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Lazer Blade+ MIPS Helmet 128462

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  • Protection System : MIPS
  • Fit Adjustment System : Yes

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Lazer Blade+ MIPS Helmet - Small (52-56cm), Medium (55-59cm), Large (58-61cm)

  • Its narrow shape combined with the Advanced Rollsys® retention system provides an excellent fit and great adjustability
  • Includes a bottomshell to provide a clean finish and additional impact protection, in the event of a crash this layer absorbs much of the energy created by a blow to the head
  • Fit System Advanced Rollsys® Retention System
  • Construction - In-mold
  • 22 vents
  • Weight - 230g for the small

The Lazer Blade+ MIPS Helmet is dripping with the same style and class of our top end Z1 helmet, the Blade+ helmet combines great looks with high performance.

MIPS imitates the brain's way of protecting itself by giving the helmet its own low-friction layer between the outer shell and the liner.

Good ventilation keeps you cool and the weight is kept down to make sure you can fly down the road in comfort.

MIPS or Multi-directional Impact Protection System adds an additional safety aspect to the helmet. It outfits a helmet with a low friction layer that reduces rotational forces in case of a crash. This replicates the brain’s own protection system.

How it works: The shell and liner of the helmet are separated by a low friction layer. This means the shell of the helmet can move relative to the liner. In case of an impact the low friction layer will rotate and help to absorb a part of the impact, thereby reducing the rotational forces to the head. MIPS doesn’t interfere with helmets existing protective properties – it only adds an additional way to counter the most common type of impacts and helps protect against the most severe type of brain injuries. Lazer has developed this technology in collaboration with some of the largest universities in Sweden and has tested its efficiency with computer models and real life testing, so you don’t have to.