Review: Endura SingleTrack II Helmet

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A few months ago I reviewed Endura’s MT500 helmet, and quite liked its fit and broad coverage design. So when the more affordable and similar-looking SingleTrack II helmet arrived at the office, I was handed the petrol coloured lid and told to get on my merry way. If you were to take a quick glimpse at both the MT500 and the SingleTrack II you’d likely notice that the SingleTrack II lacks the Koroyd honeycomb construction of the more expensive helmet. Aside from the Koroyd panels, there are a few more key differences between the two. The SingleTrack II features 14 vents, including the “Subaru scoop”, that are of a totally different design to the MT500 and are overall much larger. These are very generous air channels that offer plenty of ventilation when on the move, and as there’s no honeycomb to impede the flow, the SingleTrack II is quite a bit more comfortable for use in warmer climates. Like its more expensive brother, the SingleTrack II is goggle compatible. There’s a slight curve to the...

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