Lazer Helmets Offer Complete Protection from Pro Tours to First Pedals

Lazer helmets sit on the heads of many of the most accomplished cyclists in the world.

Riders who trust the brand to deliver comfort, safety, and speed when it matters most include current Tour de France champion Jonas Vingagaard, Wout van Aert, and many others. These elite cyclists love the technology and features found in Lazer helmets like KinetiCore rotational impact protection and optional aerodynamic attachments to get the most out of their equipment on race day.

But Lazer helmets aren’t just for the pros. Models with KinetiCore, optional integrated lights, and other features are available in all shapes, sizes, and price points.

Here’s a rundown of Lazer helmets to help find the perfect fit for every rider in the family.

Road and Commuting Helmets

Vento KinetiCore

Lazer’s Vento KinetiCore is a performance-driven helmet that updates the Bullet 2.0 with improvements in pretty much every category of design, from aerodynamics to ventilation.

Lazer Vento KinetiCore side profile.

Lazer Vento KinetiCore in Matte Black; (photo/Lazer)

Lazer says the Vento KinetiCore is 5.4% lighter than the Bullet 2.0, 29% lighter, 2.3% more aerodynamic, and features 5.4% percent better cooling and ventilation.

Lazer’s KinetiCore rotational impact protection technology is fully integrated throughout the design process to bring optimal protection and lightness to the helmet. The Vento’s design features an aggressive 15-degree sprint-position angle ideal for aerodynamic performance.

Woman wearing a Lazer Vento Kineticore helmet.

Lazer Vento KinetiCore improves weight, aerodynamics, and ventilation compared to previous models; (Photo/Lazer)

The Vento adjusts with ScrollSys belt and includes a silicone docking system for eyewear. Optional LED lights also are available to bring another level of safety to the helmet.

The Vento KinetiCore comes in four colors, including White, Red, Black Flash Yellow, and Matte Black for an MSRP of $299.99.

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Strada KinetiCore

Lazer’s Strada KinetiCore brings a breath of versatility to the brand’s road lineup. The Strada, which features the same KinetiCore technology as the Vento, features highly breathable ventilation and is compatible with an Aeroshell accessory, which offers increased aerodynamic performance and weather protection.

Lazer Strada KinetiCore Helmet. Side view.

Lazer Strada KinetiCore Helmet in Full Matte Black; (Photo/Lazer)

The Strada features Lazer’s Venturi ventilation system, which sucks cool air through the front while shooting hot air from the back. Lazer says the Strada runs 6% lighter than the Lazer Blade+ and uses 20 fewer grams of plastic in its design. That cuts down on both the helmet’s weight and carbon footprint.

Lazer Strada KinetiCore Helmet.

Lazer’s Strada KinetiCore Helmet is compatible with an optional Aeroshell for added aerodynamic performance; (Photo/Lazer)

The  Strada KinetiCore comes in eight colors including Matte Slate Blue, Gray, Forest Green, Red, Full Matte Black, White, Matte Grey Flash Yellow, and Light Blue Sunset.

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G1 MIPS

Lazer’s G1 MIPS helmet holds the unique title of the brand’s lightest helmet. It weighs in at just 235 grams, making it a favorite for climbers and those who need optimal airflow.

Lazer G1 MIPS. Side view.

Lazer G1 MIPS in White; (Photo Lazer)

The G1 MIPS includes 22 vents with internal air channels that add 8% more airflow over the head. The helmet uses a lightweight Advanced Rollsys with a vertical adjustable head basket. It also includes two pad options including superlight and comfort pads to dial in fit and function.

Like the Strada, the G1 MIPS also is Aeroshell compatible for those who want an even greater aerodynamic edge.

Lazer G1 MIPS.

Lazer’s G1 MIPS is the brand’s lightest helmet; (Photo/Lazer)

The G1 MIPS comes in five colors, including Cosmic Berry, Flash Orange, Matte Midnight Blue, White, and Black for an MSRP of $249.99.

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Sphere MIPS

The Lazer Sphere MIPS offers all-day comfort in a high-performance package. The Sphere MIPS features a progressive Advanced Rollsys fit system that cinches down with a thumbwheel on the top of the back of the helmet. The Advanced Rollsys system helps eliminate pressure points and hotspots, while 18 vents dialed into an aggressive 15-degree angle bring as much cool air in as possible.

Lazer Sphere MIPS

Rear view of the Lazer Sphere MIPS in Matte Black; (Photo/Lazer)

The MIPS system in the helmet helps reduce the chance of injury from rotational impacts during a crash. A polycarbonate layer inside the helmet also helps keep foam together if a rider goes down, which is helpful if the helmet takes multiple hits.

Lazer Sphere. Side view.

Lazer Sphere MIPS in Matte Black; (Photo/Lazer)

The Sphere MIPS also is available with an optional Aeroshell that offers increased aerodynamics and protection from wind and rain.

It comes in five colors, including Gloss Titanium, White, Cosmic Berry, Matte Black, and Flash Yellow for an MSRP of $159.99

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CityZen KinetiCore

Lazer’s CityZen KinetiCore helmet incorporates Lazer’s KinetiCore rotational injury protection into a sleek design that’s right at home in urban commutes.

 Man riding a bike wearing a Lazer Cityzen KinetiCore helmet.

The CityZen KinetiCore helmet features four vents and optional lighting to make urban rides safer; (Photo/Lazer)

KinetiCore uses controlled crumple zones to direct energy away from riders’ heads in the event of a crash.

The helmet features a TurnSys adjustment system that cinches down using a dial and includes four ventilation points to keep riders cool. It also works with Lazer’s Universal LED on the back for increased visibility.

