The Aspect™ helmet is a fully evolved helmet design that challenges convention. The sleek, simple exterior form belies the top-level performance “under the hood.” With details like the Roc Loc® Air fit system, the Aspect offers a secure, comfortable fit while increasing airflow inside the helmet. Other subtle amenities include soft Heathered webbing, Ultrasuede® interior and chin strap padding, and a built-in cloth visor to
keep the sun (or rain) at bay.
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Heathered webbing; Removable soft visor; Ultrasuede® padding and chin strap pad
In-Mold polycarbonate shell with EPS liner; Injection molded rubber or aluminum side panels; Roll Cage internal reinforcement
Roc Loc® Air
19 Wind Tunnel™ vents with internal channeling
Designed for whatever route your ride takes, the lightweight Aspect™ helmet extends our New Road approach into a fully evolved helmet. A Roc Loc® Air fit system offers a more secure, comfortable fit, while the engineered venting means more air moving through.
ROLL CAGE™ REINFORCEMENT
Roll Cage™ is a light-yet-tough web of reinforcement invisibly molded inside a helmet’s EPS foam liner. It helps the helmet to hold together under impact, and provides an extra measure of strength and integrity that you’ll never notice...unless you need it.
In-Mold Construction fuses a tough polycarbonate outer shell with the helmet's impact-absorbing foam liner. The fusion process allows for better ventilation systems, making in-mold helmets lighter and cooler than traditional helmets.
Roc Loc® Air Fit System
This revolutionary fit system adds a new dimension to helmet performance by enhancing cooling, as well as fit comfort and stability.
Using a patented design that suspends the helmet just slightly off the top of the skull, Roc Loc® Air allows cool airflow to pass directly
over your head, further enhancing the performance of vents and internal channeling that exhaust heat out of the helmet. Fit and feel
adjustments mimic the Roc Loc® 5, allowing you to easily custom tune fit tension and fore-aft tilt of the helmet in seconds using a single hand.