Troy Lee Designs A1 MIPS Helmet - Drone White
This A1 Drone Helmet from Troy Lee Designs is a lightweight, aesthetically-pleasing All-Mountain helmet that offers the top-quality fit, protection and style you require.
Optimum Protection & Stability
The reinforced polycarbonate shell construction is in-moulded with the EPS liner that extends down the sides and back of the head for optimum protection and stability. This helmet is also equipped with MIPS™, a patented brain protection system developed to reduce rotational violence to the brain from angled impacts.
TLD's A1 Drone helmet features eight pressurised intake passages that draw in cool air to provide superior ventilation while eight rear vacuum vortex outlets help exhaust and draw heat from the head.
Personalised Fit, Dry & Comfortable
The triple position adjustable retention system offers a personalised fit for eyewear, head shapes and riding styles while the single piece, ultra plush, removable and washable comfort liner, made of antimicrobial moisture-wicking fabric, keeps you dry and comfortable all day long.
Value for Money
This full-featured, value for money AM helmet also benefits from a full-spectrum adjustable Moto-inspired visor with anodised aluminium hardware and race inspired styling.
- Reinforced polycarbonate shell in-moulded with the EPS liner
- MIPS brain protection system
- 8 pressurised intake passages
- 8 rear vacuum vortex outlets
- Triple position adjustable retention system
- Single piece removable and washable comfort liner
- Full-spectrum adjustable Moto-inspired visor with anodised aluminium hardware
- Race inspired styling
MIPS™: This helmet is equipped with MIPS™. It is a patented brain protection system developed to reduce rotational violence causing strain in the brain at angled impacts.
What is MIPS?
- MIPS is a Brain Protection System
- Rotational motion can cause brain injuries
- The low friction layer allows a sliding movement of 10–15 mm, in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact
- MIPS adds protection