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Seriously though as long as it doesn't look like a fuckin bike helmet your grandma would wear it's alot of personal preference. I like the look of the POC Receptor Bug or Fornix and the Giro Combyn. Smith has some cool helmets too. If you already have goggles from a company that makes helmets you may want to buy a helmet from the same guys. If you have anon m2 s then you can buy an anon helmet. If you have ios buy a smith helmet. That will reduce the risk of a gap and improve goggle helmet fit a little.
But when you go to buy your helmet, bring your goggles with to make sure they match and fit. Nobody wants a 2 inch gap between helmet and goggle.
It's all prefrence dude! Just make sure it fits. If your helmet shopping bring in your beanie and goggles. If you wear beanie and goggles underneath try on the helmet with them underneath. I would recommend trying without the padding, so that you can also wear it with the ear pads. I rock a smith optics maze, but the holt is good, the new pivot is good. POC makes good helmets, giro, marker. And a few others. But mostly just make sure it fits, not to big not to small. The accepted amount of gaper should be zero, but you can get away with a little bit. I hope this helps.