About Ride Snowboards Duster Helmet
Closeouts. Point your board and leave your riding partners in the dust while wearing Ride Snowboards Duster helmet. ZoneFlex construction and 14 vents keep your head cool and protected while your friends try and keep up.
Specs about Ride Snowboards Duster Helmet
- Construction: ABS fused to In-mold technology
- Ventilation: Open
- Number of vents: 14
- Winter: CE,EN 1077,ASTM F2040
- Weight: 1 lb. 4 oz.
- Material: ABS shell and EPS foam
- Gender: Men,Women
- Recommended use: Snow sports
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by DB from Massachusetts on Monday, December 30, 2013Straightforward helmet. The vents do not close, so you may want/need to wear a hat. The sizing for the head is not adjustable, so the fit may be loose/tight if your head does not quite match there sizing. I have not tried the headphone feature, but it does make the ear pads a bit thicker. The ear pads do not seem to be removable. I have used the helmet skiing a few times, and with a hat/balaclava the helmet has performed without issue. Additionally, it traveled well in a ski boot bag without damage, when it was apparent that the airline had not been very delicate with the boot bag.
Reviewed by letpeaceprevail from Northern Idaho on Friday, December 6, 2013We ordered the yellow one for my son, who really liked the look as well as the audio option. It seems very well made and solid, though we haven't tested it on the slopes yet.
Reviewed by Waiting for winter from Ohio on Monday, July 22, 2013This helmet looks great and Im sure will do the job, but I had to return mine because of a few things. The sizing is a bit off. I can usually fit well into a medium, but here the medium was way too big and the duster helmet cannot adjust like the Ride Ninja for instance. People that fall in between sizes should also be wary. Also the google clip is annoying because it has no closure at the bottom so unless you have super tight goggles or have ones with the silicone on the inside of the strap, your goggles will be sliding down. So I upgraded to the Ride Ninja for the fit and the goggle clip issues, but overall I would have kept this helmet if it fit better.