Super-cute and super-safe – the uvex oyo is both and, in addition to its great design, also inspires with innovative safety solutions such as uvex xTRA Shield and uvex KID PROtect.
The safety of babies and toddlers has top priority. That’s why a suitable bike helmet should be worn on the little head even on the very first bike ride in a child’s seat. It has to be nice and light, but also super safe. The uvex oyo convinces all along the line with its child-friendly design, soft bear padding and first-class protection. Thanks to the innovative uvex xTRA Shield, which integrates the helmet’s shield into the EPS material, the sensitive forehead area is optimally protected in an emergency. Particularly clever: the uvex KID PROtect attached to the back of the head reduces vibrations that are transmitted to the helmet on uneven paths through the child’s seat and also prevents the head from slipping off the back of the seat.
Features – oyo
- Inmould technology
- uvex xTRA Shield
- IAS size adjustment
- Monomatic closure
- FAS strap system
- 10 ventilation openings
- Bear head pad
- Plug-in LED compatible (not included)
- Standards: EN 1078, TÜV GS, CE
- Weight: from 250g
The same head circumference does not mean that the helmet provides maximum safety and comfort on every head. Advanced fit systems ensure perfect adjustment to the individual head shape in every direction. Precise to the millimetre and in no time at all.
Multi-level and anatomically shaped: The uvex Monomatic comfort closure can be opened and closed with just one hand at the touch of a button. So the chin strap always fits perfectly.
The Fast-Adapting-System strap can be easily and continuously adjusted to the exact shape of your head. This keeps the helmet firmly on the head in all situations and the strap always in the optimum position.
EPS is foamed directly into the impact-resistant polycarbonate shell. For a helmet construction that is as light as it is very stable.
The innovative silicone insert at the back of the head reduces vibrations and also prevents the head from slipping away from the seat back.