Met Inferno helmet review
Another distinctive Met lid, the lightweight, airy Inferno is a great summer skull protector if the shape syncs with you.
Looking from the front, this lid is all long thin vents, and while the two horizontal slots taper to almost nothing, there’s plenty of air flow through the others.
Big exhaust ports at the rear and top mean lots of suction through the sculpted interior as speed increases too, although it’s not noticeably cooler than the £20 cheaper Met Estro.
Where it does score over its sibling is a lower weight, thanks in part to mesh strip straps and a more cutaway cradle, and a full protective hardshell covering top and bottom.