Lazer says the CityZen KinetiCore is 19% lighter than the Lazer One+ MIPS and uses 100 fewer grams of plastic in its construction. It includes Lazer’s top-end safety features in a package that cuts out unnecessary weight.

Lazer Cityzen KinetiCore in Matte Black. Side view.

Lazer Cityzen KinetiCore. in Matte Black; (Photo/Lazer)

The CityZen MIPS comes in Matte Laurel Green, Matte White, Matte Black, Matte Livid, and Matte Lilac for an affordable MSRP of $59.99

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Mountain Bike Helmets

Jackal KinetiCore

Lazer’s Jackal KinetiCore takes the same KinetiCore rotational impact protection system from the brand’s road and commuter helmets to the trail.

The Jackal weighs in at 340 grams in size medium and comes loaded with accessories designed to enhance off-road riding.

Lazer Jackal KinetiCore helmet. Side view.

Lazer Jackal KinetiCore helmet in Matte Black; (Photo/Lazer)

The helmet features a magnetic buckle that is easy to use with full-finger gloves, along with an integrated camera mount for those who like to capture their rides. The Jackal KinetiCore mount system prevents the camera or accessories from intruding into the helmet in the event of an impact, making it a safer option.

Lazer’s TurnSys technology makes dialing in fit quick and easy, and recesses in the side of the helmet help reduce the pressure that results from the arms of sunglasses pressing against the head.

Lazer Jackal KinetiCore helmet.

Lazer’s Jackal KinetiCore helmet features a magnetic strap and integrated camera mount; (Photo/Lazer)

The Jackal KinetiCore is available in five colors, including Matte Dark Green Camo, Matte Dark Gray, Matte Purple, Matte Dessert, and Full Matte Black for an MSRP of $219.99.

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Impala MIPS

The Impala MIPS is another mountain bike option from Lazer that incorporates key trail-friendly features that off-road riders will love.

Lazer Impala MIPS helmet. Top view.

Lazer Impala MIPS helmet in Matte Gray; Photo/Lazer)

It includes an adjustable visor that can be pushed back far enough to accommodate goggles and a 360-degree ATS Fit System designed for all-day comfort. The Impala MIPS combines a MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System) layer for rotational impact protection and deeper coverage to increase safety.

Lazer Impala MIPS helmet.

Lazer’s Impala MIPS helmet features a retractable visor with enough space to store goggles; (Photo/Lazer)

The helmet also includes 22 vents to keep riders cool and is compatible with a rear ATS LED light.

The Impala MIPS comes in Matte Gray, Matte Blue Green, and Matte Full Black for an MSRP of $159.99.

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Chiru MIPS

Lazer’s Chiru MIPS helmet is an affordable trail option that doesn’t skimp on style or safety. The Chiru MIPS features deep coverage and a MIPS layer to protect against rotational impacts.

Rider wearing a Lazer Chiru MIPS helmet.

Lazer Chiru MIPS comes in five colors for an MSRP of $69.99; (Photo/Lazer)

It comes equipped with 14 cooling vents and a color-matched visor to protect riders from the sun, branches, or any other trail muck that might get kicked up.

It also is compatible with an optional rear LED light to keep night rides fun and safe.

Lazer Chiru MIPS. Side view.

Lazer Chiru MIPS in Matte Black; (Photo/Lazer)

The Chiru MIPS comes in Matte White, Matte Blue Steel, Matte Red, Blue Pink, and Matte Black for an MSRP of $69.99.

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Kids Helmets

Pnut KinetiCore

Lazer’s Pnut KinetiCore gives kids a great helmet whether just starting out in a carrier or hitting the pedals on their own.

The Pnut features Lazer’s KinetiCore rotational impact protection system and deeper temple coverage in anticipation of tip-overs that can’t be avoided with younger riders.

Child wearing a Lazer Pnut KinetiCore helmet.

The Lazer Pnut KinetiCore helmet is great for kids, whether riding in carriers or on their own two wheels; (Photo/Lazer)

For those not quite ready to get on a bike under their own power, the Pnut has a flatter rear profile to make rides in trailers more comfortable, and a cheek buckle that stays clear of the chin for easy access.

Lazer Pnut KinetiCore Helmet. Front view.

The Lazer Pnut KinetiCore Helmet comes in multiple fun colors and patterns; (Photo/Lazer)

One of the key features of the Pnut is its EZ fit system that automatically adjusts to a child’s growth over time, creating a secure reliable fit as children grow. It also comes with a built-in insect net to keep bugs and trail debris out of the helmet.

The Pnut comes in nine colors including fun patterns like Diggers, Sealife, Flying Rocket, Dinosaurs, Rainbow, and Shark, among others. It costs MSRP $49.99.

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Nutz KinetiCore

The Nutz KinetiCore helmet provides the perfect protection for kids ready to take their first steps into riding a bike on their own.

Child wearing Lazer Nuts KinetiCore helmet.

Lazer Nuts KinetiCore helmet is compatible with a rear light; (Photo/Lazer)

The Nutz helmet comes with the same EZ fit and cheek buckle as the Pnut, but also is compatible with the Universal Lazer LED light, which can mount to the rear to increase visibility.

Lazer Nutz KinetiCore helmet. Side view.

The Lazer Nutz KinetiCore helmet is great for kids just learning how to ride; (Photo/Lazer)

It comes in seven colors and patterns, including Dragons, Blue, Fuchsia, Space, Black, Butterfly, and Unicorns for an MSRP of $49.99.

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This post is sponsored by Lazer. Learn more about Lazer helmets and equipment at Lazersport.us.

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Will Ferrule
Will Ferrule
28 days ago

I would wear the Gi MIPS depending on the color.

Astro_Kraken
Astro_Kraken
28 days ago

Lazer used to be my go to brand for my long oval head but custom 3D printed helmets can’t be beat for comfort.