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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 01-25-2010, 11:10 AM
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Just got a smith maze super light and very low profile. Worth every penny
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Another vote for the Smith Maze. My daughter got one at the start of the season and like everyone else has said, it's very light and low profile. The Smith rep I got it from said it's the lightest certified helmet. If he'd had one to fit my big head I would have gotten myself one.
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Another vote for the Smith Maze. My daughter got one at the start of the season and like everyone else has said, it's very light and low profile. The Smith rep I got it from said it's the lightest certified helmet. If he'd had one to fit my big head I would have gotten myself one.
I have a large head too (a little over 60cm). The Variant in Large fits me. Don't hesitate to get this one. It is still a very light helmet. I can also attest to its durability because it saved me from a very bad spill.


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does the RED hifi count as low profile?

well its definitely lower-profiler than my old pro-tec...anyway just throwin that out there cause you can get it for real cheap

now that i've read this thread though, i'll probably go smith maze next time, if i can get it a good price that is
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