Like its big brother: the Carapax JR. is inspired by the model for adults and promises optimal protection in the terrain for all young mountain bikers. The low weight, the maximum head cover and a long equipment list give it an optimal price/performance ratio. The low weight is due to the Inmold production, where the upper shell is thermally connected to the Hi-EPS. This results in a firm surface connection, which is responsible for a very stable construction.
The lower edge of the helmet is protected by the further polycarbonate shell Edge Protect. In addition, the tail and temples are pulled further down for maximum safety on rough trails. The result is an even larger head cover. Large ventilation openings ensure optimum ventilation, fly screens keep insects away from the head and the shield guarantees optimum protection in the visible area.
With the Run System Classic, which is combined with the height-adjustable Custom Fit, the bicycle helmet can be adapted to the head. As an option, the Multi-Fit Light tail light can be retrofitted on the Carapax JR. for better visibility.
The name for the outer shell of all Inmold-made Alpina helmets. This thin and light material is extremely break- and scratch-resistant, UV-stable and antistatic.
The removable shield protects against splashing dirt as well as direct sunlight.
Edge Protect is applied to the lower edges of the helmet using the Inmold process, providing extra safety in the event of a side impact and protecting against damage during use.
The inner shell of every Alpina helmet is made of Hi-EPS ("High Expanded Polystyrol"). It consists of microscopically small air chambers which optimally absorb the forces acting in the event of an impact. HI-EPS ensures extra-thin walls and narrow helmet shapes despite its optimal protective effect.
Offer significantly more safety than spot-bonded helmets.
All ALPINA helmets are equipped with the Ergomatic belt buckle.
Guarantees optimum fine adjustment of the closure.
Cleverly positioned ventilation openings ensure optimum ventilation.
Run System Classic
Like its big brother, the Run System Ergo Pro, Alpina's second most complex helmet fitting system offers the two newly developed, pressure-distributing "headrests" as well as the new, easier to use adjustment wheel on the back of the helmet. The only difference to the top model is that the wing-shaped pads are not rubberized.