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[RC] [RC] helmets without holes - Pvan19

well I reckon that if you're going to wear a helmet you might as well enjoy them - I have loads!
 
A black superlight Las one, an orange AND a bleu Casco depending on horse/outfit.. (orange also being very good for wearing during hunting season!) a black velvet one also from Casco for when I feel like wearing something a bit less 'visible'... a royal bleu Las without holes for going thru forest at speed on dark ( comes with frontlight attachment system) or cold days...
 
so Juli - indulge!!
 
I def. recommand those two brands if they are available in the US, VERY comfortable, very light ( less than 300 grams/10 oz.  mostly) and very good fit!
 
cheers
 
Pauline
ps changing helmets on long rides feels great by the way - right up there with changing your socks for a pair of dry ones
 
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From: "Juli Jakub" <fahraway@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: [RC]   [RC] helmets without holes


I have a Charles Owen from my jockey and eventing days. I love that helmet,
but it can get warm at times...I am thinking I might get a Tipperary for
trail and endurance and keep my Owen for jumping and cross country. My
husband thinks I am ridiculous to want two helmets!! There is another
company that makes a skull cap for eventing that are a little cheaper than
the Charles Owens are, but they still work great. I think it might be
International that makes them.

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Juli Jakub