For any weather: With the uvex finale visor, cyclists in town are prepared for all conditions. The first inmould helmet with integrated visor combines helmet and goggles.
"Mount up, visor down and let's go. In the future, the bicycle will become the most important means of transport in urban areas. It promises independence and quality of life. To be able to take advantage of this, accessories are needed that provide optimal protection for cyclists on their daily way to work, shopping or a café. The new uvex finale visor is one of them. It is the first inmould helmet with an integrated visor. The all-weather visor in litemirror silver (protection level 1) optimally protects the eyes from sun and wind in road traffic. Whether during the day or at night: the uvex finale visor can be worn loosely over prescription glasses. The visor also effortlessly replaces sunglasses and extends the field of vision. Plus point: even mascara smeared by watery eyes is a thing of the past. For greater sun protection, the visor can be exchanged for a darker one in protection level 3. The design of the uvex finale visor originates from the mountain bike sector. The low side panels and more space at the back of the head promise additional safety. The uvex IAS system allows the helmet to be adjusted in width. Twenty vents and internal ventilation channels ensure optimum air circulation and a cool head in heavy traffic. The included plug-in LED and the reflective straps and logos offer additional safety and visibility in the twilight: Visor enthusiasts features: Double-inmould construction, IAS size adjustment system, 20 vents, visor in litemirror silver (S1), included Plug-In LED, reflective straps and logos
- [double inmould] Injected foam layer (EPS) directly into the hard outer shell (PC). The second layer protects the bottom edges
- [FAS] Fast adaption system, fixed and secure fastening
- [IAS] Optimum adjustment for different head sizes and shapes
- [IAS anatomic] Optimum height and perimeter adjustment
- [monomatic] Quickly fasten/unfasten the helmet strap with one button