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Uvex xp Helmet

5/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $53.39

Product Description

The uvex xp bike helmet, The sporty all-rounder for mountain bike, city or inline skating.The cycling helmet offers additional protection as it extends further downThe back ofThe headThan most helmets. Experience an outstanding fit dueToThe height- and width-adjustable uvex IAS 3D size adjustment system. Made in Germany InmouldTechnology makes it extremely safe and lightweight IAS 3D+ provides ergonomic wearing comfort and a perfect fit Monomatic comfort closure can be opera

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by Appendage a Cross Country Rider from Sonoma County, CA USA

Date Reviewed: April 4, 2012

Strengths:    Okay, I checked the specs and couldn't find any difference between the XP and the XP100 (including the 260 gram weight), so when the XP showed up at REI for under $50 I grabbed one. I was wary about a one-size-fits all helmet but I need not have been. Love this thing. The most comfortable helmet I've ever worn, and I've tried many. I have a hard time finding a comfortable helmet- I must have an oddly shaped head. The fitting mechanism is effective and easy to adjust on the fly. The helmet sits lower on my head than I'm used to, which is fine, because after a recent concussion I was looking for more coverage. Short version: great helmet, and super light, too.

Weaknesses:    None uncovered yet. Suppose there are sexier helmets.

Bottom Line:   
Very happy with this helmet, and would pay much more for it if I had to.

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Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

Price Paid:    $45.00

Purchased At:   REI

Similar Products Used:   Bell, Giro

Bike Setup:   Blah blah blah

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