Leatt DBX 4.0 Helmet
Who's this for: Perfect for riders seeking maximum protection, maximum ventilation, and minimum weight.
Construction: In-molded, dual layer EPS-EPO foam. Polymer compound shell. Shaped to work well with neck braces.
Visor: Fixed position, breakaway visor.
Rotational liner: Leatt's own 360 degree Turbine technology. Little silicone discs to separate the helmet from your head and rotate freely under rotational impacts. Reduces 30% of head impact force at the concussion level, and 40% of rotational acceleration.
Straps and closure: Fidlock straps and buckle for a magnetic, easy closure, and a one-handed release.
Ventilation: 22 large bore vents for heaps of airflow, even at low speeds.
Padding: Dri_lex moisture wicking, breathable, anti-odour pads. Removable and washable.
Weight: Really low weight, as low as 850g.
Pros: Just about as protective as you can get, with some amazing technology to achieve this.
Cons: Suffers from "Looks like a Session" syndrome. Visually, it appears incredibly similar to another leading lightweight fullface helmet, however it is very different so don't worry about that too much.