With the Trigger FF iXS has one of the lightest all-mountain, trail, enduro and full-face helmets currently available. The Trigger FF offers all-round protection through its patented Inmould Technology, in which the helmet shell is directly connected to the absorbing EPS material. The unique X-FRAME construction, which combines the EPS chin bar and head protection in a single unit, increases the strength of the structure while reducing weight and improving ventilation. The high number of ventilation openings and their arrangement and additional integrated channels ensure a high level of air circulation, which results in noticeably effective cooling. The two-component adjustment unit with precision toothing called ErgoFit Ultra allows a comfortable and very precise adjustment of the helmet in vertical and horizontal direction. It thus guarantees an optimal fit and at the same time a high level of wearing comfort. The two-stage adjustable visor allows easy placement of the goggle. The magnetic closure, which is even easy to use with one hand, is another detail of the Trigger FF helmet that is popular in practice. The helmet series naturally complies with the European safety standard EN1078 as well as the American CPSC, and even the ASTM standard for downhill use for increased safety in a frontal impact.
Ergo Fit Ultra
The Ergo Fit Ultra adjustment system allows micro-adjustment by means of a rotating wheel, which is easy to operate and adjust. The horizontally and vertically adjustable headband supports the optimal fit and fit of the helmet.
MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System).
The MIPS fall protection system is a low-friction layer under the helmet padding that reduces the rotational forces transmitted to the brain during an impact. This layer allows the head to move 10-15 mm relative to the helmet in all directions during a fall, redirecting energies and forces that would otherwise be transmitted to the brain. MIPS helmets are designed to protect the brain from an angled impact because angled falls create rotational forces that are transmitted to the brain and can lead to brain injury. MIPS can reduce both rotational motion and the risk of brain damage.
Inmolding is a technology to optimize the weight, ventilation and stability of the helmet. During the manufacturing process, the outer shell is bonded to the impact-absorbing EPS material to form a single unit.
3-Level Visor Adjustment
The three-stage positioning of the visor allows a goggle to be placed below the visor.