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cLash MTB helmet

Clash White Black

Clash White Silver

Clash Red Black

Clash Black Yellow

Clash White Blue

Clash Khaki Green

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Rollsys® X-static Bottomshell Adult unisize

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Clash TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Rollsys® retention system In-Mold (2 pieces) 16 vents 290g (Unisize) CE – CPSC - AS Adult Unisize (54-61cm)


GO WILD


SPO RT

Sport


VanDaL All around helmet

Vandal Khaki Green

Vandal Black Grey

Vandal Grey Silver

Vandal White Silver

Vandal White Titanium

Vandal White Red

Vandal White Blue

• Rollsys® • Adult unisize

Vandal TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Rollsys® retention system In-Mold (1 piece) 16 vents 290g (unisize) CE – CPSC – AS Adult Unisize (54-61cm)

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2X3M All around helmet

2X3M Triband Red White Black

• Lazer Turnfit • Superb price/quality • Bottom shell

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2X3M Triband Grey White Black

2X3M Carbon Mat

2X3M Triband Blue White Black

2X3M TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

2X3M Solid White Mat

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Lazer Turnfit In-Mold (2 pieces) 13 vents 270g (M) CE – CPSC - AS M/L


teMpo All around helmet

Tempo White Silver

• Unisize • Insectnet • Turnfit

Tempo Black Silver

Tempo Red White

Tempo Blue White

Tempo TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

TEMPO BLUE SILVER

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Lazer Turnfit In-Mold (1 piece) 13 vents 245g (Unisize) CE – CPSC – AS Adult unisize (54-61cm)

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X3M All around helmet

X3M Red

X3M Black Silver

X3M Solid Black

X3M Solid Pearl White

X3M Grey Silver

X3M Ice Blue Grey

• Turnfit • 2Tone colors

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X3M TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Lazer Turnfit In-Mold (1 piece) 13 vents 260g (M) CE – CPSC - AS M/L


coMpact All around helmet

• Great price/quality • Comfortable fit • Starter helmet

Compact Sport Black Red

Compact Sport White Silver

Compact Sport Pink Titanium

Compact TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

Compact Sport Black Titanium

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Lazer Turnfit Glue on (1 piece) 12 vents 235g (M) CE – CPSC – AS M / XL

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LAD Y

I’ve been lucky enough to wear Lazer helmets for most of my racing career and after getting to know the family of people behind the brand I can really say nobody is more passionate about making a high quality product with a real sense of style while keeping comfort and safety the highest priority. In Belgium cycling is a so deeply part of

the culture and Lazer Helmets is synonymous with that culture. I hope to only wear a Lazer

helmet for the rest of my pedal pushing days!


Liz hatch Professional cyclist


Kiss Women’s helmet

Kiss White orange

• Rollsys® • Ponytail friendly • Adult unisize

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KISS Silver Blue

KISS White Silver

KISS Black Gold

X3M TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

KISS White Pink

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Rollsys® retention system In-Mold (1 pieces) 16 vents 255g (unisize) CE – CPSC - AS Lady Unisize (50-57cm)


LaDies seLection Women’s helmet

Tardiz Black Pink

Compact Sport Pink Silver

One City Spring Flower

Street Finish Female

Nirvana White camouflage

Genesis Black Pink

Oasiz Pink Silver

Helium Pink Black Silver

O2 Purple

Krux Glossy silver

Tempo Blue Silver

Street Spring White Grey

Genesis White Sky Blue

O2 Orange

X3M Ice Blue Grey

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DOW HILLN-

A friend of mine showed me this wall ride about a year ago after he saw one of the Metal Mulisha guys on a video hit this wall ride. So I have wanted to do this wall ride on my bike since, just waiting for the right time. It had rained the day before so it was a good day to get some friends together with shovels and do some work on it. The landing was the hardest part to make work as it was too far away from the wall. We did all we could with the time we had to work with to make it as best we could. I had a friend of mine tow me in with his motorcycle because it was a at run in and the take o was about 8 feet tall, so I needed to have a lot of speed going into it.

