The Trenta 3K Carbon is the most advanced cycling helmet MET have ever made. Delivering unprecedented levels of performance, this helmet is a vital companion for serious riders with a competitive spirit. MET’s 3K Carbon Technology is what helps this helmet outperform any other currently on the market. The carbon’s elastic modulus allows MET to reduce the density of the EPS foam by 20% without affecting its capacity to absorb energy. The parallel ‘ribs’ are linked from the centre of the helmet by a carbon cage embedded into the liner, making it dramatically lighter compared to traditional construction.
In-mould polycarbonate shell with EPS liner
3K Carbon cage embedded into liner
Safe-T Orbital fit system
Hand washable Air Mesh comfort pads
Air lite straps and adjustable divider
Reflective rear decals
Includes soft helmet bag
Weight: 215 g (size M)
AustinVery lightweight and airy when riding, and with a great fit. As comfortable as any helmet I have tried - great pads and adjustable on the move.
Mr LillisPERFECT FIT, VERY LIGHT
RobertThis is the most comfortable helmet I’ve ever had.
NicPerfect fit , good price from Merlin, like the adjustment system, unless my head changes shape I won’t need to look for another.
Mr KAWABEVery light, well-fitted, and aero. Simply put, GOOD.
Mr ShoonPackaged with huge bubble wraps in the box with the bottles I bought. Happy with the helmet purchase. Super good price on Merlin after comparing numerous sites. Helmet is light, comfy and comes with a good padding and ventilated bag. No MIPS wasn't a concern to me even at this price point as it give a floating feel and makes the helmet bigger which is not to my liking.
Mr RaynerDoesn't feel like your wearing a helmet. My old helmet was a Kask vertigo 2.0. This has alot smaller profile, alot lighter. The band tightens around your head which if too tight can cause a head ache. Also the front chin straps are further towards the rear of the helmet which suits me fine. The chin strap is soft enough although I prefer the kask chin strap. Have ridden in 30 c temps so far and haven't over heated, air flow seems fine.