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Carnac Enduro LED Retroreflective MTB Helmet+ Add to Compare ✔ In Comparison
Carnac's Enduro MTB helmet is now available with an integrated rear-facing LED light, single-shot, in-mould construction 3-Way, height, tilt and circumference adjustment Removable, anti-bacterial comfort pads and fly mesh.
- Extended rear coverage
- Durable, seamless, single-shot, in-mould construction
- 3-Way, height, tilt and circumference adjustment
- Removable, anti-bacterial comfort pads and fly mesh
- Integrated multi-mode rechargeable LED light
We've added a multi-mode LED light into the back of the Carnac Enduro helmet, perfect for staying safe on the road ride home after a long session and useful for anyone following you down the trails as you form that train. USB rechargeable, this is a great addition to an already brilliant helmet.
In-Mould construction implants all the anchor points for the straps into hidden fixings embedded within the EPS core of the helmet for maximum strength and durability. Single Shot construction co-moulds the hardened outer shell and the EPS core in a single process, fusing them together for a seamless, sleek bond. Our low friction, abrasion resistant PET Hardshell outer is designed to slip and slide in the event of a crash; helping to minimize the risk of torsion injuries.
With a 3-way adjustable occipital cradle and easily adjustable internal padding you're sure to find the perfect fit. A new cradle design offers a larger range of adjustability with tilt, height and circumference adjustment. A front facing fly mesh keeps the flying crap out of your hair while the generous front peak keeps the sun out of your eyes.
Maximum ventilation to keep you cool on even the hottest days is ensured by 16 air vents and a carefully sculpted front visor that directs airflow through the front of the helmet, we won't let you overheat on the uphills!
A correctly adjusted chinstrap is an integral part of the safety provided by any cycling helmet. If your chin strap isn’t correctly tensioned there is a risk that the strap may pull through the buckle. Always make sure that the chin strap is adequately cinched up every time you put your helmet on. A loose chin strap potentially reduces the effectiveness of your helmet.