9.2 average score from 34 reviews

Dune MIPS 2.0

Model number: BHE-22B
  • Versatile helmet with MIPS technology for extra protection
  • With removable rear light bracket for the BLS-147 Spot or BLS-236 Slide.
  • With removable visor
  • Lowered rear and temple provide extra protection
  • The 14 vents provide great ventilation
  • The fit system can easily be adjusted with one hand
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Dune 2.0 Cycling Helmet

The Dune is a multifunctional helmet that can be used for all sorts of sportive rides. Whether you want to go into the forest or try to improve your speed records on the road. The Dune will get you back home safely anyway. Due to the MIPS system, lowered rear, and temples, the helmet provides you with extra protection. Together, this makes the Dune just a little bit safer. It ensures that the sensitive areas on the head are safe from impact from any angle. Furthermore, the helmet is provided with a smart design with a removable visor. The Dune is the best combination between our mountain bike and road helmets and stands its ground on all surfaces.

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Specifications

  • Sizes S (270g), M (320g), L (350g)

General

  • MIPS C2
  • Gender Unisex
  • Air vents 14
  • Dividers Sliding system
  • Foam material EPS
  • Shell material PC
  • Complies with AS/NZL-2063, CPSC, EN-1078
  • Insect net No
  • Mount Rear light
  • Padding thickness (mm) 6
  • Padding type Airflow optimized, Washable
  • Reflective accents Yes
  • Shell construction InMold (single shell)
  • Snap-on cover No
  • Straps Standard
  • Visor Removable
MIPS

MIPS

The Multi-directional Impact Protection System (MIPS) adds protection against rotational motion transmitted to the brain from angled impacts to the head. Rotational motion is a combination of rotational energy and forces from angular acceleration that both affect the brain and increase the risk of minor and severe brain injuries. The MIPS protection system has been proven to reduce rotational motion when implemented in a helmet by redirecting energies and forces otherwise transmitted to the brain.