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I was wondering what hat works well under a helmet. presumably something that is thin and short is my guess. my lib tech hat that i wear under is ok, but its big enough that sometimes its covers my eyes under my goggles (which is never a good thing). any suggestions as to what is the best?
 

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Honestly all you need is a thin smaller beanie. Try it on with the helmet, if it fits then it fits. You want a small one so that it doesnt bunch up around the goggles and back of the helmet.
 

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if anyone was searching and found this.. should let everyone know about Blackstrap. Best company for anything boarding...

check their adjustable bavaclava out.
 

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Is it really that cold or do you really get that cold, that you have to wear a beanie under your helmet ? Even on the coldest days, I'm plenty warm with my helmet on, on the warmer days I actually remove the vent plugs.

Let me guess, you wear your goggle strap in your helmet also ?
 

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I agree with Clayton, if I put a beanie on under my helmet I would be too hot to ride. even on the coldest day, by helmet is plenty warm
 

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Is it really that cold or do you really get that cold, that you have to wear a beanie under your helmet ? Even on the coldest days, I'm plenty warm with my helmet on, on the warmer days I actually remove the vent plugs.

Let me guess, you wear your goggle strap in your helmet also ?
if you ride fast, ride in powder, or ride in the cold.. no helmet will prevent your ears from freezing, or to feel the massive cold air flowing.. i remove my liners and ride with a beanie or as i posted.. a moisture wicking.. thin bavaclava. and yes i ride with the helmet strap under my helmet as well.. i say no to stretched strap graphics. Style man, style ;)
 

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I do all those things and wear nothing but a thin polypropylene layer or balaclava and I don't have those issues.
 
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