KASK Urban R WG11 Helmet
Stylish and street smart.
URBAN R WG11 Helmet.
TEST PASSED - ROTATIONAL IMPACT WG11.
Designed for the commuter cyclist, the urban bike helmet Urban R is streetwear for the style-conscious rider. Three integrated vents span the helmet’s top and can be adjusted by a rear lever to control the amount of airflow to suit the needs of urban mobility cyclists. They can also be closed on rainy days to keep out moisture. An interchangeable visor in different shades helps manage brightness, and a synthetic leather chinstrap adds class and comfort at the same time.
A helmet that fits properly is also safer and, to achieve a precise fit, the Urban R features a completely new ERGO FIT adjuster to literally dial in comfort and safety. To further secure the helmet, a synthetic leather chinstrap can be adapted for a personal fit thanks to side adjusters. All Urban R helmets come with a Light Smoke Visor with UV400 protection and, for the fashionable rider, KASK offers four accessory visors that can be easily swapped in and out with a click using the One-Move Switch System. The soft fabric on the interior padding has been treated with the antibacterial and antimicrobial Silver Plus® process for optimal hygiene. The padding’s two different thicknesses are deliberate for protection and to accommodate sunglasses. Removable, washable pads help keep the Moebius fresh for everyday use.
KASK WG11 ROTATIONAL IMPACT TEST
KASK has always been committed to creating products that guarantee both maximum safety and comfort, exeeding all requiremets set by international standards and norms.
KASK WG11 test is a protocol adopted by KASK to identify and objective method, based on scientific sources, for measuring the performance of its helmets against rotational impacts.
Most of tests on helmets that use rotational impact prevention technologies are carried on using headforms whose coefficient of friction is much higher than those of human skull and therefore do not reflect reality. The KASK WG11 test is simple, robust, and reliable. Impact conditions are based on real accident data.
The "pass-fail" criterion is based on the BrIC value, an algorithm that defines the level of brain injury. This value must be less than 0,68.
All KASK helmets successfully pass this test, with values that are never above a BrIC 0,390.