Black Diamond Capitan MIPS Helmet

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A bomber, ultra-durable helmet, featuring added coverage on both the sides and back, while maintaining a sleek cradle fit for all-day comfort. This version has added MIPS (Multidirectional Impact Protection System) technology.

Black Diamond Capitan MIPS Helmet

Black/White S/M
£90.00
£100.00
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Black/White M/L
£90.00
£100.00
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A bomber, ultra-durable helmet, featuring added coverage on both the sides and back, while maintaining a sleek cradle fit for all-day comfort.

This version has added MIPS (Multidirectional Impact Protection System) technology. The MIPS system is designed to protect against the rotational motion (or kinematics) transmitted to the brain from angled impacts to the head. This added protection system has been proven to reduce the rotational violence to the brain by absorbing and redirecting oblique impacts to the helmet.

Constructed with a two piece ABS shell construction that allows for an optimised fit and dual colourways, the Capitan also boasts a fusion of EPP foam and an EPS foam puck, which meets the proposed UIAA increased side and back protection requirements.

The Capitan’s vents provide ample breathability on hot days and the low-profile suspension system gives a good fit.

Integrated headlamp clips with an elastic keeper on the back secure a headtorch for alpine/winter climbing.

  • EPP + /EPS + two-piece ABS shell combination creates ultra-durability.
  • MIPS Technology for added protection against the rotational motion transmitted to the brain from angled impacts to the head.
  • Increased side and back protection.
  • Low-profile suspension system.
  • Integrated headlamp clips.
  • Removable/reversible Velcro pads.
BD Capitan MIPS Helmet Head Circumference: Measure around the largest part of the head–about 2.5cm above the eyebrows  Weight
S/M 53cm - 59cm 320g
M/L 58cm - 63cm 355g

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