X Shell Multi-hit
A New Standard
In combat, multiple hits are likely to come from the same shooter and be closely grouped. To be truly effective, a helmet must be able to survive a tight grouping. The random placement of the three shots ensures that no part of the helmet can be manipulated to pass mil-spec, but possibly fail elsewhere in the helmet.
This is especially true of AK-47 helmets, as the AK is an automatic weapon. Not only must a helmet stop all three rounds, the trauma must be survivable on all three. This is an exceedingly high standard, and a standard that our shells achieve at a level that is unmatched today.