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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-04-2017, 01:02 PM Thread Starter
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A helmet is the single most important thing you must have to go riding an ATV, or driving a UTV. Sure, 99.9% of the time, you donít need it. But that one time you do, itíll save your life. Trust me Ė I know. Iíve said this before that I would not be here today if not for my helmet. But I also understand that helmets cost money. While yes, there are some sweet features youíre not going to find below a certain price point, the fact remains that you can find some really great helmets that wonít but a major hurting on your wallet. Here are 10 of the best affordable helmets you can get.

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More and more people I know are using full face helmets when driving thier sxs's, these types should be considered also. My wife and I both do, we have Icons.
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The duelsport helmets have more style to them here is mine
I allways had a problem breathing with dirtbike helmets and goggles

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