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Specialized Launches Evade Aero Helmet



The S-Works Evade is the ultimate aerodynamic racing helmet, combining a superior wind tunnel tested design, ultra-light construction, and great ventilation for the best performance on the road or time trial.

Advanced aerodynamics saves 46 seconds over 40km* ( *over a standard road helmet )

Patented Kevlar-reinforced Inner Matrix for ultra-light construction and energy management

4th Dimension Cooling System with deep internal channels, massive vents and aligned exhaust ports

Ultra-light, Mindset micro-dial fit system with height adjustability for perfect fit and comfort

Tri-Fix web splitter for improved comfort and ease of strap adjustments

Thin, soft and lightweight 4X DryLite webbing won’t stretch out with sweat or water

Instrap webbing system for ultra-light construction and security

The more aerodynamic you are, the faster you’re able to go. It’s a simple concept backed by advanced technology. Races can be won and lost by seconds. The

The R&D process began with the fastest helmet in the world,

Typically, when it came to cycling helmets, riders were forced to choose between aerodynamically efficient and well-ventilated. Time trial helmets are fast but have a limited application because of their size, weight, and lack of ventilation. Road helmets, on the other hand, are extremely lightweight and well-ventilated but not terribly aerodynamic. With the brightest minds in the business and access to the most advanced research and development tools, we discovered that compromise no longer must be made.

It’s not just a tagline, it’s a fact. The S-Works Evade was developed for and with riders from teams Omega Pharma-Quick-Step, Astana, Saxo-Tinkoff. What were the results? Five stages and the points jersey at the Giro d’Italia for Mark Cavendish, an uphill TT win for Vincenzo Nibali at the same race, and Tom Boonen taking top honors at Heistse Pijl. Not a bad professional debut


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