Volante is the fruit of years spent developing Lazer’s fastest helmet ever. After hours spent working with professional riders, wind tunnels & heat testing facilities, we are proud to present this state-of-the-art Time Trial helmet. Used by some of the fastest racers in the world, Volante has all the features needed to maximize one’s speed on a solo effort.
The Turnfit® Tilt system is unique to Lazer and makes it easy to adjust the position of the helmet, even with the fit system tightened. You can adjust the fit and then tilt the helmet in the desired position.
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.
Computer designed, wind tunnel tested and race proven to provide maximum aerodynamic performance.
Panoramic lens provides crystal clear vision and protection. Designed to integrate perfectly with the helmet for maximum aerodynamic performance. Magnetically attached securely to the helmet make the lens easy to remove and install whenever you need.
When cycling is your job you know what works. This helmet was developed in partnership with multiple UCI WorldTour teams and riders who need the lightest, fastest and most comfortable helmets available.
Anti-microbial padding that helps inhibits the growth of bacteria on fabric with strategically placed holes to allow more airflow into the helmet through the installed padding.
An open space in the tail part provides room to stuff your ponytail, or to have ice in the helmet to cool you off on extremely hot days.
Designed and constructed for Aerodynamics. Everything works with and for optimal airflow, literally shaped by air.
A large wrap around lens with magnetic attachement for your helmet. It creates a wide field of view and the easiest possible attachment to the helmet, just positions the lens and let the magnets do the work.
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