The Lazer Impala helmet is designed to elevate your riding experience, providing comfort and security while you ride and record. With extended shell coverage on all sides and EPS impact protection, it guarantees safety and peace of mind when riding, while keeping a low fitting profile. The included action camera mount allows you to capture your experiences as they happen. A big adjustable visor protects you from sunlight, low-hanging branches and provides a space for goggle parking. A contrast colour bottomshell is introduced to provide a clean finish and adds protection against wear and tear. The whole helmet is comfortable to wear thanks to the Advanced Turnfit System which provides 360degree horizontal and vertical adjustments. Strategically placed inlet and exhaust vents keep your head cool when cranking out maximum effort. It even features brow vents to provide maximum frontal ventilation. Everything combines to provide a helmet that is at home everywhere and ready for all conditions.
- Advanced Turnfit System: - Increased protection
- Internal ventilation channels
- Large adjustable visor
- Secure goggle parking
- Premium features
- Action camera mount
- Certifications: CE/ CPSC/ AS
- MIPS Layer: Provides increased protection against rotational impact.
- Weight: 325 g (M)
- MIPS system
Leading technology in flat displacement inside the helmet, designed to reduce rotational forces that can result from certain impacts. When the head rotates rapidly and comes to a sudden stop, the rotational acceleration can cause high levels of stress in the brain tissue. The tissue strain caused by these movements can result in various types of brain injuries. We believe that helmets equipped with MIPS technology bring the highest level of protection against certain types of impacts. MIPS uses a slip plane technology that moves inside the helmet, mimicking the same protection system that the brain uses. This layer is designed to rotate inside the helmet with the aim of potentially slowing or reducing the amount of energy transferred to or from the head. Science shows that if we can reduce the stress associated with rotational acceleration, we can reduce the risk and severity of brain damage.