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01-29-2014 10:28 PM
Cpapp Thanks for the input.
I've been looking at all their models again, and the crowbar/splice caught my attention (crowbars cheaper for the color I want)
Anyone have any experience with the crowbar?
01-29-2014 10:02 PM
djmisio85 My Smith Gage Helmet arrived yesterday and it fits PERFECT with my Oakley Splice Goggles. No gap whatsoever above my goggles, and my nose is not crushed down by the goggles. Also the peak of the helmet sits nicely above the goggles upper vents, so hopefully snow won't accumulate on the goggles when its snowing hard.

As a piece of advice, when you buy a helmet, take your goggles with you to the shop when you try it on, or ask the staff if you can try on goggles they have. POINT: Try it with the goggles around the helmet, then under the helmet to see what works

When I tried on my Gage, I first put the goggle straps under the helmet, and the fit was terrible. Then the shop staff told me to try with the straps around the helmet... and Bob's your uncle, perfect fit
01-29-2014 09:11 PM
Cpapp I can get he oakley ambush for $30-$40 so I think I'm going to get those.
Helmet wise I'll probably just go into the store and see what fits and is comfortable with the helmet. (Low profile)
01-29-2014 08:00 PM
justinthorpe If you haven't already purchased a helmet I recommend any Bern helmet, I paid $75 for the Bern Hardhat with brim. They're light, lowpro helmets, stylish, & pretty well fit well with the fishbowl type goggles. I also recommend Anon goggles, I picked up a brand new pair of fishbowls reflective goggs for $60. The helmet & goggles fit snug together & they're both really comfortable & warm.
01-27-2014 05:00 PM
Cpapp Does anybody know if the k2 rival fits with most oakley goggles? I've read it's a good helmet, but haven't seen anything fitting wise
01-27-2014 03:51 PM
Elit3PwnZ0r
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I wish I had an allowance, but they did pay for the last lift ticket
Anyways I'll look into the airbrake's but I've read that the smith maze helmet is lightweight and a low profile, is it a good choice?


The airbrake's seem nice, but are a little expensive. (Even with the discount) What about the oakley ambush and twisted?
That is the combo that I have. Oakley Airbrake and Smith Maze helmet. I find the goggles fit in nicely without a gap and are comfortable on my face with the helmet on.
01-27-2014 03:37 PM
Cpapp Ok, I may get the maze, and the reports have said that it can take a few blows, so I'll look I into it. When I go the slopes I'll check out the shop there because locally, there hasn't been much.
Goggle wise I'll just get the cheapest pair that looks good and fits well.
01-27-2014 02:50 PM
FrootStick Hey mate.

I have the Smith Maze and the Oakley Airbrake combo. They fit really well together.

The helmet is really light! And a great fit.
01-27-2014 05:22 AM
john doe Pick what ever helmet at the store that fits the shape of your head best. The better a helmet fits the lighter it will feel on your head.
01-26-2014 09:14 PM
freshy
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I would prefer to have a helmet that doesn't have the brim in the front though.
The Macon does not have a brim. Looks like a skateboard helmet.
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