60% off Oakley ARO5 Mips Aero Road Helmet
Monday, March 16, 2020 - 13:58
The Oakley ARO5 helmet is aerodynamic and well vented with a nice deep fit.
Oakley have been making great sunglasses for years so they've decided to make a very good helmet to match.
The Aro5 is Oakley's answer to having the watt-saving benefits of an aero lid, with the cooling airflow of a vented helmet.
Four large front vents draw air in and channel it over the head before it is released out of the exhaust vents.
This leaves the rest of the shell to be slippery, helping to reduce drag.
The deep fit means that you feel very 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.
Oakey ARO5 Mips Helmet
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