The Revolution FF is Lazer’s new Enduro helmet and like the Bell Super 2R, it can be a converted into a full-face helmet by adding an optional chin-bar.

You have to remove the semi-circular covers to attached the chin bar and it’s held in place by six Nylon screws, so the conversion is not as quick as using the buckles used on the Bell Super 2R, but it’s extremely solid.

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Lazer says the Revolution FF is currently the only helmet with a removable chin-bar that passes the ASTM DH certification intended for full-on DH helmets.

Also included are two removable ear pads. They look like something Luke Skywalker would wear, but then again, they do provide a bit more protection for the side of your head.

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Lazer Revolution FF with optional ear pads

The Lazer Revolution FF features a new adjustable visor, which has five pre-set positions and rotates far enough back to allow for goggle parking, which simply means you can pull the goggles off your face and stash them under the visor. There’s also a formed channel on the back of the helmet to hold the goggle strap in place.

On top of the helmet is a new SMS (Safety Mounting System) interface. This allows you to attach a GoPro head cam or headlight using the GoPro mounting, and the helmet has been fully crash tested with a camera installed.

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Lazer Revolution FF with chin-bar installed

The Lazer Revolution FF weights 340g (without the chin-bar installed) and is available in small, medium and large sizes and will retail for around £150 (£100 without chinbar).

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