I noticed a thread about keeping bugs out of your hair with a helmet with a built in net or a head scarf. Well, I don't have that problem normally where I ride, but I thought some of this might apply to a problem I do have (and I assume many others).
After a ride and I take off my helmet, my hair looks like a corn field (hair sticking up in rows). I don't know if this is worse because my hair is thinning somewhat or not.
Obviously the hair is being pulled up into the air slots in the helmet. I'd like to, at least, minimize this problem, if possible. I considered using a head scarf, but wouldn't that just mat the hair down, especially as you sweat?
Then I wondered if one of these helmets that has an included net for keeping bugs off might restrict how much the hair would be affected since it couldn't normally pull up as high into the helmet slots if a net blocked it.
But then, would the netting make a significant negative effect on air flow?
Any experience with these things (no, I'm not ready to shave my head!).