Lazer Sphere Helmet (Matte Black) (L)

Lazer Sphere Helmet (Matte Black) (L)
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The Lazer Sphere Helmet features the ARS Fit System; enabling progressive fit adjustment via a thumbwheel. It distributes pressure evenly around the head, eliminating hot spots and pressure points. The adjustable head basket is ponytail friendly. Eighteen vents orientated at a 15-degree angle assures maximum airflow when the helmet is in the riding position. In the event of a crash, a polycarbonate layer built inside the helmet keeps the foam together, offering protection from successive impacts. A docking area makes eyewear storage easy and bottom-shell protection helps prevent damage to the helmet foam. The optional Aeroshell accessory protects the helmet and offers an aerodynamic benefit when desired.

Features:

  • ARS Fit System: thumbwheel controlled, progressive fit adjustment
  • Eighteen vents for maximum airflow
  • Adjustable, ponytail-friendly head basket
  • Polycarbonate layer keeps foam together and offers protection from successive impacts
  • Compatible with Lazer Aeroshells for an aerodynamic advantage (sold separately) 
  • Docking area for easy eyewear storage
  • Manufacturer claimed weight of 260 grams

Specifications:
Fit System: ARS Fit
Ventilation: 18 Vents
Safety Features: -
Color: Black
Weight: 260g

This product was added to our catalog on January 7, 2021

Helmet Measurements:

  • Measure circumference of head 2.5cm above eyebrows
Circumference (cm)
S52 - 56cm
M55 - 59cm
L58 - 61cm

Helmet Fit:

  • Helmet should sit level on the head at eyebrow level
  • Straps should fit close on the cheek and behind the ear
  • Buckle should allow opening of mouth while not being too loose

Note: All measurements are provided by the manufacturer and may vary depending on how measurements are acquired.