Evade 2 v utopia

Discuss light weight issues concerning road bikes & parts.

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by ArtifactsInMotion

The Evade II does not fit my head in a size medium. I wanted to love it because of the design and build quality, but returned it becaues the comfort just wasn't there for my head. Squeezed the sides way too much. Large was too big. The Utopia in medium is right where I want it to be. Excellent comfort, and I personally like the look (not as much as the Evade II, but still cool).
'15 BMC TMR01 58cm, SRAM Force AXS, SRAM Red Aero Chainring w/ Quarq, Bontrager Aeolus XXX4/6, GP5kTL, Easton EC70 Aero Dropbars, Deda Superleggera RS Stem, S-Works Elaston Power, DA9100 Pedals: 7.7kg

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by 1415chris

Campervan wrote:
Thu May 30, 2019 10:52 am
Have you considered the Kask infinity? I'm looking at new helmets at the moment as well.
Although it is not the newest Kask offering, I still like it. The fit and comfort is on pair with Protone. I would even say it is a tad better in that resect than Protone. With its comfort you forget that it is a bit heavier helmet. So if your head is Kask shaped and you like it, go for it :wink:

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