• Our History,
    Innovations
  • First screen ratchet
    Directly injected in the outer shell.
  • First ultralight technopolymer-injected helmet
    Thanks to I.M.A.C . (Impact Modified Allow Composite), Lazer is capable of developing lighter and safer helmets than the current standards, such as the actual model Lugano, for example.
  • First technopolymer SNELL Helmet
    The thermoplastic shells from Lazer are obtained by injecting high density materials which ensure a strengthened protection. In collaboration with the best chemical and thermoplastic companies, Lazer creates high-resistance technopolymers.
  • First eccentric screen holder screw
    To allow the screen to perfectly fit the seal.
  • First eccentric screen holder screw
    To strengthen the helmet’s resistance to shocks and protect the neck area.
  • Triple-density polystyrene inner shell
    Made to extend the shock waves while taking the sensitive impact zones in consideration.
  • First chrome shells.
    For shiny helmets, with high visibility
  • Morpho System
    Furnishing different sizes and interchangeable cheek pads, for a better fit and uphold.
  • Fluorescent coulours
    To maximize the pilot’s visibility
  • First integrated sunscreen
    Directly fitted on the main screen and triggered with an external lever
  • Pinlock®-fitted screens
    Efficient anti-fog solution
  • V.P.F.S.
    Independent frame (fixing and water/windproof) for fiber helmets. Settles once for all the potential waterproof and windproof issues (due to non-perfect surfaces inherent to any fiber helmet).
  • Superskin
    Compared to a standard helmet, the LAZER SuperSkin can reduce by 50% the rotation of the head, thanks to its “skin”, which is applied to the shell. This increases the protection of your head and brain by 67.5%.
  • Safety screw
    Due to their components and the fact that the center is emptied, those screws will become flat in case of a shock, instead of going through the inner shell.
  • Unbreakable screen holders
    New screen fixation construction which can be considered “unbreakable”.
  • Ultra-light fiber shell, for off-road
    With it’s pure-carbon fiber shell, the MX7 Evo Ultralight weights only 956gr and becomes the first off-road helmet to weigh less than 1 kilogram and break the record.
  • Widerace screen (professional
    The most complete and efficient racing screen on the market. It is made of a flat anti-fog lens, with double and widened peripheral vision. Tear-off ready and fitted with a Pinlock® lens. Permanent lock on the helmet with a screw. Vent/race Lock closing, top rain-lip included.
  • Lumino photochromic screen
    it is the only screen that darkens from a clear state of 90% light transmission to a dark state of 20% light transmission, in about 15 seconds. It lightens back automatically in function of the sunlight’s intensity. This effectively means that Lumino is a complete screen, all-in-one, night and day, always giving you optimal eye relief.
  • Strengthened internal sun screen casing
    Protecting the inner sun screen, this casing offers a similar shock resistance as the EPS. The carved part which holds the inner sun screen is now as solid and safe as the helmet itself.
  • Monaco : the lightest modular helmet on the market.
    1350 grams in the Pure Carbon version, Bluetooth® prepared, Lumino-fitted. The Monaco establishes a new standard.
  • Bluetooth® prepared
    Lazer adapts the helmets interiors of some helmets to prepare it for Bluetooth communication systems.
  • Pump to Fit system
    The Lazer’R is a famous evolution of the Moprho System. Injecting air in the cheek pads with a simple button allows you to fit the helmet at best to your face.
  • Brace modular
    The Corsica is born, with the detachable chin bar. It has the double homologation : Jet and Full-face.
  • Wide-Clear screen
    The screen is curved in the inside to fit a MaxVision Pinlock® lens on the whole peripheral vision. It also has a vent/race lock with 3 locking positions.
  • Phosphorescent helmets
    Lazer applies phosphorescent properties to two of its helmets. During the day, the helmet absorbs the light energy and slowly gives it back at night. That way, you remain visible on the road even if there is no light at all.
  • Smart Helmet
    Monaco Evo S: the first smart helmet with integrated camera and smartphone processing unit.