The Rose Top
The Rose Pod

What is Mass Impact

Our bespoke technology provides the very best protection on the market.

The tech employed in our helmet works on two levels:

1. The Top

The thermoplastic part is designed to dampen low speed impacts whilst its vibration damping properties allow for low speed impacts to be spread evenly across its surface area.

2. The Pod

This collapsible structure is designed to buy time in much the same way a car bumper does, collapsing down by controlling the energy transmitted to the head.

Development and Testing

Our headgear is designed to protect using our patented technology which is designed and placed in our helmet resulting in bringing down the risk of concussion.  We’re sure you’re aware of how important protection is for low speed impacts that you get in flag, 7v7 or non-tackle football?

How does your helmet protect against lower speed hits?

The all over coverage provides both linear and rotational protection and force reduction which means that the lower speed hits have a reduced force transmitted to the brain which in turn, leads to a reduction in brain shake, which we’re sure you already know is key.  That’s why you visited us, right?

It is this acceleration that our patented technology reduces.  The slower the brain hitting the skull, the better it is for your brain.

What does a STAR rating from Virginia Tech mean?

This means that the protective headwear linear and rotational impacts are graded on their ability to reduce the risk of concussion.

It means that wearing our helmet is a safer option than not wearing one and the vast majority of protective headgear on the market.  Where’s your head at?


That risk is made up of a linear value, the value to which force is driven into the skull in a straight line, and rotational value, which is the force it takes to spin the head.  The lower the value the better it is for the brain as this means less acceleration and banging against the inside of the skull.

How do I find out more about the company that tested your helmet?

Our helmet has been tested at the labs of Virginia Tech, USA.  They have a wealth of expertise that you can check out here.  More importantly they have a set of protocols and methods for testing helmets across a range of sports, and a set of impacts.  You can find the details of the testing methods we have used here and here.

The head to head and mallet impacts represent some tough impacts (up to 4ms) against hard surfaces, such as a skull or stray knee.

Can we eradicate concussion in rugby, flag football or 7v7?

We need to stress that nobody can totally eliminate the risk of concussion; however you can as a player concentrate on technique, wearing the right equipment and playing in the right way.  Wearing any head gear does not give any player a superpower and you should look after your head – it’s the only one you’ll get!

We can help you do this with our technology and we pride ourselves on a helmet which definitely reduces your risk of concussion and brain injury.



What features do your materials have?

We use washable fabrics that stretch, twist and breathe.  The choice of fabrics is as important as the technology.  Players need something to fit snugly without discomfort.  

Can I customise a helmet?

Players need to look and feel the part so we use fabrics that support logos, printing and a huge variety of colours so that teams can have their own unique branding instead of the manufacturer’s.

We have machine wash tested the Halo and it is the only machine washable helmet on the market.

How does the helmet stay in place?

The hook and loop closure secures the helmet on your head, fastening under your chin and the laces at the back are elasticated to allow a certain amount of stretch, but still maintaining a snug fit on your head.