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Aero MET Manta Black Helmet
Aero MET Manta Black Helmet
Aero MET Manta Black Helmet
Aero MET Manta Black Helmet
Aero MET Manta Black Helmet
Aero MET Manta Black Helmet
Aero MET Manta Black Helmet
Aero MET Manta Black Helmet

MET Manta MIPS Helmet Black Gloss

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MET Manta MIPS Helmet Black Gloss

The MET Manta helmet shines with its elaborate design and aesthetics. Its spectacular aerodynamics and ventilation combined with its lightness will make you perform a point above. An aero helmet that works for everything, with superb quality and finishes.

MET Manta MIPS Helmet Black Gloss

Its aerodynamic profile shape provides unmatched performance.

Developed in the wind tunnel, its results provide a saving of 10 watts at 50 km / h compared to other aerodynamic road helmets. Its vents are strategically placed and its crown and NACA a ensure that your head stays cool without increasing resistance.


Safe T Retention System: Top quality restraint system with excellent comfort and great lightness. Its design also provides ventilation in the back of the head.

Airline straps: Lighter straps with better aerodynamics.

O2 gel front pad: Helps keep your head cool by pushing yourself to the limit. The gel pad offers a much longer lifespan than traditional foam pads.


MIPS system: Leading technology in plane displacement inside the helmet, designed to reduce rotational forces that can result from certain impacts. When a head rotates rapidly and comes to a sudden stop, rotational acceleration can cause high levels of stress in brain tissue. The stretching of the tissue caused by these movements can lead to various types of brain injury. We believe that helmets equipped with MIPS technology can add a higher level of protection against certain types of impacts. MIPS uses a flat displacement system that moves inside the helmet, mimicking the brain's own protection system. This layer is designed to rotate within the helmet in an attempt to potentially slow down or reduce the amount of energy transferred to or from the head. Science tells us that if we can reduce the stress associated with rotational acceleration, we could reduce the risk and severity of brain damage.


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