It was always going to be difficult to improve the S-Works Prevail helmet, the industry leader for ventilation, comfort and fit. How did we do it By listening to those who know best 'our riders'. They helped us realise the need for a change in shape and a lower-sitting design. We aimed to prove that our biggest and brightest ideas could be presented on a small and stylish helmet.
Our patented EPS construction process pairs multi-density foam with a robotically woven, Aramid-reinforced skeleton.The end result is a helmet with a neater profile which sits lower on the head, improving both comfort and safety.
The updated S-Works Prevail II features internal channels from front to back, ensuring air passes though the helmet and cools the entire head.
The new design also performed well under wind tunnel conditions. In a test, we found the new shape saved six seconds over 40km, in comparison to standard road helmets.
A new Gutter Action System also ensures that sweat will be kept away from your eyes and diverted to pads on the side of your head.
We're proud of the S-Works Prevail II, it's the most lightweight and versatile helmet we've ever made capable of tackling high alpine climbs in soaring temperatures and wind-swept flatland smashes alike.
- Patented Energy Optimized Multi-Density EPS construction helps to manage impact energy.
- Patented aramid-reinforced skeleton provides internal EPS support.
- Ultra-light Mindset HairPort II micro-dial fit system with height adjustability for the perfect fit.
- Mega Mouthport optimizes cooling and sweat evaporation.
- Aerodynamic design.
- 4th Dimension Cooling System with deep internal channels, large vents, and aligned exhaust ports.
- Thin, soft, and lightweight 4X DryLite webbing wonâ€™t stretch out with sweat or water.
- Tri-Fix web splitter for improved comfort and ease of strap adjustments.
- Instrap webbing system for ultra-light construction and security.
- Gutter Action brow pad design for increased comfort and sweat management.
- Reflective decals for increased visibility to motorists in low-light conditions.