The new Forward WIP CrossOver helmet, developed with America's Cup sailing teams, is super light, comfortable, and is perfect for the sailing athletes of today.
The perfect choice for multi-activity on their fast foiling cats and for high speed downhill skiing.
- Round shape for good for streamlined airflow and deep, for effective protection of the back of the skull
- In Mold construction : ultra light but a very shock absorbent helmet in case of an impact
- Inner pad from thermoformed foam for better comfort and good ventilation
- Comes with 2 sets of foams including one thicker for a good fit on smaller heads
- Comes with 2 removable ear protectors that can fit a communication system
- Magnetic attachment loop for quick release
- Sizes : 55-59 cm - Adjustable headband thanks to the "Micrometric Fit System" adjustment wheel
- Ski CE certified 1077B certified helmet
HiVis out of stock until early 2019
FORWARD WIP is an innovative company whose mission is to create protective gear for watersports enthusiasts, reducing the risk of injury as a result of impact.
Indeed sailing, kite surfing and windsurfing are entering a whole new era, where high-speed flight requires a complete overhaul of the gear in order to be better protected. Thanks to extensive expertise in the development of innovative, high tech sports products, FORWARD WIP is contributing to the development of these sports by introducing greater levels of protection for those involved.
For years and since the advent of the foil, Forward WIP has been collaborating with and supplying a number of America’s Cup teams with protective gear.
For this 35th edition, the Franco-Swiss company has joined forces with Groupama Team France, as well as its crew of young talent, Team France Jeune for the Red Bull Youth America’s Cup.
Using data from a range of specifications and trials of several prototypes, Forward WIP has finalised the ‘CrossOver’ helmet, which is used by the French team to provide protection, comfort and a lightweight feel.
The helmet has a clean, rounded shape with a snug fit for optimum aerodynamic performance, whilst satisfying the CE standard for skiing, a standard necessary for this high-speed competition where collisions can be violent.