TLD Stage MIPS Helmet
TLD has set the bar for full face mountain bike enduro helmets with the TLD Stage MIPS Helmet. Helmets do not get much more feature-packed than this, with nothing spared. In typical TLD fashion they have produced a sleek and stylish design with exceptional safety, comfort and ventilation. The Stage helmet is also one of the lightest full face options in its class. It has a dual density polystyrene design to better manage high and low-speed impacts. MIPS is standard across the range as well as a Fidlock magnetic buckle and X-static liners. Dial in your fit with the included range or liners, neck rolls and cheek pads for the most comfortable full face fit ever.
- Polylite Shell construction with fibre reinforcement
- Dual-density EPS co-moulded with EPP combine to safely manage high and low-speed impact energy (PATENT PENDING)
- Polyacrylate injected chinbar with EXOskeleton reinforcement
- 11 High Flow air intakes and 14 Open Core exhaust ports with deep max air flow internal channeling
- FIDLOCK magnetic buckle system
- MIPS brain protection system reduces rotational forces to the brain in certain crash scenarios
- X-static pure silver comfort liner delivers high-performance odour protection and quick-dry moisture wicking (*Helmet includes 2 liners - 13/10mm and 2 neck rolls 25/15mm)
- Jawpads / lo-profile cheek pads use Xstatic fabric and super soft interior surface for maximum comfort and breathability (*includes 3 sizes - 35/25/15mm)
- Wide Range adjustable visor +/- 40mm
- EPP lined chin bar for multi-impact performance
- Integrated anodized aluminium plastic breakaway hardware (Extra set included)
- Anodized Aluminium rivet washer
- Drawstrings bag with breathable mesh panelling
- Certifications CPSC 1203, CE EN1078, ASTM F1952, ASTM F2032, and AS/NZS 2063-2008
- Weight 690g (size M/L)
- 3 Year Limited Warranty
Ratings & Reviews
The best enduro helmet by far!
I've previously used converting helmets but found I never removed the chin-bar. For me, that functionality isn't needed. I run a separate helmet when I want an open-face. The TLD Stage helmet is lighter/more airy that anything else I've used. It feels really solid/protective, but at the same time very open. The chin-bar extends in front of your mouth quite a way and has large vents so your breathing isn't restricted. A very simple feature that I notice is that there's vents right above my ears. Hearing isn't restricted and I can scratch my ears. It seems silly, but being able to scratch on/around my ears makes a noticeable difference to comfort. The shape is great for my head and it comes with additional pads for fitment. It doesn't use an adjustment strap/cradle behind the head like the convertible enduro helmets, so fits like a normal MX/DH helmet. It comes with a drawstring soft bag and spare liner. In my opinion, the shape/design is better looking than anything else on the market.