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Keep your mouth pretty.

You don’t want a mouthful of handlebar for lunch, so strap on the Six Six One Comp Helmet to protect your grill. For years, the Comp has been the helmet of choice for riders whose airs are bigger than their bank accounts, since it offers up all the protection of the fancier helmets, without the bankruptcy-inducing price tag.

The liner is removable, so you can wash it when it starts getting stinky. There's an adjustable visor to keep the sun out of your eyes, and a gaggle of vents to keep you from overheating. And the composite shell keeps it lightweight. If you're going to go big, you may as well look good doing it, and that's a lot easier with all your teeth intact.

The Six Six One Comp Shifted Helmet is available in five sizes from X-Small to X-Large and in the colors Black/red, Black/cyan, Black/green, and White/black.

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5 5

Great Value

This is the best deal for a full face helmet I've found. It's comfortable, lightweight, has given me the confidence to help push my riding to the next level. I got mine in black/red and use it while riding the lifts at resorts like Deer Valley and Canyons.

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  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I ride downhill and trail/enduro, this is the best deal you can get on a helmet. Great quality, light, very vented, and the chin guard is angled down a bit more than some others I have used, giving that extra little bit of view. That little brain bucket you are using wont save your face... but this will.

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Sweet helmet sweet price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Good fitting lightwieght has the D ring which I like great ventalation for the price you can't beat it 661 kills it with value on this one I use this helmet for freeriding and DH mostly but it's light and vented enough for enduro too in my opinion

Does it have straps? If so what kind of...

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Does it have straps? If so what kind of straps does it have?

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Greetings Joe, this helmet does have chin straps. They are your typical webbing style with a "D-ring" as the closure system. I hope this helps.

Can I get a weight on this product?

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Thanks for the question, The weight from the manufacturer is 940 grams.

If you have any other questions or want me to help you with an order please do not hesitate to contact me directly at ececala@backcountry.com