The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
This Red Mutiny Audio Snowboard Helmet is both extremely comfortable and very effective. Its NEW Injected ABS shell will help protect your head from unexpected falls and collisions. The Hidden Integrated Rider controlled Venting helps control air flow. The Removable Ear Pads helps make this helmet one of the more comfortable ones on the market. It is simply one of the best helmets available. You will not be disappointed. It also happens to be very affordable!
Key Features of The Red Munity Audio Snowboard Helmet:
This is probably my favorite helmet, and Thats saying something because i generally HATE helmets. Most of the ones ive used have been bulky, uncomfortable, and very, very, hot. This helmet is actually pretty good though. It is low profile, and has good vents to keep your head from overheating. It also works extremely well with a pair of goggle
Most important it's comfortable otherwise I wouldn't wear it, fits my mellon head and keeps it warm, I like it. Haven't given it the acid test yet but seems as though it would serve it's purpose should it have to. Goggle friendly. Have worn a couple of protecs which I also like but this is my pick. The speakers are a bonus though sometimes need the plug tweaked, but work sweet more often than not. Overall I'd recommend trying it
My husband has these, he's had 2 other protec helmets and this is his favorite one. Lightweight and durable multi-impact foam, Helmet stays cool. true to size. and very cool baseball design. the only thing is the ear muffs with the audio is too puffy, he bought the regular ear muffs and uses earbuds. other than that,it is a safe and cool helmet
I purchased this helmet last year and i couldnt be more satisfied with my purchase.
i wear a size 7 1/8 hat and i got a medium helmet and it fits perfect. I would recommend going to the stores to fit it out before you buy it online to save yourself the time. Some helmets just dont fit correctly.
this one is awesome lightweight, comfortable the only flaws is the headsets in the earbuds they are a little weak and can cut in and out sometimes. other then that this helmet is sic
This is a great helmet, bought it last year and loved every aspect of it. The brim looks great with a pair of goggles on and matte black gives it a great look. The audio capability is also great even without the RED capable headphones, you can still use regular earbuds in it. The helmet came with plenty of different options to size it, different inserts and areas that you can remove to help better fit
I wore this helmet for most of last season. It kept me warm on cold days and cool on warm days. The built in headphones are decent quality, not the best, but works well. The style is really cool, but can look bulky on some heads. Overall I really recommend this helmet
Overall a very nice helmet, and it is difficult to complain at the price. After about 3 months of good use it seems a little easy to ding, similar to other RED helmets I've used (Skycap/ Pure). Still a very comfy and well vented helmet, but the audio seems more gimmicky as I could see my cable breaking anytime now, as my friends already has. Lastly I would recommend the skullcandy earpad headphones, they are much more durable and the sound quality is much better
I have this helmet with, the REDphone earpads, and the regular ones. With the regular pads, this is easily a 4-5 star helmet. Super-comfortable, warm etc. But the audio earpads leave a bit to be desired. 1) they're not as warm, since you're sacrificing insulation for speaker bits. They're also not nearly as comfortable as the default pads. 2) The cord is a bit fussy, and tends to sporadically lose audio connection during any type of precipitation, or if you turn your head sometimes. It's also a bit unwieldy having a cord tethered from your ear to your jacket. Wireless would own in this scenario. 3) The audio earpads seem to flare out a little more than the standard ones in the front, meaning that in windy situations, your ears will be more exposed. Having ice blown into your helmet between the speakers and your ears is no fun. On the plus side, while the audio is by no means audiophile quality, it does sound pretty decent, especially if you have the capability of EQing your source appropriately.
I've used this helmet for about 1.5 season and recently the audio function just went dead. There is a button to mute and un-mute the sound but recently the only time it works is when I'm holding the button down. That is not going to happen as I'm riding down the mountain. It was great for the first 1.5 season but now I'm looking for a new helmet.
got this helmet for 12 bucks during one of their mega sales. i guess for that price, it's ok but if i had to pay full price, theres no way in hell i would ever get this. the audio quality is worse than the cheapest pair of earbuds on the market. not only that but this helmet makes me look like i have a large egghead. def not low profile at all. it's light and comfy i'll give it that, and the ventilation is very good. safety wise it's decent, i've taken multiple knocks to the head and the helmet performed well