Equipment for the Carriage Driving Horse and Driver
Specializing in Biothane harnesses and parts for bot the competitive and the recreational driver
Protect your head in style with the revolutionary Trauma Void Lynx Helmet.
Trauma Void™’s Lynx™ helmet is the wave of the future and the next step in brain protection technology for the equestrian community.
This stylish helmet features Multi-Directional Impact Protection System (MIPS), which has been used in snow, motor, and bike helmets for years to provide additional protection and reduce rotational force. Of course, Trauma Void knows riders want to look their best in the show ring and this helmet offers plenty of style with a fashionable smooth matte finish. For comfort, there are plenty of vents, plus a removable and washable Coolmax lining.
To measure for the best fit, find the circumference of the head. To begin, use a flexible tape measure and place it 1-1/2 cm above the eyebrows, skimming the tops of the ears, take it around the back of the head to the fullest part. Using the rider’s measurement and the chart below, find the corresponding helmet for their size range. Please note that the rider’s hair should be as worn when using the helmet.
When you aren't using it, keep your Trauma Void riding helmet in a climate-controlled environment. Extreme temperatures as well as fluctuating temperatures can be detrimental to the integrity of the shock-absorbing materials within the helmet.
The inner Coolmax lining of your helmet can be removed and hand washed if needed. Lay flat or hang to dry. The smooth shell helmet may be wiped down with a wet cloth and the microfiber shell helmet can be spot cleaned with warm water and a damp cloth.
You should never clean your helmet with any alcohol-based liquid, as this will damage the helmets.
Located in the beautiful New England town of Freeport, Maine, Chrysalis Acres strives to provide a solution to all your carriage driving equipment needs. We ship globally, and have a physical showroom for in person shopping. We vend annually at Equine Affaire, MA and also at select carriage driving events