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Better than anyone you know.

Skate-inspired style, light weight, passive venting, and audio-ready removable ear pads. Does this sound like anyone you know? Probably not. Well, it sounds a lot like the Ride Ninja Helmet.

  • Lightweight in-mold polycarbonate construction
  • RideDial fit system for the perfect fit every time
  • Removable Ear Pads incorporate integrated speaker frames so you can hook up your music
  • Durable heat-sealed and stitched liner with Airmesh to keep you cool and dry
  • Ride Prime GRS features a removable goggle strap for a clean look if you prefer your strap inside the helmet
  • Passive venting for a cool noggin

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Saved my skull, BUT...

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I have mixed emotions about this helmet. I am happy that it protected me but I am bummed to have dropped $130 on it to have it crack so easily on SNOW! Yes, the pictures of the crack are a result of my head hitting hard pack, not ice or rail or box.

Let's eliminate the emotion and talk facts.

PROS: This helmet is low-profile, light and stylish.

CONS: The helmet is single-impact rated, which you won't find out until you go thru the warranty process. The sound quality in the speakers is pretty rough. Very scratchy and the left always cuts out. It fits strange and even though it has a dial system, it leaves a lot of pressure is places. It cracked on one mild fall on hard pack snow.

My suggestion, for the money, go to Smith or even K2 (even though K2 owns Ride, their helmets are much more forgiving) for a quality helmet.

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bad news, but most helmets for lots of activities have a single impact rating.

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Yes Chris, I know that. And while many are single-impact rated, they do not perform like single-impact, meaning they can actually be bumped without breaking. So the point is to let other folks know that it is not overly durable and for the money, look elsewhere.