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Red Hi-Fi Snowboard Helmet

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Specs

Material: Polycarbonate Shell
Ventilation:
  • Yes
Adjustability: Air Band 180
Weight: n/a
Audio Compatible:
  • Yes
  • Not Included
Certifications:
  • ASTM F2040
  • CEN 1077
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Red Hi-Fi Snowboard Helmet

When it comes to simplicity and durability it is hard to beat the Red Hi-Fi Snowboard Helmet. This helmet is lightweight, well made, and has a long product life. In terms of snowboarding helmets it is hard to find a better one than the Red Hi-Fi Helmet. This helmet comes audio accessory compatible and is well suited for a long day on the mountain. One reason people praise this helmet is the lightweight Poly carbonate shell which leaves the head feeling free an unencumbered.

Key Features of the Red Hi-Fi Snowboard Helmet:
  • Ultra Lightweight In-Molded
  • Polycarbonate Shell
  • Air Band 180 Fit System
  • Dryride
  • Ultrawick Linings
  • Vent Mesh
  • Quick Clip II Ear Pads
  • GlovesOn Buckle
  • REDphones Audio Accessory Compatible
  • Goggle Gasket
  • ASTM 2040, and CE 1077B
  • Certified in EU

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  • "very comfortable and no gaper gap"

    , MISSION VIEJO, CA
    Pros: very comfortable, good ventilation, has edges to help hold goggle strap in place Cons: the goggle strap clip was an afterthought, built-in audio version is much pricier,

    My favorite helmet along side my pro-tec vigilante audio and it was much cheaper. Pros: Good ventilation for even those spring riding days, good padding design makes it very comfortable to wear, helmet actually has a channel design on the sides and back to help hold goggle straps in place, stock ear pad setup has removable foam and is zippered to easily install REDphones audio headphones. Cons: the version with built-in audio is a lot pricier than just buying this helmet and buying REDphones to install yourself and I still can't figure out why, the ratcheted strap is a bit annoying because you can't simply unclip it like normal straps and I really don't understand since the rest of the chin strap has enough adjustability for any head it seems, and lastly, the goggle strap is a simple piece of plastic that you slide the goggle strap under and is supposed to hold them in place. First, the clip faces with the open end down so straps slide out somewhat easily, and 2, it wouldn't have been much more expensive to just put a flexible strap with a snap on it like smith/pro-tec helmets. Overall it is a great helmet, comfortable, has saved my head multiple times, and is already set up for accessories. For those of you that may not know, RED is a Burton brand and I advocate the use of quality helmets for anyone and this is a good one from a well-known brand.


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Why did you choose this?
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cause it's swag
Travis L on Sep 15, 2014
style and protection
Charles A on Jan 21, 2014
sexy
Tracy F on Feb 26, 2014
safety
Jonathan W on Jan 19, 2014
i order this helmet but it was on back order. and now i see there are more in stock. so do i make another order. or are you guys going to send me one now there in?
figga on Sep 12, 2014
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does this have audio?
A shopper on Dec 2, 2013
Best Answer: This was purchased as a Christmas gift for my grandson and is still in the box. It was his choice so I assume he had checked it out.
Reply · Report · nila t on Dec 3, 2013
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Is it easy to mount a go-pro on this helmet?
A shopper on Mar 3, 2014
Best Answer: You should both a flat mount and a curved mount for the GoPro. The curved mount works fine for mounting to the helmet.
Reply · Report · Remy Y on Mar 3, 2014
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So there is no goggle strap on the back?
A shopper on Aug 12, 2014
Best Answer: There is a hook that holds the strap.
Reply · Report · Edward H on Aug 12, 2014
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