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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 01-04-2011, 07:50 AM
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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!
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Red Mutiny II...pretty low profile and has the front lip. Really comfy too!
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