Lazer Tardiz: 2014 Gift Guide for Triathletes

 

Details are what make this helmet great. From its dual layer aerodynamics — meaning the top surface manages airflow differently than the sides — to its transition-friendly features like a magnetic buckle and one-handed retention adjustment system, Lazer knew what triathletes wanted. They also clearly understood that we sweat — a lot. Six air vents, plus an aqua vent (a port that allows you to dump water into the helmet), help you keep a cool head. Meanwhile, anti-microbial interior pads keep odor to a minimum. [$200; lazersport.com