Best known in Brazil for its sports glasses, Bollé presented this week its innovative helmet The One, which marks the entrance of the French manufacturer in this follow-up of cycling accessories.
The new The One stands out for its modularity, which allows you to adapt it according to the type of pedaling and its needs.
Totally customizable, the Bollé helmet can, in a few seconds, transform from a road helmet to an urban-use or mountain bike via Andyoutdoor.
For use in time trials, two aerodynamic covers can be installed, thereby capping air vents and decreasing air resistance.
If used in an urban environment, an LED indicator with three lighting modes can be fitted to the back of the helmet.
In extreme cold environments, the housing can be replaced with one without the air vents.
Mountain bikers will benefit from the detachable visor, which protects the eyes from rain and wind.
The integration between helmet and glasses could not be lacking in a Bollé product. Thus, the two front air vents have locking lugs for attaching the legs of the spectacle frame if they are not being used. The system is compatible with all types of frames, including other brands.
Light and airy, the Bollé The One weighs 280 grams(without aerodynamic covers installed) and features no less than 31 air vents for ventilation.
Safety-According to Bollé, the helmet meets or exceeds all international safety standards. In addition, Bollé offers a unique service: in the event of an accident, a personalized sticker attached to the back of the helmet contains a QR Code that allows anyone with a smartphone to access health information and contact the rider or even send a Previously recorded voice message requesting relief.
The new Bollé The One helmet will be available for sale from January 2016, priced at $ 129.95(standard) and $ 169.95(with aerodynamic coverage). All models come with included safety lighting.