You go hard? Then you need an extra hard shell with eps impact foam protection!
A helmet is designed to protect you but should also look cool. The low, snug fit Gravity helmet is one of the slimmest hardshell designs available. The style of a skateboard helmet combined with the safety features of a boarding helmet makes it a faithful companion. The design is anatomically shaped for a great fit and tailored wearing comfort. But that’s not all! 14 screened aerodynamic vents help to keep your head dry and cool for lasting boarding action! Stay safe and have fun – the style is on your side!
TSG's hardshell construction keeps your head safe by combining a super strong injection moulded outer with a shock absorbing EPS inner shell. The protective EPS is foamed directly into the shock resistant polycarbonate shell, for a super light, yet extremely stable helmet construction.
A protective layer of PC is bonded to the front foam for a clean look and additional strength in the helmet’s bottom rim.
Every TSG helmet runs through rigorous testing in the lab and in the field being tested by the TSG team riders. That way TSG helmets are guaranteed to fulfil or exceed the most stringent international safety standards for personal protective equipment.
The TSG Tuned Fit system allows you to dial in your fit using different thickness comfort pads (2 sizes) on the interior. The low fit design of the helmet makes sure to protect the entire back and sides of your head without impairing field of vision or restricting movement. The snug fit was developed to offer a secure fit and maximum wearing comfort without the need of a sizing band. It is an anatomically shaped design that perfectly hugs the curve of your head - no slippage or wobbling!
The Gravity Graphic Design helmet offers several features to assure your comfort. An innovative air flow vent system delivers optimal air circulation and reduces uncomfortable heat build-up in the helmet. The soft ear pads with comfortable neckroll are simply attached with velcro to your helmet and add warmth and comfort to the helmet.
In 1988 Titus Dittmann saw the need for solid skateboard protection which would protect skaters from injury without limiting their movement. His determination and creative spirit helped him to create TSG. When Tony Hawk landed on his head during a loop attempt wearing a TSG helmet and walked out of it without a scratch, the brand took off. TSG work with several non-profit projects that provide humanitarian help for children using skateboarding or mountain biking as a medium.