Right after Freestyle.ch in Zurich last year we went into the studio with Bene Mayr. Between party-hang-over and back-home-driving Bene had to concentrate talking about his Pro Model Helmet. So here is all you need to know about his Crown helmet.
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Our friends at Downdays just launched their new Digimag dedicated to Softgoods.
Read the mag here: downdays.dm
“The TSG Superlight (Oakley edition) is a collaboration between two powerhouses in the action sports industry. The Californian giant lent some of their signature style to TSG’s already formidable technical know-how and the result of their union was put to the test by UK racer Liam Little….
The helmet is one of the most slim-line pisspot helmets I’ve seen and doesn’t look like some full-on old school deep-sea diving helmets that are on the market.”
Read more on distilledmag.com
Read what Peter of Distilled Mag writes after testing our Kraken helmet and Nose Dive Kneeguards. Go to distilledmag.com.
For all swiss TSG fans, this is your chance to win a TSG Fly helmet and a T-Shirt. Just watch Star TV, Online or old-school in your TV arm chair in the living room.
vitalmtb.com: “The TSG dirt jump lids have only been recently available in the States, so I was stoked to get a hold of the new Kraken helmet. This deceivingly technical hard-foam half shell is very comfortable and adjustable. Included are 2 sets of foam pads that velcro in so you can fine tune your fit. The biggest feature of the helmet, however is the Flex Tech design. Most EPS hard foam helmets I try on don’t fit that well or sit really high and awkward on my head. The Kraken’s Flex Tech uses segmented EPS parts connected via thermoplastic joints and a hybrid nylon chassis, so the helmet can adjust to the shape of your head. When I put the helmet on, it went low and snug on my head without any gaps or loose spots. With 14 vents, you’ll stay cool on those hot, shreddable days and the Flat Black color will go with any kit.”
Read full article on vitalmtb.com