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09-15-2007 12:07 PM
Originally Posted by mpdsnowman
Guys I know I started a thread on a helmet with speakers built in when I first came here. But I cant seem to find it so I will ask again.

Does anybody know of any helmets that have built in speakers for mp3 or whatever?? Killer I know you gave the name of one company....I just cant find that thread
To name a couple:
Pro-tec... Mercenary Audio
R.E.D... HI-FI
Giro... Nine.9 Audio II, Encore Audio I, Bad Lieutenant Audio
Bern Baker... Audio

Salomon and Giro sell replacement audio ear pads and I'm sure the others do too.
09-07-2007 06:07 PM
rubbertoe I like buying my stuff on the net mainly cause I'm a tight wad. But the best advice is to try them on 1st. My head is an oval shape and the giro fit my head shape. Some of the others I tried were uncomfortable for me and would have fit someone with a round head. I believe others are made for pinheads ie Red Skycap. Sorry I couldn't resist.
09-06-2007 02:09 PM
Originally Posted by Slaughterhouse
Yeah, the Lieutenant looks pretty sharp but with lack of vents on them I had to sadly pass. I was SOOOO close to drilling holes in it

Haha, exactly why I'm getting rid of mine and getting something different. It's a beast, that's for sure
09-06-2007 02:00 PM
Originally Posted by Snowolf
I still have`nt found one I like and I just rock a beanie. I was going to get the Bad Lutenit, but it was such a fad last year, I just could`nt do it.
Yeah, the Lieutenant looks pretty sharp but with lack of vents on them I had to sadly pass. I was SOOOO close to drilling holes in it
09-05-2007 05:45 PM
rubbertoe I have a giro and I like it a lot. It has removable plugs in the vent holes for when fat old men get hot and tired, it's comfortable, and warm on those 50mph windy lift rides that happen in the west.
09-05-2007 01:49 PM
killclimbz The thing I look for in any helmet is removable ear flaps. I would rather have that feature than multiple ventilation holes.
09-05-2007 12:31 PM
anthonybsd I use Giro Fuse (with audio inserts). Used Pro Tec before. A lot of holes helps quite a bit.
09-05-2007 05:19 AM
PaoloSmythe Red skycap (yes i know, the evul Burton) but it is durable, fits well, importantly it is as comfy as you need it (ie breath able and no cranial hot spots), plus it is nicely warm and so there's no need for a beanie etc underneath, which would just compromise the qaulity of fit.

plus looking at my avatar, it makes me look like a space monkey! yay!
09-04-2007 11:17 AM
Slaughterhouse Protec sells replacement ear pads for there helmets which have speakers built into them.
09-04-2007 09:00 AM
T.J. the only one i know of off the top of my head is the red hifi.
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