New for 2021, Lazer has unveiled the Jackal. It's an all-new open-face helmet and with it, the brand intends to create the perfect match between a rider and their gear. It's built to maximize comfort while offering plenty of protection.
The Jackal comes with seven different shells to make up this helmet, offering a premium look.
The brand also says that the vents and venting channels on the Jackal are thoughtfully placed for the best possible cooling performance, even with goggles or glasses.
Features on the new helmet include Lazer's Turnfit system which allows for vertical and horizontal adjustment on the head. There's an adjustable visor, a grip on the rear of the lid for goggle straps, a magnetic buckle, and there's an action camera mount included in the box.
For testing, Lazer took the Jackal to Virginia Tech for safety testing, which it scored a very respectable five stars. Hopefully, that will translate to some top safety out on the trails.
There are three sizes available, all of which meet at least CE/CPSC certification. As for weight, the L shell is claimed to weigh in at 390g while the same size meeting AS certification weighs in at a slightly heftier 410g.
Lazer's new Jackal is available in eight colours and with, or without MIPS.
In the UK it'll only be available with MIPS and it'll set you back £150. For those outside the UK, a version without MIPS will set you back 160 euro and with MIPS it'll be 180. That's the same any dollar users too.
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