Other colours available
Available Colours: Black or Black/Charcoal, Custom colour combinations also available.
Safety Standards: Kitemarked to PAS015:2011 and BSEN1384; Certified by SEI to ASTM F1163.
Disciplines: Showjumping, General Riding, Hacking, New Rider & Riding Club
Sizes: 6 3/8 - 8 (52cms – 65cms)
|English helmet sizes||6 3⁄8||6 1⁄2||6 5⁄8||6 3⁄4||6 7⁄8||7||7 1⁄8||7 1⁄4||7 3⁄8||7 1⁄2||7 5⁄8||7 3⁄4||7 7⁄8||8|
|Jockey sizes||00 1⁄2||0||0 1⁄2||1||1 1⁄2||2||2 1⁄2||3||3 1⁄2||4||4 1⁄2||5||5 1⁄2||6|
Helmets are sensitive to extreme heat (70°C+) and solvents (dry cleaning fluids).
Cleaning of the interior should be done using Charles Owen helmet cleaning products, followed by vacuum drying the lining. It is important to use the minimum amount of water as helmets are difficult to dry and easily become mouldy. With any cleaning agent, it is important to test a small section to establish any allergic reaction.
After riding, leave the helmet in a warm, dry place overnight. Do not dry in front of a fire or on a radiator. Do not store it in a plastic bag before dry.
Mud on velvet is best left to dry and then brushed off. The pile of the fabric can be revived by holding in steam from a boiling kettle (excluding Ayr 8 Classic).
The Wellington Professional is a low profile helmet covered in microfibre suede that is striking example of contemporary equestrian safety and fashion. It boasts a coordinated harness with fully adjustable padding at the base of the skull as well as four perforated ventilation holes visible only from the inside. Also available in a variety of colors, ranging from solids to a number of different combinations.
A member of the famous Whitaker show jumping dynasty, Ellen is currently ranked 16th in the UK and is a rising star in the show jumping world.