Troy Lee Designs D3 Composite Helmet
It’s never easy for Troy Lee Designs improve upon the class-leading design and function of their D2 helmet, but they made it happen.
By integrating next-level safety devices and making functional improvements to the Troy Lee Designs D3 Composite Helmet, they have raised the bar once again for head protection in the genre with their Troy Lee Designs D3 Composite Helmet.
There is no MIPS involved in the D3 Composite helmet like the carbon D3 available but the D3 Composite from Troy Lee Designs but coming in at £100 less then the carbon with safety features still exceeding all bicycle certifications by a long shot, its not a helmet to turn a blind eye to just because it doesn’t have MIPS. Its £100 saving on the D3 carbon and has some awesome colour ways available for 2017.
Riders like Brendan Fairclough, Aaron Gwin, Steve Peat, Brandon Semenuk and Cam Zink refuse to wear anything else when they pedal. With styles and colours to fit any personality, the only question is: Which one will you pick?
Troy Lee Designs D3 Composite Helmet Core Features:
– Technologically advanced composite shell construction
– Digital wind tunnel-tested, aerodynamic shell design
– Revolutionary injection-molded air intake system
– 20 high-flow intake and exhaust ports for maximum ventilation
– Added eps and new headform shape for improved impact performance
– Full incremental sizing for greater range of fitment
– Deep eps channeling for optimal airflow
– Strategically placed interior chinbar shock pads for comfort and durability
– Removable, washable padded liner with coolmax™ and dri-lex™ moisture wicking materials
– Contoured 3d cheekpads fit anatomically
– Quick-release cheek pads for emergency helmet removal
– Purpose-built internal cavities for audio integration
– Titanium hardware for reduced weight
– Includes 2 lightweight, streamlined visors and a helmet bag
– Exceeds bicycle certifications: CPSC 1203, CE EN 1078:2002+A1:2012 ASTM F1952-15, ASTM F2032-15, ASTM F2040-11
– Not intended for use with motorized vehicles