helmet, delivering exceptional value and pro-calibre performance.

TECHNOLOGIES:

  • MIPS Technology
  • Lightweight injected polymer composite shell
  • 3 shell and EPS sizes for a personalized fit
  • Velocity-flow ventilation system for cooling and comfort
  • Moisture Wicking, removable/washable air channelled comfort liner
  • EPS-lined chin bar
  • Integrated vented roost guard
  • Padded chin strap with D-ring closure and strap keeper
  • Industry-leading Five-year warranty

FEATURES:

  • 3 Shell and EPS Sizes for a Personalized Fit
  • Antibacterial/Antimicrobial Interior Liner
  • EPS-Lined Chin Bar
  • Industry-Leading Five-Year Warranty
  • Moisture Wicking
    removable/washable air channelled comfort liner
  • Padded Chin Strap with D-Ring Closure
  • Polycarbonate Shell
  • Velocity Flow Ventilation™

SPECIFICATION:

WEIGHT: 1450 Grams

CERTIFICATION: ECE 22/05

FIT YOUR HELMET HOW TO FIT A HELMET PROPERLY: There are five key steps in determining proper helmet fit: MEASUREMENT TRY ON HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL MOVEMENT CHECK RETENTION CHECK PRESSURE POINT CHECK 1. MEASUREMENT. Measuring the head is a starting point for the entire sizing procedure. Due to varying shapes, heads that are apparently the same size when measured by a tape may not necessarily fit the same size helmet. The circumference of the head should be measured at a point approximately two centimetres above the eyebrows in front and at a point in the back of the head that results in the largest possible measurement. Take several measurements to make sure you have the largest one. 2. TRY ON. Once you have determined your preliminary tape measurement, select the helmet that is closest in hat size to the tape measurement and try on the helmet. If it is between sizes, round up to the next largest one. The correct procedure to put on the helmet is: 1. Grasp the helmet by the chin straps, with the front of the helmet towards you and the top of the helmet facing down. 2. Place the thumbs on the inside surface of the straps and balance the helmet with the index fingers. 3. Spread the helmet apart with the hands, and slip down over the head. If the helmet slides down on the head with no resistance, you have your first indication that it may be too large. Obviously, if it will not slide down over the head at all it is too small. Many people unfamiliar with helmets are reluctant to pull down if they meet resistance as the helmet goes on, however if it is just snug going on, we recommend to get the helmet on. Only if the helmet is impossible to put on should you move up to the next size, as helmets that go on snug generally fit very well once all the way on. It is a fact that most people will select a helmet that is too large for them, if left to make their own choice. The eyes should be approximately in the center of the eye port with the top edge of the liner padding just above the eyebrows.