Enduro Helmet

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Manufacturer: Part Number ‎TCTUS270214-L-NEW

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9.6

Manufacturer: Part Number ‎SLMT270205-L-MP001-YOUTH HELMET

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9.4

Manufacturer: Part Number ‎SLMT270205-M-MP001

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Buyer's Guide: Enduro Helmet

How To Choose The Right Enduro Helmet

Why is it important to buy an Enduro Helmet? This may seem like pretty much the most important decision that you need to make regarding your new helmet now. Enduro is more ventilated than other MTB helmets, however not all Enduro Helmets are the same. XC helmets are vent less, however they do not cover as much of your head. Enduro helmets cover a great deal of the top of the skull but they are not as ventilated as many other brands. Here is an Enduro Helmet Buying Guide to help you make the right decision when buying your next helmet.

The first thing to look for in an enduro helmet is a shatterproof liner. A good liner will keep the impact from penetrating through your cheek and into your liner, thus minimizing head and face trauma. The better the liner the better the fit system on your helmet.

Your next important feature to look for when purchasing an enduro helmet is breathability. A high breathability means that you will be able to breathe better and therefore stay comfortable for a longer period of time. An airflow-adjustable chin bar is also something to look for. The better this gets, the more cooling you will stay comfortable without having to constantly adjust to keep your face cool. These features together will ensure you never get overheated on the racetrack.

When we're talking about ventilation we must mention venting which is done with an integrated ventilation system. Some models offer full face ventilation which will blow cool air under your jawline to open up your airways for airflow through your cheeks and forehead. Other full face venting systems are designed to blow cool air from the sides of your head over the top and bottom of your helmet, again to open up your airways. You can get a much better idea of which type of ventilation system is best for you by taking a look at a well reviewed and lightweight full face model.

We mentioned adjustable buckles earlier. This is another feature that should be looked for in a lightweight helmet. Good adjustable buckles will work with any head size and help prevent rubbing against the ears causing loud noises and unwanted falls. You can also purchase buckles that have locking mechanisms so they cannot be opened by a child. Look for padded straps and high quality buckles to prevent slippage and wear. This simple feature can save you hundreds if not thousands of dollars in repair bills over the years.

Enduro makes several different helmets with various features. If you're looking for maximum protection, consider one of their full face models which offer more than adequate protection and padding. The softer padding will also make it easier for you to grip the handlebars. Many of these models are available with interchangeable pads that will allow you to switch between a variety of rock types.

There are several features that you may not think of right off the bat when considering Enduro helmets, but these features will ultimately play an important role in how comfortable you are while wearing the helmet. One of these features is called the retention system. The retention system works to protect the sides and faces of your helmet while it is in use. If the rocks and debris hit the sides of your helmet, it will hold them in place, preventing them from scratching or denting your face. In addition, it helps to keep dirt and water out of your eyes. The retention system allows you to fully adjust the system to your own needs, making it more or less effective depending on where you will be wearing the helmet.

Ventilation is also another key factor that should be considered when purchasing Enduro helmets. Since these helmets have vents on the sides and back of the shell, Enduro riders can stay completely protected even if their eyes are exposed to strong wind or rain. Additionally, the vents allow air to flow, keeping you cool on hot days or during extended periods of time spent outdoors. For riders who spend most of their time inside, they can choose vented helmets to allow air flow but keep the sides covered for maximum protection. Most of these models come with an included ventilation kit that can be used to customize the look of any helmet.

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