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Review: Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Helmet

Sep 8, 2022 at 10:41
by Dan Roberts  
Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media

Earlier this year, Lazer launched their own rotational impact technology, dubbed KinetiCore.

It debuted on six helmets covering mountain, road and kids, four of them gaining a five star rating from Virginia Tech.

The concept with KinetiCore was to integrate the rotational protection directly into the helmet, rather than use add-in technology to achieve it. Lazer looked to working the EPS foam, removing material from the helmet in specific areas to create crumple zones that can deform and shear to dissipate the force of an impact.
Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Details
• Lazers own KinetiCore rotational impact technology
• GoPro mount
• Additional light
• Weight: 344 grams (size L, actual)
• Five star Virginia Tech rating
Colors: black, black/white, dark grey, light blue, blue, turquoise, blue green, dark green
• MSRP: $219 USD

The added bonus is that by removing material the helmet can drop some weight, improve ventilation and need less material to manufacture when compared to Lazer's previous models.

This all sounds great on paper. So we set to work, testing one of the mountain bike helmets with this new technology, the Jackal KinetiCore, to see how it all performs out in the real world.

Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media
Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media


The helmet uses single density EPS foam, but is heavily formed and shaped to create the blocks that make up the KinetiCore technology. The forming is most prominent at the front of the helmet, fading off the rear, where it houses the fit system.

That fit system uses a ratcheting dial at the back which is easy to grip and use, with or without gloves. It's also adjustable in height without delving in to pop the anchor points into a different setting. On our test helmet this was really easy to move, an issue that we'll get to later. But the combination of adjustments did mean that finding a suitable position for the fit system was a quick process.

The helmet strap is secured with a Fidlock magnetic buckle, which is now commonplace for high end mountain bike helmets. Its ease of use it its biggest selling point, meaning you can fasten it up in a hurry if you like riding around with the straps undone like a German tank driver. The straps are also adjustable around your ears with a simple sliding piece that alters the height at which the straps split.

The Jackal's visor is adjustable through three positions, although it is a little light on the indents for the positions. But it moves up enough to easily accommodate even big volume goggles securely. The bolts securing the visor to the helmet are hidden behind some snap-in plastic covers.

Also keeping goggles secure are two rough strips, one done in hard plastic and one in rubber. I'm not entirely sure why you need two, but both do a good job of gripping the helmet strap along with the overall shape of the helmet.

Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media
Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media

Glasses can find a home, of sorts, by poking them into the rear vents. I'm not so sure how intended this was, but it holds a pair of Oakley Jawbreakers fairly securely.

The padding is a one piece part that covers the front two thirds of the helmet and extends quite far around on the brow. It's removable and washable and the helmet even comes with some additional stick-on velcro patches, should one need replacing.

A camera mount strap is also included - it threads through the vents and uses the top most vent as a keyway to ensure a solid mounting, making sure all your vlogs will remain crystal clear and rattle-free. But you'll need an additional nut to make it work with the camera, as one isn't included with the mount.

There's even a rear LED light that clips directly into the fit system at the rear. The 4 LED light has five modes ranging from 40 Lumens to 20 in various solid or pulsing light settings. It even comes with a magnetic USB cable for recharging.

On top of all the physical features, the Jackal KinetiCore comes with a 30 day money back guarantee if you're not satisfied with the helmet. And there's a crash replacement program that means if you damage your Lazer helmet in a crash, you get 50% off a new Lazer helmet. Just keep your proof of purchase.

It's available in sizes S, M and L, with our L size test helmet coming in at 344g.

Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media
Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media


With the ratchet dial, adjustable height fit system and adjustable straps around the ears, you can quickly get the helmet into a shape that seems to work. But when I wore the helmet for any length of time I noticed some pressure points that gave the impression of someone grabbing my head with all their fingers, rather than hugging the entire head uniformly and comfortably.

The biggest and most noticeable pressure points were from where the fit system bulks up into a cradle shape, just behind the ears, and two points at the front of the helmet, right on the forehead. During rides it needed constant adjusting of the fit system tightness to find something that grips securely enough but offers the least amount of discomfort. For me, the best fit was with the fit system slid down towards its lowest position.

My current reference helmet for comfort is the Troy Lee A3, something that I can literally wear all day long and forget that it's on my head. With the Jackal, I know it's there all the time and it started to be a touch difficult to grab it for rides, especially if they were long ones.

