Has an in-mould construction and comes with that distinctive yellow MIPS liner.
The Sweet Protection Dissenter plays second fiddle to the company’s top-end Bushwhacker, but it does have a similar in-mould construction and comes with the distinctive yellow MIPS liner.
The build quality is very good and the Dissenter is comfy too — really cradling the back of the head. We couldn’t feel any hot spots, apart from an uncomfortable hard edge at the front, but this did soften after a few rides.
Forward brow vents channel air over the temples, but there’s minimal padding in this helmet to soak up the sweat.
Sweet’s fit system has a three-position height adjustment, and unlike the Bell Super 3 you can adjust this up and down easily on the move.
Unfortunately, the dial is not that easy to turn, as it’s recessed into the retention device.
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Sweet Protection also opts for a fixed peak on the Dissenter — it’s in the right place but it’s not goggle-friendly.
Excellent quality, but the awkward adjustment/fixed visor loses a point.