The rounded front might not appeal to racing types, but for those looking for comfortable head protection for long summer sportive rides, the Saros is a top choice thanks to comfortable padding, excellent ventilation and a fit that means you'll forget you're wearing it. Other, bolder colours are available.
Roc Loc retention system offers good adjustment
Rounded front may not appeal to all
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In present company the Saros seems a little demure but it still has plenty to shout about.
The comfortable Roc Loc cradle system offers three vertical positions and the dial adjuster feels well made while offering a decent range of adjustment.
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