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    Beausage is Beautiful Fugazi Dave's Avatar
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    Less massive aggressive-style helmets

    So I picked up a 661 Dirt Lid last time I ordered some gear. It was cheap, I figured I could use an alternative helmet. It looks cool, it fits well, but when it's on me it looks friggin ridiculous. I'm 5'7" and fairly small overall, and I look like a first grader with one of those huge kids helmets on when I'm wearing it. I feel like I should be going into battle or something.

    And so I now find myself wanting a helmet of a similar style (that is dirt jump/aggressive skate style), only slightly less massive so as to avoid looking like a total fool in the thing. Any suggestions?

    The dirt lid is free to anyone in Chicago who wants to come get it.

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    Look at www.excelsports.com Go helmets and checkout the Catlike helmet. It is not large will not give you a mushroom head look. They fit more like a regular cap.
    Bruce

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    Work hard, Play hard forum*rider's Avatar
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    Giro E2/Xen have the more aggressive styling.

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