Limar Air Master Road Helmet
(PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU USE OUR SIZE CHART TO DETERMINE CORRECT SIZE.) After creating the lightest helmet in the world, Limar continues to push the envelope of safety and performance to its limits. In collaboration with the Astana Pro Cycling Team, Limar engineers tirelessly analysed, studied, tested and developed the AIR MASTER. The key features of the AIR MASTER are listed below:
IMPROVING AIR CIRCULATION: Thanks to strategically positioning 15 vents and channels, AIR MASTER is well ventilated and offers air circulation inside the shell and draws heat away from your head.
CARBON CORETECH: Limar exploits the unique properties of carbon, coupling them with eps, to realize a maximum resistance core with minimum thickness. Two structural wings merge with the side ribs of the shell, creating a highly performing cage in terms of safety, aerodynamics and ventilation.
AIR FIT SYSTEM: Extremely compact, thin and light. With horizontal, vertical adjustment and webbing bracket, allowing exceptional comfort and perfect fit.
In mould triple shell technology, slick fit, compact design are the starting points for the develop of our new helmet, Limar AIR MASTER: our goal was to project a compact and extremely aerodynamic helmet, granting at the same time the maximum ventilation for highest performances during the hottest seasons.
VENTILATED AND AT THE SAME TIME AERODYNAMIC? YES, WE CAN.
Thanks to the tests performed inside the Wind Tunnel in Magny- Cours, France, during the project phase developed with the Astana Pro Team , we have worked on every detail, even the smallest one, to reach the perfect combination, never seen before, between aerodynamics and ventilation.
With its 15 air vents and the inner flow channels circuit, Limar AIR MASTER helmet offers, thanks to the Venturi effect following plus:
- the entry of a large amount of air without compromising aerodynamic performance,
- the air circulation inside the shell with consequent release of the accumulated heat, keeping the head always cool.
- The position of the front air vents and the compact but strong shape of the rear part grant a very soft and fluid impact with the flowing air inside the shell, allowing a gradual decrease of the air preventing from turbulence.