Lazer Blade+ MIPS Helmet (Yellow) (S)

Lazer Blade+ MIPS Helmet (Yellow) (S)
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Expected to ship Sunday, November 1 2020
Price: $99.99
 
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Exuding the same style and class as Lazer's top-end Z1 model, the Lazer Blade road helmet combines high performance and great looks in a value-laden package. It has 22 vents to keep you cool and the weight is kept light to make sure you can fly down the road in comfort. Achieving a perfect, comfortable fit is made easy with the helmet's Advanced Rollsys retention system. Its fully integrated mechanism surrounds the head completely and its fit is tightened symmetrically to eliminate pressure points. A thumb wheel at the top of the helmet controls the fit adjustment which makes for easy, one-handed use, even while riding.

Features: 

  • In-Mold construction is a multi-layer laminate design that delivers amazing strength and minimal weight
  • Advanced Rollsys retention system delivers a precision fit
  • MIPS protection
  • 22 vents ensure superb ventilation and cooling airflow
  • Ponytail compatible & Optional Lazer Aeroshell compatible, Optional LED taillight compatible, LifeBEAM compatible, Cappuccino lock compatible
  • Straps with straight strap dividers (SST) ensure the straps lay flat against the head
Specifications:   
Weight: 230 grams (S)

This product is expected to become available for purchase and ship on Sunday, November 1 2020

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Thursday, Mar 12 2020 (7 months ago)
Lazer Blade+ MIPS Helmet (Yellow) (L)
Out of the box the helmet is unwearable. However, if one uses large Dr Scholl's bunion cushions they fit over the plastic retainer bits that otherwise dig into your head. The liner is still able to rotate.
Some might say that I have defeated the purpose of the MIPS system. I don't think so and besides. I can't even wear it unless it has the pads installed so pads and wearing it seems like a better idea than wearing an old style helmet.