Dashel launches new range of sustainable helmets

Dashel has launched a new range of sustainable cycle helmets.

The lightweight range is said to have a ‘distinctive, urban feel’ and is made from recyclable materials. When the user is finished with the helmet, it can be ground down into new helmets at Dashel’s UK factory.

Available in a range of colours, each helmet is also sold inside a rucksack to avoid any superfluous packaging.

Each helmet, weighing in at 360g, is hand-assembled and comes with Dashel’s range of washable fit pads.

A company statement said: “Dashel’s aims to be at the forefront of the circular economy by reducing waste during manufacture, designing and creating products that can be kept in use for as long as possible.”


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