Described by BBB as a mid-range competition helmet, the Fenix’s large vents cool your head even when you’re working hard.
The ends of the two chin straps fasten together, to keep them tidy, but this is annoying if you need to have one side longer than the other.
Helmet ﬁt is adjusted using two tabs at the back – they’re shaped well, which makes tightening easy with a thumb and ﬁnger, but loosening is more ﬁddly and requires two hands.
While we were riding the Fenix stayed stable. However, the forehead pad felt a little rough, detracting from the overall comfort of the helmet.