Brian Lopes 4x MTB World Champion


eXcaLiBUr Full protection sports helmet

Excalibur White glossy

• Motorcycle Helmet Know-How • Lightweight • Wide view

Excalibur TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

Excalibur Black glossy

CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Fiberglass Composite 16 vents 1000g (M) CE – CPSC - AS XS / S / M / L / XL

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KrUX raDicaL Extreme Urban Helmet

Radical Silver Glossy – Black Mat

Radical Red Glossy – White Mat

• Rollsys® • Cool Graphics • Unique style

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Radical Silver Glossy Mat

Krux Radical TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

Radical Black Mat

Radical Black Sepia Mat

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Rollsys® retention system Inside In-Mold (5 pieces) 10 vents 354g (M) CE – CPSC - AS M/L


neXt Extreme sports helmet

Next Gunmetal

• Unicolor, lot’s of stickerspace

Next kaki Green

Next White

Next Black Mat

Next TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

Next Black

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Multiple thickness padding Technopolymer injected 16 vents 457g (M) CE – CPSC – AS S / M /L

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S KID

My kids love their Lazer helmets. They are fully and easily adjustable, and they can do it themselves in a matter of seconds! They are great for the changing weather in Belgium when the morning trip to school could require a hat underneath and the trip home requires nothing... or vice versa! Lazers are comfortable and my kids think the designs are really cool! So, instead of having to beg them to put their helmets on for a

ride, I sometimes have to beg them to take them o!


Jonathan page Professional cyclo cross rider and Father


sKoot youth helmet

Skoot Black Grey

• Youth unisize • Rollsys®

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Skoot Fireball Red Black Mat

Skoot TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

Skoot Red White

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Rollsys® retention system In-mold (1 piece) 16 vents 255 (unisize) CE – CPSC – AS Youth unisize (50-57cm)


JUnior youth helmet

• Unisize • Turnfit

Junior Dream Pink White

Junior Fireball Black Silver

Junior Fireball Black Orange

Junior TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

Junior Dream White Blue

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Lazer Turnfit In-Mold (1 piece) 12 vents 260g (Unisize) CE – CPSC - AS Youth Unisize (50-57cm)

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nUt’z Kids helmet

Nut’Z White

Nut’Z Street Girl

Nut’Z Street Boy

Nut’Z Black

Nut’Z Race Red

Nut’Z Race Pink

Nut’Z Race Blue

Nut’Z Race Yellow

Nut’Z Race Green

• Autofit • Kids Unisze • Available with MIPS technology

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Nut’Z TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Autofit® Retention system In-Mold 16 vents 300g (Unisize) CE – CPSC – AS Kids Unisize (50-56cm)


p’nUt Baby helmet

P’Nut Solid White

P’Nut Solid Black

P’Nut Sky

P’Nut Horse Pink

P’Nut Dragon Fire

P’Nut Flower Green

P’Nut Horse Blue

P’Nut Dragon Green

P’Nut Flower Pink

• • • • •

Autofit Optional crazy nutshell Soft spot protection Baby Unisze Available with MIPS technology

P’Nut TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Autofit® Retention system In-Mold 16 vents 270g (Unisize) CE – CPSC - AS Baby Unisize (46-54cm)

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Mips Lazer and MIPS Lazer helmets and MIPS have collaborated to make one of the safest children’s helmets available. The Multi-directional Impact Protection System is now available in the P’Nut and Nut’Z children helmets to make then perform even better in the event of a crash.

Deformation of the brain from an oblique impact when the user is wearing a conventional helmet and a helmet with MIPS technology.

Mimicking the brain The secret behind MIPS’ unique patent comes from the human brain, The brain is surrounded by a low-friction cushion of cerebrospinal fluid. MIPS imitates the brain’s way of protecting itself by giving the helmet its own low-friction layer between the outer shell and the liner, to absorb much of the energy created by a blow to the head. The combination of the brain’s own protection and MIPS therefore ensures maximum protection for the rider. Very simple, yet very effective. The outer shell slides on impact, radically reducing the damage to your brain. MIPS imitates the brain’s own protection system and sets a new standard in helmet safety.