Fit is completely unique for each individual, so the emphasis is definitely on trying before you buy. My head size is 58cm, which is well within the 55 - 59cm range on the size L.


The less-is-more approach of the KinetiCore inside the helmet does work when out on the trail. The abundance of extra channels from shaping the blocks of foam certainly allows a lot more air to flow and heat to escape. There's also a pretty substantial gap between the foam and fit system at the front of the helmet, offering more venting to the brow.

The Alps have been having the hottest summer in recent memory, with temperatures easily soaring up past 36° C on rides. With only some gentle air movement the ventilation is certainly noticeable, when compared to something like the Troy Lee A3, and you never feel like you're cooking your swede while wearing the Jackal.

Brow padding is pretty thick without being overly bulky, and extends well round to the sides of the helmet. As such, the Jackal gave no real problems with sweat dripping in my eyes when riding.


Other than the sub par comfort for my head shape, there were some other issues with the Jackal KinetiCore that I encountered while testing.

On my test helmet, the fit system height adjustment was very light to move. In storage and, more worryingly, when riding, the height of the fit system changed, leading to the helmet feeling less comfortable and less secure on my head. It happened the most on steep and rough trails that saw my head leaning more backwards, putting a bit more pressure vertically on the system. Lazer are aware of the issue, and all the helmets manufactured after May 2022 have a more positive ratchet in the system that should prevent this from occurring.

Another issue was found with glasses that have completely straight arms, like most Oakleys and even some Shimano pairs (Lazer is part of the Shimano group, ironically). The tip of the arms tends to bottom out on the helmet, behind the ears, and means that they don't sit securely on your nose, almost floating a couple of millimetres away from it. That then leads to the very annoyingly rattling around on your face when riding. This didn't happen with all glasses, but it's good to check if the Jackal works well with your preferred set of riding glasses.

Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media
Lazer Jackal KinetiCore Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media


The Jackal KinetiCore is one of the lighter mountain bike helmets out there with this number of features that we've come to expect on a high-end helmet. Compared to the Troy Lee A3, which comes in at 419g for the M/L size, the Jackal is a significant 75g lighter.

Compared to other helmets for weight and price, the Jackal costs $219 and is 16g lighter than Specialized's Ambush 2 ($180) and 36g lighter than the Fox Speedframe Pro ($170).

But is that weight difference noticeable when it's on your head? For me, the answer is 'No.' Simply put, the pressure points and issues with the Jackal were far more front and centre in the riding experience than any weight saving. The Troy Lee A3, for me, is far more comfortable and retains that comfort and secureness throughout the entire ride with no need for constant adjustments.


While Lazer may have more helmets with five stars than other brands have in their whole lineup, we do need to delve in a little deeper to the safety ratings and rankings provided by Virginia Tech.

The Jackal KinetiCore has a five star rating (out of five) with a score of 13.59. A lower score means that the helmet offers better protection, based on Virginia Tech's testing. Interestingly, the previous version of the Jackal has a score of 11.19, putting it higher up on that list.

For reference, the much compared to Troy Lee A3 Mips has a score of 11.01, with Specialized's Tactic 4 helmet currently occupying the top spot with a score of 8.55.

Lazer's response:

bigquotesAfter initial testing of the Jackal KinetiCore helmet earlier this year, Lazer found that the ratchet system in the back of the helmet could in some cases offer too much play and move too easily. Lazer immediately took action and changed production to address this movement.

As with all helmets, fit is a personal preference, and we know one helmet will not fit all heads perfectly. As the author acknowledges, the Jackal KinetiCore offers features to easily and quickly adjusted the helmet both horizontally and vertically to ensure the best possible fit for a wide variety of head shapes and sizes.

Lazer does not claim improved protection by KinetiCore versus another helmet technology or helmet brand. This is because there is not a singular objective measurement available to rate safety. KinetiCore technology is presented on our website and other communication as a proprietary technology that offers rotational impact protection while enabling a lighter helmet design with improved ventilation and reducing impact on the environment by using less material. The Jackal KinetiCore has been awarded a 5-star rating from Virginia Tech, which stands for ‘Excellent Protection’.


