The Lazer Anverz NTA helmet is designed to fit perfectly with your E-bike. It has the same style and flair as a moped helmet but the weight of a high end bicycle helmet. It brings the best of both worlds together: well ventilated, comfortable, lightweight, sturdy with a lot of coverage and a large screen visor. If all of that is not enough and you require even more protection from the elements, there is an All Weather Shell available to cover up all ventilation holes to keep you dry and warm. The integrated Advanced Turnfit® System creates a snug and comfortable sizing adjustment with a quick turn of the rear mounted dial. This helmet is also certified to the Dutch NTA standard so it is tested against higher impact velocities. The integration of a low friction MIPS layer adds protection against rotational impact, but doesn't interfere with the already existing protective capabilities, making safe even safer!
ATS enables you to easily adjust the fit of your helmet by using the turn dial at the back of the helmet. ATS prevents any hotspots or pressure points by making the adjustment around the entire circumference of the head. This system is used on road helmets that prioritize aerodynamic performance and on MTB and E-bike helmets to provide a more secure fit.
The Adjustable Head Basket allows the back section of the retention system to be adjusted up or down, changing the verticle size of the helmet depending upon the rider’s preferences towards comfort.
NTA 8776 is the Dutch helmet certification for speed pedelec and e-bikes with a maximum speed of 40kph. Helmets that are NTA8776 compliant have been designed and tested for higher speeds and harder impacts.
The dropped profile helps provide additional coverage and protection around the sides and the rear of your head.
The All Weather Shell is a snap on attachment that protects the rider from the elements. Snap it on the helmet when needed, and snap it off when it is no longer required.
The Magnetic Buckle connects quickly and is easy to use with full finger gloves.
Mounting an LED taillight at the highest point of a rider’s profile greatly improves visibility from the rear in low lighting conditions. This helmet model comes with an LED rear light.
The Virginia Tech impact testing uses the STAR evaluation system to determine the helmet’s ability to reduce linear acceleration and rotational velocity of the head resulting from a range of impacts a cyclist might experience. 5-Star indicates the “Best Available” rating possible. Virginia Tech recommends the use of any 4- or 5-star rated helmet.
MIPS is a brain protection system - engineered to add protection to helmets. For certain impacts, the MIPS BPS can reduce harmful forces transmitted to the brain. MIPS stands for Multi-directional Impact Protection System.
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