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MET Echo Helmet (MIPS) 2020 - £80.00 £48.00

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MET Echo Helmet (MIPS)

Whether you're a seasoned veteran or just discovering the joys of mountain biking, the MET Echo Helmet (MIPS) is packed with protection technology to keep you safe should you take a fall. 

An entry-level essential for the new and experienced trail enthusiast alike, the MET Echo Cycle Helmet (MIPS) features the same technology and safety as helmets higher up in its range, which includes the MIPS-C2® brain protection system. This allows the cycle helmet to slide relative to the head in the event of a crash, redirecting any damaging rotational motion.

The Echo also comes with an increased coverage at the back of the head, an area in particular need of protection, alongside a removable visor and a reflective rear sticker that ensures visibility in low lighting.

MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) 

The Mips system is designed to provide added safety for helmets in many accidents. For certain impacts, the Mips system can reduce harmful rotational motion that might otherwise be transferred to the users head.

Rotational motion is a common cause of concussions in oblique hits to the head. In a crash, the Mips system is designed to move slightly inside the helmet to help redirect forces away from the head.


  • In-mould polycarbonate shell with EPS liner
  • MIPS-C2®
  • Safe-T Mid Fit System
  • Hand washable comfort pads
  • Adjustable cam divider
  • Removable visor
  • Reflective rear sticker
  • Weight: 305g (S/M), 330g (M/L)
  • CE - AS/NZS certification
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