The new Standard Series of helmets from Shred Ready raises the bar for helmet manufacturers with safety and value in mind. Available in 3 configurations, halfcut, full-coverage and full-face.
The Shred Ready Standard Fullface is a lot cheaper than a trip to the dentist. The Shred Ready Standard - Fullface A new standard in helmet design has been set with the introduction of the SR Standard. Designed from the ground up to provide unparalleled performance
|Material:||[shell] ABS injection-molded plastic, [lining] EPP (expanded polypropylene), [straps] nylon, [rivets and burrs] stainless steel|
|Shred Ready Standard Full Face Helmet-Blue||$115.00|
|Shred Ready Standard Full Face Helmet-Orange||$115.00|
|Shred Ready Standard Full Face Helmet-Green||$115.00|
|Shred Ready Standard Kayak Helmet Fullcut||$44.97 - $69.95|
First, let me say this. Backcountry labels the textured black as "carbon black". They label the carbon black as "carbon deluxe". Item you will receive is true to the images,but not consistant with the labeling of the manufacturer. Don't expect the real carbon/kevlar helmet if you order it.
That being said....My 14 year old daughter wanted to get into the sport of whitewater. I could have gotten a cheaper helmet,(around 35 bucks for the NRS Havoc at a competitor) but it had no face protection. We spent 3 grand getting her pearly whites straight. Even at triple the price, this was a no-brainer. YOU CAN'T PUT A PRICE ON SAFETY!!
We live in West Virginia , and have some of the best whitewater in the country. While this conjures up mental images of toothless moonshiners,we have all of our teeth and want to keep it that way!
This is excellent protection at a fair price. Highly recommended , and a must for creekers.
I feel that this helmet is a solid full-face, for the price. You could obviously shell out more for a Sweet Rocker or something like that but for me, the Shred Ready does just fine. The fit system is pretty universal, seems like it will fit most heads. It adds that extra level of confidence when I'm paddling, like I have just one less thing to worry about, which is actually really nice. The one gripe I do have is that it pinches the top of my head a little, and can become uncomfortable after its been on for awhile. That being said, I'm still giving it five stars because that seems like more my head's fault than the helmet. But if you are like me and have a bulbous dome, take that into consideration.
I love this helmet! I am a class five kayaker. I travel all over the west running creeks and multi day trips and I never go without his helmet. A lot of people have complained about this helmet running small, my head measures 23 at its widest and it is one of the most comfortable helmets I have ever owned it is however a little squezz to get off my head? The helmet has great protection and is a great price plus it looks really good.
I was worried that this wouldn't fit, but by removing all the interchangeable pads it just fits my 23.5" head. It's a tight squeeze getting it on or off, unless I slacken the back band (Occipital Lock).
Far better fit than my previous WRSI full face - that got returned when the buckle broke mid roll!
This helmet is definitely for smaller noggins. I have a pretty small head (little brain) and I only needed to change out one of the interchangeable pads from the large it comes with to a medium. It now fits like it was made for me. Very solid for the price.
Helmet didnt even come close to fitting my head, i do not have the smallest head but at most i would confider it a large in normal helmet sizing. Head circumference is 22 inches.
Don't buy this unless your head is smaller than mine, I measured 60cm and I am nowhere close to being able to put my head into this thing.