Wearing a helmet is among the most recommended safety procedures due to the high rate of accidents and the consequent risk of devastating head injuries. New evidence suggests that when you wear a helmet as a hoverboarder, you are less prone to devastating injuries such as concussions and head bruises. When you use the helmet,
There are thousands of helmets for hoverboarders on the market, but in this guide, the top 5 models that you will never regret purchasing will be highlighted. Obviously, our aim is to protect you from having to perform an endless search for the best helmets. Here is a quick comparison table for the five helmets published in this guide
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For each model chosen, you get to see the key features and the benefits of buying each of them.
This helmet that has a flip visor which helps you deflect environmental elements. It is dull and black in color. Its interior is made of a zip molded liquid foam. This conforms to the standard EPS foam present in most standard brands. It has been built to also meet the standard stipulated by ASTM 2040, CPSC, and EN 1078 standards.
This triple eight helmet can be worn by a five-year-old. It can also be worn by those who are older. It has been certified by the US CPSC, and ASTM f-1492-08. Five of the features that make this helmet to stand out are;
It is made of a hard abs plastic shell. In the event of a fall, this shell offers superior protection from any impact. It has a dull black color and has a lightweight of 425grams. The quality of this helmet has been verified by ASTM1492, CE EN0178, and CPSC. Two outstanding features which are my personal favorite are:
If in addition to hoverboarding, you are into cycling, inline and roller skating or any other outdoor sport, this is your ideal helmet. Though, it is mainly designed for adults whose head size range from 59-60 cm, the adjustable strap which comes with it makes suitable for any adult - both boys and girls. In the case of any impact, the helmet will absorb the impact and protect the head because it is made of a tough and durable PVC & PC, EPS foam.
In order to provide ventilation and reduce high body temperature when you have experienced intense movement, the helmet has multiple vents, special aerodynamic design, and a breathable foam.
Pro-tec original classic helmet offers the most protection for the head while on the road. It has a medium size which fits a head size of between 56cm to 58cm. Don't know how to measure the size of your head when buying your helmet? Here's 3-step checklist you can follow;
By design, this helmet has 11 vents. These vents are meant to keep you cool and comfortable. Also, it has two sets of interchangeable pads so that it would fit you nicely. Having passed their standard test, it is certified by US CPSC. When there is an impact, you are protected by the abs which surrounds the EPS foam. Varying colors are available. Pick one that suits your personality.
If I had to narrow it down to two steps to follow when you want to buy a good hoverboarding helmet, they would be…
Having said that, here are four major attributes of an helmet which you must have in mind;
Check the material used in making the helmet. It must be...
The interior must
Check the helmet for safety certifications. It must have at least an ASTM certificate.
Do not be overly concerned by pricing when buying your helmet. Pay more if you have to so that you are assured of maximum protection in case there is an accident.
One popular activity enjoyed by millions of adults, youths and kids is hoverboarding. The most common type of injuries sustained during hoverboarding is head injuries. To prevent this, 5 of the best helmets for hoverboarders have been reviewed in this guide. As an hoverboarder, helmets play a pivotal role in keeping you safe from debilitating injuries. When choosing the helmet you desire, ensure that you choose one that...
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