Keep your mouth pretty.
You don’t want a mouthful of handlebar for lunch, so strap on the Six Six One Comp Shifted Helmet to protect your grill.
- Tough polycarbonate shell protects against sharp objects during a digger
- Removable liner can be easily washed to reduce stink
- Interior channeling for ventilation
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Good helmet for the price. It's very comfortable, quite light and gives you a good field of vision. It has certainly saved my face more than once.
My only complaint is that you can't find a replacement visor anywhere...
Great helmet and value but they need to either offer this in a XXL or make their sizes larger. An XL in other brands fit my huge melon but their XL is too tight. I'm sure that their version of a XXL would fit but they do not offer it which is a bummer for me and other people with oversized grapes.
So i am seriously considering buying this helmet but i have heard a lot of people say that the visor is super brittle and breaks easily. Another thing that I have heard is that it is hard to get replacement visors. I would prefer not to have a helmet that doesn't have a visor if it breaks. Does anyone know anything about that or have any experience with it?
I have been looking for a replacement visor for mine for a while now...no luck so far.
I guess you could say it breaks easy, but if you fall on your face I'm not sure what helmet wouldn't break a visor.
I would like to get a large comp shifter helmet in black but its not listed up their black only white, are you guys sold out of black/L ?
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I've had this brain bucket for a few weeks now and have been using it for skiing in the resort. Very comfortable and quality helmet,especially for the price. Four stars because I haven't used it enough to give it five.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is a pretty BAMF helmet, I really, really like it. It's well vented, lightweight, provides great peripherals, and is comfortable. And hey, it's cheaper than dental insurance, right?
This is a nice reasonably priced helmet for someone who does the occasional resort riding or downhill shuttle. Obviously it doesn't have all the bells and whistles of a more expensive helmet but it gets the job done. It's lightweight plus it vents well. This is a great helmet for the price.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The 661 Comp Shifted Helmet is a nice lightweight helmet. I only find myself needing a full face helmet for Mountain Biking a few times a seasons. This fits the bill and the price is excellent. The chin strap is a little cumbersome with gloves on but really that's the only complaint I can come up with. The sizing measurements were spot on.
the helmet is very light and works great. the only downfall i crashed on my first run wearing the new helmet and broke the visor..anyone know where i can get a replacement visor?
This is the best purchase I have ever made with mountain biking!
I took a crash a couple weeks ago and it didn't turn out good.
The morning started out great. A lot of climbing and few stops. But the lake was worth the ride up!! It was beautiful and not all that cold, so I went for a dip and started down.
We started on the ride down. Extremely technical!!! There were lots of 3-4 ft rock drops and big, big rock gardens! Everything was going great. Lots of air, speed, and tons of thinking!!!
But then all hell broke loose. I took a drop and over shot it without correct balance. When I landed I went over the handlebars and ate dirt. After hitting the ground, I started to tumbling down the trail towards a boulder. Without loosing any speed, I slammed my pelvic into the boulder around 20 mph. With the impact being at the bottom half of my body, I flipped headfirst over the boulder and down a 15 ft cliff. I hit the ground hard.
After waiting for 3 hours for the helicopter and rescue crew, they hauled me down 3 miles of rocky terrain in a cart without shocks. It hurt like hell! After reaching the helicopter, the flew me to the Bozeman, MT Hospital. I was released 9 hours later and went home on crutches and heavy pain pills!
Over all my gear, the visor was the only thing to break on the helmet!
I don't do a lot of strictly park riding but when I do I wanted a full face so I purchased this for the price. Can't go wrong as the price as awesome and quality is pretty good as well. I ordered a large and fit like every other helmet I have had in large. Actually pretty light as that was my issue with big helmets.
First full face I've bought. Very stoked on the fit and feel. It's light. Easy to ride with and doesn't weigh my head down.
I just got this two days ago and got to put it to use today. This helmet is great. It's super comfortable, breathable and lightweight. I got compliments on the styling, too (I got the white one). The sizing is pretty spot on - I got a medium and I wear a medium for my BMX helmet and snowboard helmet. The d ring is slightly annoying, but I'm able to loosen it without completely undoing it to get the lid off and on. I definitely recommend this helmet.
This was my first ever full face helmet, and I love it! I've never even tried one on before, so I'm really happy with my purchase:)
Safe and affordable very good helmet
not the lightest or my top choice for the most comfortable full face but it will save your good looks when you decide to lawn dart out on the trail. definitely gets the job done for overall protection.
i busted my tooth out and decided it was time for a full-face. this helmet had the best reviews and was much cheaper than others. i bought it and it arrived in 2 days with free shipping!!! the helmet is seriously great, it provides great protection and as a bonus looks sweet. i recommend this helmet all the way!
I have a tiny, tiny head, and I was stoked because I thought I had found a winner with this helmet in the XS size. I have about a 21 inch head, and was swimming in the XS, so had to send her back. The helmet itself was very comfortable, and style points too! But if you have a crazy small head like me, it won't be a winner. Guess I'm off to the kids dept...
I love this helmet and it is the right choice given my level of use (I ride lifts with a trail bike about 5 times per year). If I was more involved with the gravity side of riding I'd go for something I bit nicer, but $80 for this lightweight and really good looking helmet fits my needs perfectly at a good price. On sizing, I'm usually a medium (giro) or M/L (poc). The medium was way too small for me and the large fit just right, so if you're on the border size up (I ordered both and returned one).
The white is probably the sexiest thing ever, FWIW.
What's the weight on this helmet?
IF this helmet is the same as last year's Comp II (it seems like it simply has different graphics), then the weight is 1,000 grams (2.2 lbs.) for a medium (I've verified this weight with my own medium and a digital scale).