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Want to protect yourself during regular trips or rides in the city on roads, bike paths and urban parks?


Easy dressing

Sits comfortably on your head with the adjustable dial and straps

Impact protection

Certified EN 1078: field of view, shock absorption, chinstrap system...


12 ventilation holes keep you cool!

Visual efficiency

Stand out in a crowd thanks to the lighting option.



Conforms to bike helmet standard EN1078 (2012) + A1(2013). European standard outlining the requirements and testing methods for helmets used for head protection during urban cycling as well as roller skating, scootering and skateboarding. The requirements and testing methods cover the following aspects: design, including field of view; shock absorption properties; retention system properties.


If you're between 2 sizes, opt for the larger one.

It's very important to choose the right size of helmet so that it fits well. For kids, never buy a size up just so they can wear it longer.

M: 55 cm - 59 cm

L: 59 cm - 62 cm


For maximum protection, this helmet should sit against the head and the retention system should always be properly adjusted, without being too tight at the forehead. When the straps are well adjusted, the helmet should not tip forward or backward, or side to side. To this end, the cyclist can choose between several sizes. We recommend trying different sizes to determine the most suitable size for you.


M: 440 grams

L: 500 g


This product has an insert designed to hold a VIOO CLIP, an LED lamp that clips anywhere and can be easily removed. This lighting is not included with the helmet.

The VIOO CLIP signals your position from up to 110 m away with red or white lights in constant or flashing modes.

Accessories, like action cameras, have not been approved by the manufacturer and can reduce the functionalities and performance of the helmet.


Calotin EPS: Expanded polystyrene

Exterior shell: ABS


We recommend replacing your helmet after a period of 5 years starting at the production date (indicated on the tag inside the helmet).Damage can be invisible, it's best to scrap and replace any helmet that has withstood an impact.

Using solvents and other harsh products can reduce the efficacy of the helmet.

Tips for storage and maintenance

Storage tips

Do not expose to high temperatures (>50°C, like on the rear shelf of your car) and store in a dry place away from UV rays.

Restrictions on use

Not suitable for mechanical or aerial sports or mountaineering.



2 Years

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