Head to the park in style with the ledge™ Mips®, a hard-shell helmet that offers a minimalist look and the added benefit of the multi-directional impact protection system.
The Ledge MIPS helmet features a clean, minimalist skate-style design with Hard-Shell Construction built for freestyle and park riding. Under-the-hood muscle meets modern technology with MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System) for an additional layer of protection, removable Auto Loc 2 Fit System for a personalized fit, and ample venting so you can stay cool when you start working up a sweat. The Ledge MIPS is also modifiable with its removable goggle retainer and earpads.
The auto loc 2 fit system is a removable, durable self-adjusting fit system designed to take the hassle out of fitting a helmet. A supple elastic fit band at the back of the helmet merges with fixed-position straps, which adjust to cradle your head when you set the system to one of three circumference settings. On-the-fly vertical tuning - accommodates different goggles and head shapes for a custom fit free of gaper gap
- Removable Goggle Retainer
- Removable Earpads
- Compatible with aftermarket Giro audio systems by Outdoor Tech
- Seamless Compatibility with all Giro goggles
- Compliance: CE EN1077
- Weight: 500g (size medium)
- S: 52-55.5cm
- M: 55.5-59cm
- L: 59-62.5cm
- XL: 62.5-65cm
- *XL size offered in Matte Black and Matte Graphite
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR SIZE
Wrap a measuring tape around your head, keeping the tape level from front to back. Note the measurement and reference the Size Guide.
|ADULT SUPER FIT SIZE||CIRCUMFERENCE|
|Small||52 - 55.5 cm|
|Medium||55.5 - 59 cm|
|Large||59 - 62.5 cm|
|X-Large||62.5 - 65 cm|
Note: We recommend you try helmets on before buying. Make sure the helmet fits with a little room when the fit system is loose, and sits low enough to protect your forehead without hindering vision. Once you’ve got the right size, you can adjust the fit.
HOW TO ADJUST THE FIT
Step 1: Adjust the fit system at the rear of the helmet for a snug, secure fit. Some helmets also include a vertical tuning feature that allows you to adjust the fore/aft tilt, for optimal positioning on your head.
Step 2: Adjust the straps so that they sit just below the earlobes.
Step 3: Adjust the buckle so that it rests against the back of the jaw/throat.
Step 4: Adjust the interior pads if needed.
Step 5: Check the fit to make sure helmet is comfortable and secure. It should not roll forward or back, or be able to slide off.