CE approved according to the requirements of EN1384: 2017 + additional tests to the higher requirements.
WARNING AND USE RESTRICTIONS
This helmet has been designed, made and approved to ensure optimal protection during equestrian activities. It must not be used for purposes other than those recommended by the manufacturer.
As a precaution, it is imperative to wear it during all equestrian activities. For proper protection, this helmet should be worn properly and adjusted according to the volume of the head; for this purpose, several sizes are available to the rider. For maximum protection, this helmet must be in close contact with the head and the retention system must always be properly adjusted and used in accordance with the proper instructions of the supplier. For children, do not take a bigger helmet on the pretext that his head will get bigger. To avoid the risk of pulling off the helmet, it is advisable to adjust and tighten the chinstrap (the two parts must be buckled by a perfect snap of the Dual Lock). To be properly worn, the riding helmet must not move forward or backward or sideways. Any other solution to change the port may compromise the safety of the rider.
Check the internal and external condition of the helmet and the chin strap before and after each use. When the helmet is not in use, it is advisable to place it, in its cover, away from light and not to expose it to a temperature below -20 ° C or above +50 ° C. It is imperative not to carry out repairs or modifications, and to transport it carefully. This helmet is designed to absorb some of the energy of impact by partial destruction of the eps or the shell, or both. As this damage may not be visible, all helmets that have been impacted should be distroyed and replaced. The production date is inside the helmet. The life of this GPA riding helmet will depend on the care taken in its maintenance and the frequency of its use. For daily or weekly use, it is advisable to change the helmet every four or five years. Any additional accessory, not approved by GPA, (eg camera), could affect its functionality and its performance.