Bell Sequence Helmet

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Bell Sequence Helmet
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Bell Sequence Helmet 2013.

The Bell Sequence is a XC helmet with stylish looks. The Sequence has 21 channeled vents. Channeled venting flows air from the front of the helmet and brings it up and around the head while flushing out any heat. The Variable Position Visor (VPV) allows for up to 15 degrees of horizontal movement. Taking advantage of clutch technology, the VPV is simple to use. To adjust all you need to do is tug up or down. Fusion In-mold Microshell and Bottom wrap are what gives this helmet its shape and strength. The Array also features internal reinforcement which also grants more strength and support. Easy to use Cam-Lock levers help dial in and give the helmet a more comfortable fit. The Sequence features Twin Axis Gear (TAG) Fit system. This system adjusts on two axes. First, around the head as standard systems do. Second, horizontally. This second fit accommodates differences in the shapes of heads.

The Sequence takes advantage of the TAG fit system in conjunction with the Easy to use Cam-Lock Levers is what gives enables the security and comfort of this helmet. Channeled ventilation keep air flow at a maximum and the VPV Visor helps to keep the sun out of your face.

2013 Bell Sequence Helmet Features.

Measuring Tip: Simply use measure the circumference of your head across your forehead and above your ears, similarly to how a hat would sit on your head.

Fit:

  • Twin Axis Gear fit system adjusts to the head circumferentially and horizontally to better accommodate varied head shapes

Fabric:

  • Fusion In-Mold microshell construction

Ventilation:

  • Specially designed ventilation channels on the interior of the helmet's liner bring cool air in, pass it over the head and flush out warm air
  • 21 Channeled Vents

Manufactured:

  • Made in China

Features:

  • 325 Grams Claimed
  • Internal Reinforcement
  • In-Mold Bottom Wrap
  • Cam-Lock Levers
  • US shipments only
  • Variable position visor allows for 15 degrees of horizontal adjustment
  • CE EN1078 and CPSC Bicycle Certified
Backcountry.com

Bell designed the Sequence Bike Helmet to sit squarely between XC and freeride—in the mysterious land of all-mountain. The Sequence combines the tough, meaty goodness to sustain a big hit while you’re hucking yourself with the ventilation to let you climb Puke Hill without your sweat rinsing the sunglasses off your face.


Sierra Trading Post
Bell's Sequence bike helmet follows up a well-ventilated shell with the superb Twin Axis Gear fit system for protection that's well-suited to both road and trail riding.
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Reviews:

I just recently picked this up in bronze with the graphics, it looks unreal in person. Real light or an AM lid, but feels nice and sturdy, it has a fair amount of venting not too much nt too little. You wont forget you are wearing the helmet but it fits on your head very snuggly and comfortably, no pressure points that I noticed at all. I will be buying another when this one meets its tree.

Matthew Charette at Backcountry.com on 10/06/2010

This is my first helmet and I love it. I hated wearing a helmet for a while until I bought this and now I won't ride without it. It us very comfortable and fits my head very well, and also keeps my head slot cooler by channeling air down onto my head while riding, plus it come in slot of cool colors.

29erDuck at Backcountry.com on 04/18/2011