At this year’s Sea Otter Mavic have presented their new enduro-specific open-face helmet that comes complete with a host of clever features.

Der neue Mavic Crossmax Pro-Helm wurde für den Enduroeinsatz entwickelt.
The new Mavic Crossmax Pro helmet has been designed specifically for aggressive trail riding.

Designed with enduro racing in mind, the Mavic Crossmax Pro is Mavic’s latest open-face helmet, which offers more than just average protection. The form and ventilation are ideally suited for use with goggles and the visor is adjustable.

Mit dem X-Static-Polsterungssystem kann der Helm an jede Kopfform angepasst werden.
With the X-Static anti-microbial padding the helmet can be fitted to any head shape.

Unlike many other current enduro open-face helmets, this one doesn’t come with MIPS, but it does have the Poron XRD technology that can absorb more impact than comparable foams and offers more protection. The interior relies on the so-called X-Static anti-microbial padding, and it is delivered with an optional mesh liner.

Michael Lethenet von Mavic Global PR präsentierte uns den Helm höchstselbst.
Michael Lethenet from Mavic Global PR presented the Crossmax Pro in person.

The Crossmax Pro weighs 320g (size medium) and comes in four colours. It should be available in the shops from September with a RRP of 150€.

Text: Martin Stöckl Pictures: Jason Van Horn

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