The Fuga has a very short and minimalist peak that’s held on by magnets. That sounds bonkers but it works, and despite some quite determined efforts it never moved once while riding.
It also means that when you take the peak off, you’re left with a helmet that doesn’t have unsightly holes in the outer shell.
Speaking of holes, the design is basically eight strips that run from front to back along your head and are held together by ribs that run across your head.
This opens the lid up well for ventilation, and yet it remains supremely comfortable. The cradle design is nice and simple but it’s also quite slim and lexible, making it suitable for any kind of head shape.
More comfort comes from the buckles that join the straps under your ears, which lie nice and flat, and are small and light yet solid when locked in place.
If a lightweight helmet with good ventilation, different styling and a great fit are what you’re after, then bag yourself one of these.