- New Full Face Options
Currently still recovering from concussion after an off at Gawton last week so am pretty convinced its time I binned my helmet that saved me!Posted 2 years ago
Helmet was a 661 comp from a few years back. What’s worth looking at as a replacement?
Not a full time downhiller so only will be used around 10 times a year..budget won’t stretch over £150 at most. Ideally less.
crc had some good deals on 100% aircraft helmetsPosted 2 years ago
I like my kali avatar from edgeactionsports. It’s the v1 so a massive discount compared to new.Posted 2 years ago
Quality is way in excess of the 661.
Love my Bell Super 3R. Light, breezy and versatile.Posted 2 years ago
Is the Bell Super 3 downhill safety certified with the chinbar on. Can’t help thinking that these type arnt going to off the same protection as a permanent full face?Posted 2 years ago
TLD D3/D2 on sale at CRCPosted 2 years ago
Bell Transfer 9: Best fitting helmet I’ve ever had, but you’l need to try one on, first; as with any FF.Posted 2 years ago
Yup, I’ve got a Transfer 9 as well. But as always and above, try on loads.Posted 2 years ago
661 fitted OK but wasn’t that comfy, plus very little venting.
TLD D2 and D3 were just an odd shape for me – the shell sat on my skull, really uncomfy.
The Transfer fits like a glove, and although not exactly breezy, is surprisingly cool once you get on the move. Not expensive either.
Bounced the chinbar of a Super 2R off of a tree a couple of weeks ago. Was only low speed, but very happy I was wearing it.Posted 2 years ago
Don’t think the 3R is certified. Also didn’t read your budget. My bad.Posted 2 years ago
Pondering if MIPs is an essential over a decent d3 etc that exceeds standards anyway these days. 6 days of concussion makes me think I want the best possible protection for the next hit!Posted 2 years ago
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