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Jul 30, 2019 at 8:54
Jul 30, 2019
MET Announces New Terranova Open Face Helmet
Hi Riggbeck! Thanks for your question/remarks and glad to see you are overall happy with the MET Roam you have! The visor of the MET Terranova is smaller, lower and has more holes than the one of the Roam. For the visor of your Roam, try to check the screws of the visor and tighten them if needed. This would hold the visor more securely in place. Regarding the chin strap, you have two strap keepers: the purpose of the smaller one is to keep the strap from self slackening. You can put this close to the buckle and it should help the strap to stay in place. Let me know if this helps.
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May 30, 2019 at 7:57
May 30, 2019
Review: MET's New Parachute MCR Convertible Full-Face Helmet
The chinbar on the Parachute v2 is not to be removed. Any modification of the helmet would mean a reduction of the original product and its safety features.
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May 30, 2019 at 3:34
May 30, 2019
Review: MET's New Parachute MCR Convertible Full-Face Helmet
The main worldwide markets certifications are listed accordingly; European CE EN1078, Australian AS/NZS2063, US CPSC1203 and the unique existing protocol for DH and BMX racing, that is ASTM which includes chin guard testing. They are official protocols of certification, the "-15" we refer to the last version of the ASTM protocol issued in 2015. The Parachute MCR passes and exceeds all of these standards with large margins which we apply into our internal testing; for instance we crash hundreds of helmets in advance to apply the certification at the external authorised labs, with the aim to create a large statistic database of impact results, making us able to predict each impact point structural performance.
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Nov 17, 2017 at 10:30
Nov 17, 2017
MET Roam Helmet - Review
@MatthewCarpenter: Indeed you are close to two sizes: M (56/58cm) and L (58-62cm). The L will be great for sure. The M might fit, as we have a bit of extra room, but it will depend a lot on your head shape. So I would say the best is to try the M to see if you can fit before buying it. The MIPS version is indeed a bit smaller (around half a size less), so it will be 58cm and no more for the M. So if you go for the MIPS, the L would be the only choice. Hope this helps and do not hesitate if you need more information!
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