Description & Features
The Briko Vulcano FIS 6.8 Fluid Multi-Impact Helmet meets FIS 6.8 certification, the most rigorous safety certification on the World Cup. Featuring the Briko PROTETTO patented system, which is an additional ABS shell able to more effectively absorb shock to the back of the head during a fall. Fluid Inside integration enhances the safety features of this helmet with a 39% reduction in the force of rotational and linear impact. Includes several pods that absorb impact by simulating the behavior of cerebrospinal fluid in the brain, thus creating an additional protective layer inside the helmet. Resilient EPP, expanded polypropylene, is used as the padding layer lending multi-impact protection due to the foams ability to return to its original shape after compression.
- FIS approved ski racing helmet
- Fluid Inside = Total Brain Protection
- FIS 6.8 Certification
- Includes Protetto Safety Device
- ABS Shell + EPP Liner
- Metallic Micro-Adjustable Chin Buckle
- Anti-Bacterial Internal Padding
- Protetto Goggle Clip
- Deluxe Protective Bag
FLUID™ BRAIN SCIENCE
The vision of Fluid™ Brain Science is that head injuries will become an inconsequential part of athletic and leisure activities. Fluid Inside™ technology represents a commercially-proven and effective solution for reducing risk of concussive and repetitive type brain injury.
For more information on this revolutionary technology check out the Fluid Inside Website.
RROTETTO SAFETY SYSTEM
The Protetto system is an additional safety devices that gives the back of your head more protection while skiing. This ABS, high impact resistant, flexible, anti-shock appendix improves protection from major concussions. The Protetto is included at no additional cost and can be put on in seconds. The goggle strap fits nicely under the Protetto for a streamlined look.
With speed proven products, safety must be cutting edge. The new FIS 6.8 certification defines that the helmets have to absorb impacts without compromising safety levels up to the speed of 6.8 m/s.