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This helmet and I did not have the love-at-first-sight relationship I have experienced with other helmets. I first ordered a size small, which I have worn in every other helmet I have owned, and I couldn't even get it on my head with the retainer opened all the way up; it was like a child's helmet. I moved up to a size medium, and I still wasn't altogether sure I would hang onto it; it fits larger than other helmets I have worn and definitely for a rounder noggin. I also found that it hit farther up on my head than my old helmet, like the helmet bowl itself was shallower. I decided dorkiness be damned and I would give it a shot anyway, and I'm glad I did. Things I love:
- The interior padding is the most comfortable of any helmet I've ever worn
- The retainer system and tightening dial are superbly designed, very secure and easy to adjust one-handed
- It looks equally at home with or without the visor
- The straps have D-rings to help the material pivot, so they fit flat against my face instead of twisting and bunching up

Things I could live without:
- It's a little on the heavy side for this price point of helmet, but not uncomfortably so
- The visor has a couple holes for ventilation, and the sun hits me in the eyes sometimes
- The strap has a tendency to loosen itself from time to time
- I feel like my noggin is in-between sizes; I think I would be happier with the fit if my head were a little bigger

Overall, a nice looking, very safe and secure feeling, solid high-end helmet for road or mountain. I would recommend to my cycling friends.

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5 5

When I was recently diagnosed with spina bifida occulta, a condition where 2 of my vertebrae are malformed without spinous processes leaving my spinal cord vulnerable at my low back, my doctor recommended that I start wearing body armor for mountain biking and other high impact activities to protect me from impact and also prevent me from hyperextending my spine. The folks at Hucknroll took me by the hand and showed me a wide variety of upper body armor products, and we settled on a Demon Dirt Shield Spine Guard. I couldn't be happier with the product; it's highly adjustable and fits like a gloves. The articulation on the spine plates works exactly as it should and the straps are extremely secure. The shoulders ride up when I'm standing around but fit correctly in a bike position, which is the whole point. Having not worn body armor before, I don't have much to compare the breathability to; it's pretty toasty on my back but the venting in the plates seems to help disperse heat a little. A pleasant surprise was the padding across the shoulders and around the sides; it's low-profile but more substantial than I thought it would be based on the picture. It has a little padding across the clavicle area, which wouldn't do any good for a falling-on-outstretched-hand injury mechanism but might actually afford a little protection in a direct-impact collarbone injury. Sizing on the chart was accurate, and the design of this armor accommodates lady bikers quite nicely. Bottom line: good back protection at a great price; I wouldn't trust my body to just this piece for extreme gravity conditions, but it's perfect for my xc and all-mountain needs.

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