The Ruroc Atlas 4.0 Helmet offers good protection. Wearable and easy to connect.

British snow helmet manufacturer Ruroc entered the motorcycle helmet market with the Atlas in 2019. The brand has continued to develop products based on user feedback with the Atlas 2.0 this year. 2020 and continuing through 2021 with the Atlas 3.0, designed for better airflow and aerodynamics, and now Ruroc has released a new product, the Atlas 4.0.        Scheduled for launch on February 18, 2022, the 4.0 retains its iconic Atlas shape. But a smoother carbon fiber shell reduces the helmet's wind resistance. The vents that can be opened and closed, unlike the 3.0 version, cannot be opened and closed. The mitt can reduce wind noise up to 20% better than the original rubber seal. Prevents wet air from destroying the helmet.       Increase comfort with cheek pads that can be easily added. Because there is a zipper that can bring out the foam to enhance the cheeks to be firmer. The fit can be customized as needed. The zipper itself is a waterproof design that prevents water from entering the foam and making it stinky.  RHEON generation technology is used between the EPS layer and the inner lining. The RHEON reactive polymer remains soft and pliable. but will harden immediately upon heavy impact RHEON technology is the same material used by NASA to create astronaut suits. Pricing has not yet been officially revealed, but more will be announced on February 18, 2022, but if based on the previous model, the Atlas 3.0 is priced at $450.

British snow helmet manufacturer Ruroc entered the motorcycle helmet market with the Atlas in 2019. The brand has continued to develop products based on user feedback with the Atlas 2.0 this year. 2020 and continuing through 2021 with the Atlas 3.0, designed for better airflow and aerodynamics, and now Ruroc has released a new product, the Atlas 4.0.

Scheduled for launch on February 18, 2022, the 4.0 retains its iconic Atlas shape. But a smoother carbon fiber shell reduces the helmet's wind resistance. The vents that can be opened and closed, unlike the 3.0 version, cannot be opened and closed. The mitt can reduce wind noise up to 20% better than the original rubber seal. Prevents wet air from destroying the helmet.

British snow helmet manufacturer Ruroc entered the motorcycle helmet market with the Atlas in 2019. The brand has continued to develop products based on user feedback with the Atlas 2.0 this year. 2020 and continuing through 2021 with the Atlas 3.0, designed for better airflow and aerodynamics, and now Ruroc has released a new product, the Atlas 4.0.        Scheduled for launch on February 18, 2022, the 4.0 retains its iconic Atlas shape. But a smoother carbon fiber shell reduces the helmet's wind resistance. The vents that can be opened and closed, unlike the 3.0 version, cannot be opened and closed. The mitt can reduce wind noise up to 20% better than the original rubber seal. Prevents wet air from destroying the helmet.       Increase comfort with cheek pads that can be easily added. Because there is a zipper that can bring out the foam to enhance the cheeks to be firmer. The fit can be customized as needed. The zipper itself is a waterproof design that prevents water from entering the foam and making it stinky.  RHEON generation technology is used between the EPS layer and the inner lining. The RHEON reactive polymer remains soft and pliable. but will harden immediately upon heavy impact RHEON technology is the same material used by NASA to create astronaut suits. Pricing has not yet been officially revealed, but more will be announced on February 18, 2022, but if based on the previous model, the Atlas 3.0 is priced at $450.

Increase comfort with cheek pads that can be easily added. Because there is a zipper that can bring out the foam to enhance the cheeks to be firmer. The fit can be customized as needed. The zipper itself is a waterproof design that prevents water from entering the foam and making it stinky.

RHEON generation technology is used between the EPS layer and the inner lining. The RHEON reactive polymer remains soft and pliable. but will harden immediately upon heavy impact RHEON technology is the same material used by NASA to create astronaut suits. Pricing has not yet been officially revealed, but more will be announced on February 18, 2022, but if based on the previous model, the Atlas 3.0 is priced at $450.

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