100 Horse Riding Helmet - Black

8603600

FOUGANZA

Made for
Looking for a riding helmet for learning to ride? Our Horse Riding Helmet 100 is perfect. The dial makes it easy to adjust.
Sizes guide

Advantage
Impact protectionEN1384 certified:2017 riding helmet
AdjustableA dial at the back lets you easily adjust your riding helmet.
Ventilation51 ventilation holes on the shell and 57 holes on the padding.
User comfortRemovable interior foam pads that should be hand washed in cold water.
Warranty2 Years
Technical Information

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Standards:
EN1384 certified:2017 riding helmet
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Sizes:
XS (48-52cm), S (52-55cm), M (55-58cm), L (58-61cm).
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Light weight:
505 g in size M (55-58 cm).
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Choosing your helmet:
We recommend measuring your head circumference and trying on several sizes to find the one that fits best. It is essential that your helmet is the right size and that it fits well. For children, never buy a helmet that is too big on the assumption that they will grow.
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Adjusting the helmet:
For optimal protection, the helmet should be in close contact with the head without squeezing it. When the harness is properly adjusted the helmet should not slide forward, back, or from side to side. The riding helmet's strap should pass beneath your jaw, rather than over the chin. It should be tight enough to stop the helmet rocking around, but it shouldn't choke you.
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Shock absorption:
This riding helmet was designed to absorb some of the energy of an impact by causing the shell or protective material to become partially deformed. A helmet reduces the severity of head injuries. The protection your riding helmet offers depends on the accident in question, as wearing a helmet does not always prevent death or long-term injury.
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Ventilation:
This riding helmet has 51 ventilation holes on the shell and 57 holes on the padding. These holes help the warm air to exit at the top and in the back of the riding helmet.
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Easy care:
Clean the outside of the helmet with soapy water. The use of solvents and other aggressive products could affect the helmet's performance. Removable interior foam pads that should be hand washed in cold water. For storage and transport, a fabric bag will protect it from dirt, scratches and light.
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Lifespan:
We recommend replacing your riding helmet five years after its manufacture date (which is shown on the label) if your helmet has never suffered an impact and has been stored according to the instructions. Damage may not be visible, and so any helmet that has suffered an impact must be replaced.
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Returns conditions for personal protective equipment:
A riding helmet is a type of PPE (Personal Protective Equipment). Make sure this product is right for you (model, size, colour) before buying. If you do need to return it, you will need to make sure it still has its instructions, labels still attached and, where applicable, accessories and original packaging. This will enable it to be resold. Together, we can respect our planet.
Information / Concept / Technology
Composition
Shell : 100.0% Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Main lining : 100.0% Expanded Polystyrene Webbing : 100.0% Polyamide Buckles : 100.0% Polyoxymethylene Foam : 100.0% Polyurethane

Test
Notified body N:2789, Pourquery Financier

Product test
Tested in an independent laboratory in compliance with current regulations.

Stockage tips
Store away from heat sources such as heating appliances or the parcel shelf of a car in the sun, as this can degrade the protective performance of the polystyrene padding.
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