With a claim of being “the oldest helmet company in the world” Lazer certainly aren’t short on expertise. Most of their heritage comes from the biking world, but they’ve applied the same principles of maximum protection with mimimum weight onto their shred lids too. Just ask Rowan Coultas and Ben Kilner, who are among those who rock a Lazer on the hill.
Colour options are plentiful – including an interesting wood-finish look, which you can check out below – and the range covers everything from simple skate-influenced lids to hi-tech peaked models.
2016/17 Snowboard Product Previews
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Lazer Mozo DLX & Revert DLX Snowboard Helmets 2016-2017