Review: The 661 Reset Helmet Is A Totally Tropical Full Face At A Great Price

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After a bit of a hiatus 661 is back and with an all-new full face helmet named the Reset. As the name suggests, this updated lid shows a new direction in helmet style and design for the widely known brand. Not only is the Reset very different to look at when compared previous 661 designs, but it’s also one of the few affordable full face helmets that has been designed and manufactured from the ground up, or is that the visor down? This isn’t a helmet chosen from a catalogue and branded up, this is a unique 661 design, and to ensure no other brand manages to use the same mould, an embossed 661 logo is present on the left-hand side. Rather than designing an all-out race downhill helmet, or dedicated BMX lid, 661 decided that the Reset should be designed as a “lightweight” full-face helmet, meaning that anyone wanting the added protection of a full-face helmet is catered for, and at an affordable price. 661 claims that the medium-sized Reset helmet weighs just 1100g,...

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