+ Low weight
+ Low price for a feature-laden helmet
+ Good ventilation


- Fit didn't work that well for me - as always, try before you buy
- Issues with fit system on our test helmet

Pinkbike's Take
bigquotesKinetiCore as a safety technology seems to have a lot of promise, even if the previous generation of the Jackal does outperform the new one in terms of safety rating. The low weight and good ventilation of the new Jackal KinetiCore also owe themselves to this new technology. The abundance of additional features, like the camera mount and light, are also nice touches that do work.

But perhaps the first box to tick in a helmet providing safety is how comfortable it is. This fit and comfort of the new Jackal didn't work that well for me, which made it more difficult to grab it when heading out for a ride, especially when compared to some of the leading competition.

Fit is so unique that you certainly need to try before you buy. But if the Jackal does comfortably fit for you, then you'll be able to reap the weight and ventilation benefits.
Dan Roberts

PHOTOS: Mountain Bike Connection Winter - Mirror Media

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  • 78 1
 Please can we have some photos of a human actually wearing the helmet, it does a great deal to actually show what the shape is like.
  • 4 6
 Can't speak to this one but Lazar helmets always look massive on heads. I've owned a few and can confirm.
  • 5 2
 All I know is Bell helmets fit my head but Lazer ones don't
  • 16 1
 @DC1988: great, so if you send us a photo of you in a bell helmet, and we can extrapolate from there
  • 3 2
 @mad1at0: not sure what you're on about. My Lazer looks way better than my POC helmets. I'd put them on part with bell and giro size wise.
  • 3 0
 @DC1988: Bell for a ball shaped noggin Giro for eggheads
  • 2 0
 @DC1988: these new kineticore helmets fit me a lot better than the old ones
  • 5 0
 @electricsquirrel: to clarify, please don't send a photo of your bell helmet
  • 3 0
 Please can we have some photos of a mutated sea bass with a fricken Lazer on its head, it does a great deal to actually show what the shape is like.
  • 2 2
 No pics because it doesn’t fit on anyone’s head! I have one of these, and it’s the worst fit I’ve ever experienced. Those “pressure points” were unliveable for me. A M Bell fits me perfectly, and this Lazer in a M doesn’t fit me, my wife, or either of my young kids. Previous Lazers are OK, but they shat the bed on the fit on these.
  • 1 0
 @DC1988: Interesting. Bell Full 9 full face fits me SOOOO well and an older Lazer convertible helmet also fits me well. Giro TLD don't fit me at all
  • 1 0
 @Apfelsauce: so because one random dude on the internet doesn't fit this helmet, it must be terrible for everyone. Got it. Thanks. /sarcasm
  • 1 3
 Just go on my instaaccount Monikabuechi
  • 48 0
 Nothing like a helmet review without even a single picture of it on someone's head.
  • 24 0
 Trying to come up with a decent pun but Kinetink of a good one.
  • 2 1
 I immediately thought of @mikekazimer’s roots: Connecticore!
  • 14 0
 I have one of these helmets and I love it. Lazer helmets always fit my head extremely well, which is very oval shaped. I've never had any issues with the fit system being loose.
  • 41 1
 Leaving this here without comment: "In science, a three-dimensional oval is formally called an ovoid. A less formal name for a three-dimensional oval shape is simply an egg."
  • 14 0
 @mi-bike: Are you saying that Lazer compatible mtbers are all eggheads?
  • 45 1
  • 7 0
 @VtVolk: you beat me to it.
  • 2 0
 Yeah that part was interesting. I have a Strada road helmet and the height adjustment ratchet thing is pretty stiff, definitely requires 2 hands to move. Pretty happy with it overall.
  • 18 1
 These lame puns on pinkbike are impossible to ovoid.
  • 3 0
 I've had one of these for a couple weeks and I also largely am a big fan. Only complaint is that the visor seems to fall into the lower positions when going down chunky terrain.
  • 4 0
 @skyroach: I had this problem as well. Remove the covers over the bolts on the visors (you can see them in the 1st photo). And tighten the plastic nut with a flat head screw driver. Now the visor is tight and won't move. Love this helmet overall!
  • 2 0
 @Rockit: Thanks for the recommendation, i will try this!
  • 3 0
 @Rockit: Thanks, also have this helmet and generally like it but the dropping visor in tech terrain put in on the bench vs. the Giro and Smith helmets I also have. Going to try this as I like how ventilated it is - significantly better than the others I just mentioned.
  • 2 0
 @Rockit: This recommendation worked! Tightened the screws under the cover and the visor stayed in place yesterday throughout my ride!
  • 5 0
 I was lucky enough to find a local-ish shop that carried the tactic with the round fit (sometimes called “Asian” fit by other brands) to fit my pumpkin head and am very stoked on this helmet — especially for the price and safety rating. It looks a litter HALO-ish, but I don’t care — I lost the style wars long ago.

