At just 850 grams, the Sanction is Bell's low-profile full-face mountain bike helmet aimed at dirt shredders and BMX riders who don’t need the more robust Full-9 or Transfer-9. The Sanction has become the choice of adults who want full-face protection but prefer a smaller size and profile. If you’re riding a chairlift, go with a Full-9 or Transfer-9. But if you’re pedaling BMX or dirt jumps, this helmet will serve you well.
Featuring a sleek design with extended coverage and an integrated visor, the Spark backs up clean design and its well-ventilated shape with a great fit and the enhanced protection offered with MIPS. Designed for aspiring trail riders, the Spark lets you charge with confidence.
Built with the same core design principles as the pro-level Z20, the Stratus combines lightweight aero efficiency with cutting-edge comfort technologies. The shape was refined for all-around road performance — ventilated for long climbs but still fast for the flats — and the integrated Float Fit system offers comfort and security with a streamlined fit and an oversize dial that’s easy to adjust with one hand. The Overbrow Ventilation system pulls cool air in through the front and pushes it through an air-channel matrix to reduce overheating. And thanks to the adjustable No-Twist Tri-Glides, the straps stay flat and properly positioned no matter how hard you’re hammering. This model also includes MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System) for added protection in certain types of impacts.
In addition to the protection offered by MIPS Spherical, the Super DH is loaded with features, including a 360-degree wraparound, tool-free, removable chin bar beefy enough to satisfy the rigors of ASTM 1952 testing, huge eyeglass- and goggle-friendly eye-port, adjustable-height visor, snap-in camera mount, Overbrow Ventilation and X-Static padding, and a quality fit that is second to none. The end result is uncompromising protection and performance, and unparalleled versatility. The Super DH is ready to take World Cup DH runs on the chin, bang out bike park laps until the chairlifts stop running, or settle into hours of backcountry uphill grinding in search of that perfect ribbon of high-consequence singletrack.
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