Casca TSG Nipper Maxi Graphic Design – Lowchecker
12 VENTS WITH AIR FLOW CHANNELS
REFLECTIVE STRAPS – Reflective straps and or prints for additional visibility and safety.
BASIC PADDING IN 3 SIZES – Light, interior fit pads: Removable and hand washable.
TUNED FIT SYSTEM – Our Tuned Fit System allows a rider to dial in their fit using different thickness pads on the interior of the helmet. Our helmets always come with two sizes of pads. Each size comes in a different color which makes it easy to determine the right pads to fit the helmet to the head. It is very important to adjust the helmet with these included pads. For example, if necessary, the slightly thicker pads can be mounted on the back of the head and the pad for the front of the head can be thinner, or vice versa.
SNUG FIT – We design our helmets differently from our competitors. We have analyzed the most diverse heads and determined a basic anatomical shape. This allows us to follow exactly the curves of the human head shape. You can see this very well when you look at a TSG helmet from the front: The sides of the helmet shell have more curvature and go clearly inwards. The outline of the TSG helmets at the sides and at the back is round and not straight down like with other helmets. With this production we achieve a so-called contact ring inside the helmet. Here the head touches the helmet all around.
We call this the TSG Snug Fit. Beside the better fit, our helmets with Snug Fit also look less bulky.
In order to lift the TSG helmet from the head, more power is needed than with competition models. This is important so that the helmet does not slip during use and above all remains in the correct position even in the event of a fall.
LOW FIT – A helmet can only protect what it covers. Our Low Fit design sits low and fully protects the entire back and sides of your head without impairing field of vision or restricting movement.
IN-MOLD CONSTRUCTION – In-Mold Construction is a technique that connects the shock absorbing EPS liner directly to the polycarbonate shells to create a lightweight and strong structure. In the first step, the flat PC sheet is heated and deep-drawn over the helmet mold. Then the outline of the helmet shell and the holes are milled out. This PC shell is then placed in the helmet mold and the anchors for straps and fitting systems are placed. Then the mold will be closed, and the EPS is injected. Now the polycarbonate shell bonds with the EPS and a super light, yet extremely stable helmet is created.
EN 1078 – European bike and skateboard helmet standard
TÜV SÜD GS – The GS or “Geprüfte Sicherheit” (tested safety) Mark is a voluntary certification mark applied to finished products that signifie their compliance with all of the statutory requirements of the German Product Safety Act (ProdSG), which are more stringent than the EN standards.