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Zap 2.0 Helmet Cover
Ample air flow is a boon for those hot, midsummer rides but becomes something of a hindrance when the temperatures dip below freezing. Cover those vents and stay warm with the Sugoi Zap 2.0 Helmet Cover, which boasts wind and water resistant fabric to keep you going mile after mile. Reflective detailing increases visibility to motorists in low-light and snowy conditions and a little spandex makes sliding this cover over your helmet a cinch.
- A fully reflective and waterproof helmet cover for commuters or winter cyclists
- Zap fabric is designed for high visibility in low light
- Two sizes ensure it fits most helmets
- Item #SUG008T
- polyester and spandex
- Recommended Use
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 30 days
What do you think about this product?
February 10, 2019
I use this for riding my fat bike. It fits well over the top of my POC helmet, cuts the wind and keeps my head warm.
November 6, 2019
What size cover would fit over a POC Octal helmet?
September 12, 2018
Sugoi is a road and MTB cycling clothing and gear company based in Vancouver, BC. Being in the PNW, they certainly know wet/drizzly weather! So... If you are really going to ride in the rain because you have to (commuter) or otherwise you ride/train in the rain (or just in cold weather), then you NEED a helmet cover. Why? A helmet cover prevents rain from soaking your head, of course. A helmet cover also 'closes' the vents in your helmet, improving aerodynamics and providing thermal protection in cold and DRY conditions. Add a thermal cap underneath if it's really cold out (sub 45/50°). The Sugoi Zap 2.0 is a great product. Good looking! Quality and fits well. ***Please be safe riding out there in inclement weather with autos on wet roads. Always buy a helmet cover in a high-viz color.
December 12, 2017
If I want to get a Sugoi ZAP 2.0 helmet cover, and I have a "Scott Centric Plus" helmet size medium, do I buy a medium or large cover??
December 13, 2017
You could probably squeeze it into a small, but I would recommend going up to the large to be safe.