The Eldar helmet was created to mirror the design features of MET's adult ranges

MET goes pro with kid’s range

MET has announced the release of a new helmet series aimed at youth riders.

The Eldar range was designed to offer younger riders the same level of specs as the adult lines, and features a host of premium features such as an in-mould polycarbonate shell with EPS liner Safe Twist 2 fit system with a one-hand adjustable all-round belt, hand washable comfort pads and a snap-in visor.

The brand describes the helmet as being designed for “young riders who are fearless and skilled; those who aspire to ride the Enduro World Series.”

The range is available in an extensive colour selection, and weighs in at 275 grams per unit. 

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