2015 Bianchi Sphere Helmet
Top Features of the Lazer Sphere Road Race Helmet
Fit System: Rollsys® Retention System
Construction: In-Mold (2 pieces)
Ventilation: 21 vents
Weight: 260g (XXS-M) CE
Certification: CE – CPSC – AS
Sizes: XXS-M / L-XL
Matt Black Celeste
Lazer Roll-sys retention mechanism
The Roll-sys retention system gives you accurate and progressive sizing adjustment using a unique roller at the top of the helmet, allowing you to easily alter your fit with one finger, even while riding. The roller regulates the tension of a cable that is routed around the entire circumference of the head, giving totally even retention without pressure points or pinching. The system automatically centres the helmet on your head an also accommodates ponytails. Roll-sys is patented by Lazer and only available on Lazer Helmets.
Rigidity Brace System (RBS)
Lazer helmets feature internal structural reinforcements that channel and dissipate energy for increased protection in multi-impact situations.
X-static includes a layer of fibres containing silver ions, this preserves the freshness of the padding by inhibiting the growth of odour-causing bacteria and fungi. The layer of silver ions also helps regulate your temperature, in hot conditions it conducts your body heat out into the surrounding air, whilst in cold conditions it reflects your body heat back.
About the Lazer brand
Established in 1919, Lazer Helmets, with headquarter in Belgium, designs, manufactures and markets its bicycle, motorcycle and leisure helmets in more than 40 countries, over 5 continents.
Lazer Helmets, the oldest helmet manufacturers in the world still in activity, are the result of 90 years of experience and passion. Our objective has always been to find an excellent synergy between design, comfort and technology.
Lazer Helmets stands for the passion of performance. Many great champions teamed up with Lazer helmets. Among them riders such as 2 time World Champion Paolo Bettini, former World Champion and Tour de France Green Jersey winner Tom Boonen, Geoff Kabush, Matti Lehikoinen and Melanie Mcquaid.