Rudy Project's Venger helmet is a masterful blend of form and function, boasting a sleek, visually striking aesthetic that is both elegant and aerodynamic. The Venger is engineered to provide the ultimate in safety and comfort, with features such as the RSR 10 retention system for a customized fit, and frontal airframe padding to accelerate sweat evaporation. The triple In-Mold ‘X-Kross’ construction improves safety and stability on the rider's head, while the helmet's lightweight dynamic design and superior ventilation system make it the perfect choice for both road and off-road riders. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a weekend warrior, the Venger is sure to be your go-to helmet for all your cycling adventures.
- Lightweight and durable RSR 10 retention system
- Triple In-Mold X-Kross construction
- 22 vents for effective airflow
- Adaptive airframe band
- EPS foam liner
- polycarbonate shell
- Adjustable RSR10 retention system
- Fastex buckle closure system
- Divider pro side buckles
- Bugstop padding with protective net
- Interchangeable comfort padding
- Made in Italy
Size & Fit
Material & Care
Rudy Project, worldwide renewed Italian brand for sports eyewear and performance accessories, was established in Treviso in 1985 by Rudy Barbazza to allow athletes to excel in challenging light and atmospheric conditions. An industry leader in sports gear, as well as in cycling aerodynamic engineering, the brand is now operated by Rudy’s sons, Cristiano and Simone, continuing its mission to make top of the line performance products, designed and produced in Italy. The brand is most known for its revolutionary technology, the “Air System”, which minimizes eyewear fogging without disturbing vision, as well as its adjustable nose pads and temple tips, ensuring a superb fit.
- Fits true to size
- S weight: 261g / 8.1oz
- M weight: 280g / 8.8oz
- L weight: 295g / 9.9oz
Rudy Project Helmet Size Guide
How to measure my size?
Helmet sizes are based on head circumference. Measure your size by wrapping a measuring tape snugly around the widest possible circumference - from the most prominent part of the forehead (often 1-2 fingers above the eyebrow) around to the widest part of the back of your head. Measure 3 times, and take the largest number. Using the chart above, select your size.