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The lightweight, super-breathable Urge Down-O-Matic Helmet offers reliable full-face protection without making you feel like you're wearing a bowling ball on top of your head.

  • Removable, washable internal padding helps you dial in a secure fit
  • Lightweight composite fiber construction delivers excellent protection at minimal weight
  • Large round vents maximize airflow to prevent overheating
  • Lightweight visor keeps the sun out of your eyes and your face off the ground

Tech Specs

Claimed Weight:
966 g
Fit Adjustment:
adjustable padding
Adjustable Vents:
yes, Venturi Effect
Recommended Use:
mountain biking
CE 1078, CPSC

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Here's what others have to say...

5 5

Green Veggie!!! Less than a 1000 Grams

Was looking for a light awesome fresh steezey sweetness andrew berNard Dog Helemt and this is the one!!!! So light fits perfect breaths well, blah blah blah. I haven't went down in this yet but we'll see how it holds up:)

5 5

Works great

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Light, vents great, looks good, fits awesome.
I've had no issue with the padding and velcro as described below.

5 5

Nice helmet

Comfortable, good ventilation, no pressure points and light weight

1 5

thumbs down o matic...

the interchangeable padding for both the forehead and the back of the helmet is held in with very little velcro. as the padding shifts while putting on, taking off, or just riding, it exposes the "hook" side of the velcro...which is the rough side. the velcro then grinds itself into your cranium.

there is a reason why higher end helmets use more secure methods of fastening the padding....

looks, venting, style, weight, and all of the other concerns about the helmet are top notch, but cant overcome the velcro issue. i should have gone with something different....