Packed with features to reduce fatigue and wind-noise, alongside increasing vision and comfort, LS2’s new Stream Evo helmet helps riders stay focussed on the road.
The Stream Evo’s HTTP (High Pressure Thermoplastic Technology) outer shell is oval, to follow the shape of the head, and has aerodynamic shaping for stability at speed and to reduce pressure on the neck muscles.
Safety is a priority, so the shell offers high penetration resistance and flexibility for energy dispersion, and the Multi-Density EPS liner absorbs impact forces. For a clear view of the road ahead, the visor is made from 3D Optically Correct A-Class Polycarbonate, a space-age polymer with high resistance to impact, that avoids distortion and offers maximum clarity. It’s scratch and UV-resistant, and Pinlock-ready as standard – a breath deflector is also fitted to help prevent misting.
A drop-down sun visor – easily operated with a gloved hand – deals with the glare from the sun and Dynamic Flow-through Ventilation – with adjustable intake ports, internal channels and exhaust ports – creates a light flow of air, keeping the wearer cool. The hypoallergenic liner is removable and washable for season-long comfort and freshness and a chin curtain is fitted to reduce wind noise inside the helmet.
The LS2 Stream Evo is available in sizes XS-XXL in a choice of 3 plain and 8 eye-catching graphic finishes. Retail prices start at £79.99 for plain colours and graphics cost £89.99. Visit www.ls2helmets.com for more information and to find your local stockist.