The S-Works Evade is the ultimate aerodynamic racing helmet, combining a superior wind tunnel tested design, ultra-light construction, and great ventilation for the best performance on the road or time trial.
Advanced aerodynamics saves 46 seconds over 40km*
Patented Aramid-reinforced Inner Matrix for ultra-light construction and energy management
4th Dimension Cooling System with deep internal channels, massive vents and aligned exhaust ports
Ultra-light, Mindset micro-dial fit system with height adjustability for perfect fit and comfort
Tri-Fix web splitter for improved comfort and ease of strap adjustments
Thin, soft and lightweight 4X DryLite webbing won't stretch out with sweat or water
Instrap webbing system for ultra-light construction and security
Complies with one or more of the following safety standards for bicycle helmets: CPSC, SNELL B90A, CE and AS/NZS
*over a standard road helmet
S-Works Evade In Action
A prototype of the Evade helmet was presented to Mark Cavendish and Tom Boonen before the 2013 edition of Milan-San Remo. Both riders were very intrigued and promptly began wearing the helmet in competition.
Boonen's form was building at this Belgian semi-classic, setting the stage for a thrilling showdown at Flanders and Roubaix. Unfortunately, cycling fans didn't get to see the battles unfold, as a crash just 20km into Flanders cut short Boonen's title defense.
Vincenzo Nibali: The Shark
Vincenzo Nibali wore the S-Works Evade helmet on the Stage 18 uphill time trial en route to overall victory at the 2013 Giro d'Italia.
Cavendish Scores 100
Another milestone was surpassed when Cavendish notched his 100th career victory on stage 12 of the Giro d'Italia...again, in the S-Works Evade helmet.
Evie and her Specialized-lululemon Team dominated the 2013 Giro del Trentino, winning the second stage and overall, and demonstrating that the S-Works Evade is fast for both men and women riders.
Jan Frodeno won the Saint Anthony triathlon while putting a prototype S-Works Evade helmet through extensive real-world testing.
Javier Gomez--the man that Chris McCormack describes as "one of the best athletes I've ever seen"--attacked the San Diego Triathlon.