Real World Impact Testing Conventional helmets are tested by dropping them vertically onto a flat surface. MIPS has had 15 years of study and testing in Sweden by some of the world’s leading researchers and brain surgeons. MIPS is based on a different testing principle – reality. Because in reality when you fall, your head hits the ground at an angle and in motion, creating a rotation in the brain, which in turn causes major damage. With MIPS, the helmet absorbs much of that damaging rotation, offering you radically better protection. The MIPS patent was developed by some of the world’s leading researchers in biomechanics and neuroscience at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. In the same way that cars are now tested for side impact and have airbags at both the front and the side, MIPS is setting a new standard for helmets. The result of the MIPS technology in a helmet becomes evident when you compare the results of brain scans during impact. Both scans were taken when a crash occurs at exactly the same speed and angle, but the outcomes are very different. The more red areas, the more damage to the brain. Lazer catalogue 2012

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How it works When the head is subjected to an impact, the brain slides along a membrane on the inner surface of the skull, which reduces the forces transmitted to the brain. This natural defense system was copied and technically improved upon to create the MIPS technology which has shown a dramatic reduction of the forces to the brain. The result is that in case of an impact the chance of a brain injury or concussion are greatly minimized.


street JUnior youth helmet

Street Junior Black

Street Junior White Red

Street Junior Yellow

Street Junior Grey Green

Street Junior Brown Orange

Street Junior Blue

• Unisize • Lazer Turnfit

Street Junior TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Lazer turnfit Technopolymer injected 16 vents 430g Unisize CE – CPSC – AS Youth Unisize (50-55cm)

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MaX Kids helmet

Max Quack

Max Lion

Max Sweety

• Playful Designs • Lazer Turnfit

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Max Pink Dream

Max TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

Max Flower Girl

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Lazer Turnfit Glue-On (1 piece) 11 vents 256g (unisize) CE – CPSC – AS Kids unisize (49-56cm)


MaX Kids helmet

Max Police

Max Pirate Party

Max Buggy

Max Fireman

Max Shark

Max Blowfish

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BoB baby helmet

• Baby unisize

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BOB Chick

BOB Aquarius

BOB Hearts

Bob TECHNOLOGIES FEATURES

LAZER AD ANTAGE

BOB Flowers

UNI SIZE

FIT SYSTEM: CONSTRUCTION: VENTILATION: WEIGHT: CERTIFICATION: SIZES:

Comfit3 Glue-On (1 piece) 6 vents 277g (unisize) CE – CPSC – AS Baby Unisize (46-52cm)


MER CHA DISI NNG Merchandising


MerchanDising

Umbrella

Lazer Sunglasses

Lazer Cap

Cycling Caps

Lazer T-shirts

USE YOUR HEAD! USE YOUR HEAD!

ALWAYS ON MY MIND

ALWAYS ON MY MIND

Lazer Sneakers

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traDe proMotion

Magic Mirror

A2-size Posters

Lazer Banner (200 x 80 cm)

Lazer Beach Flag Tower of ProďŹ t

(3,6m high)

Lazer jersey

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AER SHE OLL

Lazer Sport continues its reputation in cutting edge innovation by presenting the patented Aero Shell.


aerosheLL The Aero Shell is a plastic cover, designed to fit perfectly over some of the Lazer helmets. The Aero Shell snaps into place and protects the riders head from wind and rain while still allowing for some air movement under the front of the helmet and out the rear vents. The Aero Shell is unique in that it is easily removed from the helmet when riding conditions are such that additional ventilation is desired. Snap it on when the rain is pouring down and pull it off when the sun starts to shine, the Aeroshell is the perfect tool to ride, in every possible condition.

Helium Transparant

Helium Tour of Flanders

Helium España

Helium Australia Flare

Helium Irish

Helium Pozatto

In 2012 the following helmets will have an Aeroshell available: O2 – Genesis – Helium – Sphere – Tardiz

