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New helmet design - Less rotational injuries....

Discussion in 'Riding Gear and Bike Accessories/Parts' started by Victriple, Feb 21, 2010.

  1. Sounds like an interesting idea...

    Read more, and check out pics using the link below...


  2. ive always wondered why gel wasnt used in helmets, lets see how the tests pan out
  3. Sounds cool, wonder how it adds to temperature/cooling
  4. The testing looks very convincing. I wonder if they can get a few racers to try it and see what results are in the real world??
  5. Interesting point....
  6. I've been interested but haven't been able to find any Lazer stockists in Australia. At least, not for full-face.
  7. If it's a gel, would that mean it can freeze if it get's cold enough...not like we have to worry about that in Australia, but Europe in Winter would be a bit of a hassle. I'm sure an addition of anti-freeze will help, but would the property of the gel change through variable temps...heat can also liquify gel. However it does seem promising.
  8. "Philllips Head Protection" ????

    Well, it gets MY vote, that's for sure....