Carbon Fiber Helmet Styles
Carbon fiber helmet come in many different styles based on the type
of riding and preference of coverage. The following we introduce
several conventional styles.
Typical of most helmets are the carbon fiber helmets. Sometime
called beanie, or shorty helmets, half helmets are a popular choice
for those who ride cruisers or want that open feeling while still
wearing an approved helmet.
Open Face Helmets
An open face or 3/4 helmet is similar to a half helmet except for
having side or ear coverage. This is another popular helmet with
cruisers and some models can accommodate headphones used to
communicate with a passenger. Half helmets with material or leather
neck curtains are still considered half helmets despite the side
coverage they provide.
Full Face Helmets
More typically worn by street bike riders and racers, full face
helmets provide the greatest protection and are worn by many
riders. A full helmet also provides more protection from wind, bad
weather, and debris such as bugs and rocks.
Carbon Fiber Helmet Fit
Buying a carbon fiber helmet based on your hat size or guessing the
size (small, medium or large) could result in a helmet that fits
poorly.Carbon fiber helmet manufacturers sometimes have different
sizing so proper measurement is key to getting the right size.
Refer to the carbon fiber helmet measurement page for instructions
on how to properly measure you head and choose the right size
helmet. If buying your carbon fiber helmet online, each brand
usually provides a sizing chart.
Carbon Fiber Helmet Care
Always follow the manufacturer’s directions on caring for your
helmet. A carbon fiber helmet should always be handled with care.
Dropping or impacting a carbon fiber helmet may reduce its ability
to protect you in case of an accident.
Here are some tips on maintaining your helmet
1.Follow the manufacturer's care instructions for your carbon fiber
2.Only use the mildest soap or cleaner recommended. Avoid any
chemical-based cleansers.Strong cleaning agents can cause the
carbon fiber helmet to decompose and damage its protective layer.
3.Do not drop yourcarbon fiberhelmet on hard surfaces - it could damage the shell or internal
4.Read the instructions about painting, decorating, or applying
decals to yourcarbon fiberhelmet.Some plastic compositions can be damaged if painted.
5.Never hang yourcarbon fiberhelmet in a manner that could tear the inner liner.Place your
helmet on a flat surface. Acarbon fiberhelmet should always be placed "pads down", not on its shell.
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