|Audio Compatible:||Compatible with all after market TuneUps systems|
|Certifications:||ASTM F2040 / CE EN1077 / CPSC|
|Compliance:||ASTM F2040 / CE EN1077|
|Helmet Features:||Adjustable Fit, Audio Compatible, Goggle Compatible, Vents|
|Material:||Durable Plastic Laminated to an EPS Foam Liner|
|Size Measurements:||3 In Form sizes; S (52-55cm), M (55.5-59cm), L (59-62.5)|
|Weight:||1 lb 15 oz / 885 g|
|Giro Surface Helmet||$23.98 - $84.95|
This helmet's good. Looking online made it look like the perfect helmet, and I got it based on other reviews saying that it merged with the oakley a frame goggle well, which I have. The helmet does go with the goggle like peanut butter and jelly, but there are a few things that are not super-awesome. First off, the first impressions were whoa this things gigantic. I got a medium, and it looks like a giant bowling ball with a brim when I don't wear my goggles, my jacket, and neck gaiter with it. But whatever, the only time anybody's gonna know it's me behind my goggles is on the gondola. Another thing was the earpads. They didn't seem to be very well-made, and kind of curved out from my ears instead of cupping around them. The only time this really bothered me was when I would make a line down a groomer, but it wasn't that bad. I'll still use the helmet, but I'll keep my eye out for maybe a bern hardhat with a lower profile. For my first helmet, it's good.
- this helmet fits great with my oakley a frame goggles.
- it is adjustable under the chin and at the back of the helmet so you can customize your fit.
- I purchased the black and dropped it on the ground, now I have a huge scratch in it. (watch out it scratches easily)
- The vents keep my googles from fogging up
I got it because I have a huge melon with some weird lumps, which in the past has caused issues with head protection. The mirco adjustments make it fit like a glove and I haven't looked back and worn it everyday since I got it
Plenty of ventilation, doesn't make you look like a bobble head, prevents gogs from fogging and can take a hit. You're set with this one.
I live in the colorado mountains and snowboard in every condition and this helmet fits comfortably but is terrible on those windy runs. There's nothing like riding beaver creek and having to buy tape to cover the vents so that the terrible brain freeze will go away. The only way I can wear this helmet if it's not 40 degrees outside is if I wear a hat under it. Not a bad helmet for the price but if you spend a lot of time on the slopes I would suggest something with adjustable vents and bring a hat to save you from brain freeze.