Basic Operating Instruction
All helmets bearing official safety approvals offers a responsible protection to the consumer. Helmets reduce risks of serious head injuries but do not eliminate them. No helmet guarantee complete safety and protect the wearer from all possible impacts.
The helmet must fit tight and snug like a tennis headband. If the helmet can dance or rotate excessively on your head, then it is too large. If your head presses directly on the harder EPS, the helmet is most likely too small for you and will give you headaches. Choose the smallest size possible without contact with the EPS or experiencing pain after wearing it for a few minutes. The retention strap is a safety device used to prevent the helmet from being ejected in a sudden acceleration or deceleration. it is imperative to use it.
Tinted or colored shields are available but should never be used at night or in low light conditions. Always inspect your helmet and shield before each and every use. You must discard and replace a helmet involved in an accident even if no visual damage can be detected.
Helmet are very sensitive to some common chemicals, solvents and cleaners. They can weaken the helmet and its ability to absorb impact energy. Avoid exposure at all cost. Also Never expose your helmet to direct heat.