Specialized S-Works Evade II Helmet
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SPECIALIZED S-WORKS EVADE II HELMET 2018
Helmets have long been plagued by an unspoken rule: Light weight, ventilation, aerodynamics—pick two, there's your helmet. As you can tell by now, though, we don't play by these rules—or really any for that matter. We'd rather turn standards on their head and create products that nobody ever dreamed of. And you needn't look any further than the new S-Works Evade helmet for proof of this. Straight up, it's the fastest road helmet out there
• Through extensive Win Tunnel development, the Evade is the fastest road helmet we've tested.
• 4th Dimension Cooling System with deep internal channels, large vents, and aligned exhaust ports make it the best combination of aerodynamics and ventilation.
• Patented Energy Optimized Multi-Density EPS construction helps to manage impact energy.
• Patented Aramid-Reinforced Skeleton provides internal EPS support to help manage impact energy.
• Ultra-light Mindset HairPort II micro-dial fit system with height adjustability for the perfect fit.
• Gutter Action brow pad design for increased comfort and sweat management.
• Thin, soft, and lightweight 4X DryLite webbing won’t stretch out with sweat or water.
• Tri-Fix web splitter for improved comfort and ease of strap adjustments.
• Instrap webbing system for ultra-light construction and security.
AS WORN BY BORA HANSGROHE AND QUICK STEP FLOORS WORLD TOUR CYCLING TEAM
In 1974 Specialized was founded by Mike Sinyard, a cycling enthusiast who sold his Volkswagen Bus for $1500 to fund a cycle tour of Europe, where he bought handlebars and stems to take back to the US.
Sinyard started out importing Italian bike components that were difficult to find in the United States, but the company began to produce its own bike parts by 1976, starting with the Specialized Touring Tire.
"Specialized also introduced the first major production mountain bike"
In 1981, the company introduced its first two bikes, the Sequoia, a sport-touring design and the Allez, a road bike. Specialized also introduced the first major production mountain bike in the world, the Stumpjumper, in 1981. Like the Sequoia and Allez, the Stumpjumper was designed by Tim Neenan and based on an early Tom Ritchey design.
Specialized continues to produce bikes under the Stumpjumper name, including both hardtail and full-suspension models. An original Stumpjumper is displayed in the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. In 1989, Specialized introduced the Epic, the world's second mass-production carbon fibre mountain bike. The Epic is still in production today as one of the most competitive mountain bikes in production.
Hargroves has worked closely with Specialized since it's founding and continues a close relationship based on knowledge that we both want to achieve the same thing; the best possible bikes and products developed, produced and enjoyed by riders.
Bottom line: You're in safe hands with Specialized.