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post #11 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-12-2010, 10:16 AM
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Outside and tight. Actually makes the goggles fit better.


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whats a helmet?
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whats a helmet?
^perfect example of why everyone should wear one


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Inside, because I fell once, broke the goggle clipand then put the goggles inside for the day and have been doing it since
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Rest part of your goggles on the visor, although you made see part of your goggles..
Yeah, but at the risk of them coming down and smacking me in the face I would rather wear them inside. Plus when I put them up they push my helmet back a little so I can get some ventilation in there since mine doesn't have any vents.
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How do you like the smith maze? And I would put it on the outside.
I really like it. It feels really light and small on your head compared to all the red helmets that to me feel like huge melons on my head.
It works perfectly with my EG1 goggles and i wear the strap on the outside. Very lightweight, i actually think that it is the lightest helmet out there (according to smith website) if you are looking for a low profile helmet, i would definately recomend it, once i put it on i totally forget that it is there for the rest of the day.

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