Hope specialized continue to offer it in various head shapes.
  • 2 1
 I just replaced my worn out TLD A2 with a Tactic bought for $89. It is more comfortable and better ventilated than the TLD. Can't beat highest rating and sub $100 price at the moment on certain colors.
  • 1 0
 @kleinschuster: I have a A3 now which I really like but will trying on one of these to see if I like, eventually I’ll have to replace the A3
  • 6 1
 I went from Fox SpeedFrame Pro to this Lazer Jackal.
Removing the MIPS liner made a HUGE difference regarding ventilation and sweat build up, and it is way more quiet than the Fox (creaking MIPS). So I personally likes this one much better in use.
  • 1 0
 Mine creaked also, I took the padding out and sprayed the inside with Pedro's Bike Lust.
  • 1 0
 My fox did stop creaking pretty fast, but while it was creaking it drove me crazy.
  • 2 0
 Two words. Silicone spray.

But not that smelly one for machinery like from Würth. Choose that odourless that is used for canvas sewing or similar
  • 5 0
 For some helmet/head shape reference, Lazer helmets fit my oval shaped head very well. Smith is a close second.
Bell, Giro, Leatt I find pretty neutral, while Oakley and Troy Lee are close to impossible to wear due to discomfort from helmet/head shape.
  • 6 0
 "TRY BEFORE YOU BUY" is probably the best advice you could give someone who's shopping for helmets. Everyone's head is different, so just because you like the looks of a helmet doesn't mean it's gonna feel good on you.
  • 1 0
 100% agree. Heads and helmets come in different shapes and need to be well matched and there is really no way of knowing without actually trying it on.

Unfortunately, unless you have a large well stocked shop (or two) around it can be very difficult to try on lots of different helmets.
  • 5 0
 Nice looking helmet, assuming that visor rotates down a bit.

The magnetic buckle is awesome, I have it on my Leatt.

Off topic, but this reminds me of a funny story. I was 19 & working at a bike shop. Winter’s over, time to bring out bike helmets and store the hockey helmets. I sorted the hockey helmets into 2 categories high on a long shelf and labeled with signs. Finished and looked up to see my work: “White Kids Helmets” & “Black Kids Helmets”. Lol, grammar is key
  • 2 0
 Been riding this helmet for a few months now. Absolutely love it. I had a Smith prior that just didn't fit my head right, this thing is super comfortable and easily adjustable. Though I do agree not all sunglasses fit well under it.
  • 2 1
 I just bought it recently. My head is/was compatible with UVEX 56-60cm - and I find Lazer Jackel 55-59cm comfortable. I also tried Lazer Jackel 56-61cm -> but I found it too big for me. If that helps.

I was aware of the height adjustment issue - and I checked with the seller do they stock fixed version of the helmet. They claimed that they do - so I bought it - and, for now, I didn't notice any issues. I payed for it 168eur.
  • 1 0
 the best face retention creation for the arms of glasses remains the downturned paddle. requiring no special rubber to grip your head and doesn't interfere with headwear, and keeps glasses in place. straight arm sunglasses are a downgrade IME.
  • 1 0
 I found this to be the most comprehensive helmet review. Enough useful information to make a buying decision.

“German tank drivers” : lol, this is an affectation also seen in NHL players who wear chin straps loose,"because “I’m too cool to wear safety gear”.