Helium That’s How I Roll

Helium No Car

Helium Hell of the North

Helium Australia

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VentiLation research Wearing a helmet on a sweltering summer day can be hot and uncomfortable for recreational cyclists. For athletes, badly ventilated helmets may even temper top performances. Smartly positioned ventilation ports and internal air channels help to combat this problem. Are current ventilation ports and channels designed for optimal helmet ventilation? How can we improve helmet ventilation? To answer these questions Lazer Sport has teamed up with researchers from one of the most esteemed universities in Western Europe, the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (K.U.Leuven). Lazer has always been at the forefront of design and innovation. First we successfully solved the problem of excessive helmet weight. Then we created the ideal solution for adjusting helmet fit. Now we focus on creating a solution that provides optimal helmet ventilation. Well ventilated helmets are important since the head is an important area for heat loss. When cycling, only about 20% to 25% of the produced energy is transferred into mechanical energy 1; this is the energy used to drive your legs. Therefore for 75% to 80% of the total produced energy is transferred into heat. During climbing or sprinting, heat production is even higher. This heat needs to be removed to keep core body temperature within its limits. When core body temperature tends to increase, sweating will occur. Sweat allows the removing of heat if sufficient ventilation is provided such that it can evaporate. 2,3,4 Insufficiently ventilated helmets may cause heat stress and increased local sweat production5, as the head tries to overcome a deficient evaporative cooling. A well ventilated helmet helps to keep the head cool. The result? Longer and harder rides with less chance for overheating. In short, a well ventilated helmet keeps your head in the game and your body at peak performance. Cool your head! In collaboration with the division of Measure, Model and Manage Bioresponses (M3-BIORES) of K.U.Leuven Lazer Sport is currently investigating how helmet ventilation can be improved. How can we design the internal helmet structure such that airflow is not blocked between head and helmet? How can we improve inlet systems for airflow at the front and outlet systems for airflow at the rear? The test installations allow quantifying local thermal responses of the head under a helmet (e.g. skin temperature, air temperature and sweat production) at test persons in a wind tunnel while controlling ambient air temperature. Additionally, a setup is available to monitoring local ventilation e���ciency in the volume between head and helmet using a manikin head in a wind tunnel6. Based on the outcomes of this collaboration, Lazer Sport has reviewed and redeveloped the airflow systems of their products to maximize the ventilation and cooling. Lazer catalogue 2012

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Sources: 1 Capelli C, Rosa G, Butti F, Ferretti G, Veicsteinas A, Dipramero PE (1993) Energy-cost and efficiency of riding aerodynamic bicycles. European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology 67: 144-149 • 2 Lotens, W.A., Havenith, G., 1988. Ventilation of rainwear determined by a trace gas method. In: Environmental Ergonomics, Editors: Mekjavic, Bannister, Morrison; Philadelphia, Taylor and Francis, 162-175. • 3 Bouskill, L.M., Havenith, G., Kuklane, K., Parsons, K.C., and Withey, W.R., 2002. Relationship between clothing ventilation and thermal insulation. American Industrial Hygiene Association Journal, 63, 262-268. • 4 Havenith, G. (2003). Clothing and thermoregulation. Curr Probl Dermatol, 31. • 5 De Bruyne, G., Aerts, J. M., Van der Perre, G., Goffin, J., Verpoest, I., & Berckmans, D. (2008). Spatial differences in sensible and latent heat losses under a bicycle helmet. European Journal of Applied Physiology, 104, 719-726. • 6 Van Brecht, A., Nuyttens, D., Aerts, J. M., Quanten, S., De Bruyne, G., & Berckmans, D. (2008). Quantification of ventilation characteristics of a helmet. Applied Ergonomics, 39, 332-341.


BicYcLe saFetY/concUssions In all honesty, helmets are a necessary evil, they can be hot, uncomfortable and annoying… but you wear them in the hope that you will never need it. At Lazer we recognize that wearing a helmet is not always enjoyable or practical, yet we encourage every rider to wear a helmet whether you are a professional rider in a bunch sprint or a commuter on your way to work. Simply put, when you do crash it will provide protection against impact and potentially save your life. Lazer helmets are made to reduce the possibility of severe head injury. Research has shown that up to 70% of fatal cycling accidents are due to head injuries 1,2,3. So protecting your head in a crash is more than important. More specifically, it was found that wearing a bicycle helmet can prevent or reduce between 60% and 69% of fatal head injuries that are caused by cycling accidents 4,5,6. Lately there has been a heightened awareness of the frequency and effects of head injury in cycling and in sports in general 7. While this is more of a problem in contact sports such as football or hockey, cycling is not immune. Getting to know the signs and symptoms of minor head injuries as well as the risks of ignoring them is beneficial for every rider. While a head injury sounds very severe the more classic and widely understood term, “concussion” strikes a little fear in everyone. A concussion can be the result from even a mild force to the head. While the understanding of a concussion remains relatively unclear, much is known about the short- and long-term effects of even mild concussion 8,9: I. The likelihood of a second concussion is much higher after a first episode. II. Post-concussion syndrome can consist of dizziness, difficulty concentrating, headaches, nausea and vomiting, and may last from days to months. III. Repeated concussions may result in memory loss and progressive brain deterioration. So whatever reason you can find for not wearing a helmet, think about concussions and how easily you can avoid them by wearing a helmet. USE YOUR HEAD!

