HOW MIPS WORKS

WATCH MIPS MOVE

THE MECHANICS OF A CRASH

Although no two crashes are identical, two main types of force — linear and rotational — are related to the majority of brain injuries. Most real-world impacts actually subject your brain to a combination of both linear and rotational forces. Watch these animated videos to learn more.

THE GIRO & MIPS COLLABORATION

PUTTING TECHNOLOGY TO THE TEST

We’ve spent years collaborating with the designers behind MIPS. The technology was developed by scientists at the Karolinska Hospital and the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden. The concept is based on 19 years of academic research. Through our extensive trials, we believe that helmets equipped with this technology may provide an additional measure of protection in some impacts.