Limar has unveiled its latest lid called the Ultralight Evo, which claims to be the world’s lightest cycling helmet.
According to Limar, the Ultralight Evo gains its gravity-defying weight thanks to a new polycarbonate outer shell that expands upon the Italian brands previous in-mold, 2-part construction, while the shape of the helmet now extends both higher and lower to protect the soft EPS foam over time.
“Our secret of lightness is a complex achievement: it is a combination of raw material selection, deep and wide know-how of the pre-expansion and in-mold processes. We have been not just pioneers of the in-mold process but can still count on a wide knowledge and ongoing developments for a wide range of products and technologies in widespread sectors from safety, to building, packaging, insulation, etc. The perfect balance between lightness and safety, density and shock absorption is also intrinsic in the right shape with the best interplay of solids and voids,” explains Limar.
Like its predecessor, the Ultralight+,the Ultralight Evo retains the same 22 air vents, internal air channeling, washable padding and Competition+ rendition system.
The new Ultralight Evo sells for € 139,95, which is available in size medium (53-57cm) and large (57-61cm), in blue, black and white that are treated to iridescent accents.
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