Oakley Cycling Helmets

Sep 1, 2017

Category: Gear

Finally, after years as the top-dog in the world of cycling sunglasses, the famous optics company is stepping into the world of cycling helmets. Introducing the new line of Oakley Helmets.

Early next year the California-based brand is going to be releasing not one, not two, but three new helmets specifically built for cyclists. The first of the three, the ARO 7 is specifically made for triathletes and time trial cyclists. It boasts an aerodynamic design, and will feature a magnetic attachment for easy application of Oakley shades. The ARO 5 and 3 are both much more paired-down then the 7. They feature BOA fit system, MIPS protection, anti-microbial pads, and an air-channel system intended to help keep cyclists cool. Of course, both of these helmets will also feature eyewear docks for easy storage of sunglasses. Look for these in February of 2018. Prices are expected to range between $180 and $250.

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