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Bolle's new "The One" helmet. © Cyclocross Magazine

Bolle’s new “The One” helmet features a carbon wrap finish and a Sunglass Garage — designed to keep your shades put. © Cyclocross Magazine

Bollé, world-renowned for their snow sports gear, is a late entrant into the bicycle helmet market. Perhaps motivated by seeing the growth of POC Sports, Bollé has given more attention to their cycling products, and the company’s latest helmet, called The One, aims to do it all.

As the name suggests, The One was designed as a helmet for all types of cycling — Vents? Check. Removable air foils? Check. Removable visor? Check. Winter liner options? Check. Tail light? Check. Sunglass holder? Not just a holder, but a Garage.

We could go on, but you get the picture — The One is a helmet designed for versatility.

An exploded view of The One — a feature-packed helmet by Bollé, available in early 2016.

An exploded view of The One — a feature-packed helmet by Bollé, available in early 2016.

Bollé The One Helmet Product Details

The One helmet comes with both a summer and winter liner. Both liners have the same fit, so the helmet will sit on the head the same way, regardless of liner. The One will be available in two sizes: S/M, M/L, with the S/M weighing in at 280g.

Bollé plans two offer The One helmet at two price points: The One Standard comes with all accessories — integrated LED tail light, interchangeable all-season liners, detachable MTB visor and Sunglass Garage — except aero shield and will cost $140. The One Premium comes with all of the above mentioned accessories, and a detachable aero shield (perfect for inclement weather too!) and will retail at $170.

Bollé also showed off the urban-oriented Messenger helmet, borrowing features from the higher-end The One, including the integrated LED tail light — $99 for the Messenger Standard, $119 for the Messenger Premium helmet that comes with a winter liner.

Helmets will be available early 2016.

Bollé Builds on Reputation with Fifth Element Sunglasses

Bolle made its name with sunglasses, and it's new Fifth Element glasses, coming out early in 2016, offer a nearly-clear photochromatic lens and adjustable temples and nose piece. Another Bolle item that looks perfect for the variable conditions of cyclocross. © Cyclocross Magazine

Bolle made its name with sunglasses, and its new Fifth Element glasses, offer a nearly-clear photochromatic lens and adjustable temples and nose piece. Another Bolle item that looks perfect for the variable conditions of cyclocross. © Cyclocross Magazine

Bollé made its name with sunglasses, and its new Fifth Element glasses offer a nearly-clear photochromatic lens and adjustable temples and nose piece — another Bollé item that looks perfect for the variable conditions of cyclocross. There’s even side panels to the glasses that are reported to aid in protection and aerodynamics.

More info: bolle.com (Fifth Element sunglasses, helmet is not online yet)

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Bolle's new "The One" helmet features a carbon wrap finish and a Sunglass Garage — designed to keep your shades put. © Cyclocross Magazine

Bolle’s new The One helmet features a carbon wrap finish and a Sunglass Garage — designed to keep your shades put. © Cyclocross Magazine

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