uvex finale jr. kids cycling helmet in black
The German-engineered Inmould Technology ensures that the uvex finale jr is a lightweight helmet with the highest impact resistance, protecting your little adventurer from the nastiest collisions. The helmet’s interior does not compromise on comfort, with soft pads that absorb moisture. The pads have hook and loop fasteners which allow easy removal for washing. The helmet is designed with eleven ventilation holes to ensure your little one’s head is cool at all times.
To keep your little one’s helmet clean, please remove the comfort cushions in the IAS system and in the cycling helmet. These can be washed with a mild detergent at 30°C. Dry the comfort cushions at room temperature. The cycling helmet should be cleaned with lukewarm water and a mild soap solution. Do not use solvents (e.g. paint thinner).
The IAS system is a size adjustment system that can adapt the cycling helmet individually to any head shape. The free-floating design of the ring system provides optimum adjustment, easy use, and maximum ventilation. The setting is made with the wheel located on the back of the cycling helmet – clockwise to make the helmet tighter, counterclockwise to make it looser.
To ensure the safety of your little one, make sure to measure for the helmet size correctly:
- Use a flexible measuring tape around the head. You should position it just above the eyebrows. Make sure the measuring tape lays flat against the head but doesn’t pinch. It should be level all the way around
- Read the measurement off the tape. Take several measurements. The largest measurement you take is the measurement to go by. Make a note of this measurement so that you will remember it when it comes to choosing a helmet
- Select a helmet designed to fit your kid’s head circumference. Most helmets are designed to fit a range of head circumference measurements.
- Try the helmet on. Your little one should try the helmet on before purchasing to ensure it fits correctly. The helmet should cover both the forehead and the back of the head. If they put it on and shake their heads front and back or side to side, the helmet shouldn’t wobble in either direction.