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Haven’t used the helmet yet but my order went great. Had a hiccup ordering online and the guys were very helpful on the phone. Thanks!
This is my second Shred Ready full face. I find this one difficult to get on. I have a medium size head and it barely fits through the hole. The strap mounts scrape your head and ears while putting it on. Once on it is plenty comfortable but going on and off is a bit difficult. I liked my old design better.
I use this helmet about everyday while training for ski jumping and competitions. Light and strong
Shred Ready USA
Nice! That is great to hear. Send some action shots, we'd love to see them!
Mr Harry Fettes
Have bought 2 full cut helmets, the first about 5 years ago. These have seen quite a few hits over the years and proved to be very effective at protecting my head. They are comfortable, warm and super secure on my head. I subsequently bought a second hand full face and not being entirely comfortable wearing a second hand helmet bought a new one when the interrupted supply was restored. These share all the good traits of the full cut and I often forget I'm wearing a full face. The only problem was that identified by a previous reviewer (John V I think) getting it on is almost painful. That's a shame because it will put a lot of people off. My advise is put up with it and the rest of the day you'll have a safe, warm and comfortable head. Taking it off isn't a joy either but nowhere near as bad as putting it on. I've also equipped my grade 4 running 11 year old son with a fullcut, can't say more than that.
Full face helmet
I like the helmet. But I am having trouble putting it on. The adjustable head band in the back folds up inside the helmet. It is very difficult to get it where it belongs.Any suggestions on how to stop this?
Shred Ready USA
HI - Email firstname.lastname@example.org and let him know what is going on. He is the lead customer service rep, and can take care of you. We'll make sure that you get the FF fitting well. Have you tried loosing up the HOG outfitting (strap in the back) and then ratcheting it down after you put the helmet on? Let me know - and feel free to reach out to Tyler anytime! Thanks, Bobby