Up to 50% off Oakley ARO3 Mips Road Cycling Helmet
Thursday, June 25, 2020 - 15:17
The Oakley ARO3 helmet is aerodynamic and well vented with a nice deep fit.
The best price is on this ‘blackout’ version, perfect for those that want a stealthy look.
Oakley have been making great sunglasses for years so they've decided to make a very good helmet to match.
The Aro3 is Oakley's vented helmet, aimed at keeping you cool on hot days while still being fast enough for the flatlands.
Five large front vents draw air in and channel it over the head before it is released out of the exhaust vents.
Internally, Oakley has included a Mips liner for extra crash protection.
This, along with the deep fit, means that you should be well protected with good coverage should you have an off.
The helmet has been specifically designed to work well with Oakley sunglasses and our Jawbreakers fit perfectly.
Oakley ARO3 Mips Road Cycling Helmet
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