Endura reckons that heads are pretty important, and we certainly agree. With that, the brand has announced its updated range of skid lids, all coming with fresh tech with the goal of creating some of the best helmets on the market.
Those familiar with Endura's range of hats will know that the MT500 is the brand's flagship helmet. '22's iteration builds on what's loved about the original helmet by increasing its coverage and adds MIPS tech for additional protection. It still makes use of Koroyd too, increasing impact absorption while keeping the weight low. Large vents are then designed to keeping things nice and cool.
Along with all of that, there's an accessory mount and a light clip. There's also a goggle strap gipper a the rear of the lid and a handy eyewear dock underneath the adjustable visor.
2022 endura SingleTrack Helmet_Front.jpg, by Liam Mercer
Next in the range, the SingleTrack gets koroyd panels around the side of the head as well as new styling features. Those include a new peak that Endura says is more integrated into the design, following the line of the large vents. Similar to the MT500 there's a TPR moulded goggle strap gripper and coverage gets boosted. Finally, there's a new fit system and strap slider.
2022 endura Hummvee Plus Helmet_Front.jpg, by Liam Mercer
The Humvee Plus is said to be a solid all-rounder for both urban and off-road use at an accessible price point. It's designed to offer good coverage with a slightly less aggressive look than the standard Humvee. This one is built using a single shell with an updated fit system and the new strap divider.
Rounding off the range is the FS260-Pro, the road and gravel lid. While it's received a big update, the helmet's focus is still on lightweight and ventilation. This one gets an optional MIPS cradle with colours that tie in with Endura's clothing range.
The SingleTrack, Humvee Plus, and FS260-Pro helmets will be available with or without MIPS while the flagship MT500 is only available with all of its bells and whistles.
Prices for the new range start at £65 for the Humvee Plus and go up to £170 for the MT500. All helmets come in sizes from S to XL.
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