Review – MET Trenta 3K Carbon Bicycle Helmet

MET Trenta 3K Carbon Bicycle Helmet Review Wiggins
The MET Trenta 3K Carbon is a performance road cycling helmet, designed to keep you cool and save you valuable energy because of its aerodynamic profile. Its ventilation and ascetics are exceptional too, as is its comfort. It has fast become my favourite road cycling helmet of the 2020 summer season.

MET claim the MET Trenta 3K Carbon is the most advanced road cycling helmet they have ever made; the MET development team discovered that carbon's elastic modulus allowed them to reduce the density of the EPS foam in the helmet by 20 percent, without reducing the capacity the foam has to absorb impact energy and force. The result is they could create a helmet that sets a new standard in terms of weight, performance, and ventilation.

The Trenta features a low-profile shell design, and a minimalist weight of just 229 grams (size Medium). It fits securely and comfortably on your head thanks to the 360 degrees retention system and a simple but effective chin strap.

MET have opted to use low profile pads in the Trenta—to reduce weight and reduce perspiration absorption. Ventilation comes in the form of a multitude of vents that sweep air through the helmet to the low-pressure area at the rear—a cooling effect known as Venturi.

The use of the thin carbon layer over the top of the EPS shell in the MET Trenta 3K Carbon has allowed the Italian brand to engineer a lighter, sleeker, and cooler cycling helmet. Add to this the simple but effective fit system, and the high-tech padding; and you have a road cycling helmet that provides superb performance, protection, style, and comfort.

MET Trenta 3K Carbon Bicycle Helmet Wiggins

MET Trenta 3K Carbon Bicycle Helmet Wiggins

Disclaimer of Product Provision and Affiliate Links within this product reviewMET provided with a Trenta 3K Road Bike Helmet for test and review


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