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ANTI- ORDINARY Beanie-Helmets Anyone Else Notice It?
I saw this kickstarter on ANTI- ORDINARY Beanie helmets. They look kind of cool.. Except for the Jerry Ass Chinstrap. I ski with a helmet to keep all of my brain cells together and have always wanted to ski with a beanie but if I did I wouldn't be going off anything big cause u know.. I want to live. But these Beanies are actually classified as the same protection as a helmet which is kind of dope. If they made cool colors or just black that would be dope, but I dont think it is wearable as a regular Beanie plus anyone who buys that HAS to take off the chinstrap, I mean come on.. a Beanie with a chinstrap? So I would buy one if it were black and didnt have a big ass logo on it and I would take the chinstrap off, not sure how safe it would be after it but who knows. What do y'all think?
if it aint MIPS, dont buy it
there was a thread about this yesterday
Very skeptical, well see if it meets certification requirements. The way their website is worded it hasnt actually been approved.
"we will be testing and certifying the helmet to the global alpine helmet standards of EN1077 and ASTM F2040. "
Not sure if these standards include MIPS, but to me and lots of other people that is the new baseline.
Cool idea, but until I see it actually perform and actually get certified, its a no from me.
**This post was edited on Feb 26th 2019 at 8:47:32pm
Thats Facts, It would be dope tho if it actually worked... without the chinstrap
There's now way this looks good in person and/or there is no way this would actually protect you. If I stretched a beanie over my Maze MIPs it would look soooo stupid and huge. Keep in mind this is one of, if not, the the smallest helmets on the market. Are people really that ashamed of wearing a helmet that they want to wear some douchcap like this?
yeah, I see ur point. Looks like Anti-Ordinary wont be making as much as they expect in the U.S.
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