SixSixOne Strike Full Face Helmet

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Strike

  • Moto inspired full face styling and protection.
  • Tough injection molded polycarbonate shell.
  • Adjustable 3-point attached, moto-style visor with aluminum screws.
  • Moto styling inspired shell is sleeker and closer fitting.
  • EPS foam inner liner.
  • Crash replacement policy.
  • Meets CPSC standards for bicycle helmets.

  • User Reviews (4)

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    mitch7   Weekend Warrior [Oct 22, 2009]
    Strength:

    Looks and ..
    mines an 07 model in red/black

    Weakness:

    wee bit hot...

    661 Strike is one tough helmet...i've had a few hard stacks over the last year and I swear this helmet has helped me avoid serious injury...Crashed on Wynyard Express into wooden bollard (post 4 x 4)..head and shoulder, smashed post in half!!, crashed head-first into Manuka trees (very hard NZ wood) on fast tight single track...munted peak and broke goggles..helmet/head all good!!

    Great helmet/looks the business/light without compromising strength/fantastic value for the quality you get...I have just bought a 2nd 661 helmet (sale) Pro Bravo..should be interesting to see if its as good.

    Similar Products Used: Giro Remedy
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    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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    avz   Downhiller [Aug 20, 2009]
    Strength:

    looks sexy, nice and light, CHEAP, goggles fit perfectly and you can slide your helmet and goggles on and off as one piece, doesn't get hotter than any other full face... the other dude who said it gets hot must be using it to ride xc or something... but by far the best thing about it is the protection. saved my life on several occasions, the most notable being a crash at high speed straight onto my head. shattered my wrist and broke my shoulder but no head damage at all thanks to this helmet.

    Weakness:

    none. 661 gloves might suck but their helmets are top notch.

    don't know if they still make them or not, but if you are just getting into it and want the best protection, best comfort and best looks at the best price, this is the one for you. paid about $100usd for it back when i first got into downhill and it's still with me today after many HARD hits. i haven't even managed to break the visor :) i would give it 10 value chillis if they would let me.

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    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
    andreexfr   Downhiller [Aug 07, 2008]
    Strength:

    Nice graphics, offers great protection, comfortable on winter, "D" lace

    Weakness:

    Cheap,could be more lighter, very hot on summer, the matte paint job is more noticeable to scratch

    This helmet is great for the price. In some year seasons its very hot but in others its ok. Offers great protection and for sure he wont came out of your head because the "D" strap lace. In comparison to Bell its more heavy.

    Similar Products Used: Bell Bellistic
    OVERALL
    RATING
    3
    VALUE
    RATING
    3
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    erik   Downhiller [Dec 06, 2007]
    Strength:

    pretty light. easy to tear down for cleaning. huge field of vision. good price. fit is perfect for me.

    Weakness:

    cant find any of now

    this helmet is an awesome piece especially for the price. i have no complaints on mine as of now. very easy to remove the interior panels to clean them and reassembles easily as well. head stays nice and cool and no part of the helmet blacks your vision.

    Similar Products Used: way to many to list
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    RATING
    5
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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