When it comes to biking, there are several things that need to be taken into account. Gloves, helmet shoes, breath guard and so on. Each must be specifically taken care of and every one of them is indispensable. Regarding the helmet, the breath guard is quite essential because of its vital function: keeping your breath from clouding up the vision. A good breath deflector would be able to do so properly without leaving any fogginess. So if you wish to experience no more fogging up on those brisk days early and late in the season then the G-Max Helmet Breath Guard would come to your rescue. It has an excellent mechanism that allows the snap-in breath guard to remain in the jaw when the jaw section is lifted, thus eliminating the additional hassle of removing your gloves to remove a claustrophobic breath guard used by other manufactures. Removable, adjustable interior and cheek pads allow for easy cleaning and it has a Snap-in removable chin curtain and breath guard improves warmth and reduces fogging. It has a painted shell with high-tech water decals and high quality clear finish which adds to its virtues.
Winter here? No worries, convert your G-Max helmet for playing in the snow. Throw in a breath box to direct warm breath through your helmet. Hit the mountains, rain or shine...and now snow. The new modular design allows the "flip-jaw" to rotate further back on the crown of the helmet compared to most other modular helmets. The further rotation of the flip-jaw not only increases the user's line-of-sight when in the raised position, but it also lessens the user's fatigue by maintaining an even distribution of weight across the helmet. It boasts of a comfort liner and cheek pads move the moisture away from your body and the fabric dries quickly and the added performance keeps you dry and comfortable. Designed for the snow but very effective on the street, the HJC CS-R2 Snow Helmet maintains clear vision no matter how cold the temperature gets. And while adapted for the cold, superior fit and comfort using advanced CAD technology, this beast is a true winner. Distinguished by its very cool looking sleek profile, the design is not just simply an exercise in style but also works to reduce wind noise and shield the face from the elements. More of an urban style helmet than a touring one, the G-Max helmet is a great choice for those short after work rides during the winter.