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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-22-2011, 02:03 PM Thread Starter
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NS fanboys - check your head sucka

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I saw these just a day or two ago. I am not sure that they are going to be all that (dripping with sarcasm) popular here in Colorado...

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But I want it in other colors!
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Well I see they still didn't figure out you need a screen in the vent holes yet... Easy enough to put your own in, but even easier for them to do it.
Perfect for all those new NS riders who want to look the part but not be the part j/k take it easy
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Why do you need to screen the vent holes?
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Wth is the screen for? Keep your bugs in?
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Well if you don't ride hard I guess you don't need the screens. Otherwise, they're to keep snow out (wet head = not fun) and more importantly to keep branches out!
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So these magical screens are waterproof and impact resistant? I guess I just don't ride hard enough to be worthy of these screens

I wear the watts helmet and have never had a problem in the heavy wet snow we get here.
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No they keep SNOW out, not water, I'm not tumbling through puddles. If the snow gets in, then it melts because your head is WARM. It's not rocket science. And yes, impact resistant enough to stop a branch from poking through. I'm just telling it like it is.
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I've ridden in the rain with no vent screens and my head was just a dry as any other time. Any branch that doesn't penetrate a screen most likely wasn't going to do any damage in the first place.
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