POC Octal X SPIN Helmet (Uranium Black) (S) (CPSC)

POC Octal X SPIN Helmet (Uranium Black) (S)
PC106541002SML1
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The Octal X SPIN further develops the award-winning Octal road helmet, tailoring it to the needs of the gravel and cyclocross riders. With an extended shell covering more of the helmet liner compared to the Octal, the Octal X SPIN benefits from enhanced strength properties with very little increase in weight. The Octal X Spin includes extreme ventilation, aerodynamic efficiency, a unibody shell construction, an EPS liner, SPIN technology, as well as POC’s proven aramid bridge technology. All these features come as part of POC's whole helmet approach to design and construction in order to deliver superior levels of comfort, fit, and performance.

Features:

  • Fully wrapped unibody shell construction improves helmet strength.
  • Helmet integrated with SPIN (Shearing Pad Inside) pads.
  • Very lightweight construction
  • Highly ventilated using POC’s unique ventilation design.
  • Aramid bridge technology added to EPS liner for enhanced structural integrity.
  • High performance Polycarbonate (PC) shell covering more of the liner to improve safety and protection against sharp objects.
  • Simple and easy adjustment system for a perfect fit.
  • Eye garage to keep your sunglasses.

Specifications:
Fit System: -
Ventilation: 21 Vents
Safety Features: SPIN
Color: Black
Weight: 282g (Size M)

Helmet Measurements:

  • Helmet sizes are based on the circumference of the head
  • Wrap measuring tape around head
  • Once measurement is determined, refer to chart
Note: Not all sizes available in all models.
Circumference (cm)
S50 -56cm
M54 - 60cm
L56 - 62cm

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.