Flashing light mount: not really a feature for off-road riding?
  • 8 0
 Depends on if you pedal on roads to get to the trail or not I suppose
  • 1 0
 I ride to my trailheads, so it's useful.
  • 4 0
 Does the visor work well in its lowest position, ie actually blocking the sun? It looks super high up in the photos.
  • 7 3
 I think that generally speaking, most riders prefer to keep the visor high which allows you to keep your eyes up and read the trail more effectively. Slamming the visor down tends to force the eyes down as well. No issues with this helmet and goggle or sunglass compatibility.
  • 10 8
 @briceshirbach: That's the dumbest thing I've heard today. A visor is to keep the sun out of your eyes. If you have it so high that it doesn't block any light you may as well not have one.
  • 8 3
 @schu2470: the visor is there to stop you looking like a bellend. Nothing more
  • 2 0
 yes, it does come down low enough to block the sun, but the visor isn't very wide, so you kind of have to be riding straight at the sun.
  • 2 0
 @hardtailparty: Thanks. I mainly ask because the visor on my Spesh Ambush looks great but does absolutely nothing to keep the sun out of my eyes.
  • 1 0
 @hardtailparty: Ride straight into the sun and you will melt
  • 1 0
 @Jshemuel: interesting... I find the ambush (one of the original pre-mips ones) is my favorite visor for blocking sun, at least in the evenings when the sun is low.
  • 1 0
 @hardtailparty: this is the current MIPS one
  • 1 0
 My 60 day experience with this helmet left me with a lot of the same pain points.

The helmet would often feel loose during the ride so I would tighten it up, only to have too many pressure points. The brow pad was so tight to my forehead that it did not handle sweat well, especially compared to my Bell Super DH and it's extended brow pad.

The height adjustment (I purchased this is June) was a pain because even if it was the improved version, it still moved. This would sometimes happen during a ride when I found the helmet was too loose (because of the pressure points) and I'd push down on it to get a better fit on my head.

The visor was so loose that it dropped into my field of view the first few rides. I had to remove the plastic covers and significantly tight the nuts that hold the visor so this was not an issue.

I was also disappointed with the GoPro/light mount. I had to rob a nut from another GoPro mount to complete it, and I don't prefer Velcro mounts considering that Giro and Bell have found ways to engineer mounts that clip on.

This is just my experience with this helmet - I wanted to love it but it didn't work for me. My fiancé is now riding with it and really enjoys it. We'll see how the light mount holds up as we approach night riding season.
  • 2 0
 If you bought it in June it will have been the old version realistically. The "updated" helmets were manufactured after May 2022 so it's unlikely that they were able to make and ship those helmets out to stores that quickly.
  • 2 0
 @CleanZine: Good point. Regardless, it didn't work for me but it's working for my fiancé who was looking for a new helmet at the time.
  • 3 0
 I love that Lazer took a simple idea with the EPS forming the rotational stuff without using slidey yellow plastic sheets, well done.
  • 2 0
 The "German tank driver" line was the best bit.
For the life of me I can't understand why anyone puts a helmet on then walks around with it unfastened. It doesn't look cool, it looks dumb.
  • 1 0
 I've had the Jackal MIPS and then the Jackal Kineticore.
Normally wear a small (52-56cm) in all Lazer helmets, had to size up on the MIPS version: size small just could not fit my head. Was able to size back down to small in KC version, huzzah!

Much better fit and less 'bulky' inside than MIPS version. Ventilation is also way better, so much more airflow. Camera mount works well for a removable option - what isn't shown in the photos is the recess that the mount sits quite nicely in. Once done up with velcro, it's pretty secure (again, for a removable mount).
  • 5 5
 Thank you for calling out the degradation over the previous helmet in terms of safety rating.

this statement from Lazer
"Lazer does not claim improved protection by KinetiCore versus another helmet technology or helmet brand."

and this one from the press release a few months ago, don't seem to be perfectly aligned
" Independent tests confirmed that we had managed to pull off the same protection levels with built-in, instead of added-on, technology.—Guido de Bruyne, Lazer R&D Manager

In the end... as a consumer I want a helmet to protect me. I am not a fan of how Lazer's sponsored athletes and people paid to promote it have often called it the best, when it is not it is objectively not even as good as the outgoing model. BUT I do agree that this helmet would be much better than no helmet.
  • 7 0
 Those two statements from Lazer do not disagree with one another.
  • 2 1
 The statements are aligned. The new technology did not IMPROVE safety and independent tests confirmed the protection level is the SAME, not better. Both helmets have 5 stars per VT test but the newer helmet has a higher score which per VT indicates lower performance but both are given the highest rating. Yeah, marketing departments! All they have done is remove the additional cost of MIPs licensing to increase their profit margin.
  • 1 0
 direct quotes from Lazer's website lazersport.us/pages/kineticore

After years of testing, refining and perfecting our helmet technology, the result is Lazer's new Proprietary Integrated Rotational Impact protection. A more advanced protection technology built for every cyclist.