Sources: 1 Fife, D., Davis, J., Tate, L., Wells, J. K., Mohan, D., & Williams, A. (1983). Fatal injuries to bicyclists - the experience of dade county, florida. Journal of TraumaInjury Infection and Critical Care, 23, 745-755. • 2 Wood, T., & Milne, P. (1988). Head-injuries to pedal cyclists and the promotion of helmet use in victoria, australia. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 20, 177-185. • 3 Ostrom, M, Bjornstig, U, Naslund, K, Eriksson A (1993) Pedal cycling fatalities in Northern Sweden. International Journal of Epidemiology 22: 493-488 • 4 Thompson, R. S., Rivara, F. P., & Thompson, D. C. (1989). A case control study of the efficiency of bicycle safety helmets. New England Journal of Medicine, 320, 1361-1367. • 5 Thompson, D. C., Nunn, M. E., Thompson, R. S., & Rivara, F. P. (1996). Efficiency of bicycle safety helmets in preventing serious facial injury. Jama-Journal of the American Medical Association, 276, 1974-1975. • 6 Cook, A and Sheikh A (2003) Trends in serious head injuries among English cyclists and pedestrians. Injury Prevention 35: 287-292. • 7 Sankoff J (2011) http://triathlon.competitor.com/2011/06/training/ concussions-not-just-for-football-players_31289 • 8 Pearce JM (2007). Observations on concussion. A review. European Neurology 59 (3-4): 113–9. • 9 Brooks D, Hunt B (2006). Current concepts in concussion diagnosis and management in sports: A clinical review. BC Medical Journal 48 (9): 453–459

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X-static® paDDings Proven by US Special Forces, NASA Astronauts and Olympic athletes, X-STATIC® delivers unmatched protection and performance. Made with 99.9% pure silver, X-STATIC® enhances products with permanent anti-odor and antimicrobial performance. It naturally inhibits the growth of bacteria in fabrics, keeping odors in check and your helmet smelling fresher. X-STATIC® also has natural temperature regulating properties, reflecting heat back to keep you warm and evaporating moisture faster to keep you cool.

X-static® airpaDs The X-static padding, in combination with airpads, is the best ventilation technology on the market today. X-static padding keeps your head cooler when it’s hot and warmer when it’s cold. The combination of X-static padding and the airpads provide the most efficient method to keep your helmet well ventilated.

cooLMaX COOLMAX® fabric is the performance fabric that includes an effective fiber-based moisture management system. The system can move perspiration away from the body, and through the fabric, where it can evaporate quickly, allowing the wearer to feel cooler and more comfortable.

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Product Benefits • Eliminates Odor in the garment - Permanently • Regulates Temperature – cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter • Minimizes Static – the conductivity of silver dissipates static charges • Permanent Performance – lasts the life of the product


Magic BUcKLe The Magic buckle allows riders to quickly close or open the buckle connecting the two straps. With one hand the rider just pushes it open or closes it by bringing the male and female part close together, magnetic forces do the rest. Thanks to this solution the hassle of opening or closing your buckle is now a problem of the past. Even in winter when wearing gloves, riders can easily open and close the buckle without any diďŹƒculties. It will also prevent skin from getting in between the lock which is very handy for the under 10 and older riders.

rBs Rigidity Brace System: Reinforcements for a superior helmet resistance against multi impacts

Genesis / Helium Integrated roll cage for maximum reinforcement

Sphere / Oasiz / Nirvana Integrated reinforcement for all round protection

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technoLogies Coolmax

Adjustable head basket

Makes moisture disappear, dries quickly and is breathable

The rear head basket is adjustable in height for improved comfort and fit

Fabric

Aeroshell

Vent Tunnel Tested

Fabric exterior surface

Snap on cover that fits over your helmet and protects you from rain and snow

Helmet tested in ventilation tunnel facility

Rollsys®

Adjustable Visor

Aerodynamic

Turn me on! Simply control the size and the comfort by turning the wheel on the top of the helmet

Wind tunnel tested for maximum airflow

Turnfit

Colored Straps

DLA

To adapt the fit within the helmet in a twist

The color of the straps has been aligned to the helmet color

Dual Layer Aerodynamics

Wind Tunnel Tested

Featherlight

Head-Down Aerodynamics

Helmet tested in wind tunnel facility

Minimum weight

Optimal aerodynamics while riding with head down

Autofit

Rain Protected

Aquavent Ventilation port on the top of the helmet to disperse water over the head

