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    • The 6D helmet uses Omni-Directional Suspension (ODS) technology that is supposed to reduce concussions in slower speed accidents. Then there are helmets with "MIPS Brain Protection System (BPS) the shell and the liner are separated by a Low Friction Layer. When a helmet with MIPS Brain Protection System is subjected to an angled impact, the low friction layer allows the helmet to slide relative to the head." Which helmet system do you guys (and girls) think is a better system?

    • Shoei has their own version of this (MEDS), only the top of the liner can move.
      I like the new VFX-EVO (VFX-WR in Europe) quite a lot, at least from internet reviews :)

    • I have the new Shoei and a Leatt 5.5. Both have an anti-head-rotation system. Its probably a good idea and in the long run will probably prove to be safer. Its hard to tell now just from playing with one but I can feel some slip in the Leatt by pulling the chinbar while wearing the helmet. I don't feel any difference when wearing it and just riding.

      I also have a MIPS bicycle helmet. It mostly works on a slip sheet of plastic between the shell and the liner. Again, I think it might work. Having broken a few conventional bike helmets I can tell you that the initial impact is generally exactly what the MIPS system is designed to mitigate.