The Revolution MIPS helmet is designed with Enduro in mind. The helmet is designed to provide maximum coverage, while being lightweight with a cooling efficiency that can't be beat. It features an adjustable visor that allows for easy goggle parking on the helmet, the Lazer ATS retention system for a secure and comfortable fit, as well as interchangeable ear pads. The Revolution helmet can also quickly be turned into a full-face helmet by adding the chin guard. Furthermore, it features the SMS (safety mounting system) for cameras and accessories. This system has been fully-crash tested with a camera installed, and passes all tests. To cap if off, the helmet has unique looks that are certain to draw attention on the trails.
The MIPS system adds an additional safety aspect to the Revolution helmet. A low friction layer is introduced into the helmet to absorb rotational forces in case of a crash. This does not take away anything from the original protective capabilities of the helmet, it just adds to them.
MIPS (Multi-directional Impact Protection System) is a revolutionary technology, providing protection with respect to angled impacts.
MIPS is a patented protection system and comes from years of studying the human brain. The brain is surrounded by cerebrospinal fluid that protects it by allowing it to slide when exposed to an angled impact. Mimicking the cerebrospinal fluid, MIPS creates a sliding layer between the helmet and the head. This reduces the rotational force otherwise transmitted to the brain. The combination of the brain’s own protection and MIPS provides better protection from angled impacts. MIPS can be utilized in any helmet and does not interfere or take away from any other technical features, safety aspects, comfort or design.
MIPS was developed by some of the world’s leading researchers in biomechanics and neuroscience at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) and the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. The result is helmets offering enhanced safety and protection from rotational forces to the brain
Conventional helmet testing is done by dropping them vertically onto a flat surface. MIPS is designed for reality, reflecting how most accidents occur, with angled impacts to the head. By using the low friction layer, MIPS can absorb more of the energy from an angled blow to the head.
Lazer and MIPS have been partners since 2013 and colaborated on the first ever inmolded helmet that featured the technology, the Lazer P'Nut MIPS helmet. Since then the MIPS system has been available throughout the Lazer range.
Look for the yellow MIPS logo on the helmets to ensure that you are wearing a helmet with MIPS technology!
The ATS is a new interpretation of the classic Turnfit system. We have combined the traditional Turnfit dial system with the Rollsys head basket to create an even more effective retention system. A dial at the back of the helmet now controls a basket that grips a large part of back of the head. A quick turn of the ATS dial makes sure the basket grips the back of the head for a snug, yet comfortable fit that keeps the helmet firmly in place.
The adjustable head basket allows the back part of the rollsys system (that grips the back of the head) to move up and down depending on the riders preference. This way the Rollsys system can be adjusted even more to individual rider needs and can create even more comfort.
When the temperature gets too hot you can remove the earpads to provide additional cooling. Pull them out when needed and snap them back in when the weather changes.
The multimount acts like a handlebar, so you can mount everything you would usually mount on the handlebars directly onto the helmet. Use it to install lights or anything else you can think of. Install one of the two available sizes of Multimount on the multicap and install any accessory you want straight on your helmet.
Linking the vents to keep the air flowing.
Every helmet is designed with ventilation in mind. This has led to designing helmets with a strategic approach to vent location. Each intake vent has an outlet that is matched with it. Both vents work together to create a constant airflow in the helmet to keep your head cool during intense riding.
Internal ventilation channels for optimum airflow.
Channeled ventilation means the inside of the helmet is designed to have air flowing over your head at all times. This is accomplished by having channels cut out of the EPS allowing air to move freely, even if the helmet is tight on your head. These channels guide the air from the intake vents, over the head towards the outlet vents at the back of the helmet.
Adjust your visor to your needs based on the situation you are in. Move it up or down to adjust it to your preference.