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Urge Introduces the Gringo Matic Modular Full Face Helmet 1

Urge's lightest full face helmet to date features a removable chinguard and comes in two versions.

Urge Introduces the Gringo Matic Modular Full Face Helmet

The new Gringo is the most versatile helmet ever made by Urge bp. Between us, we almost called it the "Greengo" because it’s made from 80 % of recycled materials. Decreasing the impact on our planet while manufacturing our helmets is the main guideline for our brand. Its main purpose is at the heart of mountain biking, a true All Mountain.

 

The Gringo is split in 2 categories : De La Sierra and De La Pampa. Both versions have a modular chinguard, but we thought that "Sir De la Pampa" will ride more often without removing the chinguard. That’s why we maximized the airflow in its full face appearance.

"Sir De La Sierra" will rather climb "open-faced" and add the chinguard with the grid before engaging a technical downhill section for additional security. In the end, it’s also an aesthetic choice, with or without the grid, it’s up to you to decide which one you like the most.

You’re more into googles ? Or sunglasses ? Its design is compatible with both of them. El Gringo is extremely well ventilated however you choose to wear it, with or without the chinguard. And, as usual with all Urge bp helmets, it features our legendary comfy pads for long riding days full of fun.

Enclosing and very protective, it will stand by your side to provide the highest security when it’s time to send it.

Technical Data

  • Eco Friendly Index: 5/7
  • Weight: 790 gr full face, 412 gr without chinguard
  • Visor: adjustable made from recycled ABS
  • CSPC1203, AS/NZS2063, CE1078 certifications
  • Removable chinguard
  • Intended for All Mountain
  • Mold made from recycled EPS
  • In mold construction
  • Additional pads: yes
  • Sizing: S/M 55-68 , L/XL 58-62
  • Gringo de la Pampa: Gold / Black, Turquoise / Black, White
  • Gringo de la Sierra: Black, Grey, Deep blue
  • Price: 149 € RRP
  • Available: March 2019


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