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Catlike launches Cloud 352 aero tri/TT helmet

Published March 4, 2016

YECLA, Spain (BRAIN) — The Cloud 352 triathlon helmet from Spain’s Catlike incorporates a new Dual AEROSystem shell design that allows it to adapt to riding conditions thanks to the interchangeable shells.

The Cloud 352’s Breathable Reticulated Shell contains a whopping 352 holes to deliver constant airflow and exceptional reticular aerodynamics, Catlike says. Through a simple system, the breathable shell is replaced with the VeloDrom shell for a smooth surface that enhances aerodynamics  and protects cyclists from rain.

With the VeloDrom shell installed, Catlike’s Dual Flow technology allows airflow through the channels that are created between the holes placed in the front and rear of the helmet. This allows for continuous cooling of the head, Catlike says.

The Cloud 352 also has a new strap divider system that allows adjustment in just one movement, and reflective stickers help make riders visible to motorists, other cyclists and pedestrians.

The helmet comes in three sizes and five color schemes: black; white-fluorescent yellow; white-gray; white-black-fluorescent  yellow; black-white-red; and black-red-white.

Suggested retail: $249.99.

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