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For something as important as a helmet the best deal on one is the one that fits best. There are only two brands of helmet that currently fit my head properly - and even if one of the other brands is free you would not get me wearing one of those.

*off soap box*

If you know the brand/model/size that fits your wife well chain reaction cycles also has a good selection of helmets.
 

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For something as important as a helmet the best deal on one is the one that fits best. There are only two brands of helmet that currently fit my head properly - and even if one of the other brands is free you would not get me wearing one of those.

*off soap box*

If you know the brand/model/size that fits your wife well chain reaction cycles also has a good selection of helmets.
I am starting to lean that way. I wish I had a LBS near me.

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My wife has a small head and she wears a Fox Flux in xs/s and likes it. If she doesn't care about colors you can find them for around $40-50.
http://www.cambriabike.com/Fox-Raci...e-XLarge.asp?gclid=CPGssqWG670CFZFcfgodeQ0Apg

I wouldn't for for a cheap helmet rather look for a higher end helmet for a low price. I found the key to get my wife to ride was to make her a comfortable as possible other wise I would hear about it later.
 

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Bell Stoker. It's a Bell Super with fewer vents for half the price. Very comfortable helmet with much better coverage than any cheap helmet you'll find. Protect your girl's nogging.
Get it at REI or BC.com and give her the option of switching it for something else if it doesn't work out.
 
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