Had a Red helmet 1st when virtually no one else was wearing them, replaced it with Giro one as was bearing a few scars.
As with any helmet, fit is most important, then look at ventilation, having a varied degree can help, spring boarding in sunshine needs lots of vents whereas January in Canada means you need good ear pieces.
If you like your goggles take them along and make sure they fit or buy new ones that do fit.Posted 4 years agogribbleMember
I have just been given a Giro as a Christmas present (knew size was right, as had used same model before). Works for me, but might not suit your head shape.
Fit is the most important thing, as said above. I don’t use goggles (as I need my prescription sunglasses to see past my nose), but take anything like glasses/goggles when you go to try one on.Posted 4 years agohot_fiatSubscriber
Poc, Carrera, giro, red, sweet: all ok. Not seen the nevica one, but as it gives money direct to Mike Ashley, my moral compass would say no..The only one from a big make I’d avoid at present is the dianese airsoft, which got an absolute hammering by ADAC for the way the buckles fell apart under test. Oh and that ruroc lid with the integrated face mask and goggles. You are NOT a fighter pilot.
Some great bargains to be had in TKMAXX at present.Posted 4 years agoCaptainFlashheartMember
I have a Smith helmet, which fits impeccably with my
Never overheated, even in springtime in Serre Che. Equally, never got too cold, just slip a buff underneath. Oh, and as the helmet and goggles ‘work’ together, I don’t fog up, either.Posted 4 years ago
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