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Steady improvements and up to date style join forces to make a helmet that you will actualy want to wear

The RED HI-FI is an essential helmet for all snow riders. If you've ever scorpioned trying to pull a new trick on a bulletproof booter, you know a durable helmet is essential. Built with a high-end in-mold construction for a superior strength-to-weight ratio, the Hi-Fi is the lightest snowboarding helmet available. Since comfort is the key, RED redesigned the interior to improve fit. You might not see the changes, but you'll certainly feel them. On the style front, progressive graphic artist Tommy Penton hooked up the urban-inspired graphics, which are finished with matte and gloss paint details. Steady improvements and up to date style join forces to make a helmet that you will actualy want to wear.

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5 5

Great Helmet

I'm new to snowboarding and after taking some nasty falls I decided to get a helmet. Got one based on the review I read here and that guy is right on the money. At times I had to keep checking to see if the helmet was on. Extremely light with great ventilation. Not too warm, not too cold. I don't have much to compare this to, but at this point I can't see anything being much better.

5 5

Hardly know it's there.

I have been snowboarding for about 10 years and never worn a helmet. I finally decided to buy one after a couple of nasty bumps from rails. This helmet has not disappointed me at all. It looks great and it is very light. Like the title says, I kept forgetting that I had a helmet on.

4 5

Hi-Fi Review

Helmet solid as a rock. Extraordinarily light weight. Not sure it's worth $100, but will see many a day on the snow.