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Yes, they will fit awesome with Crowbars! They help even comes with a goggle gasket to reduce any "gaper gap" ... but the goggles will fit pretty seamless so you won't need it.
By: Four Horsemen
December 17, 2009
Yule & Bellow
May 5, 2009
I already have a Hi-Fi and am thoroughly convinced its the best helmet ever, warm, comfortable, and lots of coverage. I already have the skullcrusher headphones and they are the best headphones ever made my man, big booming bass and clear highs and mids. Why did it take me so long to get this perfect fusion? I have no clue
there are some problems however, this is the redesigned Hi-Fi, it looks but does not feel or fit like previous years!...thats important people, because the fit is significantly smaller, about a half size (so if you are between sizes or plan on wearing a beanie under then order a size up), it also fits a lot narrower than pervious Hi-Fis
another problem that results form this is that the subwoofer earpads are NOT BACKWARDS COMPATIBLE with previous years hi-fis, which sucks because thats what I got it for!!! ahhhhhh!
but now for the good parts; improvements from last years hi fi are that the earpads are much easier to remove, the brow doesnt go as ridiculously far down your forehead so I cant fit more goggles (larger goggles), and I feel it fits better...as for the subwoofer, is amazing, sound is so great and theres a 2 stage mute button!...put a little pressure on it to mute the sound till you release it, or press it down all the way to mute the music completely and then press it again to get your tunes back. that will be so nice for the lift rides volume control does not work and both cannot be operated effectively with gloves on. the earpads are also surprisingly comfortable.
the original Hi-Fi was perfect, now with a few tweaks its even more perfect, grab one to rattle your ears and protect your dome and you wont be sorry
(p.s. black color is matte black not polished as the picture shows)
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RED helmets are made to fit the best with Anon goggles. Those two will have the best fit. With that said, you can run other goggles just fine. The crowbars are great because the strap sticks out a bit away from the goggle, this helps a lot.
By: Wooden Robots
February 15, 2010
December 29, 2008
Sound is great, so is the fit, I think i have an average size head, small was my size and the size chart was spot on for me although I did get to try one on b4 i ordered mine. now my only issue is my oakley wisdoms are too large to work but the crowbars i ordered should be fine, but thats on the goggles not the brain bucket, its cool cuz i can hear my tunes as well as i can ask and i feel a bit safer from little meat torpedos and my not so rare spills in the park
For sure! They will tuck inside the shell lip of the helmet nicely without giving you a crazy gaper gap!
Do you wear your goggle strap over your helmet or under? If you wear it under you may have a lil' more of a challenge with the ears flaring as the EG.5's straps mount to the exterior of the Electric frame. If over style, your dialed!
By: Four Horsemen
November 22, 2009
on the left is previous years eapad clip, on the right is this years (current model, on the page)...this years is much much easier to remove, on last years models i always felt like i was breaking the helmet everytime i wanted to remove the earpads!...now its just a clean easy pull.
Can anybody answer these questions for me?
1) Do oakley wisdoms fit on these bad boys?
2) I have a Mutiny helmet in medium, but its just a tad too big... should i get the small hi-fi?
August 29, 2009
December 3, 2008
The sound on this helmet is super awesome. The sub woofer is a very nice addition and the mute/volume keys are ver convenient. The one downfall is this helmet is way big. It is very lite but when getting in and out of a full gondola your head feels huge. I would recommend checking this helmet out in person before purchasing to make sure you are ok with the size.
anything with a headphone jack
By: Yule & Bellow
August 25, 2009
Unlike its opposite, this control is actually very very useful. Press the mute button down with a little pressure and music will mute untill you let it go. Press it down all the way and it acts as a toggle switch (mute on/off)...is semi-easy to operate with gloves on but you will need to memorize exactly where the button is.
the audio system looks very fragile from the picture. is it vulnerable to breaking?
I can almost see the helmet go through one fall, then the audio stops working.
April 20, 2009
So long as you're not running into a tree branch ear first or pissing off skiers, these puppies are pretty bomber.
By: Alan Bradley
April 29, 2009
actually, the audio system is pretty solid - i've got it on the mutiny helmet...and actually i destroyed myself on a kicker at breck last season by overshooting the landing by like 15 feet...and the helmet cracked but the audio was still solid...also, red replaced the helmet for free so it wasn't even a big deal haha
By: Steven Boldt
April 21, 2009