Another Monday is here and our news from the world of cycling with it! So, what did you miss? Start-up […]
Another Monday is here and our news from the world of cycling with it! So, what did you miss?
Start-up Hexo offers a new kind of helmet
Finding a helmet that really fits can be a struggle. Manufacturers usually go with a universal shape, which just can’t suit everyone. However, a new British start-up Hexo found a way around that. They use a scanning app to make a 3D scan of your head. That way you can order a helmet to fit you perfectly.
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Our patent-pending inner structure. Perfectly contoured to your unique head, is what outperforms typical foam helmets. The honeycomb structure controls impacts 68% more effectively by absorbing and distributing the energy more efficiently. #hexohelmets – #hexo #honeycomb #safety #trustnature #beesknowbest
But the positives don’t stop there. Hexo then 3D prints the helmet using a hexagonal honeycomb cell inner shell. The structure is supposed to be 68% better at controlling impact forces than the conventional polystyrene foam. It is also supposed to be more aerodynamic. According to Hexo, you can gain 10 seconds over a 40km time trial in comparison to Giro Aether and Kask Protone.
The truth always hurts
No make-up needed
It’s all about style
— Team KATUSHA ALPECIN (@katushacycling) October 29, 2018
Meeting the Pres
Went for the super extendo “trump power tie today” 🍊👶🙈 pic.twitter.com/qN4DQGi1zu
— Callum Skinner (@CallumSkinner) October 31, 2018