The Mavic Syncro Helmet is the perfect option for anyone who wants a high quality helmet that's ready for all situations, but doesn't break the bank. Though the Syncro is on the entry-level of the Mavic options, you will never feel like you are getting any less of a helmet, especially when it comes to comfort. Mavic has lavished the same technology on the Syncro as it has its Plasma and Plasma SLR. They conducted cranial mapping tests to make sure that their helmet shapes closely match typical head shapes with pressure points and contours identified and accounted for. The interior shape of the helmet consequently flows along with the curves of the skull. Since heads are still all fundamentally unique, Mavic added the Ergo Hold System, which allows for as much as 6 centimeters of one-handed, on-the-fly size adjustment. For the final touches on fit perfection, as well as excellent moisture management, Mavic has included their Ergo Fit Pro Pad. It might not seem like much when you look at it, but the Ergo Fit Pro Pad is a low-density open cell foam that wicks water from the skin and transports it to where it can evaporate quickly. Mavic then took a hard look at what they could do for the exterior of the helmet. First, they fashioned a sleek profile that has a low volume construction to reduce weight. And with the thoughtful nod to those of you who will be using this helmet on the trails, Mavic has included a removable lightweight visor and plugs. The Mavic Syncro Helmet has been kitted out with reflective highlights to give you that extra level of protection in case you are caught out after dark. It is available in Black/Red, Dark Silver Metallic and White Pearl. The Syncro comes in a Small, Medium or Large option.
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