Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium
Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium
Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium
Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium
Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium
Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium
Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium
Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium

Nutcase | Helmet | Pink Lemonade | Medium


A helmet that fits your head and suits your soul. With show-stopping graphics, thoughtful features, and our signature magnetic buckle, the Street helmet that makes people exclaim “cool bike helmet!” wherever you go. Dual-certified for both bike and skate, it’s the helmet you’ve been waiting for.

  • Fidlock® magnetic buckle
  • Removable spin dial fit system
  • Detachable visor 
  • Durable, injection-molded ABS shell with protective EPS foam
  • Crumple Zone in EPS is engineered to disperse energy on impact
  • Eleven vents and internal EPS channeling for maximum airflow
  • Three sets of foam pads for customized fit
  • 360° reflectivity
  • CPSC 16 CFR 1203 and ASTM F1492 certified for cycling, scooting, and skating

For proper fit, measure your head before ordering.

Measure the circumference of your head with a tape measure. Place the tape measure slightly above the ear and bring it across the mid forehead completely circling the head about 1 inch above the eyebrows. Take several measurements to make sure you have the largest size. If you do not have a tape measure, use a string and measure it against a ruler. The charts linked below will assist you on which size is the best helmet fit. If a measurement falls in between a size, go up to the larger size.  See the size chart in the images. 
  Step 2: Try it on
Once you have determined your helmet size, try it on. The helmet should be worn level on the head and not slide or move freely when you roll your head from side to side. If this is the case, you have a helmet that is too large. Extra padding may help provide a better, more snug fit.

 

  Step 3: Proper fit
Be sure the front of the helmet lays just above your eyebrows and that the back of the helmet does not touch the nape of your neck. The chin strap should fit snug but not too tight to cause discomfort or choking. Securely fasten the chin strap and try to roll the helmet off your head. If the skin on your forehead moves slightly, you have a good fit. Feel free to mix and match pad set sizes to achieve the best fit. 






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