Weighing in at just 595 grams in size S/M, the Trigger FF builds on the company's Trigger AM half shell helmet to introduce a full face option that is intended to convince more riders to move up from the half shell on more rides. Fully certified up to the DH-specific ASTM 1952 standard, the Trigger FF achieves its low weight by relying on an in-mold, single-layer EPS construction which not only keeps weight in check but also provides more visual feedback when a helmet is damaged to the point of requiring replacement. To make sure the chin bar is strong enough, the Trigger FF features an internal "skeleton" that is molded into the chin bar and wraps around a large portion of the helmet. The lower part of the helmet is also uses a thicker outer shell.
The Trigger FF is made in two shell sizes with an adjustable internal retention system and a set of different thickness pads to fine tune the fit. The visor is adjustable and there is a clever "gripper pad" around the back to help make sure your goggles stay in place. The Trigger FF will retail for $239 USD and is available now.
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