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By flyn'ride
#240205
I am going to have to look into one of those. I could use a lighter lid, my neck gets tired just thinking about my helmet
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By Darbbb
#240215
Oh no....this is going to be a worse argument than the "cardboard wheels" thread.... :rofl:
By blindrodie
#240246
Brilliant!

Bravo.... 8)
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By Hangskier
#240290
Ok I'll say it: cardboard helmet with or without full face? :P
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By kukailimoku
#240365
Of course, you can only wear it when it's cool and you're not doing anything...

...'cause if you sweat and it gets wet, it turns into brown oatmeal-like mush.

:P
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By fakeDecoy
#240370
kukailimoku wrote:Of course, you can only wear it when it's cool and you're not doing anything...

...'cause if you sweat and it gets wet, it turns into brown oatmeal-like mush.

:P
Even though that page describes how it's waterproof?
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By kukailimoku
#240375
fakeDecoy wrote:
kukailimoku wrote:Of course, you can only wear it when it's cool and you're not doing anything...

...'cause if you sweat and it gets wet, it turns into brown oatmeal-like mush.

:P
Even though that page describes how it's waterproof?
Yeah, the "waterproof treatment" doesn't give me a warm and fuzzy feeling. It's still cardboard.

It's an interesting idea, though. I like the head scan as part of a fitting...sure is better than generic head-shaped helmets.
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By peanuts
#240378
there is a corrugated plastic product that looks like cardboard, and it is moisture resistant. it is used for cheap outdoor signs, etc., and can be cut just like paper product.
Take a look

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