Louis Garneau P-06 Helmet

Louis Garneau P-06 Helmet
$93.71 $124.95 25% off
P-06 Helmet by Louis Garneau
Price subject to change | SKU: LGN006I

Louis Garneau P-06 Helmet

Triathlons and TTs can be pricey, since the equipment is exclusive to these events and not as widely distributed. Louis Garneau hears your pain. The Louis Garneau P-06 TT Helmet is packing the same features as many of the top-shelf offerings from other manufacturers at a fraction of the cost. One look at the P-06 and it's immediately apparent that this is a high-quality, high-performance piece of equipment. The first thing you'll notice about the P-06 is the dimpled texture on the top of the helmet. These dimples create turbulence, which makes you more slippery. It's the same principle that golf ball manufacturers rely on to make golf balls fly farther and straighter. The pointed tail on the helmet also makes it more aero by allowing air to flow smoothly over your back. The two large vents at the front of the helmet allow cooling air in, and moisture evacuation channels in the helmet use this airflow to pull moisture away from your skin. The patented Spiderlock Pro II is a helmet stabilizing system with lightly ventilated polymer neck support. It can be easily tightened on the head using only one hand, and its inclination can be adjusted to several positions. Because your helmet is worn next to your skin, Garneau incorporated sealed Airdry padding. This durable padding molds to your head for comfort and is fully washable.

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