Troy Lee Designs Stage helmet review

Troy Lee Designs Stage helmet review

Troy Lee Designs' hotly-anticipated Stage helmet has landed, but does it live up to the hype? Fox Proframe full-face helmet review Bell Super DH Helmet review Well, with its sharp lines, distinctive styling and classic TLD touches, it is arguably the best-looking lid in the lightweight/well-vented enduro full-face category. And aesthetics aside, it’s been built to exceed downhill full-face helmet standards. Safety features include a dual-density EPS/EPP inner shell and a MIPS liner to better protect your brain. As with the Fox Proframe and Bell Super DH , the Stage comes in three sizes, with different pad thicknesses supplied to tailor the fit (two liners, two neck rolls and three sets of cheek pads). The peak offers plenty of adjustment and sits high enough to remain out of view while riding Unlike the Bell and the Stage’s other big rival, Giro’s Switchblade (which comes in five sizes), there’s no retention ...

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