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vidp321882wrote a review of on February 14, 2015

5 5

Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm a huge advocate of full face helmets. Your face is arguably the most important part of your head, you eat, breath, see, smell and make out with it. It's ludacris not to protect it.

I used to ride with the POC full face and that was a light breathable helmet but it just doesn't compare to the bell. The bell is light like a cross country helmet but gives you the protection of a full face.

Sure its probably not as strong as a full on DH helmet but its going to take a hit hell of a lot better then nothing. I'd recommend this to everyone I know. Probably the most important biking gear you can get.

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vidp321882wrote a review of on February 1, 2013

4 5

I snowboard patrol and I like a stiff boot, these things took some serouis getting used to. I went from a size 13 to a size 11.5 and the first day I didn't know if i was going to make it. Now that they are broken in they are pretty comfortable. To give you and idea, I put them on, drive to the mountain, work all day in them then drive home and take them off. The construction seems pretty stout and I can flex my board in ways I never even imagined. I'd recommend ordering by your mondo size and if they seem super tight the first couple days, its because they are but they do loosen up. The one thing I don't like about them is the lace system. It seems difficult to get the top as super tight as i want it.

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vidp321882wrote a review of on February 1, 2013

4 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

I ski patrol. The ropes we use on patrol shred gloves. Typically what I've done in the past is use kinco's insulated and water proof em. Its a cheap, effective way but they aren't that warm. These are significantly warmer, and have a two year warranty. I'm all about the warranty.

I've used them more then several times but I consider "putting them through the wringer, five days a week for a full season.

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