Lazer Blade MIPS helmet review

Lazer Blade MIPS helmet review

Lazer has taken design elements from its range-topping Z1 and combined them with a front and sides that have a hint of the Genesis, and a unique rear end, to create the Blade. Best road cycling helmets: 14 of our top picks A helmet is born: Kask's Protone from start to finish An in-moulded polycarbonate shell protects the outer surface and edges of the scruffily finished EPS core, but the underside is mostly left to fend for itself. Fit is adjusted by sliding the rear occipital cradle to the most appropriate of its five heights and tightening the plastic band that encircles the head’s diameter with the top-mounted Rollsys barrel adjuster. Between the head and EPS shell is the MIPS’s perforated yellow plastic layer with four slim X-Static pads and conventional webbing straps fastening it in place. Performance My large helmet weighed 337g, no featherweight, but hardly anvil-like. Of the ...

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