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    Post pictures of your helmets.

    I have seen a couple of threads talking about helmets but no picture thread. So post up you lid protectors for all to see!

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    Post pictures of your helmets.-imageuploadedbytapatalk1345993791.203467.jpg Here is me and my helmet. A specialized align.

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    Post pictures of your helmets.-imageuploadedbytapatalk1345993805.589546.jpg

    I mostly use a traditional helmet but I got this for when things get a little rougher.

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    Trail, pump track, DH and DH backup

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    +1 for the Hex

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    Specialized Deviant & Zeal goggles
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    Hi!

    After some time and trying several helmets (Fox, 661, Kali, TLD) I have found something for me
    The look is not exactly what I would like to see, but how this things fit on my head...

    1. URGE Endur-o-matic - great all around helmet for lighter kind of riding


    2. URGE Archie Enduro - for enduro and harder stuff - with perfect breathing


    and URGE Down-o-matic for sick stuff on the way

    I can only recomment URGE helmets as the QUALITY stuff !
    Last edited by luke_; 08-28-2012 at 01:50 PM.

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    RED Hi-Fi after a head first trip through a rock garden at 20mph...

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    My collection.
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    Giro Feature


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    Some nice helmets there, make mine look like rubbish. I am due for a new one though, as the current gets too hot for my liking on the long rides that stretch into the middle of the day.

    I have a hard time fitting my head in an L, so limited in what I can wear. Shopping online is a real hit/miss for fit, and the LBS seems to stock either the most cheap and most expensive options.

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    These are nice helmets. I think these are more protect to our head. I like these helmets. Thanks for sharing these............

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    Heres mine

    Had a Giro before but landed on my face and got away with all my teeth and nose intact so decided it was cheaper than the dentist bill!

    I had the old version of this but i must have damaged it so took advantage of the crash replacement warranty and this one turned up this morning
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    This is my Giro Xen Fabric shortly before it's retirement.


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    Fox Transition - I like the skate style helmets, and this one has a good amount of vents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsdc View Post
    This is my Giro Xen Fabric shortly before it's retirement.

    JEEZ!! you do realise your meant to ride wheel side down?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewfuzzy View Post
    Heres mine

    Had a Giro before but landed on my face and got away with all my teeth and nose intact so decided it was cheaper than the dentist bill!

    I had the old version of this but i must have damaged it so took advantage of the crash replacement warranty and this one turned up this morning
    I really dig this full face ... been debating going to a full.

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    Just getting back into trail riding. Any helmet recommendations?

    I'm already looking at the following:

    Bell Muni (love that this one is made in the USA)
    Fox Flux
    Poc Trabec (a little to much $$$$$ perhaps)

    Any other suggestions?

    -S

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    i bought a fox flux this season and so far i love it..
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsdc View Post
    This is my Giro Xen Fabric shortly before it's retirement.

    I have (had) the same helmet. Surprisingly your's is red underneath and mine was silver. I took the fabric off after it rotted away. Let a buddy use it and he left it on the ground next to a car. Car pulled away and crushed it. That's how I retired mine.

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    I can't post an image until my post count is 10 or higher but here is a link to a pic of my helmets;

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    Front row L to R: Giro Torero, Specialized Mountain Man, Specialized Vice
    Back row L to R: Aerogo, Bell

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    Giro Feature after the first ride with it today I can say it vents well and is very light for the coverage. Sorry about the gloves they just came out of the box today.


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    Guess I'll play too...

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    Post pictures of your helmets.-imageuploadedbytapatalk1348888995.484303.jpg

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    I got a few helmets...my first one that I still wear is a Giro Switchblade:



    next is a Giro Mad Max II:



    next is a Giro Remedy which I never wear:



    and lastly is a Urge Down-o-Matic:

    We Can't Stop Here...This Is Bat Country.
    Out Of Step.

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    Ended buying the Fox Flux a couple weeks ago based on the input from you guys.

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    I have 2 of these Las Victory helmets, one red and one white. Comes in a fancy helmet bag with a winter and summer liner and spare pads, they are the best fitting and most comfortable helmets i have ever worn, lightweight at 290g but a very solid construction, i seriously dont even know im wearing it. This is the regular version, the MTB specific one is identicle only with a plastic visor.
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    Currently Giro my preference

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    Here's mine...Fox Flux and my decision came from the great reviews on these boards...

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