Daniel-San

Daniel-San

Daniel-San

Daniel-San wrote a review of on October 24, 2013

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got to test this helmet at a demo in Mammoth last season and ended up riding it both days. It's way different than any snow helmet I've used, reminds me of an old-school pro-tec skate lid... super flexy with squishy foam inside. I dig the styling too, didn't look too big on my head. Can't wait to run it this season, just need some snow...

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Daniel-San wrote a question about on December 3, 2011

Anybody running these with Dalbello Krypton Pros? I had some issues with toe-piece compatibility with an older pair of Marker Jesters... there was play in the toe piece and they don't have any height adjustability. Apparently the Krypton has a pretty thin toe block and doesn't play nice with some bindings.

Just want to be sure I'll get a solid feel with these.

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Daniel-San wrote a review of on July 5, 2010

5 5

Sweet lid. It's super light and fits far better than my old Flux. The adjuster wheel works well, the removable visor feels solid and can be adjusted up or down when in use. Nice to be able to use this on pavement as well... now if I only had a road bike.

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Daniel-San wrote an answer about on February 1, 2010

I'm not sure how a 98mm last will fit, I'm running a 102mm overlap boot at the moment. But both the Full Tilts and these are listed at 98mm... trying to choose between the two. For what it's worth I'm an ex-racer and tend to ski more lines that park. Seems like these might be more geared toward that style of skiing?

Also, can the Dalbello's boot board be swapped out between active and rigid like the Full Tilts?

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