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Team Wendy Launches New Helmet Liner Raising The Bar On Comfort

New CloudLine™ System Available for Review at SHOT Show in January

CLEVELAND, OH (Dec. 17, 2019) – Cleveland-based Team Wendy®, a leading provider of exceptional head protection systems, announced today the immediate availability of the CloudLine™ System, a new drop-in helmet liner designed for exceptional comfort while upholding the safety standards operators have come to expect from the brand.

The liner, named CloudLine™ for its unique comfort grade, features the softest Team Wendy patented Zorbium® foam to-date, used in strategically placed hexagon-shaped comfort pads designed to prevent hot spots while maintaining protection. Furthermore, the exceptionally comfortable liner is optimized for the widest range of ground combat helmets on the market. Previous Team Wendy drop-in liners were developed around specs of the standard ACH/ECH helmets, while CloudLine is designed to fit a broader range of helmets, including those used throughout special operations communities.

“This liner is designed to feel as comfortable and effortless as a baseball cap,” said Team Wendy CEO Jose Rizo-Patron. “The CloudLine System furthers Team Wendy’s position as the market leader in drop-in helmet systems, combining the best in comfort and protection with the ability to customize fit.”

The system includes:
• Three impact liner pads (front, crown, rear)
• Four thick hexagon-shaped Cloud pads
• Seven soft comfort pads in various shapes and sizes
• Ten Velcro® brand hook disks

CloudLine retails for $109.99 and is available for purchase on TeamWendy.com and through authorized Team Wendy dealers.

CloudLine exceeds ACH blunt impact requirements (AR/PD 10-02) and is compatible with nearly all standard ground combat helmets, though some models may also require a CAM FIT™ Retention System retrofit in order for the CloudLine System to fit properly.

Attendees of the upcoming SHOT Show convention in Las Vegas will be among the first to experience the new liner. The trade show, running from Jan. 21 through Jan. 24 at the Sands Expo Center, draws more than 60,000 people each year across a myriad of communities, including military, law enforcement and SAR professionals.

Media and patrons are invited to try out the CloudLine system. Team Wendy will be located at booth 8311 on level one.

10 Responses to “Team Wendy Launches New Helmet Liner Raising The Bar On Comfort”

  1. MP says:

    Will these fit into an Ops core fast? Ops core have stopped selling the lux liner pads. You have to buy a complete inner shell with pads which seems crazy.
    If these fitted the ops core it would be a great option.

    • Team Wendy says:

      Good question, MP. Yes, the CloudLine System is compatible with the Ops-Core FAST helmet, but it does also require that you retrofit the helmet with our CAM FIT Retention System in order for the pads to lay right in the helmet shell.

  2. Cole says:

    When will the Team Wendy helmets be shipping with these included?

    • Team Wendy says:

      With CloudLine, we’re upping the comfort game for a wider variety of helmets on the market. This new system is on par with the level of comfort that Team Wendy helmets have always featured.

  3. Jk says:

    When our team got the new team Wendy’s I was blown away by how comfortable and well designed the helmet system. I can only imagine how “mo betta” these will be. On a side note.. Remeber the old foam doughnut and leather head band of the pasgt’s?…

  4. Nick says:

    Any chance these will work in a Crye AirFrame with a Cam-Fit system already installed? I know these are supposed to fit most helmets, but the AirFrame’s always been a bit wonky as far as fitting aftermarket pads goes due to the design.

    • Team Wendy says:

      Yes, the CloudLine System fits into the Crye AirFrame helmet. The pad in the crown of the helmet rests on the brim of the inner shell, but that shouldn’t be an issue for comfort or protection.

  5. Mehmaster says:

    Tested by the advanced airborne school and cleared for static line??