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Run system

The “Run System”, of Mango Sport System property, was the first size regulation system ever used and patented on bike, ski and climbing helmets. The Run System is applied inside the helmet and is composed by a ring and a rotating device that, with one gesture, allows to adapt the helmet to each head size with maximum comfort.

Adjustable ventilation system

In order to respond to all consumers necessities, Mango added a ventilation system mechanism equipped with opening/closure button. This system allows to choose the right inner ventilation.

Fibbia micrometrica

The micrometric buckle is used on cycling, skiing and rock helmets and this is an adjustable system of coupling straps. It’s composed of a button and a graduated stick that allow quick adjustment of the chin strap, without compromising the handless of coupling.

Removable EAR PADS

 Some models are equipped with removable ear pads. Such ear pads can be applied and removed in order to guarantee to each consumer the right wearability and ventilation solution.

Goggle elastic

All ski helmets are equipped with the goggle elastic.
There can be different models but they all guarantee maximum goggle wearability.


The helmets are realized with different shell application technology but they all ensure the maximum quality (injection ABS, thermoformed ABS, thermoformed PC).

CE EN 1077

All SKI helmets are subject to the European Standard CE EN 1077. The legislation imposes numerous tests that verify the capacity of absorption of shock, resistance to the simulation of edges (eg: sidewalks, etc.), held against the slippage after impact, resistance of the chin strap and areas really covered. Helmets, during testing, are also subjected to thermical fluctuations lead to a substantial temperature heat up to +50 °C and a cold of -20 °C. These tests are incurred to check reaction of the components to thermical shock and assess the strength and safety of the helmet in different environments and situations.
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In Molding

Allows you to get more ventilated and light helmets without compromising safety standards. The process consists of a thermofusion between polystyrene and polycarbonate plastic shell.