Cycling Active Magazine compared the Lazer Blade against 6 other helmet brands with the Blade coming out on top!
This helmet closely resembles the top-end Lazer Z1 model and is a hugely impressive lid with lots of great features.
See more about the Lazer Blade helmet on our website here!
Anyone who has cursed retention straps for creating pressure points at the base of the head, should try the Z1. Its design feels wonderfully free and open in the rear, particularly since there’s no tension dial cluttering up the base of the skull. In testing, I especially appreciated the streamlined design when I was tucked down low in the drops; with a flat back and craned neck, I felt none of the helmet-clutter that I’d grown used to in other helmets. It felt, in fact, like I was wearing no helmet at all.
Not just for cycling! David Weir finishes second in the London Marathon with Lazer Wasp Air!
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Spring bike commuting essentials from Active Junky includes the Lazer Helium MIPS helmet!
Among the coolest, lightest helmets in its category, the 260g Helium has remained a popular recreational and competitive helmet. With the addition of MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System), this version makes a compelling case to upgrade to a 7-piece, in-mold model in 2015.
Phil Gaimon capitalized on the incredible efforts of his teammates at the Redlands Bicycle Classic, taking home the yellow jersey after five days of savvy, hard racing for the Orange & Black.
The Ultrax features the easy to use Advanced Turnfit system (or Autofit® Retention System) so the helmet always delivers a quick and easy comfortable fit. It has 23 vents ensure the helmet interior stays cool and comfortable. It features an adjustable (and removable) Visor so you can adapt for riding in all sunlight conditions.
The Lazer Z1 is the most comfortable helmet that I have ever worn. Combining sleek design and cranium hugging fit plus the accessory aero shell and fancy-pants magnetic eyewear, and it’s not hard to justify the price tag of around £170. Some of you will gasp at this cost, but then this is not for you. This is your best of the best helmet that you will save and cherish save for race day, and it will earn its keep every time, whether you ‘use’ it or not. If value is your priority, Lazer have other models.
Check out this video of Lazer Helmeteer Murray Buchan in Breckenridge Colorado!
Murray is wearing the Lazer Revert Snow Helmet and you can find more information about the Revert on our website!