Dashel Helmet - Red Gloss
Dashel Helmet - Red GlossDashel Helmet - Red GlossDashel Helmet - Red Gloss

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Dashel Helmet - Red Gloss

Light, Safe, Durable
  • Carbon fibre shell
  • Slim, multi-impact foam liner that doesn't degrade over time 
  • Fidlock® Magnetic Clasp - no more pinched skin! It allows you to take the helmet on and off whilst wearing gloves
  • A range of pads are supplied with each helmet, to allow you to tailor the fit to your exact shape
  • Leather carrying loop
  • 5 air vents
  • Sold packaged in a waterproof drawstring backpack 
  • Certified CE EN1078 the European Standard
  • Weight: 350g
  • Made in the UK

** Unfortunately we cannot ship Dashel helmets to Australia **

From fashion editors to Instagram influencers, anyone who's anyone is wearing a Dashel and here's why...

Fit: It's hard to get a true sense of it online but being made of carbon fibre, they are sooo light (350g). The lightness alongside the expert engineering makes them extremely comfortable to wear. 

Look: The helmet itself is a beautiful piece of design. When I first saw them on display at a bike show, I was amazed at how beautiful they look. And because they are less bulky than most helmets they look better on your head, plain and simple. 

Durability:  The Dashel helmets will last you decades and will not need to be replaced every 2-5 years like most helmets. This is achieved by using Arpro for the liner, instead of EPS foam. Arpro is a foam that is processed using steam, water and pressure, and at the end of its lifecycle it is 100% recyclable. 

About Dashel: Made in Cornwall, each helmet takes about 2 days to make. Founder, London lady Catherine Bedford had a vision to bring a bike helmet like no other to the market and she has done just that. Well done, Catherine!

  • Pads are provided in 2 thicknesses with every purchase, to tailor the fit to your exact head shape. 
  • Place the helmet on your head, push it down ensuring it sits level 1-2 cm above your eyebrows and does not tilt too far backwards or forwards. The helmet should feel snug but not constricting. Use the comfort pads to adapt it to your size
  • Tighten the chin strap, the 'Y' shape should fit just below your ears. The Fidlock clasp must sit under the chin and not on the jawbone.
  • Make sure the strap feels comfortable but secure. You should not be able to get more than one finger between your chin and the strap.

No stock available until Autumn 2019

  • Medium 57 - 58.5cm
  • Small 54 - 56cm
  • Large 59 - 61cm

We are busy ordering more, email us to find out when they will be back.

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