Nutcase Helmets

Baby Nutty, Dino Mite

Baby Nutty

in Dino Mite

Whether riding in a kid carrier on the back of mom or dad’s bike or gliding along on their own tokyobike Paddle, the Little Nutty baby size helmet will keep your little one safe and stylin’. The updated design provides maximum comfort and fit, while focusing on head support and posture for their little neck and head. No pinching and no tears with a Fidlock magnetic buckle system. Added safety reflectors on the front and rear.

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  • About Nutcase Helmets
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Nutcase was founded in 2000, by Michael Morrow, a former Nike Creative Director who saw the opportunity to make helmets exciting again! Based in bike city USA, Portland Oregon, Nutcase has the right community for product testing and improvement. Every year, Nutcase and their design team work with new artists, selected through an international open competition, on fun and creative new designs for their helmets. We appreciate all they do to make little tokyobike riders excited to ride, and safe on the streets.

We know the safety of your little one is a top priority whenever they run out the door. With cool graphics and fun prints, a no-pinch magnetic buckle, and smart safety features, Nutcase are the helmets they won’t want to take off.

Updated design provides maximum comfort and fit while allowing optimal head support and posture
Rotational motion can cause brain injuries; with MIPS, a low-friction layer slides 10 to 15mm in all directions, reducing rotational motion to the brain during impact
Lightweight polycarbonate in-mold shell with baby-tuned Crumple Zone EPS protective foam
Updated Fidlock® snap-and-go magnetic buckle system means no pinching and no tears
11 contoured vents for effective cooling
Heat-sealed, 3-piece pad set and GROW Flex Fit System cradle the head and provide individual fit and comfort
Engineered, tested and CPSC-certified for 1 year of age and older
Fits: 47-50cm

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