- Best Cheap Full Face Helmet
I had this one I got it for £45 its pretty good but the chin guard is a bit on the close side so you need to yank it off as soon as you stop or it gets very hot. The other problem is that it has a double D thingy which is a bit too fiddly for me.
I have since sold that to my brother for £40 and brought one of these in Cedric Gracia colours it is lighter bigger and according to the certifications stronger. I like it a lot. I got mine for £60 so if you shop around you should be able to get a standard colour one for quite cheap.
Posted 8 years agomikey74Member
Don't waste your time with cheap ones. Remember that the helmet could potentially save your life and is something you do not want to scrimp on. Having just come back from Whistler and talking to guys who have had nasty crashes, the unwaivering advice was get a decent one, as the cheaper ones, although they may pass all the relevant standards, may not offer the same level of protection as the better ones, and is it something you really want to risk?
With that in mind, I can recommend the Giro Remedy as a decent cost versus protection purchase. To be honest, this is the cheapest one I would, and have been advised similarly, to go for.Posted 8 years ago
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