The new MET Rivale Mips gives you superior performance and an aggressive presence on the road that leaves a lasting impression. More safe. More comfortable. More efficient. Why is it safer? With its MIPS technology, the Rivale combines an extraordinary price-quality ratio and all the advantages of the brain protection system against rotational forces. MIPS is a brain protection system—engineered to add at least 10% extra safety to the standard construction of helmets in case of certain impacts. The MIPS Brain Protection System (BPS) is attached inside the helmet, between the comfort padding and the EPS. Why is it more comfortable? The all new Rivale Mips is an evolution on the outside design and a revolution on the inside shape. The fit is unparalleled and thanks to its new Safe-T Upsilon retention system the helmet is stable on the head. The 360° head belt ensures that there will be no pressure points on the skull and it’s easy to use vertical adjustment leaves you an individual fit. Why is it more efficient? The rear of the new Rivale Mips has a singular MET signature style – especially the NACA Vent built-in with lower and tube-shaped profile which makes the Rivale Mips more aerodynamic than its predecessor. The front of the helmet is designed with wider and longer vents which improve the ventilation and they can also serve for securely docking sunglasses. A combination that ensures puristic riding fun.
In-mould polycarbonate shell with EPS liner MIPS C2® rotational management system engineered to add protection in case of certain impacts Exceptionally comfortable and secure on the head thanks to refined internal shape MET Safe-T Upsilon Fit System 360° Head belt, vertical adjustments leave you with an individual fit Air Lite straps with adjustable divider to maximise aerodynamic and comfort Hand washable comfort pads 18 Vents, Internal engineered air channeling system to improve ventilation and comfort Reflective rear decals to enhance visibility in low-light conditions Sunglasses ports to securely dock sunglasses when climbing or resting Tube-shaped tail to improve aerodynamics