I would think you'd want a completely transparent lens for night riding, which none of these come with. They do all seem to come with an amber lens, which is good for bright sunny days and I guess it will do for night riding.
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Instead of keep buying helmets, you might want to go to your neighborhood REI or Sports Basement or something and just try them on until you find a good fit.
These fit well with my new Boll� helmet, they do not fit well with my old Boeri helmet.
Yes, it comes with an amber lens also.
This thing is great, one side is the correct size for the screws that hold your bindings on the board, the other side is for all the screws on all the straps of your bindings. I use this at home even, when adjusting bindings. I wish I had a handier way to keep it instead of just flopping around at the bottom of my backpack, but that's not the tool's fault.
Depends on what size binding you have. My normal boots are size 11 Vans and my bindings are L and I have to use the medium capstrap; however I've also ridden in rented size 10.5 Burton boots and those were enormous and I had to readjust the strap and easily could have used the L capstrap with those.
Yes to both of those questions. The kit includes everything you'd need as if you didn't have the front straps on your bindings at all.
They look amazing and they get a lot of attention, which is what I was going for, but they do have drawbacks.
The lens latches into the frame in a way that doesn't feel very secure, and isn't - it's liable to come undone, letting cold air into your goggle, which is bad if there is also moisture, because it will form ice on the inside of the lens.
Also the chrome on the outside is real susceptible to getting scratched up. You have to be pretty paranoid to keep these pristine for long.