100% Aircraft MIPS Dexter HelmetBold Style and High
Performance ProtectionThe new Aircraft Dexter Helmet by 100% sets new standards for the downhill helmet game. Precision engineered using a carbon fiber/Kevlar composite, the shell flaunts a highly protective and lightweight feel. ...
Bell Full Flex HelmetWhether you're getting creative downtown
or showing off at the local skate park, going down is inevitable. Knowing this, Bell bred the Full Flex helmet to inspire hard-nosed BMX artists to push new limits with no-holds barred. ...
Fox Rampage Pro Carbon HelmetUtilizing a carbon shell
to reduce weight without compromising protection, the Fox Rampage Pro Carbon Helmet is the preferred choice of the most wicked downhillers around. The high-Tech Dri-LexTM interior liner, 3D molded cheek pads and ...
6D’s unique name comes from the engineering term, “Six Degrees of Freedom,” which denotes the ability to move freely in a three-dimensional space, as displayed by the Cartesian coordinate system of X, Y, and Z. And, in short, that’s their philosophy on absorbing impact. They want their helmets to deliver reliable protection from every angle, keeping you covered no matter where the impact comes from. As they put it, 6D is dedicated to the “relentless pursuit of brain protection,” and their helmets let you know just how serious they are. Using unique mountain biking safety technology, they’ve made a goal of revolutionizing the way the head encounters impact.
It was that very goal that led 6D to develop their omni-directional suspension technology. Using fully-active, in-helmet suspension, this system is built to protect your brain from low, mid, and high-velocity impacts, as well as linear and angular accelerations. By managing the kinetic energy of the impact, the technology reduces energy transfer, actively lowering the amount of force the brain experiences. 6D integrated polymer dampers into their dual EPS liners, therefore creating a system that actively absorbs and redirects shock. The dampers feature an elastic composition, which allows them to cushion the brunt force of the impact, and their distinct hourglass shape reduces the violence and reverberation experienced in real-world crash scenarios. In short, 6D is helping to pave the way towards safer mountain biking. And that’s something we can get behind.