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Trident TR-1 Gen2 Tactical Helm
We think that for something to qualify as a dog helmet, it must address the specific needs of a canine's cranial anatomy. It must offer protection to vulnerable areas like the zygomatic arch, mandibular joint, and occipital region, as well as the eyes. At the same time, the design should allow full bite capability and ear articulation. And it should have a well engineered retention system that keeps the unit on the dog's head without hindering the ability to breathe or pant. By those standards, the original Trident (TR-1) was the first prototype of a working dog helmet in the world.
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