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Wearing a skate helmet with a beanie?
I'm in need of a new helmet and skate helmets are cheap and comfortable. I used to use one skiing but had to take some of the padding out. Should I buy the helmet big enough to wear over a beanie or should I buy it smaller and take out some of the padding? Any help is much appreciated.
i'd keep the padding in it
Really the padding only helps fit it to your head, and doesnt actually provide any protection. Just take the padding out and wear a beanie underneath
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I do this with the ski helmet I have now but if you take all the padding out of a skate helmet your left with just plastic.
I do this but got like a xl helmet so it fits real nice with all the beanies and goggles under...the helmet is super comfy with all the padding it was also 19.99$ sick deal
what size helmet do you usually wear?
But doesn't it then look like you are wearing a massive wok on you head?
no, he looks like any other skier wearing a helmet.
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Have you ever seen a skate helmet? There's only one helmet with which this is even remotely true (Protec Bucky Lasek), most helmets have that styrofoam-look-a-like-stuff.
i use a RED helmet that doesnt come with any pdding, i fit a size L poc, but a small in this one
Pretty sure your logic is airtight, just like Max Hill's jeans.
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