Welcome to the World of iXS Trigger FF Helmet

Welcome to the World of iXS Trigger FF Helmet

iXS Sports (Switzerland) - Press Release: The Trigger FF.

Welcome to world wide unique helmet development. Welcome to the world of Trigger FF - the lightest full face helmet on the market.

All purpose / all-day / race:

The Trigger FF combines open face breathability and ventilation with full face protection in an ultra-lightweight and compact design. The patent pending fully in-molded unibody construction and internal X-FrameTM allow for certified DH level protection while keeping the weight to an absolute minimum. At +/- 595g (SM 54-58cm), the Trigger FF is nominated to be the lightest full face helmet in the market. All mountain Performance = All day comfort!

It‘s featured VortexTM molded aeration system provides consistent airflow and cooling. The integrated FidlockTM magnetic closure system provides easy handling and proper safety. An ergonomic padding system ensures comfort without inhabiting the airflow. For improved fit and adaptability, the Trigger FF comes with the iXS specific ErgoFit UltraTM retention system allowing horizontal and vertical adjustment with precision interlocking. Trigger FF fulfills European and US safety standards and on top of it performes towards the ASTM frontal impact protection.

Features & Benefits:

  • New patented inmould technology
  • External & internal ventilation channels
  • Goggle compatible adjustable visor
  • Precission interlocking
  • ErgoFit UltraTM system for horizontal and vertical adjustment
  • Magnetic closure 
  • Safety: EN1078, CPSC, ASTM
  • Weight: 595g (SM 54-58cm) / 660g (ML 59-62cm)


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