Lezyne Helmet Mount

Lezyne Helmet Mount
Lezyne Helmet Mount
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Helmet Mount by Lezyne
Strapping one of Lezyne's high-performance LEDs will require a little more strength than a wimpy plastic mount. The Lezyne Aluminum Helmet Mount is made from, you guessed it, aluminum, for a high strength-to-weight and the ability to hang on during rough descents. The spherical pivot allows you to point the light wherever you want to once it has been mounted to the helmet. The Lezyne Aluminum Helmet Mount is compatible with the Mega Drive, XL line, and 2012 LED lights.

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