With the brand new Veleno Mips, MET aims to offer one helmet for all kinds of riding, whether you like a gravel epic or a hardcore rip aboard a mega-traveled mountain bike. As such, it gets a handful of neat tricks to make it properly sorted for any kind of riding.
MET's Veleno Mips is designed to please any rider, ticking every box for singletrack, gravel, or road use, supposedly filling the role as the most versatile helmet in MET's range.
To make sure that it lives up to its versatile expectations, the Veleno Mips is built with a full polycarbonate wrap, adding durability by covering any potentially exposed EPS.
Then, the new helmet comes with a respectable 26 vents and finely engineered internal air channeling. This is designed to guide airflow over and around the head while expelling warm exhaust. Two of those 26 vents are specially designed to be used as a secure spot to dock your riding specs when not needed.
To help the Veleno Mips be as comfortable as possible, it employs a 360° head belt and MET's Safe-T Upslion retention system that's designed to ensure that there will be no pressure points around the head. MET says that the new helmet's internal shape is well suited to almost all head shapes.
As versatility is a stand out point of this helmet, it gets a removable visor. It's removable thanks to invisible anchor clips that MET says keeps the design clean whether it's installed or not.
Of course, as its name suggests the Veleno Mips comes with Mips-C2 brain protection system, reducing damage against rotational impacts.
MET's new Veleno Mips is available in three sizes fitting heads from 52cm up to 61cm with a size large claiming to weigh in at 355g.
Then, the Veleno Mips is priced at £100.
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