Bike Helmet with removeable cross shield
The uvex viva 2 is a helmet designed to be multi-purpose, versatile, and comfortable. It is focused on the practice of urban biking and leisure cycling. It has technology of construction production, which forms a much more solid and secure structure while retaining its properties of lightness and ventilation, with just 290 grams of weight.
- Engineered in Germany
- Inmould Technology
- Standards: EN 1078 | TÜV GS | CE
- 2 shell sizes
- 3D IAS 2.0
- FAS strap
- 15 ventilation channels
- Basic pads
- Bug net
- Removable visor
- Weight: 290g
Technology of Uvex viva 2
Protective EPS material is foamed directly into the polycarbonate shell. For a lightweight helmet with highest impact resistance. Perfect fusion of EPS inner layer and polycarbonate outer layer.
3D IAS 2.0
The 3D IAS 2.0 adjustment system enables an optimum adaptation to the head. Over an easy-to-use wheel at the rear of the helmet it works within a few seconds. For an optimum fit and secure protection from falls the 3D IAS 2.0 offers an additional height adjustment, to adapt flexibly to individual head-shape.
Monomatic - Button-press adjustment
Multi-stage and anatomically shaped: uvex's monomatic comfort closure opens and closes at the touch of a button, with just one hand. The chin strap always sits perfectly.
FAS - Easy and Practical
Fast Adapting System webbing can be easily and continuously tailored to your exact head shape. The helmet stays securely on the head in all situations and the webbing straps are always in the best position.
Interior features significantly affect a helmet's comfort. All Uvex pads absorb moistur. Hook and loop fasteners allow easy removal for washing.
Shell materials of Uvex viva 2
Note: Please measure your head circumference to get the right helmet size.
- Outer material
PC - Strongly bonded polycarbonate shell for safety. Double inmould for extra protection around the lower edge.
- Inner material
EPS - Protective material contains microscopic air chambers. They effectively absorb the impact forces created in a fall.