Released October, 2007
The Pros:Well ventilated, keeps head cool. Back-of-head adjustment is easy to work with one hand. Feels very light, don't really notice any weight when wearing it.
The Cons:Visor attachment is a bit flimsy, can come off too easily. Pads retain moisture when riding in hot conditions.
The Bell Slant is a mid-range bike helmet, initially released in late 2007. This product is available in 5 different color combinations, ranging from a basic silver/white design to a flashier blue/silver version.
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Bell only offers one size for this helmet; their universal adult fit. However, Bell has implemented an ErgoDial fitting system on the helmet’s rear side and adjustable cam-lock straps for sizing the helmet to the user’s preferences. The Slant is built with a fusion in-mold microshell, meaning the major components are fused together for a more solid construction. Other features include 21 cooling vents and a detachable visor.
- Universal adult size
- Fusion in-mold microshell
- ErgoDial fit system
- Cam-lock levers
- 21 channeled vents
- Blade visor
- Weight: 11.8oz./335g
- Colors: Black/Electric Blue, Blue/Silver, Matte Black/Carbon, Black/Red, Silver/White
- Certification: CPSC Certified, CE EN1078
User Reviews (1)
well ventilated, keeps head cool
back-of-head adjustment is easy to work with one hand
feels very light, don't really notice any weight when wearing it
fit system and pads feel comfortable and secure
main body can handle a few hits and won't scratch up
visor attachment is a bit flimsy, can come off too easily
pads retain moisture when riding in hot conditions
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