Ingenuity Built-In. Not added on

1. Enhanced impact protection

I guess they don't claim it is improved, they say it is enhanced?

I am so glad places like Virginia Tech and their independant helmet testing exists, so consumers can make more informed decisions.
  • 2 0
 @Tim-bikes-a-lot: It doesn't say compared to MIPS or anything. These "better than" and "enhanced" usually refer to previous iterations, or the former technology used. Regardless, always vague, and written intentionally on the edge of truth.

They still haven't said anything contradictory is anything you posted though. I bet if you keep digging, you'll find something eventually though.
  • 1 0
 > In the end... as a consumer I want a helmet to protect me

1. All helmets must satisfy international safety standards
2. This and previous version got 5 stars from Virginia Tech Institute

So from the practical perspective - does the score in 5 stars helmet "category" really matters?
  • 1 0
 @drib: yeah... a better score means it protected better.....why do so many people feel like if a standard is met, all things are equal? If two people got an A on the test, but one got 80 and another got 88, who did better?
  • 1 0
 @maestroman21: because the world today is all about lowering standards, dynamic definitions, and making people feel warm and fuzzy no matter how absurd their request is. Gold stars for everyone, thanks for participating!
  • 1 0
"does the score in 5 stars helmet "category" really matters?"
To me, YES, yes it does. The lower the score, the lower the risk of brain injury.

Every 5 units in reduction is what gets' a "star" 1-5, and 5 stars are 14 and below.
13.59 is much closer to the threshold of a 4 star. the old helmet got a 11.19. the old helmet is measurably better. Or to put it another way the old helmet was 31st safest helmet tested and the new one is 81st safest.

"All helmets must satisfy international safety standards" - yes, however the Virginia Tech tests show how you can "meet" the standards but not offer nearly as good of protection as other helmets, 2 star helmets exist...

I just don't like the marketing material they are using on this because it implies it is "enhanced" but it clearly is not an improvement verses the outgoing model.
  • 1 1
 How has nobody not called out the Pro: low price for feature laden helmet. Its 219 usd! If I was a road rider I might spend big bucks on a helmet I am likely never to need and would want it to be ultra light and aero. My helmets last about 2 years max from just plain abuse and often get replaced before that from a rough crash. Spend that money on ti bolts, carbon bars or a better hub!
  • 1 2
 Not too excited about integrating a light in a helmet. At best, it is something a potential user will appreciate and use. Most likely, people won't use the helmet at night or, when they do, don't need a light to be seen from behind. You're now introducing another piece of electronics and a battery into the world. People who need a tail light probably have one already. I know we're getting more stuff integrated in products which we might never need and/or use and that's understandable. But introducing electronics and batteries where they aren't needed is something to be avoided.
  • 2 0
 Is the visor high enough??? A trend I don't understand!
  • 1 0
 If your head isn’t shaped exactly like a basketball this helmet will not work!!
  • 2 0
 that thing is so nasty looking i would rather buy baby apple sauce.
  • 1 0
 I’ve been using this helmet since May. I love it except I can’t stow my glasses on it.
  • 1 0
 I'd like to try a Lazer helmet but they don't make one big enough for my head.
  • 1 0
 Interesting that the helmets were shipped with a clamp fault - top R&D work there.
  • 2 0
 "Low price for a feature-laden helmet"
$219 USD
  • 1 0
 I love this helmet. With the kineticore it fits way better than with the mips before.
  • 2 2
 Boring! More DH week please Dan Wink
(just kidding, all your content is appreciated)
  • 1 0
 Smith Convoy MIPPS 100CDN
  • 1 0
 Absolutely best helmet I have had. Say goodbye to creaky mips!
  • 1 0
 We want to see a pack of jackals with freaking lazers on their heads!
  • 1 0
 Jackal. Jackal. It’s a jackal. It looks like a jackal. Jackal.
  • 1 0
 Built in GoBro mount aboot time

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