I recently stepped up and got myself a helmet. After years of riding with only a hat, I was a bit nervous to see how I would like riding with a helmet. I went to the Burton Flagship Store here in Burlington and picked up a R.E.D. Mutiny for a reasonable $89.95. GEAR REVIEW: R.E.D. Mutiny Helmet | Unofficial Networks

GEAR REVIEW: R.E.D. Mutiny Helmet

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Mutiny Helmet

Mutiny Helmet

I recently stepped up and got myself a helmet.  After years of riding with only a hat, I was a bit nervous to see how I would like riding with a helmet.  I went to the Burton Flagship Store here in Burlington and picked up a R.E.D. Mutiny for a reasonable $89.95.  I really liked how this helmet fit me.  It is really light weight and pretty low profile, which was a feature I was looking for.  It also has a brim, which helps for any dripping moisture and also gives it some style.  The adjustable air vents are tucked in underneath the brim and are very easy to adjust on the fly.  The Mutiny also has something that R.E.D. calls “Undercovered”.  This feature allows you to wear a beanie and/or goggles underneath your helmet without compromising the fit.  With no velcro holding the padding in place, you won’t be snagging your beanie or goggles.  Adding headphones to this helmet is a breeze too!  All you do is unzip the ear flaps and remove the foam padding, replace it with the headphones and voila!  The headphones you can get are called REDphones and produce some good sound.  The headphones also feature a nice volume control / mute button for your lift rides and socializing.  Now you can hear what people are saying to you!  I’ve been very pleased with this helmet so far.  So if you are in the market for a new dome piece protector, I would highly suggest the R.E.D. Mutiny.

Pick up a RED Mutiny Helmet at Evo.com.

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