Single-Mold Polycarbonate shell technology bonds the outer shell with the EPS shell forone-piece integrated design 19 flow-through vents control comfort by maintaining airflow through the helmet Heat-sealed moisture wicking pads keep the sweat under control System Integrated micro dial w/ Ergo-fit EVA occipital pad offers a precise fit Comfortable soft-touch webbing withcam-lock dividers offers secure adjustment and all-day wearability Removable visor System Integrated micro dial w/ Ergo-fit
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Light, fast, and ready to go in the sprint, Cannondale's CAAD helmet sports pro-level comfort and performance. Spacious vents channel a cooling breeze through the helmet, and soft, wicking pads keep the sweat from your eyes when you attack on the next grueling climb. One-handed adjustability and easy to use straps make it simple to dial in your perfect fit. - Small/Medium = 52-58cm - Large/X-Large = 58-62cm
Cannondale's Radius is a versatile helmet that is great for riding trails and roads. Its durable, one-piece polycarbonate outer shell is married to a dual-density EPS foam for excellent protection with a sleek, integrated design. Sporting 22 vents, the Radius sports exceptional airflow to keep you comfortable. The retention system offers EVA foam padding and soft-touch straps with cam-lock dividers that let you dial in the perfect fit. You also get a removable visor, allowing you to easily pop it on/off depending on the conditions. - Small/Medium = 52-58cm - Large/X-Large = 58-62cm
Cannondale's all-mountain-capable Ryker protects your dome without holding you back from all-day, all-gnar riding sessions. The MIPS system adds an additional safety aspect by introducing a low friction layer into the helmet that moves relative to the helmet, helping to absorb the rotational forces in case of a crash. Huge vents channel cooling breezes through the helmet, the padding is soft and easy to wear, and Cannondale's one-handed adjustment dial makes it simple to find your perfect fit. The lowered back of the helmet covers your occipital bones for increased protection and the visor keeps the sun and rain out of your eyes.
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