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Bike Helmet Construction
Shell: A plastic shell to hold the helmet together in a crash, provide puncture-resistance and allow the helmet to slide on impact (to protect your head and neck).
Liner: Expanded polystyrene foam. On impact, the liner dissipates the force to protect your head.
Bike Helmet Features
Ventilation: Helmet vents enhance wind-flow over your head, keeping you cooler and more comfortable as you ride
Visor: Sun-shielding (removable) visor attached to the helmet, provides protection and blocking sun light from directly hitting your eyes
Full-face protection: A wraparound chin bar to provide face protection for downhill mountain biking and park riding for more protection
Straps: Comfortable strap system and easy to buckle and unbuckle
Hair port: Extra feature for girls , A strap design that accommodates ponytails
Adjusting Bike Helmet
To adjust the fit, first expand the sizing wheel before you place a helmet on your head
Next, buckle and tighten the chinstrap.
Finally, with the chinstrap buckled, open your mouth wide(The helmet should press against the top of your head as you do so. If not, tighten further and repeat. Just don't over tighten the strap until it's uncomfortable.)
Bike Helmet Care
Avoid using chemical solvents to clean a helmet. We recommend only the use of a soft cloth or sponge, plus mild soap and water. Removal pads may be washed.
Do not store a helmet in an attic, garage, car trunk or other area where heat can accumulate. Excessive heat may cause bubbles to form on helmet parts. Do not wear a heat-damaged helmet