Lazer Helmets, the oldest helmet manufacturers in the world still in activity, are the result of 90 years of experience and passion. Their objectives have always been to find an excellent synergy between design, comfort and technology.
Fit System: Rollsys® Retention System
Construction: In-Mold (2 pieces)
Ventilation: 21 vents
Weight: Approx. 260g (w/o visor (XXS-M)
Certification: CE - CPSC - AS
Rollsys® - Turn me on! Simply control the size and the comfort by turning the wheel on the top of the helmet.
Featherlight - Minimum weight.
X-static Paddings - Antimicrobal and temperature regulating padding system.
Coloured Straps - The colour of the straps has been aligned to the helmet colour.
Airpads - Air channels built into the front of the Rollsys belt and pad for optimal airflow.
Insect Net - Vent protection to keep insects out of helmet interior.
Winter Padding - Insulated padding to keep helmet warm in cold temperatures.
RBS - Rigidity Brace System: Reinforcements for a superior helmet resistance against multi impacts.
Channeled Ventilation - Internal ventilation channels for optimum airflow.
This helmet conforms to, or exceeds EU Standards only.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by Anonymous Did not last - never again!
Started by loving this helmet and the initially the Rollsys system worked very well.
Sadly within a coupe of months the area where the Rollsys attaches to the front of the helmet kept coming loose meaning the helmet floats away from the head. Not a particular comforting feeling.
After six months the Rollsys wire on the right side started to show signs of corrosion due to sweat and areas of fraying. Saw the local Lazer rep and he seemed disinterested in the problem.
Today I took the helmet for it's last ride - the Rollsys wire finally failed and I rode home with the helmet flopping around my head!
All in all it lasted 11 months.
The helmet now lives in the wheelie bin. Temporarily of course before it's final journey to the tip!
18 May 2011