MET adds two helmets for road and gravel

MET has built upon its road and light off road catalogue with the addition of two new helmets under the Vinci and Allroad banners.

The pair actually share the same shell, but are different in terms of purpose and features.

The MET Allroad is made for those who enjoy spending time on the saddle, whether on the tarmac or on gravel routes. With its removable visor without anchor points, it’s sporty on one side, and casual on the other. It’s also exceptionally lightweight for a £70 helmet at just 265 grams. What’s more, it’ll work as a commuter lid to, integrating a minimalist rear LED into the rear dial.

The MET Vinci on the other hand takes design notes from the award-winning Trenta, but hits what the label says is an unmatched price to performance ratio for a helmet in this category.

Retailing for £100 and tipping the scales at 256 grams, the Vinci will sell in six colourschemes. Featuring the MIPS-C2 brain protection system, the Vinci is able to slide relative to the head in the case of a crash, redirecting damaging rotational motion. Two dedicated glasses ports will hold glasses steady when taking a break.

Both helmets are available to order direct to your shop from MET, which is contactable on 0207 193 7496.

Related: MET sister brand Bluegrass recently inked a distribution deal in the UK with Raleigh.