3 Full Face Trail Helmets, Head To Head

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We get George and his downhill buddies to put three full face helmets light enough for trail use to the test. I’d like to think that I was assigned this product test because of my literary ability to translate complex product information into real world experience. In reality it probably came down to “George smashes a lot of helmets, let’s ask him to do it”. And they would be right. There were two last year, a Fox Rampage Carbon Pro and a Troy Lee Designs Carbon D3; both on the same (expensive) day and a couple of visors at other points in the season as well. If memory serves I destroyed exactly the same amount of product in 2018 so I’m consistent if nothing else and at some point over the last few years I’ve worn most brands. During that time I’ve stood on the sidelines watching the ‘full face trail lids’ genre grow without actually taking the plunge. Alongside the two traditional full face helmets I have for DH or big mountain enduros I...

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