SixSixOne Comp II Full Face Helmet

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cheap and still good

The Good:

lightweight, good fit to head, looking good, big open hole for goggle, low price, spare parts in my local shops (visor)

The Bad:

the visor cold be made from better plastics

Overall Review:

I use this helmet for enduro biking,ofteninbike-park. Easy to attach on backpack.Becauseis lightweight is easy to carry. Greatvalue!

Overall Review:

I use this helmet for enduro biking,often in bike-park. Easy to attach on backpack. Because is lightweight is easy to carry. Great value! 

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Vital MTB member bjach88
23865 bjach88,23865/all 04/24/13 1 7 1

Great Budget Lid

The Good:

Very good value, very light and comfortable, not bad looking, good for a first full face.

The Bad:

Feels less protective than more expensive helmets and therefore less confidence inspiring.

Overall Review:

This is a good helmet for someone who doesn't ride downhill a lot or is just getting into it and doesn't want to spend a fortune right off the bat. When you build up skills and speed and start doing bigger jumps/drops it starts to feel a little inadequate however. I had this helmet for nearly a year and then changed to a D3.

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Vital MTB member blinddannyjohnson
22006 blinddannyjohnson,22006/all 02/12/13 1 1

Affordable protection that works

The Good:

Great bang for the buck. Nice lid for the guy just starting out in the freeride/dh world. Pretty light and fits really well. Oakley goggles fit great with it.

The Bad:

You get what you pay for. After my few first runs, the visor adjustment screw came off and the visor kept flopping around, basically blinding me at times. Duct taped it back into place and it works better now than it did. Venting isn't all that great and I'm not too fond of the D-ring set up, plus it would be nice to have removable cheek pads to wash. I'm not overly fond of the huge 661 logo on the side, but that's just personal preference. These features don't come at this price point.

Overall Review:

Overall, this helmet is great for the price and the guy that doesn't want to drop his shorts for a full face. It does what it says it will and it'll leave you money for beer after those shuttle runs.

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Vital MTB member Dr.B
9279 Dr.B /images/default/avatar/c50.png,9279/all 06/30/11 17 2

Good & fair priced...

The Good:

Durable, stylish & fairly light.

The Bad:

Needs better venting & a different strap system. D -Rings suck. .

Overall Review:

Overall, I like this helmet. It has saved my head numerous times. Only real complaints are it needs a more modern, easier securing system & more working vents.

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Vital MTB member ParabellumShane
4106 ParabellumShane,4106/all 08/19/10 1 2,4106/setup 4 7 42 23


Product SixSixOne Comp II Full Face Helmet
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Adjustable Padding
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Miscellaneous SixSixOne Comp II helmets are lightweight yet tough enough to meet CPSC standards. Tough injection molded thermal alloy resin polycarbonate shell. Fully Adjustable visor with aluminum visor screws. EPS foam inner liner conforms to your shape. Removable liner for easy cleaning. Meets CPSC standards for bicycle helmets.
Price $42.99
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