Oakley has added a brand new helmet into its range. Dubbed the DRT3, the brand says that it reflects its new approach to design and its distinctive style. The new lid gets improvements to its fit and it builds upon Oakley's Skull Matrix tech.
The DRT3 comes with a height-adjustable 360° fit system that's designed to offer a customised fit that's stable and safer, says the brand. This is adjusted with a rubberised dial and the stability is provided by an extra-wide yoke. Along with that, there's a MIPS cradle and 16 vents, including two at the brow that are placed to guide air to the forehead and help reduce eyewear fog.
To help keep glasses in place, Oakley has added Unobtanium grippers, while cutouts in the foam make space for the glasses' arms claiming that this makes for a safer helmet by keeping them concealed under impact.
Oakley's new hat uses a Sweat Guard brow pad paired with textile padding to offer its comfort. The former is designed to collect sweat and divert it away from the forehead in order to keep sweat out of your eyes, and eyewear. The textile padding then provides more touch points to boost comfort.
Finally, the DRT3 is built with an adjustable visor that allows plenty of space for goggle storage, if you're feeling the full enduro vibes.
The Oakley DR3T is available in two colours, Matte Black and Retina Burn with additional colourways due to land in September. This helmet will set you back £110.
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