The Journey from a sketch to production. This video showcases the development of the revolutionary Kranium helmet Liner ever since it was conceptualised at the Royal College Of Art in London.
Kranium helmets use a unique paper board developed specifically for impact absorption, called Dual Density Honey Comb Board or D2. This board is then broken down into ribs which are strategically placed to absorb 3 times the amount of impact as a regular Expanded Polystyrene (EPS) helmet. These helmets have been extensively tested against the standards at TUV test labs in Germany, HPE test labs in London and STG test labs in China.
The helmets are made from recycled paper as well to reduce their carbon footprint.
They are also 15% lighter when compared to an identical EPS liner.