The Oxelo design team has developed this helmet to keep you comfy and safe on your skates, skateboard or scooter. When falling is all part and parcel of your sport, a helmet is more than just an accessory. A helmet for protecting your head during intense rides.
The helmet's shape and 3D adjustment dial keep it stable.
Height and depth adjustable thanks to the 3D dial. Ponytail hole.
Size S = 340 g, M = 400 g, L = 455 g.
12 vents with air channels for air circulation.
Full-coverage style suited to skating on asphalt (neck and ear protection), polystyrene structure and ABS outer shell. Complies with EN 1078 standard.
Comfort foam.Buckle that can be fastened and released with one hand. Adjustable dividers. Turn ring with height adjustment to fit more snugly.
MF 500 helmet sizes and weights
Available in 3 sizes: S = 52/55 cm (340 g), M = 55/59 cm (400 g), L = 59/62 cm (455 g).
Certified compliant with standard EN 1078.
European standard defining the test requirements and methods for helmets destined for use by inline skating, skateboarding, scootering and cycling users. The corresponding test requirements and methods cover the following aspects: construction, including field of vision; shock absorption properties; specifications of the restraint system, including the chin strap and tightening devices; marking and information.
Terms and conditions for returns of personal protective equipment
A helmet is PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Ensure that the product suits you (model / size / colour) before purchase. If it is not suitable, please return subject to the following conditions: with the instructions, stickers, and if possible, original packaging. It can then be resold. Together we can care for our planet.
Maintaining the comfort foam
You can change the foam in your helmet using the Oxelo replacement foam kit. (Code: 8607937)
When should you replace a helmet?
Helmets are designed to protect your head from an impact. From just one impact. If you fall, you should replace the helmet even if it doesn't seem like the helmet is damaged: it could be weakened or cracked in invisible places... and thus no longer provide protection. We recommend replacing your helmet every 5 years, as some materials begin to age, particularly if the helmet is stored in a cold and/or wet place. (the production date is printed inside the helmet).