With its narrow shape and closed shell, the Lazer Bullet 2.0 is an aerodynamic helmet. Yet with a small adjustment, the Bullet 2.0 turns into a well-ventilated piece of equipment, something which is much appreciated on warm July days. 

The Lazer Bullet 2.0

This small adjustment is made possible by the unique Airslide system on the Bullet 2.0. Closing the Airslide increases the aerodynamic performance, ideal for triathlons where speed is everything. When ventilation is required, like on a hot summers day, the Airslide system can be opened in the front to create an airflow throughout the helmet and out the exhaust vents at the rear.

The Lazer Bullet 2.0 features an interior that was designed with a smart air channelling system. This system is what increases and distributes more airflow inside the helmet. Inspired by Formula 1, the Venturi rear top cap allows additional airflow throughout the helmet for added comfort when riding. Lazer claims the Bullet 2.0 has a thermal heat loss of  11% over the original Bullet and 4% versus the Z1.

Included on the Lazer Bullet 2.0 is a magnetic lens system, which not only increases aerodynamics, but also vision on the road. The lens acts as a shield to the dirt, gravel and stones found on the road. If a shield isn’t your thing, you can easily dock the lens at the back of the helmet.

Besides the Airslide system to improve ventilation and comfort, the Lazer Bullet 2.0 uses the Advanced Turnfit System to provide a snug fit for the duration of your ride. The updated Turnfit system also includes an integrated rear LED light to keep you safe on your early morning rides.

The Lazer Bullet 2.0 with the magnetic lens system retails for $380.

Specifications

  • 8 vents + Airslide system
  • Venturi and spare top caps included
  • Smart internal ventilation channelling
  • Advanced Turnfit® system with standard rear LED
  • Reflective logo’s (flash yellow and black colourways only)
  • Optical lens as standard
  • Sizes: S / M / L
  • Weight: 375g (S)
  • CE/ CPSC/ AS certified

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