Reviewed by Rasta Lydia from West Hartford, CT on Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Got this helmet because I really like rasta and I figured having a helmet was a good idea. It fit very well, and I fell flat on my face and the helmet took most of the impact so I was very pleased with it.
Best Uses: Skiing, Snowboarding
Describe Yourself: Intermediate
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Adjustable, Great Peripheral Vision, Headphone Compatible, Protective, Stylish, Well Ventilated
Reviewed by NW Skier from Oregon on Friday, January 6, 2012
This is my fourth hemet over the years and though it doesn't have the features of some of the better helmets I've owned. It still may turn out to be the best one. I've owned Boeri, Red, and Giro hemets. This is the first Smith helmet I've owned. This helmet has a very solid feel without adding a lot of weight or losing out in comfort. After a few days of varied temps and conditions it has shown that it has more than adequate ventilation. The snug/flush fit with goggles is probably my favorite feature. No fogging issues that I've had with one of my old helmets. That without having any exposed forehead! Smith makes great skiing products from expert to entry level gear. I even got one for my daughter. Though it was slightly loose out of the box, I added some padding from her old helmet that was never used and the fit is now perfect. The helmet doesn't even shift with a helmet cam on it.
Best Uses: Downhill, Skiing
Describe Yourself: Expert
Pros: Comfortable, Great Peripheral Vision, Protective, Well Ventilated
Reviewed by Newbie from Denver, CO on Wednesday, January 4, 2012
Nice helmet, great price. I used it last week for my first ski experience, and it worked great. It kept my head warm, it's not heavy, and it is a great color, too (mint). Fits perfectly with Smith goggles.
Best Uses: Skiing
Describe Yourself: Beginner
Pros: Comfortable, Easily Adjustable, Great Peripheral Vision, Lightweight, Protective, Well Ventilated
Yes, this helmet has a convertible pad kit for year round use.
Answered on 8/22/2011 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
No, the helmet liners are not removable. You should shop for a multifunction helmet which can be used for many sports and meets all the safety qualifications for the sports you are interested in playing.
Answered on 8/24/2011 12:00:00 AM by Anonymous from None