Troy Lee Designs A1 Drone Helmet

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Troy Lee Designs A1 Drone Helmet

Technical beauty and design were on the minds of the designers at Troy Lee Designs when producing the A1 helmet. Troy Lee has not had an all mountain bike helmet in years and felt it was time to get back to the roots of where it all started. The A1's aggressive lines and superior venting make it a truly unique helmet in today's mountain helmet world.

Sixteen large vents coupled with a specially designed air channeling visor, surrounded by dynamic graphics, keep your noggin cool in more ways than one. The sleek speed shape of the A1 was developed to suit all types of road or off-road cycling. Whether you are an all mountain dirt junkie, or a cross country racer, the A1 was developed for you and the love of your sport.

  • Polycarbonate Shell
  • High Impact polypropylene visor
  • Full spectrum adjustable visor with +/- 1"/25mm range of motion
  • Large visor air scoops for maximum cooling efficiency
  • Deep air passages for direct flow ventilating
  • Impact absorbing EPS co-molded
  • Comfort lining with nanowick material (moisture wicking + CoolMax)
  • Front air intake passages
  • 6 pressurizing intake passages
  • 6 rear vacuum vortex outlets
  • 4 multi-directional vents
  • 3 position adjustable stabilizer baskets
  • Multi-position cam-lock adjustable stabilizer +/- 20mm movement
  • Anodized aluminum hardware
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Very Nice - Aug 11, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Helena, MT

Great helmet. Light. Semi-hot but really not too bad. Perfect fit.

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TLD A1 - Apr 23, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars

The A1 is a great helmet. It offers more protection than my old xc type half-shell, particularly on the back of the head. It vents well. The fit is easy to dial in because of multiple adjustment points in the liner. The ratcheting backstrap also makes it convenient to snug up or loosen the helmet ensuring a great fit. The helmet is a little low in the forehead area, so when I ride with goggles, the helmet has a tendency to push the goggles down my nose. It's more of a nuisance than anything because it feels odd, but doesn't seem to effect my vision. Riding with glasses solves this. Overall, a great helmet. You won't be disappointed.

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