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Bell Segment
$30.00 - $48.00 $60.00 Up to 50% Off
Bell's Segment blends classic skate style with a great fit fun graphics. Just as the name implies, the Segment's EPS foam interior is segmented into sections for a comfortable, conforming wraparound fit. Plus, there's a reinforcing skeleton built into the liner and an ABS hard plastic shell for excellent strength and protection.
Bell Segment
$32.00 - $44.00 $40.00 - $55.00 Up to 20% Off
Bell's Segment blends classic skate style with a great fit and fun graphics. Just as the name implies, the Segment's EPS foam interior is segmented into sections for a comfortable, conforming wraparound fit. Plus, there's a reinforcing skeleton built into the liner and an ABS hard plastic shell for excellent strength and protection.
Bell Formula MIPS
$42.50 - $115.00 $85.00 - $115.00 Up to 50% Off
There's no reason to skimp on comfort and protection while trying to maintain a budget. The Formula benefits from the same technologies that make Bell's road helmets such champions of comfort and safety. This model features the MIPS impact management as well as Bell's Float Fit retention system and innovative Sweat Guide liner. Elegant shape, fluid aerodynamics and ample ventilation ensure the Formula's place as a classy all-rounder.
Bell Local
$50.00 - $60.00
At home on the dirt or in the streets, the Bell Local blends classic skate style looks with new-school comfort and technology. The re-tuned shape fits closer and looks smaller, and the Local adds a cycling-style Fit System to a street helmet for a more secure fit. Hit the pump track, shred some vert, or rock it while you’re riding around town. For comfort and style, keep it Local.
Bell Coast MIPS
$65.00
Great style meets cool comfort. The Bell Coast MIPS features an adaptable design that's an easy match with what you wear and how you ride. This model features MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System), which can provide an additional measure of protection in certain impacts. Large air vents keep you cool, and a quality Polycarbonate Shell gives it a lightweight feel. The one-size-fits-all ErgoDial Fit System allows for one-handed adjustment–just press a button and turn the dial, simple as that. - ErgoDial Fit System - In-Mold Polycarbonate Shell - MIPS-Equipped - PinchGuard Buckle - Snap-In Visor
Bell Nala MIPS
$85.00
Usually, when it comes to value, there's going to be some sort of compromise. With the Nala, Bell took a hard line against that. They gave it carefully sculpted vents and a graceful shape, then packed it with the same features and careful touches that define their flagship road helmets, such as the Float Fit retention system, Sweat Guide liner, and MIPS energy management.
Bell Hela MIPS
$95.00
Fit, form, function — Hela offers all these without compromise. Deep coverage wrapped in a tough hard shell combined with integrated MIPS offer secure protection, while the adjustable visor, Float Fit retention and our innovative Sweat Guide lining pad that protection with unparalleled comfort. When the mountains call, reach for Hela.
Bell Star Pro Shield
$99.99 $280.00 64% Off
A full commitment to speed and efficiency means never having to compromise. That’s the idea behind Bell's Star Pro Shield, a game-changing aero road helmet that gives riders the power to optimize performance on the fly in ever-changing race situations. Switch from full ventilation on climbs to wind-slicing aerodynamics in the sprints and flats. With its groundbreaking Active Aero technology, which can be engaged with the simple slide of a button, the Star Pro is engineered to be super fast AND super comfortable. And it comes with a removable tinted eye shield so you can ditch the sunglasses.
Bell Sixer MIPS
$149.99 - $170.00
The last thing you want to be thinking about in the middle of a long backcountry ride is your helmet. It should be well-ventilated. It should protect your head. And it should fit so well that you don't know it's there. The Sixer takes to the trail with Bell's integrated MIPS technology, resulting in a sleeker, closer-to-the-head fit that combines the Float Fit system and Sweat Guide to ensure unprecedented comfort in a helmet. Goggle compatibility, complete with a strap gripper at the rear of the helmet, an adjustable visor height, integrated camera/light mount and a full hard shell round out the package. Bell sweated every detail on the Sixer so that out on the trail, the only sweating you'll have to worry about is your own.
Bell Super 3R MIPS
$230.00
The Joy Ride Super 3R gives you everything you need to own the trail. It's designed for the ever-changing needs of trail riding with a unique removable chin bar technology that basically gives you two helmets in one. You can remove and carry the chin bar in your pack during long climbs, and then lock it in place for that added boost of confidence on technical terrain. The easy, tool-free installation and removal process takes seconds. The Float Fit system is lighter and more comfortable with a rubbber overmolded dial, plus this year No-Twist Tri-Glides have been adopted for added ease of adjustment. Other trail-specific features include our GoggleGuide adjustable visor, a breakaway camera mount and Overbrow Ventilation. The Super 3R includes MIPS (Multi-Directional Impact Protection System), which can provide an additional measure of protection in certain impacts. - Small = 52–56cm - Medium = 55–59cm - Large = 58–62cm
Bell Super DH MIPS
$300.00 - $325.00
In addition to the protection offered by MIPS Spherical, the Super DH is loaded with features, including a 360-degree wraparound, tool-free, removable chin bar beefy enough to satisfy the rigors of ASTM 1952 testing, huge eyeglass- and goggle-friendly eye-port, adjustable-height visor, snap-in camera mount, Overbrow Ventilation and X-Static padding, and a quality fit that is second to none. The end result is uncompromising protection and performance, and unparalleled versatility. The Super DH is ready to take World Cup DH runs on the chin, bang out bike park laps until the chairlifts stop running, or settle into hours of backcountry uphill grinding in search of that perfect ribbon of high-consequence singletrack.
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