The Morpher Helmet was designed by Jeff Woolf, an English inventor, businessman, journalist, and innovation specialist. Morpher Helmets are very lightweight, due to their foam structure. There are 14 vents that are small so they may not provide the best air flow in the hot weather, but it’s their small size that makes the structure stronger.
The folding system is incredibly simple – it folds flat to about the size of a textbook, and 4 magnets keep it flat. Folded, it can fit even the small purse. To unfold it, you just need to pull the sides and put them in place with the help of the intuitive click system.
The traditional chin strap buckle is replaced by a magnetic one, which is very easy to handle once you get a grasp on it, making occasional regulation possible even while riding. Morpher is certified for heads with a circumference of between 20.5 inches to almost 23 inches. This makes it suitable for most teens and adults, but not necessarily suitable for very large heads.
It takes some time to get used to this helmet when you first get it, and to adjust it for the best fit, but once you do, Morpher is very comfortable to wear. We can say that this is the most practical folding helmet of all – it is very lightweight, super easy to fold, and so comfortable you will hardly notice wearing it. While it’s not sleek in design as Closca, it comes in a variety of colors and designs, including Matte Black, Regal Red, and super fun Spotty Dot.