The Myelin commuting bicycle helmet has been designed by POC in Sweden, a leading manufacturer of sportswear. It has been made using 50% recycled plastics materials and is fully recyclable at end-of-life, built to enable easy disassembly into its constituent parts with special fasteners that avoid the use of adhesives or lamination, and interlocking parts that each hold the others securely in place. The fabric shell, the straps and pads are all made from recycled polyester, protection is provided by an EPS (Expanded Polystyrene ) liner, and the bottom ring is constructed from recycled nylon. The Myelin also features a new fit system with single piece straps that run through the entire helmet, instead of using separate sections that need to be anchored into place. The company wanted to address conventional ways of manufacturing bicycle helmets, where a mix of materials that are bonded together make recycling virtually impossible. Taking inspiration from a circular economy approach, POC have created a modular design using as few parts as possible, successfully combining safety with sustainability. This example has a green coloured edging and is size medium.