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This Aussie Rider Helmet is the most proven riding helmet ever. You can buy with confidence in a real saddlery shop run by real riders. Your helmet is one of the most important components when it comes to riding equipment. Ensure that the helmet fits snugly all around.

If it is the right moment to change the helmet

Are you unsure if you should change your helmet? Sadly, many are not aware of the lifespan of a helmet. When your helmet has some obvious marks on the outside, you should check the inside of the helmet for damages. The helmet substitution is essentially due to the use, exposition to the components and handling of the helmet.

Due to developing helmet norms, technology and the invisible degradation of materials, however, it is advisable to change your helmet at least every five years from the date of your order. Every helmet that has been damaged in an crash must be immediately exchanged. This is a great way to get rid of the helmet:

To know when it is necessary to change a helmet is as important for the driver as to wear a helmet. Drusilla Malavase, co-chair of the Equestrian Headgear Subcommittee for the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM), says that even with restricted use, the rigid froth coating of a helmet can collapse over the years. Whereas the external damages to this helmet, which appeared during a crash, appear small, when looking at the inner froth, which damped the impact, it is clear that it has torn and the helmet must be topped.

Irrespective of the date of your buy, you should replace your helmet immediately if you are in a serious crash or other severe shock. A number of guarantees demand that faulty headgear is sent back to the original equipment manufacturers so that the owner is entitled to reduced remanufacturing cost (more about the Troxel Accident Prevention Programme).

Previous contents were initially published on the Troxel blogs. Replaces a helmet that has been damaged in an incident within 2 years of the date of sale for a refund. Replaces a helmet that has been damaged in an incident within 3 years of the date of sale for a refund. Replaces a helmet that has been damaged in an incident within 3 years of the date of sale for a new one.

Replaces a helmet that has been damaged in an incident within one year of the date of sale for a refund. A C - Replaces a helmet that has been damaged in an crash within 3 years of the date of sale for a refund. Helms should retire not only after a heavy crash, but also after a heavy shock of any kind.

The inside of a helmet is made of high-quality polystyrol, which is filled with microscopically small vesicles. Bubble bursts on collision, and when they do, they help keep your brain safe and minimize the chance of accident. As soon as these blisters have ruptured, they can no longer be substituted. Additionally, these Polystyrol blisters are melting in the helmet in extremely high temperatures (158°F+), so you should never keep your helmet in the sun or in a warm vehicle.

Do not use any product specially made for this application. Dry cleaners, solvent and dishwasher will irreparably destroy your helmet. One good general principle to extend the lifespan of your helmet is never do anything with your helmet that you would not do to your helmet! Available from Charles Owen, Troxel, GPA, Ovation, IRH, Tipperary, One C and more.

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