Jeto
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    09 April 2010
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 Array Road Helmet
Array Road Helmet
Deeply sculpted ventilation channels on the interior of the helmet liner rings cool air in through the front, passes it over the head and flushes warm air out of the rear ports to keep the air moving no matter whether you are bombing it at 30 mph, or huffing it uphill at single digit speed. The Twin Axis Gear (TAG) fit system adjusts to your head on two axes, firstly for head circumference and then horizontally to better accommodate the position of your occipital lobe, (the sticky-out bit on the back of your head!). For added comfort the TAG arms are co-moulded with soft rubber resulting in the most adjustable, comfortable and easy-to-use fit system ever. In-moulding is the process of bonding the helmet micro shell to its EPS foam layer to provide a sturdier, more solid helmet, allowing lighter weight design and bigger vents with no loss of strength. This process was pioneered by Bell and is now the industry standard for all high-end helmets. All this technology, plus super comfy padding make the Array float on the head, leaving the rider free to focus on the road ahead
 
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Jeto
fromDarwin, NT
Country : Australia
Age : 25-34
Interest : Ironman
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"For the price compared to in stores comfy affordable helmet with an edge."
Pros: Adjustable, Comfortable
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Jeto's Questions
 
The original functional fitness shoe of choice, the 230 offers a stable base for lifting while offering a lightweight, fast feel for sprint workouts, particularly for those new to minimalist running.
 

What is the size difference to US sizes

I am a US10.5 what would i be in UK sized for f-lite 230
2 years, 8 months ago
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Jeto
Darwin, NT
 
 Alloy Patch Kit
Alloy Patch Kit
Lightweight, durable hollow-forged aluminium container.
 

Does this fit in the Lezyne small caddy bag?

 
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