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Historically, helmets have been designed to protect against linear motion, with the principle aim of protecting against skull fractures. This is mirrored in current regulatory certification standards. However oblique impact is a more common accident scenario and most regulatory standards does not certify helmets against those impacts, even though research show that the human brain is more sensitive to rotational motion than linear motion.
Research and development is one of the cornerstones of our commercial success. Mips market-leading expertise has put us on in the forefront of the helmet industry. Our ambition is to create a culture that fosters innovation and creativity, being endoresed by world leading brands within the helmet industry is a great testimony of that.
Mips gives you the confidence to follow your passion. Whether you’re training for fitness, riding to work, heading out on the mountain, or playing team sports, our mission is safety for helmets.