The Red Mutiny Snowboard Helmet, with its low-profile design, takes understatement to a new level. While it may keep its look austere, it certainly doesn't skimp on safety. Its durable injected ABS shell and removable ear pads make for two safety certifications. Also, its patented Airvanced ventilation system will keep you cool when the action gets hot. Red knows how difficult it can be to get goggles to fit right when wearing a helmet, so they designed the Goggle Gasket to make your life much easier. For comfort and safety when out on the slope, don’t hesitate to buy The Red Mutiny Snowboard Helmet.
I've had my red munity for 2 seasons now and hasn't let me down. As soon as I put it on, it seemed to fit perfectly. No pressure points, perfectly snug through out the whole helmet. Could be too warm on hot spring days is the only real con. Looks great and works well
Have used this helmet the past season (think I had the 2011 version but is identical) and it has been awesome. Fits well and the goggle gasket, ear pieces and venting are great design features. Also the ability to have headphones built in is a bonus, but I am yet to try this. My only problem was that after wearing it all day my ears felt a bit squashed, but I solved this by taking the extra padding out of the earpieces and it is now minimal. Overall a sweet helmet
Good helmet especially for the price. Not to mention it's super stylish. I have worn some that fit a little more snug but this one is real good overall. Landed on my head a couple of times and it never fell off or lost an ear pad or anything.
I get a new helmet every year. This has been my helmet of choice the last two years. It's comfortable, low profile, and you can get an audio kit for it if you so choose. Not a lot of extra gimmicks but it works for what I want
Best Answer:I bought a large, thought I was an xl, but according to the chart I was a large. And it fits perfect. Snug but not tight, ear warmer a are awesome. Definitely would buy it again if I had too.
Best Answer:You would need to buy REDphones speakers to go in the ear muffs. I think there like 40 bucks or so. I bought some to put on mine and the spud quality is awesome. Definitely a great investment
Best Answer:Burton, who once branded helmets under the name R.E.D. discontinued the R.E.D. line and transferred their helmet line to another brand of theirs, Anon. From 2013 on, all R.E.D. Helmets will be under Anon.