THE M11 MESSIER PROJECT HELMET BY CASCADE WAS CROSS CHECKED BY MOM!
The M11 helmet. The Messier Project created by Cascade Sports.
The revolutionary new M11 helmet – envisioned by Mark Messier and engineered by the head protection experts at Cascade Sports – brings together the WHhigh-performance fit and feel demanded by pros and cutting-edge technology for maximum protection.
We at HockeyMom wanted to check into the Messier Project M11 helmet and what better way to do that than put one on our kids? From the moment it was out of the box we heard comments like : "It feels great", "It doesn't feel like my head is being squeezed." Can this be true head protection and comfort are really combined here? The M11 is proven to absorb more energy from high impact linear forces than other premium helmets.
The M11 features Seven Technology: cutting-edge liner system utilizing a ground-breaking impact attenuation system to more effectively manage energy transfer from direct impact; total material reset of Seven Technology liner system proven to perform better than EPP on successive impacts
ProFit System: dynamic contour system for 360° fit, no-tool micro-adjustments for fine-tuning, eliminates pressure points
Mono90 Shell: light, streamlined design reduces direct energy transfer, 20 vents for maximum air flow and comfort
Shell available in 15 colors
Vents available in 15 colors
Available in Xtra Small, Small, Medium & Large
-- Xtra Small: approx. 6 1/8-6 3/8, 19.7-20.9”
-- Small: approx. 6.5-7, 20.4-22”
-- Medium: approx. 6 7/8-7 3/8, 22.6-23.2”
-- Large: approx. 7 1/4- 7 7/8, 22.5-24.8”
So you may ask now what makes the M11 different?
The M11 is proven to absorb more energy from high impact linear forces than other premium helmets to provide maximum protection and features Cascade Sports' revolutionary Seven Technology, a cutting-edge liner system utilizing a ground-breaking impact attenuation system to more effectively manage energy tranfer from direct impact.
Learn more at www.themessierproject.com
*All images courtesy of The Messier Project