The new EXPLORER C - light and airy on the move and yet well protected
Anyone who is on a trial or off-road with the Enduro knows the problem. The enduro helmet should not be too bulky, it should be light, "airy" and yet stable and safe. In order to master this challenge, the designers rely on a material that has also proven itself in space travel - carbon fiber. The enduro helmet weighs just 1,380 g and is available in three shell sizes to adapt to the morphology of the biker. These cover the head size range from XS to 2XL. The appearance of the EXPLORER C alone earns respect from the rest of the field. The carbon structure resembles a reptile skin that "snakes" from the top of the head to the chin part. The distinctive chin section with the ventilation slots and "shock absorbers" makes the EXPLORER C look extremely futuristic.
The ventilation system is complemented by the top vents, exhaust ports and the fine channels in the EPS inner universe of the helmet. There is definitely no “thick air” in the EXPLORER C, which is also due to the hypoallergenic, breathable, removable and washable inner lining. The fact that the enduro helmet fits so well is also due to the process of the 3D laser-cut foam. Thanks to the "Chin Curtain", dust is kept out. Plus for the best view, the EXPLORER C is equipped with a double visor system that is scratch-proof, UV-resistant and pinlock-ready (including a quick release system). A short grip on the left of the underside of the helmet and the sun visor moves into the desired position. The EXPLORER C from the Off Road line is equipped with a reinforced chinstrap, double D-ring fastener, metal safety plate and an emergency release system. It remains to be mentioned that the “power of colors”, depending on the frontier design, comes into its own with this special enduro helmet. Conclusion: From the shield to the visor to the chin section, the EXPLORER C looks like it is made of one piece - which the enduro biker simply has to have.