Keyword: North Face MIPS Helmet

This is how MIPS climbing helmets protect the brain in the event of an impact

MIPS stands for Multi Directional Impact Protection System and is a helmet safety system that reduces rotational forces acting on the head in the event of an oblique impact. Mammut relies on this protective system, which is important for the brain, for the Wall Rider and the Nordwand helmet.

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