Top quality from a premium brand: Troy Lee himself stood in front the crowd at his California headquarters and introduced the SE4 helmet, "I've never been more proud to put my name on something." Now that's really saying something when you think of all the awesome quality products Troy Lee Designs have produced over the years!
Stand out features: What you'll first notice is the weight, or lack of it should we say. The SE4 polyacrylite is a lightweight helmet, though comes in at the heaviest of the SE4 range being 1500 grams. The combination of 16 intakes, exhausts and internal passages provide excellent dissipation of heat and maximum cool air induction. Combining MIPS brain rotational protection with 13% more EPS in the headband area, this helmet offers ultimate safety.
• MIPS brain protection system, reduces rotational forces to the brain • EPP (expanded polypropylene) chin bar for lightweight, durable protection • Three shell sizes to more accurately fit a variety of head sizes & rider ages, improving overall safety • 16 intake ports / 6 rear exhaust ports • Stainless steel D-rings are both strong & light • Anatomical 3D contoured cheek pads with emergency release system for EMS responders • Plastic visor screws & brass inserts for easy impact break-away • Exceeds certifications for DOT & ECE • Weight = 1500g • Includes Troy Lee Designs drawstring helmet bag
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Troy Lee Designs Motocross Helmets Size Guide
It is easy to find the helmet size to fit you. Motorcycle helmets should fit snugly on your head even if you have got big hair. Ideally pressure should feel firm and even all over.
To find the right helmet size, measure all the way around your head at the widest part from the front of your forehead right around the back of your head and back to the front again, keep the tape measure above your ears as shown (F) and make sure it feels firm but not overtight or too loose - all measurements in centimetres (CMs).