Originally Posted by Don
Find a stiffer plastic. These helmets are right on par with Pro-tec. Which isn't saying much.
IMO... save the money on the paint and buy a Shred Ready, Sweet, or WRSI helmet. No one cares how pretty it is, if you need help with learning to walk or read again afte a head injury. Just because is the cheapest doesn't mean you're getting the best deal. Do yourself and your family a service and buy safer helmet.
There is some truth for you right there, people.
Seriously, improve protection in the shell and over all impactability of the helmet. no one should care about looks, but they do. we see your side of it too, cheaper to add flash to plastic than plastic to plastic and catch an eye. I have a pro-tec and an FNA there is a time and a place for each, but i know this.