CABERG DRIFT EVO - Black Matt
Caberg Drift Evo - aggressive and sporty fiberglass helmet with integrated sun visor.
The Drift Evo helmets is suited for the more experienced Minimoto and MiniGP riders.
- Tricomposite, Fiber, Kevlar, Carbon
- Weight approx 1350g +/-50g
- Pinlock Max Vision anti-fog included
- Quick release visor system
- Fully washable and removable lining
- Double D-ring buckle
- Self adjusting visor mechanism
- Produced in Italy
- 2 shell sizes (XS-M and L-XXL)
This helmet is the result of the experience gained by the company’s racing department and the riders who wear the DRIFT EVO in many championships.
The shell is produced in 2 sizes (the small one from XS to M, while the bigger one from size L to XXL) that, together with an innovative inner lining, offer the perfect balance between comfort and fitting. The rear spoiler gives a sporty and aggressive look to the helmet, enhances the aerodynamics at higher speed and reduces the turbulences. As far as the inner lining, the cheek pads have been designed to offer a closer fitting; it is possible to change and install a different size to get a custom-correct fit. DRIFT EVO quick release visor mechanism allows visor self-adjustment to guarantee a close contact of visor and window beading. Thanks to the visor mechanism with a spring double movement, it will not be necessary to manually regulate it in order to avoid incoming of water or air. Moreover, the lever on the left side of the visor mechanism consents to stop the position of the visor at 0,5cm from the window beading to avoid or eliminate fogging, which is absorbed by the wind while riding even at higher speed. When the lever is lifted, the visor is locked to avoid sudden opening during a ride or fall.
DRIFT EVO is also equipped with a transparent anti-scratch visor, an adjustable Pinlock lens Max Vision to avoid fogging, and an integrated anti-scratch sunshade visor DVT (Double Visor Tech) easily manoeuvrable with a lateral lever.
The lower vent on the chin guard drives air directly to the inner side of the visor to avoid misting; the vent on top channels fresh air inside the helmet through numerous air grooves, while the rear vent favours the discharge of hot and stale air.