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$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This... Read More

Smith
$80.00 at The-House.com

The Smith Maze Bike Helmet is the go-to helmet for a clean, modern look and urban-friendly cruising.Key Features of the Smith Maze... Bike Helmet: Lightweight In-Mold Construction Self-Adjusting Lifestyle Fit System 9 vents X-Static Performance Lining Ultra-light single layer webbing AirEvac goggle ventilation Read More

Smith
$61.95 at The-House.com

You only get one head and, with Smith's Gage Helmet, you only need one brain bucket to protect it. The Gage is fully certified for... both snow and bike use, so you tear up the park and then take to the summer streets without needing to stop at home and switch out your helmet. No matter where you're rocking it, the Gage's Bombshell ABS shell and EPS foam liner will protect your dome from impacts, and the self-adjusting Lifestyle Fit System gives it a snug, comfortable fit whether you're wearing it on its own or rocking a beanie underneath. 12 Airflow vents keep your brain from overheating, and the AirEvac 2 ventilation system is designed to work with Smith goggles to keep your shades fog-free all year round. You can slip compatible Skullcandy audio systems into the ear pads if you want to rock out while you ride, or pop the earpads off entirely for a cooler summertime feel. Either way, there's no excuse for not protecting your head. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$219.95 at Backcountry.com

The team at Smith, having spent decades reducing lens fogging, knows quite a bit about ventilation. One look at the Forefront Helm...et, with its breathable Koroyd tube structure, shows how willing they are to depart from convention to create a product that's truly great. The Koroyd tubes are tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 285grams. It's not just a cool-looking helmet that protects your head, though. The AirEvac system, borrowed from its snow helmets, moves hot air away from your glasses or goggles to keep them fog-free. The visor has two positions to keep the sun out of your eyes, and there's also a threaded brass insert on the top of the helmet designed to accept aftermarket mounting kits for GoPro cameras and Light and Motion lights. The helmet's fit is secured via Smith's VaporFit retention system, which anyone familiar with Smith's snow line will be familiar with. Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

Smith
$249.95 at Backcountry.com

At first glance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that the Smith Overtake Helmet couldn't possibly be aerodynamic. Just look at all ...those little Koroyd tubes, sucking air right down to your head, cooling you as you ride! But, the engineers at Smith, in conjunction with aerodynamics guru Len Brownlie, ensured that the Overtake was competitive on all fronts, including aerodynamics. Over a 40k time trial, the Overtake was only about a second slower than the Specialized Evade, and was over four seconds faster than Giro's Air Attack. Back to those Koroyd tubes, though. They're tiny, extruded, co-polymer tubes that absorb about 30% more impact than traditional EPS foam, and, due to their hollow nature, allow air to flow freely in a way that foam simply can't. On top of that, the microstructures allow for less material to be used in the construction of the helmet, which adds up to a highly-protective helmet that weighs in at just about 250 grams. Read More

Smith
$289.95 at Backcountry.com

For cyclists who can appreciate the aerodynamic, weight savings, and heat evacuation of the new Overtake Helmet, but who also have...n't forgotten a bike helmet's first and most important job, Smith is offering the new Overtake with MIPS technology. This isn't to say that the regular Overtake is unsafe -- in fact, quite the opposite is true courtesy of Koroyd's impact absorbing properties. But just because something is good, doesn't mean it can't be better. By incorporating MIPS, Smith has proven that there is always room for improvement. MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact System) addresses the specific pressures of an oblique, or non-direct impact, by separating the outer shell from the inner, MIPS layer. In the event of an angled impact, the outer layer slides across the MIPS layer, dissipating rotational force to reduce brain deformation. Since the impact of cycling crashes tends to happen at angles other than 90 degrees, this added element of protection will likely come into play if you take an unfortunate tumble. The rest of the features are the same as those of the non-MIPS Overtake, including the distinctive Koroyd layer. Koroyd is what Smith is calling the funny looking layer of honeycomb matter that runs beneath the outer shell and more traditional EPS foam. It's made of thousands of tiny, extruded co-polymer tubes that absorb impact but have a fenestrated surface that allows for a level of breathability impossible to achieve with solid EPS foam while absorbing a claimed 30% more energy. Plus, it's pretty cool looking, especially in Smith's mix of contrasting and complementary color schemes. Now for aerodynamics, which has become the buzz word in cycling helmets of late. Smith is aware that the Overtake would have to stack up against the industry's best in this department or it would be received as just another novelty act, so it brought in Len Brownlie, an aerodynamics guru whose CV includes helping Commonwealth Games champion Tara Whitten dial her time tria... Read More

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