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As Mike said, using a curved adhesive mount on the top of the helmet is a great option. I actually prefer to use the helmet front mount though, as it is easier to line up the shot and it gives you better flexibility for the shot you want. They key to a helmet mount is to have the lens lined up exactly with your line of vision, and I find it easier to do this with it mounted on the front. It also makes it easier to turn it on and off. As for durability, I will be honest, I have had a few sticky mounts break off before. This is very rare though. Sometimes when they get incredibly cold, they lose some adhesiveness. Just make sure that you do as Mike said and clean the area, apply at room temperature, and let it set for at least a day. If you're really worried about it coming off, you could tether it to your helmet strap.
Also, great tip for lining up the right shot when using something like a helmet mount is to use your GoPro app on your phone with live preview to make sure that the camera is at the precise angle you want it.

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The Hero 3+ is a good step up from previous models. I have tons to say about it, but I'll keep it short and just list my favorite improvements and features of this camera:
-The lens is slightly bigger than the regular Hero 3 black. This increased the sharpness of the image quality a fair bit.
-Audio recording has been improved
-It is much smaller and lighter than ever
-The battery length is 25% longer than the Hero 3 black
-It is only slightly delayed (maybe 1/4 of a second) on the live preview on the GoPro app compared to about 3-4 seconds on the hero 3 black.

These are my favorite features of the 3+ black. I have been using GoPros for several years and they just continue to get better. I am a cinematographer and use these all the time, so if you have any specific questions for me, don't hesitate to ask!

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This is the perfect helmet for anyone who complains of helmets being too bulky or heavy. Wearing this, you'll think you're just wearing a beanie with the same protection of a helmet. 100% recommend!

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I'm on my third pair of these shades. (Left the first two in public restrooms on separate occasions... don't ask). They are magic, that's why I keep buying the same ones. The only reason I give them a 4/5 instead of 5/5 is that the screws can get loose and the arms swing in, marking up the lenses. Other than that little problem, these shades are the ones for you. Prepare to spit some mad game!

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I got this jacket just as a casual wear and I really like it. The material is sleek and the design is pretty sick. The 686 lettering on the front of the blue and black jacket is difficult to see. My only other complaint is that this jacket does run a little big. Normally I wear a men's L and large was a bit big on me for this jacket. It does have a handy Ipod/Iphone pocket with an interior spot for your headphones to run through the jacket to your ears. Perfect if wearing this for some springtime shredding!

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