Scott Fuga Helmet review£89.99

The helmet version of a little black dress

BikeRadar score4.5/5

The Fuga’s freakishly racey looks transform between box and head, becoming the helmet version of a little black dress. Thirty-seven interlocking vents, interrupted by ribs which form an integral part of the internal structure, shovel air about to keep things icy cool even on the muggiest of days. 

Secure camlock buckles hold straps firmly in place, and though we’re not keen on having pads on the inside of the retention cradle – where they get extra mucky – it does its job with aplomb, keeping everything steady through even the roughest of trails. 

The solid snap-on Magneto peak is designed to eliminate unsightly holes when riding peakless, so that you can have one lid for both road and trail use, and it works a treat.

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