Its better to have a cheaper helmet that "fits right" rather than a $ 600.00 Arai that has pressure points etc....poor fitting helmets with pressure points are actually dangerous when receiving a hard blow :hammer:
I think it's useless...even the diagram is incorrect. Upon impact the shock dissipates evenly on the inner and outer shell. If the impact leaves a mark like on the drawing, you're most likely dead (with a nice hole/dent on your head) or crippled. the only sure way to be safe is replace the damaged helmet. It's still cheaper than the hospital bill...and it's definitely easier than not be able to wipe your own ass with your own hand... or something.apa said:So what do you think about the Shock SpotR ?