Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet
Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet

Lazer Finch KinetiCore Helmet

Regular price £49.99
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ADVENTURE FOR ALL

The Finch KinetiCore is a 5-star protection rated helmet that blurs the lines between youth and adult trail helmets. With great features, like the stylish integrated visor, brow vents for increased ventilation, deep coverage on the sides for stronger protection and the Lazer TurnSys system for an easy to adjust fit on the go. The Finch KinetiCore is also compatible with the Universal Lazer LED. It’s been designed for smaller head shapes, so it doesn’t look bulky and feels comfortable for women and youths who love shredding the trails.

    • Easy adjustment: The Lazer TurnSys system provides a tailored fit that’s easy to adjust on the move with one turn of the dial
    • Guaranteed fit: One size fits all. The helmet shell and fit system are designed to accommodate a wide variety of head sizes and shapes without compromising on looks!
    • Eyewear friendly: Recesses in helmet shape removes the pressure on inside of head caused by the arms of sunglasses
    • Effortless straps: Less material used, lower weight, less plastic. Enjoy a comfortable fit with the antibacterial and recycled stitched straps, featuring Polygiene Biostatic™ StayFresh™ technology
    • LED light compatibility: Increase safety and visibility by attaching the Universal Lazer LED at the rear of the helmet via the Direct Mount
    • Lightweight: 12% lighter than Lazer Chiru MIPS M CE
    • Reduced Plastics: 50g less plastics used than in Lazer Chiru MIPS M CE
    • Weight: 330g

Rated 5/5 stars by Virginia Tech*

*Since 2011 Virginia Tech have been providing unbiased helmet ratings that allow consumers to make informed decisions when purchasing helmets. Their impact tests evaluate a helmet's ability to reduce the linear acceleration and rotational velocity of the head resulting from a range of head impacts a cyclist might experience. Helmets with more stars provide a reduction in concussion risk for these impacts compared to helmets with fewer stars.