"My career and my experience in the medical field and neuro world, combined with my passion of horse-back riding, is what turned me into a self-proclaimed helmet enthusiast. I see a huge amount of trauma at both jobs, especially those related to motor vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, and horse-back riding. Of course, not all accidents are preventable, but the risk of what we do as equestrians can be significantly decreased by proper safety equipment, specifically helmets. I CANNOT fathom how people choose not to wear helmets during their extra curriculars, but then again, I've witnessed the dark side of that choice as I care for my patients. I think what we often don't realize is how truly vulnerable the human body is, especially the human brain. Due to the nature of my job, I've unfortunately seen just how vulnerable the brain is, and why I choose to protect mine with Trauma Void helmets."
Read about how Trauma Void Ambassador, Jordan Fellers cares for noggins in and out of the saddle.
The showdown: Lynx™ vs EQ3™
What’s the difference? Trauma Void™ now offers two different models of helmets. With the release of the Lynx, our customers can now choose between more than just their color and finish. Read along as we break down the differences between the two helmet models with MIPS and highlight some features which may help you to determine which Trauma Void helmet is best suited for you.
What is MIPS? Where did it come from? How does it work?
Learn more about it here.