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01-04-2011 11:58 AM
jkc350z Red Mutiny II...pretty low profile and has the front lip. Really comfy too!
01-04-2011 10:47 AM
ev13wt
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this one was taken by a crappy film camera. I played in photoshop to blur around and adjust contrast so it looks good.
Damn I was gonna call it.

But the purple setup looks really tight dude, nice!
01-04-2011 09:02 AM
Wrongday this one was taken by a crappy film camera. I played in photoshop to blur around and adjust contrast so it looks good.
01-04-2011 08:59 AM
Leo
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I use a Giro Revolver. It is confortable, got some removables ears pads which you can put headphones in it (they got like small pockets). 3 sets of pads to adjust the fit. And with my crowbars, it fit damn nice. Wasnt too pricy and i think giro is doing it good for helmets.
Off Topic: What camera are you using for your pics?
01-04-2011 08:51 AM
Wrongday


I use a Giro Revolver. It is confortable, got some removables ears pads which you can put headphones in it (they got like small pockets). 3 sets of pads to adjust the fit. And with my crowbars, it fit damn nice. Wasnt too pricy and i think giro is doing it good for helmets.
01-04-2011 08:50 AM
OmegaRed i just bought a giro revolver as well...make sure you try on the helmets you buy, some of the more expensive ones i tried felt like they didnt have the pads in (they did, I even asked lol). Very very uncomfortable.

Guess it just depends on the size / shape of your domepiece.
01-04-2011 08:46 AM
Leo I use the Smith Variant... love it!



My wife just got the Smith Vantage this season. It is her first helmet and she has been riding for 7 years. Normally, I notice that people go through an adjustment phase when first wearing a helmet. She didn't. Put it on, and rode without ever mentioning the helmet. I asked her after her about how it was after the first run and she said she had forgotten that she was wearing one. I'm jealous of that helmet. It is literally air light. Tons of control over ventilation too.
01-04-2011 08:04 AM
GavinHope I really like the Bern lids - there are some nice lids from Pro-tec, and Smith too.
It's about time that I replaced my helmet - had it since 2004 I think!
01-04-2011 06:25 AM
ev13wt btw bern has some in full bright cyan and other colors go check it out on their website.
01-03-2011 08:55 PM
hpfunk
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Where did you pick up the bluetooth skullcandys? I've got the patrol custom air and it is awesome! Fits perfect since it pumps up, is very light weight, and all day comfortable. It also has a detachable brim (that i leave on) and no gap with my EG2s.
I saw the ranger custom air online last FEB and wanted it but couldn't find it anywhere. Checked every store in the USA and they were all sold out and back ordered. Found it new on E-bay some where in the UK and bought it for like $250 to $300 can't remember. The sound quality is great, the built in mic is great and the wireless blue-tooth sold me. Using my iphone voice control i can call my lost riding partner with a push of a button on the helmet and say the name. Beats the shit out of a 2way radio.
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