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The Speed-master, and the Speed-air are two products of aero helmets that i am interested in buying.

After researching the products they seem to be as safe as any other paragliding helmets available on the market

i am interested in buying The Speed-Master Pro which looks very similar to the cut iCaro 4 flight

does anyone have any thoughts on the helmet or knowledge that could helmet me decide for a paragliding helmet to buy. i have used an old r-jays missile helmet for a while i know believe it would be a good time to buy a new helmet

-price

-shipping

-safety

 

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from what ive heared good helmets arent cheap and cheap helmets arent good. speed air helmets leave the back of your head pretty much exposed

"After researching the products they seem to be as safe as any other paragliding helmets available on the market"

 

seems like you've already done the research mate... what more do u need?

where to buy them.

Jacko said:

"After researching the products they seem to be as safe as any other paragliding helmets available on the market"

 

seems like you've already done the research mate... what more do u need?

Adam, i will send you a friend request. so i can Pm you my questions
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Adam Tyler Scott said:
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Me and a friend taking some hills with our  speedair helmets 

Adam Tyler Scott said:

http://www.silverfishlongboarding.com/forum/skateboard-safety-ride-...

 

hey man, i sell these helmets on silverfishlongboarding.com

they are 125.00 plus shipping, and i live in the states. Pm me if you want any more info

paragliding helmets are not road impact rated they are used for the aero shape not for safety  !

sort of defeats the purpose of buying one doesn't it ?

it cant be any less safe than wearing an open face lid though can it?

dave k said:

paragliding helmets are not road impact rated they are used for the aero shape not for safety  !

sort of defeats the purpose of buying one doesn't it ?

I used to have a speedmaster, then sold it to McQuinnie.

They're the China clone of Icaro. Excellent quality. Lower cost.

 

Just like any aero lid you need to be able to afford to replace one if you crash. Not just afford to buy one and expect to keep it forever.

One good crash and its virtually useless.

thats why its probably better to go for one like this thats a little bit cheaper. if we were buying charlys or icaros it would just be a waste of money. 

Fitz said:

I used to have a speedmaster, then sold it to McQuinnie.

They're the China clone of Icaro. Excellent quality. Lower cost.

 

Just like any aero lid you need to be able to afford to replace one if you crash. Not just afford to buy one and expect to keep it forever.

One good crash and its virtually useless.

I also want to buy a speedmaster, where do I find?
has shipping to south america

 

Thks

god for that price i am tempted as hell by one myself

There is no such thing as certifcation for a downhill skate helmet in the first place. its legal thing.

Johnny Psaltis said:

well it says this in general iformation which kind of put me off buying one

 

Downhill Skateboarding is not for this helmet

Disclaimer: We take no responsibility for injuries caused if this helmet is used for Downhill Skating. This helmet is not certified for the use of DH Skating. Use at your own risk.

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