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Play the above video for an in-depth example, of fitting Helmet2Shade visors to your helmet. The visors are designed to fit almost any helmet that has a hard plastic surface. Note that the hook and loop tape will NOT adhere to foam surfaces.And remember to position the visors as low down as possible. If still in doubt when you receive the visors please do not hesitate to contact us. Have fun. Contact us here for more.

Helmet Australia

A helmet’s principal function is to protect the wearer’s head from impact. A decent quality helmet is designed to absorb impact force and disperse it across the helmet’s surface, lowering the probability of significant head damage. The majority of helmets are constructed with a strong outer shell and a softer inner layer, often made of foam, to absorb stress.

Helmets usually have a chin strap to keep the helmet securely on the wearer’s head. This is significant because if the helmet falls off after an accident, the head would be entirely exposed.

The ventilation system is another significant feature of helmets. Many helmets include microscopic vents that allow air to circulate through the helmet, keeping the wearer cool and comfortable while engaging in vigourous activity. Some helmets even have adjustable ventilation systems, allowing the wearer to control the quantity of airflow through the helmet.

There are several factors to consider while selecting a helmet. First and foremost, you must select a helmet that is suited for the activity in which you will be engaging. A bike helmet, for example, is not appropriate for skiing, and vice versa.

It is also critical to get a helmet that fits properly. In the case of an impact, a helmet that is too loose or too tight will not provide enough protection. Most helmets are available in a variety of sizes, and many contain adjustable straps or other systems that allow for a personalised fit.