Abus Anuky 2.0 - Red Spots

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Abus Anuky 2.0

The Anuky 2.0 is a baby and toddler helmet for everyday use, specially designed for children and their requirements.

Safety, comfort and a stylish design – the Anuky 2.0 children’s helmet from ABUS is a winner for children and parents alike.

The designs are sure to make children’s hearts beat faster but the helmet doesn’t fall short in terms of comfort either. A simple size adjustment system with a fine adjustment function ensures that the helmet sits perfectly on the head. Three air inlets and outlets provide effective air circulation and help to keep the head cool. An integrated fly net also protects against insects. The soft padding can be removed and washed when needed.

  • In-Mold for a durable connection of the outer shell with shock-absorbing helmet material (EPS)
  • Extended visor for increased face protection
  • Helmet extends to the temple and neck areas for better all-round protection
  • Integrated LED light in the adjustment wheel for increased safety in darkness or dawn/dusk
  • Lower edge is designed to protect against damage from typical use by children
  • Zoom Evo Kids - fine adjustment system with a non-slip adjusting wheel
  • Size is adjusted with a ring made of robust and flexible plastic for optimum stability and adaptability
  • Excellent ventilation with 3 air inlets and 3 air outlets
  • Removable and washable padding for maximum wearing comfort
  • Sizes: S (46 - 52 cm) | M (52 - 57 cm)
  • Wight: 200 g (S) | 220 g (M)

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