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ABUS Youn-I MIPS Helmet Kids polar matt (2021)

ID: 973748
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ABUS Youn-I MIPS Helmet Kids polar matt
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Product Description

With its simple, urban and fashion-conscious look, the helmet will delight both young cyclists and women who are looking for a bicycle helmet for narrower heads.

The abbreviation MIPS stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System and was developed by specialists in the field of preventing brain damage in rotational falls. The MIPS system can reduce the energy of the impact by up to 40% and significantly reduce the resulting stress on the brain. Damage to the brain can thus be reduced or even avoided.


  • Deeply drawn up chest and neck area for increased all-round protection
  • Large, high-mounted and integrated LED taillight with 180 ° visibility
  • Full-surface peel reduces damage by child-like use
  • Visor-like front for higher facial protection
Intended use
Helmet Design
In-mould + MIPS  
With belt adjustment system  
Adjustment system
Zoom Evo Kids - finely adjustable adjustment system  
Closure system
Click closure  
Ventilation Openings
Number: 17  
MIPS, Mosquito net, Lighting, Reflector (s)
265  g
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