Your head can't be more protected than this.
Neurosurgeons and engineers working together
Vicis engineers and neurosurgeons have developed a multilayered, highly-enginered helmet design that mitigates linear and rotational impact forces. The helmet features a lodge shell that absorbs impact load by locally deforming, like a car bumper. Automotive safety engineers have used local deformation to protect people for decades.
The ultimate protection season after season
The helmet employs a highly-engineered columnar structure that moves omni-directionally to reduce linear and rotational forces. The columnar geometry used in the core layer is based on principles first described by Leonhard Euler, a Swiss physicist in the 1700s. The lodge shell and core layer work together to reduce impact forces, leveraging well established engineering principles and materials long-used in stringent aerospace and automotive applications. Tested to withstand multiple seasons of play.
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