Cratoni, Germany’s helmet and sport glasses specialist, have a new addition to its product line up, an enduro-specific lid. The AllTrack comes with features like a multifunctional camera mount, goggle strap holder, adjustable visor and a special port to attach the goggle to the helmet. At the bike festival in Riva, we had the chance for a first look.

Die neue Enduro spezifische Halbschale von Cratoni.
The new Cratoni AllTrack

The AllTrack is made in Germany and available in different colorways – matte red, light-blue, white and black. The helmet has a thin rubber coating, giving a nice final touch

Serienmäßige Helmkamerafixierung: Fürs Training beim Rennen oder die private Filmproduktion ein willkommenes Feature.
The Cratoni comes with an action cam mount, a handy feature for everyone who’s into filming.
Drei verschiedene Polster Sets stehen dem Nutzer zur Wahl.
There are three different padding-sizes to fine-adjust the helmet to every need.

One of the main goals of Cratoni was great ventilation, that’s why the AllTrack has a total 17 of air vents. Still, the helmet has a big area of coverage and is cut low at the back of the head. It also has some reflecting areas to increase visibility at night.

Die wertige Verarbeitung des Helmes war sofort zu spüren.
The Cratoni AllTrack is well-made.
Eingeschäumte Gurtbänder - da scheuert nichts.
Pictured: the Quick Open System of the AllTrack.

According to Cratoni, the AllTrack weighs in at 320 g and is priced at 149.5 € (UVP). It’s available in sizes S/M (54 – 58 cm) and M / L (58 – 62 cm). Cratoni is working on a cheaper version, costing between 80 € and 90 € already.

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Words: Laurenz Utech / Aaron Steinke Photos: Klaus Kneist

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Aaron Steinke

Aaron was our first employee and actively helped make our company what it is today, significantly shaping the look and direction of our various magazines. Aaron has been pursuing his own projects since mid-2020 but he continues to advise and support us on issues of marketing and technology. For many years, you would usually have found Aaron at casual enduro races, but increasingly you'll find him riding his road bike – long live freedom on two wheels!