Review: Lazer Revolution Helmet

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Weight: 428g

Lazer’s Revolution has a rounded shape with a good level of protection to the side and rear. With generous round the ear and back of the head coverage you feel safe and secure.

lazerThere are features and details that make it easy to use with goggles, should you choose – a lipped channel at the back of the helmet provides a route and security for the strap, and the ratcheting visor adjusts to fit them.

Uniquely, included earguards are easy to snap or on or off, and a chin guard (not available at time of testing) attaches with three bolts per side and has ASTM DH safety certification.

lazerI found the Revolution comfortable from the first wear with padding in all the right places, 23 vents for good flow of air and light (enough) weight. The fit is dialled in with a quick-to-adjust retention system that also offers tweaking of height at the rear, to tailor fit just so. Lazer’s ATS fit system is both very comfortable and secure; it stays put, it’s stable and it’s snug in use without pressure. Both the buckle and the position of the retention straps is excellent. The clasp simply falls to the right place under your chin and it doesn’t annoy your lobes.

lazerOverall: A considered and comfortable quality helmet with plenty of coverage and versatility. It’s good for enduro, it’s good for razzing about, it’s good for mountain biking.

Review Info

Brand: Lazer
Product: Revolution
Price: £99.99
Tested: by James for

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