Lazer Oasiz MIPS Helmet

Lazer Oasiz MIPS Helmet
Lazer Oasiz MIPS Helmet
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Oasiz MIPS Helmet by Lazer
Lazer's Oasiz MIPS Helmet updates the helmet's three-piece, In-Mold Rigidity Brace System (RBS) and extended side and rear coverage with an inner MIPS lining, which allows the helmet's outer shell to slide across a cyclist's head and reduce the impact of lateral or oblique collisions. MIPS adds an extra element of protection to the RBS system, which works like a reinforcing skeleton to increase protection from direct impacts. Despite the addition to its protective arsenal, the Oasiz MIPS is unchanged in virtually every other aspect. The magnetic Magic Buckle clasp system returns for easy, one-handed operation -- even with trial gloves -- and a complement of 21 vents usher air through the shell, pushing heat out to keep your head cool and dry. It's also got the same Rollsys retention system general throughout Lazer's road line of helmets, which is a fully integrated mechanism that surrounds the head completely and tightens from all sides for a pressure point-free fit. The Oasiz is finished with antimicrobial X-static pads that stretch from the forehead back to above the ears.

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SKU: LZR000W
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