Trauma Void™’s Lynx™ helmet is the wave of the future, and the next step in brain protection technology for the equestrian com
munity. The most important component of the Lynx riding helmet is the incorporated Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), which has been used in snow, motor, and bike helmets for years.
Safety may be the priority of Trauma Void’s Lynx helmet, but it has also been designed for comfort, style, and affordability. The design features a removable and washable Coolmax® lining inside with great ventilation, and this ASTM/SEI certified helmet is available in black.
Introductory Price of $199 for a limited time.
• ASTM-SEI certification
• MIPS technology inside
• Removable and washable Coolmax lining
• Comfortable design with great ventilation
• Smooth outer shell that is easy to clean
• Screen and chinstraps made of durable PU leather
• Dial offers adjustable fit
Please view the Care Instructions for more information on how to care for your helmet. For more information about the helmet return policy, click here.
Please note, helmets must be signed for upon delivery.
See below for further instructions on measuring for a specific model of a Trauma Void helmet.
Place the helmet level on the rider. If the helmet contains a dial, adjust the dial to fit the rider securely. Without harnessing the chinstrap, have the rider shake their head from side-to-side and again from front-to-back, check for movement and ask the rider if there is an even pressure or if there is any pinching or air pockets. If the helmet does not have a dial-fit system and there is movement from side to side but not front to back, try our oval liner, which is thicker on the sides than front to back. If there is movement overall or front to back, try going down a size. Once you’ve found a secure fit, move the brim of the helmet up and down, the rider’s eyebrows should wiggle.
Adjust the Chinstrap:
The length of your chinstrap should rest just under your chin and touch the bottom of your ear lobe. You should be able to fit one finger in the space between strap and your chin. The strap should be secure, but still allow you to move your head up and down comfortably.
Sizing Your EQ3 Helmet
To measure for the best fit, find the circumference of the head. To begin, use a flexible tape measure and place it 1-1/2 cm above the eyebrows, skimming the tops of the ears, take it around the back of the head to the fullest part. To find your size, round up to the nearest centimeter and go up one size from that measurement. Please note that the rider’s hair should be as worn when using the helmet.
|EQ3 Sizing Chart
Sizing Your Lynx Helmet
To measure for the best fit, find the circumference of the head. To begin, use a flexible tape measure and place it 1-1/2 cm above the eyebrows, skimming the tops of the ears, take it around the back of the head to the fullest part. Using the rider’s measurement and the chart below, find the corresponding helmet for their size range. Please note that the rider’s hair should be as worn when using the helmet.
|Lynx Sizing Chart
The Lynx helmets include a dial-fit system, after fitting the rider for their helmet, adjust the dial so that the helmet fits securely, then adjust the chinstrap.