Water resistance you can see.
Rain falls evenly on every cyclist, whether you're a Lycra-clad roadie, a 'cross enthusiast, a fierce downhiller, an unassuming commuter, or — like most of us — a spectacular mix of identities. Regardless of your cycling persuasion, Louis Garneau's all new H2-Cover offers the rain protection that well-ventilated but otherwise well-meaning helmets simply can't.
The H2-Cover's construction is as singular as its purpose: polyurethane-coated, water-resistant spandex that easily accommodates virtually every standard-shaped helmet. (Pronounced aerodynamic helmets probably need not apply.) The cover also has a reflective logo on the side, which seem comically unnecessary given that the whole thing is what Louis Garneau calls, in a bit of understatement, Bright Yellow. We're pretty sure this thing is visible from orbit.
The Louis Garneau H2-Cover is available in Bright Yellow in three sizes: Small/medium, Medium/large, or Large/x-large.
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Use it for more than just rain days
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I threw this on an ugly road helmet for the "high-vis" effect. I'm all about not getting tagged while riding on the road. Other than super hot days it's not too warm at all. I wear a men's medium giro helmet and it fits perfectly snug.
Well done by Garneau
1. Good looking.
2. The hi-viz yellow color plus high-quality reflective accents really help you to be seen by cars on those classic foggy, grey, drizzly Winter days.
3. Good value and quality -per usual from Louis Garneau.
I'd say if you own a size small helmet definately buy the size "S/M" cover. If you own a size large helmet definitely buy the size "L/XL" cover.
If you own a size medium helmet, it could go either way. Perhaps buy both (as I did), keep the one that fits best, and return the other.
This sounds like exactly what I'm looking for - how would I choose a size? I checked on the company website and it didn't have any more info/dimensions. The helmet I have indicates it is "56-60cm adult."
If your helmet is a 56-60 cm then I would recommend the S/M size of the H2-Cover. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.
Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead - firstname.lastname@example.org - 801-736-4337
I don't know. In my experience witj a Giro Synthe helmey, I think the SM/MD cover (actually labled just "small") fits small helmets best. And the L/XL cover fits medium and large size helmets best.
For anyone on the fence size wise... I might recommend buying both and seeing for yourself which one fits best! Return the one that doesn't fit.