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12-30-2010 06:08 PM
ev13wt
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Originally Posted by john doe View Post


I'd be rocking that if I had the funds and knew it would fit good.
Omg that is so gay in my opinion.
12-30-2010 09:22 AM
Veccster Yeah, I realize now that I should've asked "Brim or No Brim"!

Anyway, I'm anxious to recieve my new helmet. Rode by myself last week and wanted to shoot the glades. I didn't because I didn't have a helmet and didn't want to go out like Sonny Bono!
12-30-2010 08:44 AM
john doe

I'd be rocking that if I had the funds and knew it would fit good.
12-30-2010 07:51 AM
ev13wt I was gonna rage and hate on the style because I thought you meant this:
12-30-2010 06:31 AM
john doe I have a Smith Hustle that has a visor. It fits great with my Smith goggles but I have one complaint. When I rest my goggles above the brim I have to be careful because they tend to slip back easily. Once that happens it is apain to get them back. With out the brim I would be able to have the goggles in a more nuetral position.
12-29-2010 02:35 PM
Veccster
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Originally Posted by ESW View Post
ya, same deal for me, I went out one day no helmet and my top vents on the goggles got completely filled with snow and they froze fogging my goggles up wicked bad. With the helmet this has never happened.
Been riding for nearly 15 years and I don't recall that ever happening to me - and I have never worn a helmet. I also don't ride powder very often.

Anyway, I ordered the Bern Watts - which has a visor. I have Spy goggles that I hope fit.

12-29-2010 01:56 PM
ESW ya, same deal for me, I went out one day no helmet and my top vents on the goggles got completely filled with snow and they froze fogging my goggles up wicked bad. With the helmet this has never happened.
12-29-2010 01:22 PM
J.Schaef I have a bern watts hardhat with a visor.

I find that the visor helps keep the snow out of the upper vents of my goggles.
12-29-2010 11:38 AM
HouseMuzik On some it seems to be style.. others it seems to play a part in keeping your goggles from fogging up
12-29-2010 10:46 AM
basso4735
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Originally Posted by judoant View Post
what is the function of the visor? sun blocking only?
Not really, during the winter the sun is pretty low, and I havent found the small "visor" on my helmet to do anything about it.
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