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Octane Cycling Helmet

Vendor S.T.A.R.B.
Regular price $216.00 USD
Sale price $216.00 USD Regular price $270.00 USD
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A full-face helmet that is very light and well-ventilated

The new Octane is a highly ventilated helmet designed for the demands of enduro and is the pinnacle in lightweight full-face protection. Whether you're racing downhill or exerting yourself to the fullest uphill, a ventilation system that channels air through the helmet will help you stay comfortable. To provide protection and comfort for all types of riding, features like a proprietary breakaway peak, the integrated Race Lock adjustment system, and a dual-material liner with portions in multi-impact EPP all work together. Long enduro races' climbing parts are perfect places to use the adjustable ventilation provided by detachable cheek pads and a grill over the mouth.



While an EPS top keeps weight low, EPP in the bottom portion of the helmet increases durability and sustainability.

An injection-moulded cage is included in the liner's bottom portion for further stability and strength.

The PC used in the construction of the exterior shell ensures remarkable durability.

The inbuilt Race Lock adjustment makes it simple to get a snug, comfortable fit.

In a fall, a proprietary breakaway peak will separate from the helmet, improving neck protection. A GoPro attachment may be installed on the underside's flat surface.

Ventilation is designed to move air through the helmet for comfort at high and moderate speeds.

Because they are simple to take off while riding, cheek pads provide additional ventilation during the ascents in between enduro racing stages.

Mud splashes are deflected away from the face by the grill on the chin piece. It may be taken off for more excellent ventilation in warmer, drier circumstances.