Smith Session helmet review

Smith Session helmet review

My medium Smith Session helmet weighed 393g, so it’s certainly not the lightest lid out there, but, thanks to 15 massive vents and extensive internal channelling, there’s plenty of airflow, which means the weight isn’t a concern on the trail. Best mountain bike helmets for trail riding Smith Overtake MIPS helmet review Smith has opted to place Koroyd protection in just four of the air intakes (a much more sparing approach than on its Forefront helmet). This ensures ventilation isn’t stifled too much, but improves safety in areas where impacts are common. The lid also features the MIPS brain protection system. While the Session feels breezy, the deep fit and dropped rear mean your head is well protected. Thanks to the easy-to-use indexed dial on the retention cradle, things feel nicely secure too. Though the padding is thin, I never suffered any pinch points or hot spots when the lid ...

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