Snow looks soft, and sometimes, fresh powder is quite soft. But snow is frozen water, and eventually, it turns to ice. That is why learning how to use the ProLids Winter Helmet is so essential. We want to enjoy snow sports safely, and this is how we do it.
How to Use the ProLids Winter Helmet
Learning how to use the ProLids Winter Helmet helps us enjoy winter sports and activities with a high level of safety and style. When using any helmet, the most important thing is to ensure the fit is correct. The ProLids Winter Helmet is no different.
You will want to adjust the straps and the tightening wheel to ensure the helmet rests about two fingers above your brow line. The helmet should have little wiggle room. Another way to check the tightness of the helmet is to put it on and slip a single finger between the chin strap and your chin.
You should be able to do this with little resistance.
Fitting a Helmet with Goggles
One of the most significant differences and reasons we need to learn how to use the ProLids Winter Helmet is the added eye protection. Snow sports and activities kick up a lot of snow, quickly bringing dirt into your eyes. Most people wear snow goggles while participating in snow activities or sports.
But snow goggles are pretty big and will come into contact with your ProLids Winter Helmet. However, we can use the goggles as another way to make sure the helmet fits properly. The helmet should sit two-finger’s width above your eyebrows and should barely touch the helmet.
Cold Weather Activities
Some apparent sports and activities will require a winter helmet, like skiing or snowboarding. But learning how to use the ProLids Winter Helmet is about more than just the obvious. This helmet is designed for winter sports and activities and simply cold weather.
The liner of this helmet comes with two ear pads. The ear pads come down as part of the straps and help keep your ears cold and protected from wind chill. Want to go bike riding in cold weather? Reach for a ProLids.
ProLids Winter Helmet Design
ProLids helmets are designed to offer protection in the event of a crash or fall. Every ProLids helmet has passed the CPSC standard, meaning they are tested and certified. But there is more to these helmets, including the winter helmet style.
ProLids Winter helmets have a unique look you can’t find anywhere else. The brim can be attached to the helmet either forward or backward, adding another level of style. The winter helmets also have a beefed-up liner to help keep you warm in the cold weather.
Our ProLids winter helmets are perfect for hitting the slopes and making a statement.