Bike helmets are designed to sae your life in an accident, but, let’s be honest, they’re not typically built with fashion in mind. Maybe that’s part of the reason more than 97 percent of all fatal bicycle accidents involved riders without them. Enter the Park & Diamond Foldable Bike Helmet, the first of its kind that is both functional and looks great while wearing it.
The Park & Diamond helmet is designed to fit inside a small, water bottle-sized container, fit comfortably on your head and still pass U.S. CPSC and EU EN-1078 cycling safety standards. It’s made with 3D mesh fabric, EVA foam and a polycarbonate shell that allows it to fold down but still provide ample protection during an impact. The Park & Diamond helmet actually absorbs and dissipates three times more elastic energy than a traditional bike helmet, minimizing the amount that reaches your head.
Slipping one on is easy. It fastens together with a buckle while the size is adjustable to fit most head shapes, and it comes in a variety of cool colors. The helmet also provides protection from UV rays and is made with antimicrobial materials so it won’t get smelly after a few rides.
The Park & Diamond helmet is set to retail for $159 with first shipments beginning in May 2019. Check out the website for more information on features and ways to pre-order one today.
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