A contoured, comfortable snowboarding helmet with audio capabilities and passive venting.
Protect your noggin, listen to your favorite tunes, and have a helmet that actually fits no matter how your dome is shaped with the Ride Duster Helmet. Its ABS hardshell construction helps protect your head from sudden crashes while a heat-sealed and stitched liner with Airmesh technology keeps your head comfortable and warm. Passive venting helps ensure your dome doesn't overheat when you hike while its ZoneFlex technology features independent flexible zones that conform to the unique shape of your head for a custom fit.
This skate-inspired helmet features a Premium Ride audio kit that lets you pump out your tunes while you ride. The kit includes a premium 40mm driver, volume control wheel, detachable cord, and is phone compatible with a single-button play, pause, answer, and hang-up. Detachable ear pads with integrated speaker frames hold your speakers, and a tool-less removable goggle clip keeps your goggles in place. Plush faux fur detailing also offers comfort, warmth, and a sweet look.
- ZoneFlex ABS hardshell construction
- Heat-sealed and stitched liner with Airmesh
- Passive venting
- Premium Ride Audio kit
- Detachable audio compatible ear pads
- Plush Faux fur detailing
- Tool-less removable goggle clip
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- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I returned the helmet because of the fact that you cannot adjust the size, and it was not low profile. It was frustrating for me because the L/XL was a little big and I could not change that. Also they were not compatible with my Oakley or Scott goggles. It is a pain to wear the goggles and the helmet. The helmet is also not low profile. It looks like you're about to be shot out of a cannon. Kinda dumb, but what I hear from friends it is very protective. Music wise is pretty good. Not the loudest but you can hear people around you and jam. I tested the music out after I got it. The cord, however, does not seem very glove compatible. It was a pain to turn the dial in bare hands, so i could not imagine with gloves.
I would recommend this, but I personally would not use this helmet. I traded this in for the K2 audio helmet.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
this helmet kicks butt... GREAT TUNES to listen to but you can still talk to your buds and hear the other shredders around you, keeps your ears warm, protects the noggin, it's not expensive, and it's very lightweight. I even stuck goggles and a go-pro on it and forget it's there.