How to Buy a Horse Riding Helmet

How to Buy a Horse Riding Helmet

How to Buy a Horse Riding Helmet. Protect yourself while riding a horse by purchasing
a helmet with these features and safety standards. You will need ASTM/SEI logo Correct size and
fit Adjustable dial fit system 3-point retention harness Vent ports Removable headliner and
lightweight, durable shell. Step 1. Ensure the helmet meets official U.S. safety
standards by purchasing a helmet that is marked with the ASTM/SEI logo. Never wear a bike or skateboarding helmet
for horse riding. Step 2. Choose the style of helmet depending on the
type of riding you will be participating in. Step 3. Purchase a helmet that is the correct size
and that fits properly. Avoid purchasing a used helmet. Step 4. Get an adjustable dial fit system and a three-point
retention harness to ensure a snug, comfortable fit. Step 5. Keep cool when you ride by opting for a helmet
with vent ports to allow air circulation. Step 6. Look for a headliner that is removable and
washable — your helmet will last longer with proper maintenance. Step 7. Get a lightweight, durable outer shell that
comes in a color that expresses your style and personality. Hi-yo Silver, away! Did you know A blanket of 554 red roses is
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9 thoughts on “How to Buy a Horse Riding Helmet

  1. Is this really at the top of the list for need to know material? I live in Texas – horses everywhere you fucking look. I don't see any helmets? Who has horses outside of Texas? Nobody. Who wheres helmets anyhow? Nobody. Helmets are so 1899. This is nonsense. A good video would consist of me showing people how kick a horse in the balls. That would be better than this.

  2. @FaceGrinder12 Are you stupid??? Texas is definitly NOT the only place with horses. And have you ever heard of english riding?? No??? Well look it up. And also you can jump on a horse!!!! Magical right???/ And some times its not succesful! And sometimes you land on your head!!!! Its so crazy really but texas im sorry to bust your dreams but theyre are 100 times more horses in places other than texas so dont tell someone to kick a horses balls if your not a horse person.

  3. What the hell is an adjustable whatever gibberish system? Please slow down and explain your direction s.

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