Bell Envy Pro Older Helmets

Envy Pro

  • Construction: EPS foam liner with Fusion In-Mold MicroshellTM top and bottom wrap.
  • Retention: Integrated Fusion-FitTM head hugging retention with vertical and horizontal adjustment on the fly.
  • Vents: 26 total; 17 top, 9 rear.

  • User Reviews (3)

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    Morgan   Cross Country Rider [Nov 22, 2000]
    Strength:

    Light, lots of airflow, really cools your head in the summer
    comfortable and stays put.

    Weakness:

    for some people no visor is a weakness but i ride to trails a lot and i like not having a visor.

    well all the previous weaknesses i disagree with, i like the helmet in reasonably cold weather with no hat and with no visor you dont have to bend your neck as much while bent over in road riding to trails, i would really recommend this helmet, plus when i bought mine they gave me $20 off for bringing in my old crashed helmet that only cost about $20 in the first place! yet it is still expensive for those of us who struggle to keep our bikes in working condition so ill give it a 4 in value

    Similar Products Used: GT something or other
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    David   Cross Country Rider [Oct 15, 2000]
    Strength:

    Lots of venting, great looks and reasonable price

    Weakness:

    Not for cold weather use. Plain colors.

    This helmet has great venting. You can really feel the airflow. If you use this helmet in cooler weather, be sure to hear a helmet cover or skull cap.

    It also looks great. It costs a lot less than some of the other high-end helmets but performs as well if not better.

    Similar Products Used: Bell Evo Pro, Giro Boreas
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    Wade   Weekend Warrior [Aug 03, 2000]
    Strength:

    vents vents vents vents
    design allows air to flow between your head and the helmet where there are no vents
    bell's adjustable elastic fitting (better than specialized braintrust, i think)
    fusion form for durability

    Weakness:

    no visor, but that's ok, the vents make up for it
    padding is a bit on the skimpy side
    vents make up for it.....

    If you find it for sale, you should be able to get it for about 60 dollars. that's how much i paid for mine. the vents really are sweet, unlike the other helmets, you can really feel the air flowing through. although the king cobra did have the front scoop (is that what they call it?) vent, it was still unsatisfactory.

    great for venting, but remember your sunglasses!

    Similar Products Used: bell forza 2 pro
    specialized king cobra with braintrust
    giro hammerhead
    OVERALL
    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
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