POC Tectal FABIO Edition
Approaching every obstacle with creativity and the inspiration to do things differently has always been the ethos we have shared with Fabio Wibmer. Now, as he leads and reimagines what is possible on a bike, and as we continue to lead and innovate in the development of award-winning protection, we’ve come together to develop the exclusive Fabio signature series. Everything in the series features details designed by Fabio himself.
Stay protected whether riding trail or enduro with advanced, lightweight protection in the highly ventilated Tectal mountain bike helmet.
Tectal Enduro and MTB Helmet
- Designed to provide more coverage at temples and back of head
- 360° size and strap adjustment system for the most precise and secure fit
- Includes an aramid bridge system for improved structural integrity and a reinforced EPS liner
- The unibody shell construction supports the integrity of the helmet while ensuring the weight remains low
- Tectal delivers lightweight, reliable protection that will keep you cool headed as you push your boundaries on the trail
Protective Aramid Bridges
- When looking for low weight in combination with a tough and durable structure, we added aramid in strategic locations just under the outer shell and molded it together with the foam liner material to ensure durability and protection. The unbreakable aramid weave bonds with the foam liner, adding a totally new structural stability. The concept was first launched in our trail mountainbike helmet Trabec.
- It is just one of POC's technologies that form our whole-helmet approach to POC design that we always take when creating head protection.
To introduce his new POC collection, Fabio Wibmer planned something big.
Gathering a crew of cameramen, a photographer, his trusted stunt double and a renowned director they head to Saalbach to present the new “Wibmer style” POC helmets, kneepads, elbow pads, sunglasses and goggle.
But some plans just aren’t meant to work especially when, at first, Fabio’s stunt double is injured – forcing the Austrian to do all the riding himself – and secondly, the director has very specific ideas about what a “good” production should be.
Luckily, in the end everything lives up to the Fabio Wibmer standard.