Nytron

Red - Black (Matte)
HL770021

Developed and engineered in the wind tunnel with the collaboration of Swiss Side world -class aerodynamic experts, Nytron blends ultimate safety, amazing aerodynamic performance with compact and light design. Thanks to the scientific combination of massive exhaust vents and internal directional power flow channels, Nytron awesome ventilation keeps the rider head cool lowering body temperature thus enhancing overall performance. Nytron exceeds the Rudy Project WG11 experimental protocol test. The WG11 rotational impact test is a protocol adopted by Rudy Project, in cooperation with accredited and notified bodies, to test and measure the performance of the helmets against rotational impacts.

Version
NYTRON RED/BLACK MATTE S/M HL770021
HL770001
NYTRON BLACK MATTE S/M HL770001
HL770011
NYTRON WHITE MATTE S/M HL770011
HL770021
NYTRON RED/BLACK MATTE S/M HL770021

Size

  • Gender UNISEX
  • Weight 250 g.
  • Dimension S-M (cm55 – 58 / 21,7” - 22,8”) - L (cm59 – 61 / 23,2” - 24”)
  • Certifications CE/EN 1078 , CPSC 12.03,

Tech Specs

  • 15 Vents Flow Through Ventilation
    15 Vents Flow Through Ventilation
  • Free Padd Interchangeable Comfort Padding
    Free Padd Interchangeable Comfort Padding
  • RSR 10 Adjustable Retention System
    RSR 10 Adjustable Retention System
  • Rudy Lock Buckle
    Rudy Lock Buckle
  • Impact rotational test
    Impact rotational test

Spare Parts and Accessories

Nytron

At Rudy Project, we are committed to develop products aimed at the highest level of safety, exceeding requirements set by international standards, such as the CE or CPSC norms. Today our goal is to go even further by overpassing a new experimental testing protocol based on real accident datas and scientific sources. The Rudy Project WG11 rotational impact test is a protocol adopted by Rudy Project, in cooperation with accredited and notified bodies, to test and measure the performance of the helmets against rotational impacts. The Rudy Project WG11 “pass-fail” criterion is based on the BRIC (Brain Injury Criterion) value, an algorithm that defines the level of brain injury. This value must be less than 0,68. Several studies infact showed that concussive values of BRIC for humans varied from 0.60, when scaled directly from animal data, to 0.68 when obtained directly from college football players.