Like boots, you don't pick the helmet, the helmet picks you. I suggest you just go to a couple of local boarding shops and try on as many different helmets as possible, then buy the one that fits you the best (no pressure points, but also fits snugly and doesn't move around). Sizes vary widely from company to company. Me? I have a Protec B2 Snow that I picked out just for the reasons listed above. Style wise, I would have preferred a different model, but then again, helmets aren't for style points.
Last edited by Snowblower; 02-17-2008 at 11:27 PM.