Automatic fit system that delivers equal and constant tension

Magic Buckle

X-static Paddings

Integrated Light System

Magnetic buckle to improve comfort and ease of use

Antimicrobial and temperature regulating padding system

Light system at the front and the back for optimal visibility of the rider

Double D

Airpads

Reflective

Ring Buckle

Air channels built into the front of the Rollsys belt and pad for optimal airflow

Extra reflective features to increase visibility and safety

RBS

Perfopad

360° Reflection

Rigidity Brace System: Reinforcements for a superior helmet resistance against multi impacts

Perforated helmet padding to distribute water over the head via Aquavent

Reflective material around the entire helmet for additional safety

Double Density EPS

Insect Net

Reflective Straps

Lighter and denser weight foam used in more or less critical areas for overall weight reduction

Vent protection to keep insects out of helmet interior

Straps with reflective material for extra visibility

Neck Reinforcement

Winter Padding

MAGNETO

Designed with a special neck reinforcement

Insulated padding to keep helmet warm in cold temperatures

Revolutionary sunglass/helmet interface that offers the user improved comfort and superior fit

Visor

Hugger

MTP

Special padding to keep chin cool and comfortable

Multiple thicknesses of padding for optimal fit


size chart LAZER HELMETS 45

46

47

48

49

50

ROAD

Helium

XS 51

52

S 54

53

S

55

M

Genesis

M

L

Sphere

M

L Unisize

MTB

Adult Unisize M

L

Oasiz

M

L Adult Unisize

Vandal

SPORT

XL

Nirvana

Adult Unisize

2X3M

M

L

Tempo

Unisize

X3M

M

L

Compact

M

Armor

S

XL M

Urbanize

L

M

Krux

L M

CityZen Street

M

L

S

M

L

M

L

Women Unisize

Next

S

Excalibur

XS

Skoot

Youth Unisize

Nut’Z

Kids Unisize

Junior

Youth Unisize

Street Junior

Youth Unisize

Max

Kids Unisize Baby Unisize Baby Unisize

L

S

Kiss

BOB

XL 63

62

XL L

P’Nut

61

L

Clash

URBAN

L 60

M

Neon

BMX

59

58

Tardiz

O2

KIDS

M 57

56

S

M

L

XL

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sponsoring Road

Triathlon

Farnese Neri – Vini Sottoli http://www.farneseneriteam.com/

Julie Dibens http://www.juliedibens.com/

Pegasus racing http://www.pegasusracing.com.au/

Terenzo Bozzone http://terenzo.blogspot.com/

Lotto – Honda ladies Team http://www.facebook.com/pages/Lotto-Honda-Team/

Courtenay Brown http://courtenaybrown.com/

Topsport Vlaanderen – Ridley 2012 ladies Team http://www.topsportvlaanderenridley2012.be/

Energy Team ZuidWest http://www.energyteamzuidwest.be/

Kelly Benefit Strategies-OptumHealth http://www.kbsoptumhealth.com/

MTB

Texas Roadhouse Cycling http://www.texasroadhousecycling.com/ Team Mountain Khakis http://teammountainkhakis.com/ Foundation Cycling Team http://www.foundationcyclingnewyork.org/ G.S. Mengoni USA http://www.gsmengoniusa.com/ Hagens Berman http://www.hagensbermancycling.com/ US Military Cycling Team http://www.usmilitarycycling.com/ Team Swift http://www.teamswift.org/ CA Pools/DeWalt Racing http://www.capoolsracing.org/ RED Racing Women’s Team http://www.redracingteam.com/

Brian Lopes http://www.brianlopes.com/ Trek-Bart Brentjens Mountainbike Racing Team http://www.mountainbikeracingteam.com/ LUNA Chix http://teamlunachix.com/

Cyclocross Telenet Fidea Cycling Team http://www.telenetfideacyclingteam.be/ Cannondale-CyclocrossWorld.com http://cannondale-cyclocrossworld.com/ Jonathan Page http://www.thejonathanpage.com/ Molly Cameron http://mollycameron.com/ Adam Myerson Maureen Bruno Roy http://www.mmracing.org/


www.lazersport.com Lazer Sport NV Lamorinièrestraat 33-37 - B-2018 Antwerp - Belgium Tel: +32 (0)3 216 09 00 - +32 (0)3 216 39 00 - info@lazersport.com


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