Symbol 2.0

Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0
Symbol 2.0

Description

What's in?

  • Active Vent System – Integrated Airflow System
  • Washable, adjustable, printed ear pads
  • Fidlock buckle
  • Goggle strap holder
  • Ring Fit System
  • Safety compliance: CE EN 1077
  • XS = 50/52 cm
  • S = 52/54 cm
  • M = 55/56 cm
  • L = 56/58 cm
  • XL = 59/61 cm

We make it as green as possible

Learn more

Outer shell : 100% Polycarbonate Liner : Recycled Polystyrene collected from leading Japanese auto makers. Ears pads : Recycled Polyester

22 000 km car saved for the whole helmets collection​

Size / Fit

How to take your measures

Head circumference

Measure your head circumference over your ears and eyebrows.

Size chart for Symbol 2.0

XSSMLXL
CM50/5252/5455/5656/5859/61
XSSMLXL
Inch19.5"/20.5"20.5"/21.5"21.5"/22"22"/23"23"/24"

Story

Helmets

Together with KALI, we developed the first ecofriendly helmet of the outdoor industry. The re-invented industrial process we are using is a revolution in an industry where 30% of the raw materials used in production is wasted.

Matters

First, the outer shell is made of PLA (polylactic), a polymer derived from corn, a renewable resource. Second, the padding is composed of 100% recycled EPS (Expandable Polystyrene) collected from Japanese automobile industry leaders. Finally, the lining and ear pads are made of recycled PET bottles.

Composition

HARDSHELL
Traditional helmet construction. Composed of two parts: a shell and a shock-absorbant foam padding glued together.

IN-MOLD
KALI patented technology. In-mold construction eliminates the bonding element, creating superior protection, stronger design, a more precise fit and a significantly lighter product.

COMPOSITE FUSION™ PLUS
Composite fusion technology combined with a unique pyramid design. Optimises shock absorption while the dual density foam system allows for extreme comfort.

Eco-responsability

Wearing a Picture helmet made of recycled materials means much more than wearing a simple protection. It means making an environmental statement and being part of a community.