Troy Lee Designs has released its new SE4 Polyacrylite Helmet with MIPS technology for 2018. The SE4 Polyacrylite is designed to incorporate the same patented MIPS technology found in Troy Lee Designs’ flagship SE4 Carbon in a helmet in more economically priced helmet that is claimed to weigh just 1425 grams.
So just what is MIPS? It stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System, and it is a technology that allows the helmet shell to slide relative to the head, and it is claimed to offer more protection against rotational violence to the brain caused by angled impacts. The video below explains how the MIPS system works:
The Troy Lee Designs SE4 Polyacrylite Helmet helmet comes with 16 intake ports to channel cool air around and over a rider’s head, forcing hot air out through six rear exhaust ports.
SE4 Polyacrylite Helmet Features:
-MIPS brain protection system, reduces rotational forces to the brain
-EPP (Expanded PolyPropylene) chin bar for lightweight, durable protection
-Three shell sizes to more accurately fit a variety of head sizes and rider ages, improving overall safety
-Anatomical –3D” contoured cheek pads with emergency release system for EMS responders
-Plastic visor screws and brass inserts for easy impact break-away
The Troy Lee Designs SE4 Polyacrylite Helmet is available in sizes XS-2XL and in a variety of styles and colors. The SE4 Polyacrylite Mono graphic scheme is available in Black only, and it retails for $235. The SE4 Polyacrylite Pinstripe is available in Blue, Red or Yellow and retails for $250. The SE4 Polyacrylite Factory is available in Blue, Gray, Red, White or Yellow, and retails for $250.
For more information on the SE4 Polyacrylite helmet, check out www.troyleedesigns.com.