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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-12-2010, 12:34 AM Thread Starter
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goggle strap in or out?

I recently picked up a smith maze helmet and was just curious as to if you guys wear your goggle straps inside your helmet or outside, and why?

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outside because thats why the back of the helmet has a clip for it. I'm not steezy enough to be in the x-games and put it under my helmet with a beanie
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I recently picked up a smith maze helmet and was just curious as to if you guys wear your goggle straps inside your helmet or outside, and why?
How do you like the smith maze? And I would put it on the outside.
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Inside. I feel it lets my goggles & helmet sit more naturally, therefore more comfortable.
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Outside.

No pressure on the head from the strap. The goggle can be removed and stowed more easily, on the helmet.





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Inside. Since I have a Bern Baker, the plastic visor on the front makes it more difficult to let your goggles rest on your helmet without having them almost fall off.
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outside, its too tight on the inside of my helmet.
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Outside. I tried inside but didn't like it.

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inside, or else the wind blows in ma face!

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Inside. Since I have a Bern Baker, the plastic visor on the front makes it more difficult to let your goggles rest on your helmet without having them almost fall off.
Rest part of your goggles on the visor, although you made see part of your goggles..
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